VIDEOS: Violent, Racist Union Protestors Terrorize Wisconsin Capital

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Did you think they were kidding when they said they wanted to bring the "revolution" in Egypt to America?

Democrat U.S. Representatives tell pro-union protesters to "get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary."

SEIU and other Union websites feature a violent "theme song" that encourages its members to “take the bastards down!“ and ”we got to smash them to the ground!”




Guess this guy heard the call: Union member whacks young, female conservative.




A Black conservative is verbally assaulted by racist SEIU members, called uneducated and a deadbeat dad.






Union Protester Calls Conservative a "Bad Jew"




State and union workers yell over opening prayer





Should I even bother? Ok, one more time:

"BUT I THOUGHT IT WAS THE TEAPARTIERS WHO WERE SUPPOSED TO BE VIOLENT AND RACIST!"

1 comments:

Euripides said...

The duplicity of the Left always astounds me. All of these protests beg the question of how to bring government spending under control. It's all fine until their precious "programs" and entitlements come on the line.

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