“How civil, busing in thugs who aren’t afraid to assault and possible murder who are not afraid of jail.”
Let’s say a renta-thug commits murder. What is the liability of the unions who bussed in these guys? I would think they’d be taken to court and held accountable. Certainly, the prosecutor should do this. But, as usual, failing accountability from a politically run prosecutor’s office, maybe the surviving relatives?
When I was at the 912 event in DC the only SEIU renta-thugs who remained by the time all x million of us got down to the Capital were genuine bruisers. They kept their eyes and signs down, stood in a circle facing out and put in their time. They were most certainly men on the clock.
A guy at the gym where I work out was hired by the SEIU as a renta-thug, and bussed to DC from Tallahassee. He said they trained them to stand next to each other, lean forward and scream in people’s faces. Their orders were to “Get in their faces and force them to go away.” (They paid him $17/hr plus all meals, travel and accommodations.)
Those are apparently non-union Rent-a-Thugs