SEIU Parasites Hold Candlelight Vigil, March In Memory Of Communist Dictator Chavez (Video)

Marching Marxists… SEIU Holds Hugo Chavez Memorial Candlelight Vigil And March In Times Square (Video) – Gateway Pundit

The SEIU organized march ended at the statue of Simón Bolivar in Central Park.

The SEIU radicals organized a Hugo Chavez memorial march and candelight vigil in New York City on Friday.

Global Dispatch reported:

Wibailoutpeople.org was one of the few website which still posted the SEIU announcement detailing the “celebration and procession” for the deceased Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez.

Hugo Chávez in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Jan/26/2003 photo Victor Soares

A memorial vigil was held Wednesday at the Venezuelan consulate in Manhattan, but the union march is raising eyebrows.

“Bring candles will walk to the statue of the Liberator Simon Bolivar in Central Park.” – instructions included in the hispanic announcement which reached out to Fidel Castro supporters as well.

The vigil was held on Friday, March 8, at 6:30pm and took place on 43rd Street in Manhattan. The candlelight procession ended at the statue of Simon Bolivar in Central Park.

The announcement continues:

A Celebration and procession for the life of our comrade Hugo Chávez, an extraordinary human and revolutionary.

Your energy, love and example will not be forgotten.

The revolution will continue until there is liberation for all.

The leftists marched past Times Square in New York City during their memorial for Marxist Hugo Chavez.

Here’s video of the Chavez supporters marching in Times Square.

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