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Oklahoma Democratic U.S. House Candidate Blames Meds for Profanity-Laced Rant at Pre-Teen Party

Oklahoma Democratic U.S. House Candidate Blames Meds for Profanity-Laced Rant at Pre-Teen Party

“She allegedly called one girl an ‘acne f*cker,’ which prompted the girl to leave the room in tears. Broyles allegedly called another girl a ‘Hispanic f*cker’ and another a ‘judgy f*cker.'”

Abby Broyles is a Democratic candidate for Oklahoma’s 5th Congressional District. That district happens to be *MY* district. She made a name for herself as a reporter for local station KFOR.

Broyles is making national headlines for all the wrong reasons. Parents accused her of going on a profanity-laced rant against pre-teens at a slumber party. The homeowner, who went to law school with Broyles, invited her over for a get-together.

Broyles brought a bottle of wine. Those present said the situation became worse the more she drank. first reported the allegations:

The party, held at the home of a Deer Creek Public Schools parent on Feb. 11, included eight girls between the ages of 12 and 13. Broyles was allegedly at the home the night of the party at the invitation of the homeowner, who is the mother of one of the children.

According to multiple accounts of the evening, Broyles became intoxicated and spoke derogatorily to some of the girls. She allegedly called one girl an “acne f*cker,” which prompted the girl to leave the room in tears. Broyles allegedly called another girl a “Hispanic f*cker” and another a “judgy f*cker.”

At one point, Broyles allegedly vomited into a laundry basket and onto one girl’s shoes.

NonDoc claimed to have pictures of Broyles at the home and a screenshot from TikTok with the children. One mother spoke up about the incident on Twitter.

Broyles went on a rant against NonDoc, even threatening to sue the website when they contacted her:

“I’m running for office. You don’t think this is a political attack? You don’t think this is something they cooked up?” Broyles said.

Asked if she meant that 12 and 13-year-old girls had “cooked up” a story against her for political purposes, Broyles said she meant “their moms.”

“I mean, I don’t know,” Broyles said. “I have no idea. This is — I’m just telling you it’s not true, and if I were a journalist I would not be doing a story, because it’s not a story.”

Broyles said she was out of town Feb. 11. Asked if she could prove that she was out of town, Broyles hung up the phone. In a subsequent email exchange, she again declined to specify her whereabouts, instead criticizing a “lack of evidence and facts of your possible reporting.”

Broyles changed her tune when KFOR, her former employer, reached out to her. She sat down with legendary anchor Kevin Ogle where she admitted she went on the rant but blamed a mixture of alcohol and pills prescribed to the homeowner:

ABBY BROYLES: She asked me to come over. She asked me to bring some wine. We had wine and sushi and a couple of hours later, we were upstairs in their theater room watching a movie.

For years I have struggled with stress and anxiety and insomnia. I took the bar exam on 2 hours of sleep. I mean, this is how far this goes back for me. And she knows that. And she gave me a medication I had never taken before. And I had an adverse reaction. Instead of helping me sleep, I hallucinated. And I don’t remember anything until I woke up or came to, and I was throwing up in a hamper.

KEVIN OGLE: So you’re saying the wine and the medication you were given reacted in a way that you behaved in a way that you usually wouldn’t and you don’t remember?

ABBY BROYLES: I don’t. I remember starting to hallucinate, and the rest is just blurry. I just remember opening my eyes, and I had gotten sick in this hamper and I didn’t know where I was. It was the most awful experience that I’ve had.

Oh, sweet summer child. Now we want to know if your friend gave you a prescription medicine or over-the-counter. If she gave you prescription medicine that is illegal. Also, what kind of person takes a prescribed medicine that does not belong to them?

Also, a sane person knows not to mix alcohol and ANY medicine, whether it’s OTC or prescription.

Broyles also told Ogle that NonDoc misquoted her because she did not tell them she was not at the party.

As a former journalist, Broyles had to know KFOR would contact NonDoc! Tres Savage, NONDoc’s editor-in-chief, played a recording of Broyle’s statement to the website.

Broyles released another statement when she found out about the phone call between her and NonDoc:

“That phone call was terrifying and caught me off guard. I remember hearing the accusations and just repeating ‘no, no, no’ and then hanging up. I was happy to be in the TikTok video with the girls which was obvious proof of my attendance.”

What a mess.

Kids, don’t mix medicine and alcohol. Even if it’s Tylenol. Just don’t do it.


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When everything bad which you did or caused becomes,someone else’s fault,

then you just might be a Democrat,

At one time not that long ago that would have been a Liberal resume enhancement.

There is just no recovery from this.

    There is, but it will take place in a church basement somewhere when and if “it gets bad enough.” Sadly, for 80% who qualify, it never gets bad enough. My first sponsor called them 7 footers, whose bottom was 7 ft underground.

    That being said, in 38 years I have never met a person from the media at a meeting. I suspect it is a complete inability to live an honest life. So they get to take the 2-step approach. Step 1, it gets worse. Step 2, it gets worse than they could ever imagine.

      There are some meds for sleep that could do this, but that alone doesn’t excuse the behavior after. Fear and panic could cause those, but that is still only an explanation of contributing factors, not an excuse.
      I suggest sitting in a comfortable chair in a quite room and some serious soul searching and crying out to God.

    That’s what they said about Jeffery Toobin. He recovered nicely and still smiles every time he zooms. Says he has pleasant memories.

    Ralph Northam begs to differ.

    Antifundamentalist in reply to Leslie Eastman. | February 21, 2022 at 9:43 pm

    She’s a Democrat. Of Course she will recover from it. Her Party and the media will simply ignore that this ever happened and call any reference to it “misinformation.”

smalltownoklahoman | February 21, 2022 at 11:42 am

Sooooooooo,,,,,, any other Dem candidates for that district? Pretty sure Ms. Broyles just sunk herself, especially considering Oklahoma is a very red state! Who’s her Rep opponent, whoever it is has got to be going “hey, thanks for making it easy for me!”

If your meds make you too mentally unstable to hang out with some teenagers, then you’re clearly not fit for public office.

Buh bye!

So which doctor prescribed her two bottles of Boone’s Farm?

So she took someone else’s meds and mixed them with alcohol?


There are all too many people like this. They fervently want to be elected to public office, not for old fashioned notions of public service but because they crave the attention, prestige and most importantly the power that comes with it. While they are concentrated in d/prog circles they unfortunately exist on the right as well in the form of those such as Romney.

The r variant can never seem to actually deliver the votes when it counts because they are at heart ‘pleasers’ and don’t want people on the extreme left to call them names. So they talk and pontificate and fundraise while crossing out a more conservative challenger in the primary using their establishment power to take up space.

The d/prog version is far more combative. They at least are willing to cast votes and if not personally willing to get their hands dirty have no hesitation in shouting about alleged ‘isms’ and ‘ists’ then sending in tame LE to stifle dissent.

    Peabody in reply to CommoChief. | February 21, 2022 at 12:54 pm

    “…they crave the attention, prestige and most importantly the power that comes with it.”

    Ocassionally there is one here and there who do it for the money.

      CommoChief in reply to Peabody. | February 21, 2022 at 1:43 pm

      $ comes from the power to control legislation and regulations which favor or disfavor particular entities/groups/industries in the form of lucrative speaking fees, book deals, patronage jobs for relatives, service on a board of directors, consulting gigs, law firm partnerships…….

    Dathurtz in reply to CommoChief. | February 21, 2022 at 1:41 pm

    Hell, I don’t want the power or the responsibility. I’d take those lifetime bennies and dip.

      CommoChief in reply to Dathurtz. | February 21, 2022 at 1:58 pm

      Responsibility? No, no, no. A nice safe +10 or better gerrymandered CD and a cooperative attitude and a backbench member is set. No decisions required; the party leadership tells you how to vote and hands you the approved talking points each day. What’s not to like? Your kids will be admitted to the best schools and universities and have patronage style private sector jobs post graduation. You have a staff of people to kiss your ass, a nice base salary + benefits, lots of free travel to boondoggle ‘fact finding’ conferences, insider info on financial sector. All in all a dozen years or more as a member is great and lots of real money opportunities post resignation by directly profiting with lucrative board seats from corporations happy to reward you for voting their way.

Meds with a liquor chaser?

“Abby Broyles, Democratic candidate blames meds…”

Well, it ain’t her fault. If it was it would be a first, probably get her name in the Guiness Book of World Records.

Being a Democrat means never having to say you’re sorry.

Five bucks says Abby met the Ambien Walrus.
Call us back about the ballot when you’re off the meds for good, Abby.
Modern legislation is crazy enough without people writing it on this s*t.

Anyone who takes an unfamiliar medication in public is just asking to humiliate themselves — and taking it while drinking, in the presence of kids, is a recipe for disaster.

Does this woman not know how to look a medication up before trying it?

I’m guessing her college life made Animal House look like Mr. Roger’s.

    henrybowman in reply to ghost dog. | February 21, 2022 at 2:17 pm

    At least now when Sheldon Whitehouse wants someone to testify about what “booting” means, he’ll have a Democrat he can ask.

“Why do the democrat women look like something from a 1980’s porn film?” (which I never saw). Maybe it is too much makeup or something.

Hmm, now I think about it………women brushing someones hair…….maybe that statement is not so far off base after all. Instead of “I think I have to Ralph” it is going to be: “Uhg, I got to Abby, hold my beer.”

Oh, no, no, no…anyone with a brain understands that drunks, when drunk, and addicts, when high, tend to show you who they REALLY are…

She blames it on “meds”? She spelled it backward. It is D-E-Ms, not M-E-Ds. Her problem is that she is a DEM.

Fortunately for her, if elected, there is definitely a place for her on the Squad.


I can guarantee you there are no “profanity meds.” Broyles was drunk and embroiled herself. We’re supposed to believe the homeowner would have taking the initiative to give the congressional candidate a medication and she would have taken it? No. Didn’t happen. This is part of her blame game.

I think this woman was probably very sleep deprived, as she says she always is. I’m going to guess she became manic, that it was no one else’s fault. She never should have been at the party, and she should never have been drinking. She knows herself. She knows this happens. She should’ve been catching up on her sleep, and should have had the self-awareness not to be around other people — because she would’ve harassed and cussed at whomever was around her.

She can’t even manage her own illness and her own behavior, and blames everybody around her. She had a week to deeply apologize to every adult and every child there – because she offended everyone. And she had a week to buy new shoes for the girl for the ones she barfed on. But she didn’t. It’s crazy that she didn’t approach the homeowner, but waited for the people she offended to approach her. (???) She should never be elected to any office including dogcatcher, and never represent anyone, since she can’t even manage herself.

Finicky Fat Guy | February 21, 2022 at 8:36 pm

She’s kid of attractive in a naughty librarian kind of way. Combined with her bad judgement she strikes me as my kind of gal.

Finicky Fat Guy | February 21, 2022 at 8:37 pm

She’s kind of attractive in a naughty librarian kind of way. Combined with her bad judgement she strikes me as my kind of gal.

Vermin always blame it on something/someone else.

If the details are true, she is a vile, disgusting, lying, child abuser. Makes her a high quality Democratic candidate for office. She would fit right in!

Wow, a drug that implants racism into your heart.