Monday, March 29, 2010

Violent Leftists Attack Tea Party

Supporters of Democrat Senator Harry Reid proved that it's the Left that's violent.

Funny how the Big Media decided to ignore that massive Tea Party of tens of thousands, with the CNN oddly pretty much dismissing its significance, calling the numbers "at least dozens", dismissing the event, even though there was violence.  Alas, the violence came from the Left, so, of course, it became a "nothing to see here" sort of thing.
Saturday's Tea Party Express event in the hometown of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid was downplayed by much of the media -- perhaps because the only incidents of violent behavior among the large crowd seemed to come from angry supporters of Mr. Reid. Following a week in which charges and countercharges about which side in the health care debate has engaged in more objectionable rhetoric, the media's treatment of the Tea Party event in Searchlight, Nev. was curious.


"It's unsettling to see them use threats and provocation like this," he told me. He was especially peeved at what he witnessed given what he said were the unconfirmed accusations hurled at Tea Party protestors last week in Washington, including that some had used ugly and violent language against members of the Congressional Black Caucus. On stage at the Searchlight event, Mr. Breitbart offered to donate $100,000 to charity if anyone could provide video evidence that racial epithets were used against CBC members. Mr. Breitbart says he suspects the accusations were just a cynical attempt by the left and elements of the media to "marginalize" the Tea Party movement.
 Yep.  Seems the Leftist Brownshirts are out there doing their thing...

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