She may be singing the blues soon.
A Florida-born internationally renowned vocalist who once crouched at Carnegie Hall was caught by a camera screaming police officers when he raided the US Capitol, according to Thursday’s report.
“Tell King Pelosi that we are coming for her! F-king traitor c-ts, we are here! We look forward to your visit!” Tampa Bay Times reported. According to the footage, Audrey Anthazard was furious with police during the riots last week.
A 52-year-old vocal coach from Spring Hill, Southard won the 2012 Ibra International Piano Competition in Sicily and performed at Carnegie Hall the following year.
But when she and a crowd of far-right mobs abused police officers and handled them manually, her silky soprano voice sounded high-pitched, the paper reported.
“We are moving forward. Boy, are you ready to go again?” She yells at the crowd with the deleted Youtube footage.
“Last breath or last bullet, what happens?” She barked at the policeman, according to the paper.
She and the other mobs then passed the police before becoming a bottleneck at the entrance to the building — just before the 35-year-old Air Force veterinarian Ashley Babbitt was shot dead.
That day, Southard wrote on his Facebook page, “We are standing in front of the Capitol and ready to take it. It will be fun.”
Southerd did not return a request for a treatise for comment on Thursday. It wasn’t immediately clear on Thursday whether she was one of the dozens of riots sought by police.
Singer Audrey Ann Southerd catches a provocative police officer in the Capitol
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