Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Conservative Punched by Union Supporter


Things have come full circle in far too many ways in today's society.

Once, if you were a union member or supporter, you could expect to be attacked by anti-union thugs employed by the big bosses. Today, if you dare question the governmental/union partnerships that were never supposed to happen, it will be union supporters who do the attacking.

"TheBlaze reported earlier that union activists had attacked a tent owned by the pro-right-to-work group Americans for Prosperity.

Now we have more footage of not only the attack on the tent, but also of union activists physically attacking conservative writer and comedian Steven Crowder:"

The link at top has a video that contains the assault and the comme
nts on the attack on the tent of the group Americans for Prosperity which had occurred just before.

“They were tearing down the tent,” Crowder explained when TheBlaze asked him about the moments leading up to the violent exchange. “Now that sort of becomes a melee. They were trying to tear down the [AFP] tent and people were trying to pull them off … there were people in there. It’s their property.”

“And as they [the union activists] did that, a few people tripped,” he continued, “this guy tripped over a tent peg and then got up and hit me.”

The bad guy appears to have an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) patch on the back of his jacket.
This is the mentality of the Left and the workers who have been taken in by their promises. Conservatives who dare question the labor laws, fake gay marriages, or any other issue embraced by the Left can expect to be verbally abused, hit with thrown objects or hammers, or just plain sucker-punched. The people and the workers have been turned into violent mobs.
The victim, Steven Crowder, did make a public offer to drop charges against the attacker (Once he is identified) if the bad guy agrees to fight him for five minutes The proceeds will be donated to a charity.
“I’m going to give this guy an ultimatum,” Crowder said, “he can either fess up and go to prison for a felony or we can meet at a racquetball court for five minutes and we can work out our differences ourselves. Jail or one-on-one. If he wants to play tough guy, I’m giving him the choice.”

In case you didn’t know, Crowder is schooled in both mixed martial arts and wrestling.

“Just to be clear,” TheBlaze said, “what do you mean by ‘one-on-one’?”

“I’m talking about lock us in a racquetball court for a whole sanctioned mixed martial arts bout, or boxing bout, or wrestling bout – whatever he wants,” said Crowder. “He can name the terms and I will face him one-on-one if he wants to avoid prison.”

“I am serious,” he added. “He can go to jail, or compete with me in a sanctioned bout for charity.”

The current political climate seems to demand that the cops refrain from maintaining a presence close to a potential scene of violence if the actors are angry union people, radical gays, or angry Muslims. I don't know if it is a a guilt trip from the long-gone days when cops were too sympathetic to the employers, if the establishment wants the radicals to have their way, or a combination of the two. All I know is that, if you are a violent radical, the cops will let you do pretty much what you want and maybe charge you later. If you are exercising your right to free speech while supporting conservative positions, you will get little or no police protection.

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