Skip to comments.Fox News contributor releases unedited footage of fight at union rally
Posted on 12/21/2012 9:15:26 AM PST by Impala64ssa
Conservative comedian Steven Crowder on Thursday released unedited footage from the pro-union rally in Michigan where he was punched in the face.
The 9-minute video, posted online, shows a chaotic scene in Michigan's capital earlier this month, before so-called "right-to-work" legislation was approved. Leading up to the incident, Crowder, a Fox News contributor, could be seen in a string of tense encounters and discussions with demonstrators.
What actually instigated the physical confrontation is unclear. The protester in question could be seen falling to the ground as Crowder turned to him. He then got up and wailed on Crowder, who pushed back, before the two were broken up.
Crowder later left the scene, while being trailed by a union protester who warned him to "get the f--- out of my state."
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The assailant tripped over his own feet or slipped on the ground in the middle of things. Feeling like he probably looked silly, lying there on the cold wet ground in his union jacket, his self esteem was injured and you’re never supposed to be looking at a union guy when that happens because they’re such a proud bunch. So then he goes and takes it out on Crowder, just like a schoolyard juvenile delinquent. What a guy...
Union thugs (excuse the redundancy) are never held accountable for their crimes, cuz the politicians love union contributions.
I would be suing the individuals and the assorted unions for millions.
When I was done every union involved in that would be bankrupt.
You know a liberal judge will get this case and he will be awarded $4,000 dollars for his “inconvenience”. Just watch...
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