|Armed members of FALN raided the campaign headquarters of Carter-Mondale in Chicago and the campaign headquarters of George H. W. Bush in New York City. Seven people in Chicago and ten people in New York were tied up as the offices were vandalized before the FALN members fled. A few days later, Carter delegates in Chicago received threatening letters from FALN. On April 5, 11 members of FALN were arrested for attempting to rob an armored truck at Northwestern University; three were linked to the raid on the Carter-Mondale campaign headquarters.|
The FALN, you mean Bill Clinton’s buddies?
October 6, 2004
Democratic, Union Thugs Attack Bush/Cheney HQ in Minnesota
While Al Gore wails about “digital brownshirts” who dare to write criticisms of the entrenched Left, the real variety of brownshirts have attacked Republican campaign offices across this country, shooting, stealing, and intimidating political volunteers in what certainly appears to be a coordinated effort to scare Republicans into silence. Michelle Malkin has compiled a list of attacks on GOP offices, including these:
* Orlando, FL - 2 GOP volunteers injured by AFL-CIO protestors storming the building
* Knoxville, TN - Gunmen shoot the windows out of Republican campaign office
* Gainesville, FL - Democratic activist punches GOP volunteer in the face
* Columbus, OH - A wounded soldier is assaulted by anti-war demonstrators
The Democrats not only seem to be losing their minds, they appear to be doing it on purpose. The latest example occured in St. Paul yesterday, in an office where I’ve done some volunteer service, when AFL-CIO goons barged into Republican HQ and commandeered the lobby and the building’s intercom system to disrupt the work of Bush/Cheney volunteers:
Of the more than 300 workers bused in by Minnesota labor unions for the outdoor rally, about a dozen protesters pressed forward into the campaign headquarters’ lobby. The protesters were trying to deliver plastic bins filled with postcards but found their way into the headquarters itself blocked by an eight-foot-long Bush/Cheney placard that had been upended against an interior door. ...
A Bush volunteer attempted first to shut the door against the protesters, then to push out several, including Jon Youngdahl of the Minnesota AFL-CIO, who struggled to yell through his bullhorn while the volunteer kept searching for a mute button on it. Others blasted airhorns in the.......................