Skip to comments.Video: CWA union thug strikes young female FreedomWorks activist
Posted on 02/23/2011 3:19:40 PM PST by radioone
This is Tabitha Hale, a young conservative activist/original Tea Party organizer/blogger who works for Washington, D.C.-based FreedomWorks. I know her from her great grass-roots work with Smart Girl Politics when the Tea Party movement was just emerging. (see pic)
Today, Big Labor groups took their Grievance March to the offices of FreedomWorks.
Among the groups protesting: the Communications Workers of America. Theyre one of the heavyweight labor biggies that have received a coveted Obamacare Waiver for Favors. CWA facts here.
This is one of the CWA t-shirt-wearing goons who showed up at the protest at FreedomWorks today:
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The Brown Shirts arrive
And Obama is complicit in all of it. Yet DU wants to bring charges against Palin? Please.
Hey union thug, I’m impressed! You’re a tough guy! Beating up on a woman!
Civil War II is THIS YEAR.
I don't know how people keep their cool being called names much less being hit or seeing someone hit. Check out the smirk on the thug's face. That's what would set me off.
I believe that this was already posted:
Looks like the public unions are taking the private sector unions down with them. The more people learn about public unions, the more they turn against them. The private sector unions are committing suicide by supporting the public racket. Watch as the electorate turns against all unions. Eventually the private sector unions will see the writing on the wall. They will have to start distancing themselves from the public unions if it’s not too late. This is gonna be fun to watch!
Politics Chicago style
They do support Islam.
Woman beating is a wet dream fro a democrat.
Why is that old punk still standing? In Oregonn you hit a girl and you just asked to be punched.
Pray for America
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