Flea Party Hate & Violence vs. Tea Party Singing

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How does the media miss the Hate Speech and Violence of the Wall Street Protestors?

Ann Coulter calls the mob the “Wingless, Bloodsucking and Parasitic: Meet the Flea Party

Here’s one of the hate speak protesters Reason.tv spoke to at Occupy Wall Street in Los Angeles on October 12, 2011.

She identifies herself as Patricia McAllister and as an employee of Los Angeles Unified School District. “I think that the Zionist Jews, who are running these big banks and our Federal Reserve, which is not run by the federal government… they need to be run out of this country,” she said.

Here’s some violence. Journalist and Reason contributor Michael Tracey is covering New York’s Occupy Wall Street as it’s happening. Above is footage he shot as the protesters marched through the street of Manhattan and had various stand-offs with the New York Police Department. Tracey himself reports being punched in the shoulder while filming.

In the above video, around the 1.40 mark, a white-shirted NYPD officer decks a protester in a green shirt (how the incident started is unclear). Reason.tv’s Meredith Bragg edited the video above from about 20 minutes of footage.

More Violent protesters.

Now contrast that with peaceful Tea Party Protesters.

I cannot understand how the media can be co blatantly biased by not condemning the hate and violence from the Fleas. The above video was typical of the protests that happened all across america. Tea parties picked up after themselves, there was no violent police confrontation and above all the sang together “God Bless America”. Something the Flea Party will never do!!!!

I support the Fleas First Amendment right to protest and party, but not to hate and hurt.

God Bless America and the Flea Party’s right to stink like a dead skunk in the middle of the road.

One thought on “Flea Party Hate & Violence vs. Tea Party Singing

  1. Why do people always blame the Jews? It’s always the Jews’ fault for everything it seems. On another note, that cop had one hell of a right punch. My guess is that the protester assaulted the police officer to provoke a response that he could use as “police brutality”… mindless imbeciles.

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