Thursday, April 29, 2010

Obama Goons Send Illinois SWAT Team to Smash Tea Party Patriots!

From Dana Loesch:
As I reported on air this afternoon via Michelle Moore’s updates, Illinois sent in the riot squad to stop the couple hundred peaceful protesters from … doing what it isn’t exactly clear. Protesters sang “God Bless America” and apparently that was enough to invoke the riot squad. Illinois may be running a deficit but sure has money to burn for silly and unnecessary things.

Additional links at the post (via Memeorandum). But Dana adds:
Who gave the order to call in the riot police on protesters? Word is that Secret Service from inside the venue and the presidential team pressured local law enforcement, who were against the idea. Local cops were overruled, I’m told by various sources, including a few members of local press. Moore reported that she overheard Secret Service telling the riot squad to “push them back, out of sight.“

Intimidation tactic. Plain and simple. There was no violence, no arguments, just a couple hundred patriots who sang patriotic songs and wore red, white, and blue. Unbelievable.


Doug Edelman identifies this man as the one who called in the riot squad and said to “push them back, out of sight” ...


The tea partiers were completely peaceful throughout, as they always are.

More at Gateway Pundit, "
OBAMA & BIG SIS Call In Riot Police on Quincy Tea Party Patriots (Video)."


Greywolfe said...

Damn. Another group of patriots that let their right to peaceful assembly be abused. Exactly when are people going to stand up and force the government's hand?

civil disobedience is the least we should be trying. Make them use force against peaceful demonstration. Make them show their true faces. Otherwise, stay home. it acomplishes the same thing.

Opus #6 said...

Alinsky tactics.

Hey, did you see they Alinsky'd me? Got my advertiser to drop me.

Grizzly Mama said...

Wow. Just Wow. This is going to get ugly if they keep this shit up. Disgusting abuse of - well - just about everything.

Dave Miller said...

for a more nuanced view, rick moran, no fan of obama suggests a different interpretation of the non events...

here's the link...