Dolores Park Named In The ‘Trump Train’ Domestic Terror Lawsuit

Updated: Jul 01, 2021 09:08
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This weekend Dolores Park returned to its rightful place as the unofficial Pride Weekend headquarters, hosting the bootleg Trans March Friday, followed by Pink Saturday, and a sunbathing Sunday full of boozy picnicking revelers. But Dolores Park was also just named as a defendant in a lawsuit that dropped Thursday over the October 2020 “Trump Train” domestic terror incident wherein a convoy of Texas pickup truck drivers attempted to run a Biden campaign bus off the highway.

Wait, what does Dolores Park have to do with a wingnut road rage incident in Texas? It’s not the same Mission District Dolores Park where you take your shirt off and go cruising for casual sex. This is an actual Texas resident who is actually named Dolores Park, one of five defendants named in a new civil lawsuit from the people who were on the Biden bus. (And yes, plaintiff Wendy Davis is the same Wendy Davis who did the 11-hour filibuster in 2013 to help protect abortion rights.)  

But the Dolores Park in the lawsuit is not the Dolores Park that you know. On Facebook she is Dolores Bedard Park, and on Instagram she’s @dolores_mommapark. We would not normally name the social media accounts of regular everyday folk, but in this case, the social media (some of which are all still up) are a crucial part of proving the defendants’ guilt.  

“Defendant Dolores Park is a resident of Texas,” the lawsuit states. “Park participated in the forceful harassment and intimidation of Plaintiffs, the Biden-Harris Campaign bus, and its escorting vehicles. Park was identified in self-posted social media footage as driving a Cadillac SRX on October 30, 2020 that repeatedly assaulted the Biden-Harris Campaign bus and slowed down traffic on I-35.”

Trump actually mentioned this incident lovingly in several campaign speeches in the following days, despite the extremely high risk that so many unconnected motorists could have been killed in the incident. Dolores Park noticed her efforts were mentioned in these speeches. According to legal filings, “Defendant Park posted footage of the campaign speeches on social media, stating, ‘Talking about us again!! Lol San Antonio! Escorting Biden Bus right out of Town! Deplorables escort service.’”

There is a separate lawsuit against the San Marcos, Texas police department alleging that they intentionally did not respond to calls about the incident. Both cases are being heard in a US District Court in the Western District of Texas. But this case seems an easier win, because just as with January 6 insurrection, the perps were dumb enough to post their crimes to social media. And when you’ve already admitted to your crimes on Facebook and Instagram, your day in court is no walk in the park.

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1 Comment

  1. Cadence
    July 1, 2021 at 12:41 pm

    Those endangering others are best locked up, so that we don’t have to deal with their self induced drama.