Breaking .........when I know more I will post:UPDATE: Left wing google pulled down the evidence of leftwing fascism -- here is again
UPDATE: Thanks to Sister Toldjah who has the full story here:
Read the rest here.
Yesterday, concerned voters in NC’s heavily gerrymandered 12th district (that’s my district) made their voices heard at the Greensboro office of Congressman-for-life Mel Watt. I’d read on Twitter how the NC Tea Party-organized event had gotten ugly and that one person was arrested but had not seen any photos or video until now.
Note how the person with the video camera gets a shot of the office’s address -that’s how I knew it was Congressman Watt’s:
301 S. Greene St.Suite 210
Greensboro, NC 27401-2615
Tel. (336) 275-9950
Fax (336) 379-9951
Also note how the guy wasn’t approached – he approached the protesters, and clearly became agitated when his “blame Bush” argument wasn’t gaining any traction.
Last I heard, the man who committed the assault yesterday in front of Watt’s office had been questioned by the police. Good. Not sure if any charges were filed or if he was actually arrested.
I doubt the way the creep handled himself is a way a majority of Watt supporters would react to a protest at Watt’s office but it’s disturbing all the same, and reminds me of the left wing/union thuggery we’ve seen either by taking over banks, or by pushing their weight around at health care townhalls and other places where voters are letting their elected representatives know how upset they are with the Obama/Pelosi/Reid agenda.
And they say it’s conservatives who are the “violent ones”?
UPDATE: Dan has this here:
The real question is “Was this just a chance beating?”… Or, “Was this Governor Spencer just following orders from above?” You’ll have to decide that for yourself.
Click screencap below to enlarge. He was involved in a so-called K-Mart labor stuggle in 1995. Interesting that he would rate a mention regarding using race to resist hierarchy in a 2002 book by Obama supporter, Lani Guinier on pg 331. The Miner's Canary deals with using race to transform democracy. There's even a website.
More on Lani Guinier, a political power player on the Left, who endorsed Obama early on.