The left's thug armies are getting more hostile, more violent and more brazen, knowing that their man in the White House will not uphold the rule of law. Taking a page from Egypt, Iran and Libya, the lefty moochers, looters and freeloaders are now going around attacking journalists and those they don't agree with.
Here are some videos highlighting what happens when unionists are confronted by those who do not agree with their Leftist agenda.
First, from Sacramento via Big Government:
Sacramento’s ABC News 10 reported on the union rally and Tea Party counter rally in Sacramento today. ABC’s online report makes cursory mention of an incident of union violence directed at Tea Party activist Rodney Stanhope: “Police cited one man for battery after he allegedly shoved a tea party supporter.”
I spoke to Stanhope, as he drove to the hospital for x-rays and treatment for the injuries sustained at the rally, and asked him what happened. Mr. Stanhope said that he was with a group of about 150 Tea Party activists across the street from the MoveOn.org-organized union rally. A union man with a bullhorn, Richard Andazola, 28, was yelling across the street at the Tea Party activists, calling them “fascists.”
America descends into chaos, with the destroyers given sanction by a runaway White House. This is war, my friends.
Fox News Reporter Gets Hit While WI Protesters Scream ‘Fox News Lies' Medialite
The Wisconsin protesters are getting restless and angrier as the chants of “Fox News lies” grew louder and louder around reporter Mike Tobin. As some of the protesters eagerly tried to block the camera shot, the picture then switched away from Tobin out on the street to inside the Capitol building. Tobin’s voiceover continued as he exclaimed “a guy just hit me.”
Tobin said he has received much heckling, and that a teacher even told him she hates him because it made her feel good. The “utter lack of civility and harassment of reporters,” as anchor Gregg Jarrett described it, is truly breathtaking and seems like a weird strategy to try and win support for one’s cause.