Question: What is similar between the protests in Egypt and the protests in Detroit?
Today in Michigan Steven Crowder was assaulted by a crowd of Union Thugs during the “right to work” protests:
I predict that this will get the same condemnation and attention from Democrats local and national and the same attention from the police as this video from Michigan did earlier this year:
Bottom line our friends on the left are totally against violence and insist the police make sure speech is protected per the bill of rights, the Obama/Liberal version of the Bill of rights that is:
Liberal improvements are in red italic
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof unless it in any way conflicts with Obamacare,the liberal agenda or the need for 30 something college students to get laid without personal expense; or abridging the freedom of speech unless one is a conservative speaker on a college campus, unless said speech in any way conflicts with Union demands or said speech could in any way be considered an insult to the prophet of Islam (peace be upon him) , or of the press unless the person chooses an uncomfortable time to ask a question to the Obama administration; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble unless they support Israel on a college campus, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances with the understanding that said Government does not have to answer said grievances.relevant section underlined
Clearly Steven Crowder’s actions conflicted with union demands therefore they are not protected per the Obama/Liberal 1st Amendment.
If only conservatives would learn to be quiet and get to the back of the bus everything would be OK.
With the start of CPAC a day away and Blogger/media registration just a few hours away I took the liberty of making inquiries of the Hotel concerning the threats against CPAC by the AFL-CIO and Occupy DC.
I talked to several security people and was referred back and forth until I was connected to a Gentleman named Mark Indre who was able to give me an official statement on behalf of Marriott:
The safety and security of our guests is our top priority and we have a wide array of security measures in place to ensure that safety.
It is our policy not to discuss those measures as to not compromise them
As they are reports that the AFL-CIO have already reserved rooms to give them legal access I asked if they have taken any steps to allow for this. Mr. Indre declined comment.
From my own observations there appears to be an awful lot of security all over the place, visible and “invisible”.
My opinion? I think the AFL-CIO isn’t going to any violence (though they will try to bait us into it) too many camera and too much danger of a lawsuit. My thought is that they might con some of those dumb occupod college kids to do something, that way they will not only have deniability, but it will be the kids who get in trouble, not them.
Indeed, this is exactly what my friends and I have in mind when CPAC convenes Thursday. In between attending speeches, seminar panels and cocktail parties — where our “elite puppet masters” will exhort us to perpetuate their “imperialist ideologies” — we’ll make occasional visits to the Marriott lobby, hoping to catch an entertaining glimpse of the clashes between police and smelly hippies from the Occupy DC encampments. What could be more fun than watching left-wing scum getting tased, pepper-sprayed and hauled away in handcuffs by the Metropolitan Police?
Stacy says he will have lots of fun, but will he still have fun and be happy when he finds out Tabitha Hale has got a cannoli ahead of him?
Update 2: Apparently there is a restriction on floors 8 & 9 with VERY heavy security.