Skip to comments.SEIU Thugs Accost Fresno County Supervisor At McDonald’s
Posted on 01/29/2012 9:00:16 PM PST by Nachum
This past Monday, the infamous SEIU, which represents county workers in Fresno California called a three-day strike. At issue was a dispute over pay cuts, which prompted the Countys Board of Supervisors to impose its offer. While only a quarter of all workers participated in the strikethe majority choosing to ignore the SEIUs strike callthe strike was not without its incidents.
On Monday, County Supervisor Phil Larson was sitting in a McDonalds having a cup of coffee with two (unidentified) men, when SEIU protesters entered the McDonalds surrounded Larson and began a confrontation. The incident was filmed by a SEIU staffer, James Geluso, the unions communications director, who told Action News:
It was part of our strike action. It was an effort to reach out to Phil Larson to bring him back to the table.
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Stupid SEIU “workers” are going to find themselves out of work soon. Between Obama and Brown and stupid government unions, California’s going down the tubes. There won’t be enough tax revenues or borrowing coming in to pay these idiots.
The link doesn’t work.
However, this is an illegal intimidation and Larson should have those involved arrested and the video seized as evidence. If the videotape disappears, have them charged with obstruction of justice.
Time to put the SEIU thugs in jail or in the hospital. Self-defense, of course.
Here’s hoping that it happens sooner rather than later! I am firmly convinced that the only path to redemption for California lies in a complete financial collapse. The can is pretty bent up. but someone needs to step on it so it can’t be kicked any further down the road.
Thugocracy of the O administration... the Brown Shirts are here
Thug: "You make $105,000.."
Larson: "It's 107, get your numbers right"
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