Besides the assaults, racial slurs, death threats, destroying tents, and hot dog carts, union protests were “mostly peaceful”

Good Freaking Grief. Does our media have ANY sense of standards anymore. The Lonely Conservative thinks not

In Michigan the union goons knocked down tents with people insidedestroyed a hot dog vendor’s table while shouting racial epithets, and pounded on the head of a conservative commentator. So, how did the media report things? The protest was “mostly peaceful.”

We’ve been using that “mostly peaceful” gag for some time now, usually stemming from the violent Occupy rallies in 2011. Of course any time leftists agitators erupt into violence,–which is pretty much any time they get together–invariably there’s always some lamestream media outlet that calls the violence mostly peaceful.

Yes, and yesterday was a mostly peaceful day at that mall in Oregon until a madman opened fire.

Of course, if there had been Tea Party rallies in Michigan, the media narrative would have been very different.

 

2 thoughts on “Besides the assaults, racial slurs, death threats, destroying tents, and hot dog carts, union protests were “mostly peaceful”

  1. My understanding is that all this destruction was done to property commissioned by Freedom Works—an anti-union organization; what do you expect? Are people referred to as ‘goons’ simply because they are working for the union? What about the people who work for the other side—like Crowder—and taunt union members?

  2. I expect people NOT to assume it is their right to destroy others property just because they disagree on a political issue. You do not agree? And please Crowder did not taunt anyone. Or do you agree with physically attacking someone for having a differing point of view? Maybe you think it is OK if it helps the “common good”?

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