This is a compilation of videos depicting how labor union thugs use intimidation and assault to get what they want. The first video shows a union member threatening to break the cameraman’s neck (warning: explicit language).
The following video was shot on 2/17/2011 in the rotunda of the Ohio Statehouse. It chronicles union member intimidation tactics used in their opposition of SB5 which, if passed, will help to straighten out Ohio’s ailing budget mess and also align inflated Union salaries and benefit packages with the lesser compensated private sector. In this video, the union member calls the Tea Party patriots “Nazis” and “brownshirts” and much worse (warning: explicit language).
A Tea Party patriot in Denver bravely stands his ground while being shouted down, flipped off, and cursed at by union members.
Here is part 2 of the above video. The guy is good.
On Sat Feb. 26, Moveon Gwinnett sponsored a solidarity rally to support public sector unions. The “Save the American Dream” rally at the Georgia state capitol was a time to rail against Republicans, Scott Walker, tea parties, and anyone who questioned the union and other leftist movements. As the event closed and participants approached tea party activists counter-protesting half a block away, the police made an effort to separate the two groups, but some union supporters went around the barriers and attacked the tea party protesters. A man assaulted a petite older woman and a Tea Party patriot, and directed many hateful remarks towards the tea party activists.
Here’s an event captured at the “Moveon.org” sponsored Union Protest Rally In Sacramento on Saturday February 26th. In it, you see two union thugs giving the Tea Party group a hard time on the bullhorn, and then one of them crosses the street to attacks one of the Tea Party members. Afterwards, the thug lies about what happened to a news reporter. The police broke it up very quickly.
Throngs of union supporters shut down Beacon Street in front of the Massachusetts Statehouse on Tuesday to show solidarity with public employees in Wisconsin. Protesters held up signs that read “Stand Up for Wisconsin Workers” and “We Stand with Wisconsin Teachers.” The crowds were met with a smaller, but equally vocal number of anti-union activists, including tea party members, who held up their own signs reading “No Unions for Public Employees,” “Pro-Teacher, Pro-Student, Anti-Union,” and “Unions are Un-American.” The group listened to union leaders and elected officials including members of Congress and Gov. Deval Patrick. US Representative Michael Capurno rallied the crowd and said “Every once in a while you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary.” The union thugs took his advice.
Communications Workers of America union member assaults 5 foot 1 inch Tabitha Hale outside the FreedomWorks offices in Washington, D.C.
Reporter Mike Tobin was harassed and assaulted by union demonstrators at a February 27 Wisconsin protest.
Megyn Kelly discusses the assault with Mike Tobin.
In the words of Isaac Asimov, violence is the last refuge of the incompetent. ‘Nuff said.