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Occupy San Diego limit free speech of those who challenge their ideas

Posted in Occupy Wall Street, Tea Party with tags , , , , , , on October 27, 2011 by saynsumthn

Mark Dice attends the Occupy San Diego protest and is attacked and silenced by the “InTolerant” minority of Americans.

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BELOW: Mark Dice attends the Occupy North County Encinitas, California protest where the average home costs $800,000 and tries to help the crowd focus in on what really is causing the problem.

Sound Familiar? 1953: “Right Wing of Republican Party” will strangle it

Posted in Bush, Republican, Tea Party with tags , , , , on September 28, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Teamsters Union president James Hoffa uses threatening rhetoric against the Tea Party

Posted in Tea Party with tags , , , , , , , , on September 6, 2011 by saynsumthn

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Black Tea Party outside NAACP convention ask “Where is the NAACP on abortion” when deaths of black babies outnumber all other deaths

Posted in Abortion, Black Abortion Stats, Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, NAACP, Tea Party with tags , , , , , , , , on July 25, 2011 by saynsumthn

Rev. Walter Hoye addresses the Black Tea Party protesting the NAACP :

Please watch this video: Maafa21 to learn how genocide comes from abortion !

Van Jones launches Anti-Tea Party campaign with Moveon.org, SEUI, AFLCIO

Posted in Tea Party, Van Jones with tags , , , , , , on June 29, 2011 by saynsumthn

Truther, Self-described communist, and former Obama Green Jobs Czar Van Jones has a new mission, to start a progressive version of the Tea Party movement. Just like the real tea party, the Van Jones creation is based on economics. There are major differences though, being a progressive movement its basic premise is a lie, and instead of being a bottom up grass roots organization like the tea party, the Van Jones version is top down similar to the progressive philosophy that everything must be run by a central government.

Thursday night in New York City, Jones officially unveiled his “Rebuild the Dream” movement

“We are being lied to,” Jones said often throughout his hourlong presentation at the Town Hall theater in Times Square.

“We are not broke. We’re the richest country in the history of the world.”He says there are four lies that have been repeated so often that too many people now believe them .

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Concerned Citizen Calls FBI on Palin Twitter Death Threats

Posted in Glenn Beck, Sarah Palin, Tea Party, terrorism with tags , , , , , , on January 17, 2011 by saynsumthn

This guy claims he is a “White Nationalist” which I disagree with in his beliefs- however- why are all these threats being carried out against Palin on Twitter?
Warning- graphic language used:

You can hear his call to the FBI here:

According to NewsMax: YouTube Video Calling for Palin’s Death Spurs Outrage
Friday, 14 Jan 2011 10:22 AM
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By Jim Meyers

A four-minute video montage of “hate tweets” on YouTube directed at Sarah Palin and calling for her death is creating outrage on the Internet. The video was posted on Tuesday, before President Barack Obama’s Wednesday address calling for unity in the wake of the Tucson shooting rampage, which killed six and injured Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 12 others.

Sarah Palin, death, tweets, YouTubeThe montage is set to Alice Cooper’s song “School’s Out.”

Among the tweets:

* “Why couldn’t Sarah Palin get shot instead?”
* “I hope Sarah Palin dies an ugly death and takes her moronic hate with her.”
* “Can somebody please shoot Sarah Palin?”
* “I hope Sarah Palin gets cancer and dies in the next two years.”
* “Sarah Palin should be shot for her encouragement of fanaticism against Democrats.”
* “Join us in praying to God that Sarah Palin contracts cancer and dies.”
* “Sarah Palin is the single most dangerous threat to the future of the human race. Somebody bloody shoot her.”

According to Fox News, “attempts to reach some of the Twitter users who posted the messages were unsuccessful.”

Twitter’s terms of service advise that “we may not monitor or control the content posted via the services and we cannot take responsibility for such content.”

One of the many posters responding to the video stated: “Such hate and yet the left feels totally justified in putting the blame on others for one idiot’s action.”

Examiner.com observed: “Will this get condemned over at the DemocraticUnderground, or ThinkProgress? Maybe.

“Will they make as big a stink as they do about Glenn Beck or Rush Limbaugh, and call on YouTube to pull the video and perhaps implore Twitter to pull the Twitter accounts? Unlikely they make that much noise, but it would be nice if they did.”

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After the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, Twitter users wish death on Sarah Palin.

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Did left-wing “rhetoric” influence Arizona shooting victim’s death threat against Tea Party rep?

Posted in Glenn Beck, Left Wing, Media Bias, Sarah Palin, Tea Party, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 16, 2011 by saynsumthn

James Eric Fuller, a 63-year-old Democratic activist, was arrested after shouting “You’re dead!” at Tucson Tea Party spokesman Trent Humphries, said Pima County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Jason Ogan. Fuller was shot in the knee and back Jan. 8 when a gunman opened fire, killing six and injuring 13, including Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.

Fuller, a disabled veteran and former campaign volunteer for Giffords, was charged with making threats, intimidation and disorderly conduct and was involuntarily committed for a psychiatric evaluation, Ogan said.

The LA Times reported that, In an interview with Democracy Now on Thursday, Fuller linked the shooting to conservative leaders associated with the tea party, including Sarah Palin, Fox News commentator Glenn Beck and Nevada Senate candidate Sharron Angle. “It looks like Palin, Beck, Sharron Angle and the rest got their first target,” Fuller said.

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During a town hall meeting today, that will air tomorrow on ABC’s “This Week with Christiane Amanpour,” a survivor of last Saturday’s massacre in Tucson was arrested for making death threats against a Tea Party spokesman.

Eric Fuller, a disabled veteran who was shot in the knee and who has been making the media rounds — is charged with making threats, intimidation, and disorderly conduct.

During the ABC event, Fuller took a picture of the Tucson Tea Party spokesperson Trent Humphries with his cell phone and said, “You’re Dead.” Deputies immediately escorted Fuller from the room.

ABCNews.com’s story on the event, which you can read here, describes the incident this way:

It is unclear whether Humphries heard Fuller and the two never engaged. According to the Pima County Sheriff’s Department, Fuller used a cell phone to take a picture of Humphries and allegedly said, “You’re dead.”

Fifteen seconds after the conclusion of the town hall, law enforcement officials approached Fuller and led him to a side entrance. A moment later, Fuller could heard yelling, “What’s the matter–with you–whores!” Fuller was charged with disorderly conduct and threatening and intimidation and taken to a local mental health facility, according to the Sheriff’s Department.

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According to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette: State Representative Terri Proud, a Republican, was sitting two rows behind Mr. Fuller. The topic of gun control had come up in the forum, she said, and a comment was made by one of the speakers about a bill introduced recently in Arizona that would allow faculty members on college campuses with concealed weapons permits to carry guns.

Ms. Proud said she spoke up to clarify the bill’s language. At that point, Trent Humphries, the founder of the Tucson Tea Party, who was sitting one row behind her, rose to speak and suggested that discussion about gun legislation be postponed until after the funerals. He started to say that he, too, had been affected by the tragedy, explaining that a neighbor had been a victim.

At that point, Ms. Proud said, Mr. Fuller blurted out to Mr. Humphries, “You’re dead.”

Mr. Fuller then began to “behave in a very odd manner,” she said. “He was making inappropriate comments.”

After the forum wrapped up, Ms. Proud said she went to one of the police officers providing security at the event and asked him if he would file a report about the comment to Mr. Humphries. The officer told her they were already investigating it.

About five police officers surrounded Mr. Fuller and escorted him from the event. As he was leaving, Ms. Proud said, he turned and yelled, “You’re all whores.”

Mr. Fuller got into a confrontation shortly before the Jan. 8 attack, which occurred at a meeting between Ms. Gifford and her constituents in front of a Safeway supermarket. Mr. Fuller said in an interview this week that he argued with a man he described as a former Marine after a heated discussion over politics. Gabriel Zimmerman, an aide to Ms. Giffords, separated the two. Mr. Zimmerman was killed in the attack.

Mr. Fuller spoke dismissively of Republicans during the interview. “They appeal to simple-minded rednecks,” he said

Speaking of Jared L. Loughner, who is accused of being the gunman, he said: “Saying anything about him would be a waste of breath. Recognizing his existence is a waste. I don’t like his face.”

Mr. Fuller said he had trouble sleeping on the night of the shooting and had calmed himself by writing down the Declaration of Independence, which he memorized three decades earlier.

In the days after the shooting, his anger at the right seemed especially strong. In an interview, he repeatedly denounced the “Tea Party crime syndicate” and place some of the blame for the shooting on Sarah Palin and other Republican leaders who he said contributed to a toxic atmosphere.

Mr. Fuller used to drive a limousine, but in recent years, he said, he got by working various odd jobs, including collecting signatures for political campaigns.

He said he went to see Ms. Giffords to “protect her from the Tea Party crime syndicate.” He said he had planned “to shout them down, because I can make a lot of noise.”

Mr. Fuller said that he still has flashes of anger.