Union Thugs Demolish Black Man’s Iconic Lansing, Michigan Hot Dog Cart, Yell Nigger, Uncle Tom

Union Thugs Demolish Clint Tarver’s Iconic Lansing, Michigan Hot Dog Cart [Photo-Donation Link] Update: Thugs Yelled “N*gger Uncle Tom” Update 2: Revenge For Americans For Prosperity Catering Gig (?) Update 3: A Romney Supporter, All We Need To Know – Ironic Surrealism

I support Clint:

Early today[December 11, 2012], Clint Tarver, known as “The Hot Dog Guy” here in Lansing had his business attacked and destroyed by out of line and out of control protesters near the Capitol.

Everyone who has passed the hot dog cart knows what a kind and caring individual Clint is. He never fails to bestow a smile or friendly greeting. In no way [did] he provoke this attack, nor any of the behavior displayed toward him.

Beyond the Cart: The Story of Clint Tarver:

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Regardless of your position on current legislation, rebuilding Clint’s Hot Dogs is something we can all support. Please give what you can to get this deserving businessman back out there!

If you would like to help Clint get back on his feet ==> DONATE HERE

Update: Racist, violent, destructive monsters.

Nick Hawatmeh
@NicolaHawatmeh

@NolanFinleyDN Min after union thugs tore down tent, assaulted several ppl. & yelling N*gger & Uncle Tom at man below pic.twitter.com/1ycXkE5g

Update 2: The plot thickens!

The woman (Lorilea Susanne) who set up the fundraising page for Clint has spoken to his wife. Apparently Clint was hired to provide catering for the Americans For Prosperity tent which was also destroyed by union thugs.

*UPDATE* 11:40am – I have spoken with Linda Lee, Clint’s wife. She says he is absolutely overwhelmed with our support, even more so than by the events of yesterday. I would like to clarify the events, however. Clint hired as a caterer for the AFP tent which was torn down. He was much more concerned about the others, and particularly helped to get the women out of the tent. It was when he returned to gather his equipment that the taunts and racial slurs began. He says the working people did not respect the working man. He was not there to be political; he was just there to serve. This is the Clint we know and love. Please, let’s respect him and leave our political opinions out of this. This is about our support for Clint.

Emphasis hers.

Update 3:

Slate:

Romney’s Saturday started off well. He was the star of the Ingham County Lincoln Day breakfast, an eggs-and-coffee-and-county-commissioner-placards affair in the dining room of a Lansing, Mich., country club.

Before he spoke, Republicans heard “The Star-Spangled Banner” sung by the Old School Fellas, a zoot-suited amateur doo-wop group. “Mitt’s a good, Christian man like I am,” explained Clinton Tarver, wearing the reddest of the zoot suits.

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Also see:

* Michigan: Union Thugs Assault Steven Crowder “I’ll Kill The Motherf*cker With A Gun!” [Video] Update: Reward For Info Leading To Thugs Arrest
* Michigan Democrat’s House Floor ‘Right To Work’ Threat “There Will Be Blood” [Audio]
* No Wonder Only 7% Of Detroit, Michigan 8th Graders Are Proficient Readers -Misspelled Protest Sign [Pic]
* Michigan: Mob Of Knife Wielding Obama Emboldened Union Thugs Destroy Occupied AFP Tent [Video]

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New Jersey Bureaucrats Demolish Hurricane Sandy Victim’s Home Without Warning

Jersey Shore Home Vanishes – MyFoxNY

A man in New Jersey returned to his home after Superstorm Sandy only to find it had vanished – and not from the storm. At issue is who tore it down and why?

The Jersey shore homeowner reached out to us after finding his summer home had vanished along with everything inside. So we called the state looking for answers.

Nick Maria gets emotional when talking about his summer home on 5th Avenue in Ortley Beach – a home that suddenly vanished a few weeks ago.

“Worse than bizarre. It’s very sad,” he said. “Very disheartening.”

Two weeks after Hurricane Sandy, residents were allowed to return to gather their belongings. But when Maria arrived his home – and everything in it – was gone. All that was left was a plot of land.

“I never saw anything like this in my life,” Maria said. “And when I took my wife here a week later, she was crying her eyes out in the street.”

Maria said he immediately started making phone calls.

“The township didn’t know what happened. I called the governor’s office and asked the assistant what happened. She said to me, ‘Are you sure your house is gone? ‘I said ‘Miss, you misplace your pen or pencil. You don’t misplace your house.’”

A picture taken by a neighbor just after the storm shows Maria’s home had shifted off its foundation but it was still standing.

He said he was never told that his home would be demolished and all his possessions thrown away.

“I just want to know where my house went, why was it removed, and why wasn’t I afforded the opportunity to get my personal belongings,” he said.

Maria contacted the New Jersey Department of Transportation to find out what happened.

He got a letter that states that “The DOT did not remove any structure that was not on the roadway… our objective… was to open the roadways.”

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But here is the problem, Maria said his home was not blocking a roadway and he said this picture proves it.

“It clearly was not in the street, clearly not in the street,” Maria said. “There’s a utility pole standing there. The house would have knocked that over if it was in the street.”

So Fox 5 contacted the DOT, which is now telling us the utility pole was the problem.

In a statement, the department said: “The structure in question… was pushed off its foundation and jammed against another house that had come to rest in the middle of the street. The two houses had sandwiched a utility pole. Our crews did not take down any structure unless it was deemed to be unsafe…”

Maria said he has hired a lawyer and he is figuring out what to do next.

But one thing is clear, though his summer home is gone he already has plans to rebuild.

“Beautiful town, beautiful neighborhood, location, as you can tell,” Maria said. “I was thinking of coming to retire here someday. Not right now, no.”

Maria said there were many items in his home that he wishes he could have saved; everything from his golf clubs to his wife’s diamond earrings. Luckily, those items were insured so they can be replaced.

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