Report: Malinowski Pleads Down a ‘Driving With A Suspended License’ Charge
Rep. Malinowski pleaded down a ‘driving with a suspended license’ charge to ‘failure to produce documents’ according to his attorney, says a Politico NJ report.
He agreed to a $150 fine.
Earlier in the day, the Congressional Leadership Fund highlighted the incident – and court date – in a statement, citing a tweet from GOP consultant Harrison Neely.
In the clip, a police officer tells Malinowski ‘you were doing 64 miles an hour, its a 45 mile an hour zone’, to which Malinowski says he was ‘going along with the traffic, I guess’. The officer responded ‘there was no one in front of you or behind you’.
Tomorrow @Malinowski faces a judge for driving on a suspended license.
Here’s a clip from the stop. The officer is right on. Malinowski and his 97% voting record w @SpeakerPelosi aren’t in between anyone. He’s all the way to the left. pic.twitter.com/zSUqBtucNz
— Harrison Neely (@HarrisonNeely) September 1, 2020