The accusation of the staged Tea Partiers shouting ‘nigger’ at black legislators at the Capitol is coming home to roost for the scumbags who tried to set the whole thing up in Washington DC, and then again in Searchlight, Nevada. National blogger Andrew Breitbart was falsely accused by shipped-in union thugs of the now notorious egg-throwing incident in Nevada, where they tried to disrupt the scheduled Tea Party event. Evidence clearly showed the accusers as the guilty parties, who a la Saul Alinsky, attempted to make the victim the culprit. Breitbart now offers $100,000 for any evidence that supports the progressives’ charges.
Around our little community the local progressives were quick to hyperventilate their rage against our local Tea Party (of which I am a member) as being birds of feather and capable of such dastardly acts. (See RR comment threads) They faithfully shilled the MSM reports which are now being hurriedly buried and re-directed into such things as ‘easter egg’ incidents.
Last Thursday night’s well-planned and attended ‘Meet the Candidate’ forum at the GV Veterans Hall was held in front of a civil, attentive, and interested audience. It was co-sponsored by The Union, KNCO Radio, and the Nevada County Tea Party Patriots, and included a little noticed incident of misguided left-wing activism against the local veterans and, presumably, the TPP. Apparently a cohort of like-minded people refused to donate the requested $5 to cover the event’s expenses with the remainder, as clearly stated on the program, going to named veterans groups using the hall. These people came in, sat through the proceedings until the Clerk-Recorder candidates finished, and then got up and left in the middle of the doings.
So I invite the sanctimonious and sure-minded of the left to present their supporting evidence for their outrage, and collect an easy $100,000.
There is much more to all this as RR readers are aware. A good summary, which cites the events and puts them into a reasonable perspective, has been posted by Andrew Breitbart here. It is definitely worth a read, especially if your daily round includes encounters with the hyperventilators.