‘F**king Idiots’: Sheila Jackson Lee Accused of Verbal Abuse in Leaked Audio


(Luis Cornelio, Headline USA) Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Texas, faced intense scrutiny after an alleged audio recording surfaced, capturing a curse-laden exchange between her and a staffer.  

The leaked audio, lasting for a minute and 27 seconds, has caused a stir as Lee continues her bid for the mayoral position in Houston. With a congressional career spanning back to 1995, her alleged erratic behavior has cast a shadow over her political image.

According to the leaked audio, which was initially shared by the RNC Research page and posted by Current Revolt, Lee is heard berating a staff member over a perceived lack of preparedness.

“F**king idiots serve no goddamn purpose,” the voice attributed to Lee can be heard saying. “Nobody gives a shit about what you’re doing and you ain’t doing shit.”

The recording continues with Lee’s alleged tirade escalating as the staffer attempts to remedy the situation. 

“I don’t want you to do a goddamn thing. I want you to have a fucking brain,” she purportedly snapped. “I want you to have read it. I want you to say ‘Congresswoman, it was such and such date.’ That’s what I want. That’s the kind of staff I want to have.” 

Lee’s purported verbal assault did not end there, as the recording suggests further use of derogatory language and insults directed at her staffers. 

“So if some stupid other motherfucker did it. … If boo-boo did it, if shit-ass did it, fuck-face did it and nobody knows a god damn thing in my office. K? Nobody. I gave it to you. Your job was to get it on a calendar,” she allegedly added.

“When I called Jerome, he only sit up there like a fat ass, just an idiot, talking about what the fuck he doesn’t know. Both of y’all are fuck-ups. This is the worst shit I could’ve ever had put together. Two goddamn big-ass children. Fucking idiots, serve no goddamn purpose,” Lee remarked, according to Current Revolt.

While Lee did not directly validate the authenticity of the leaked audio, her campaign team swiftly responded by pointing fingers at conservative entities, as reported by the Houston Chronicle.

“This is a low handed political tactic meant to discredit a thriving mayoral campaign and distract voters ahead of the early voting period,” Lee’s campaign said. “It’s unsurprising that these attacks have originated from extremely conservative blogs and political operatives backing John Whitmire.”