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Remember that OWS activists –unlike Tea Party activists— have committed rape, robbery, assault, arson, and countless other crimes. When they say they’re going to cause trouble, they mean it.
Even worse, Occupy Wall Street bears a seal of approval from President Obama, former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid who have never condemned the Occupiers for their misdeeds. The three political leaders have done nothing but praise the radical activists who want to destroy America.
Of course the OWS activists do not believe in free speech for those who disagree with them so it makes perfect sense that they want to prevent a documentary called Occupy Unmasked from airing at the GOP convention.
After boasting that they had commandeered various relevant Internet domain names and “every bit of social media associated” with the documentary, the OWS-linked hackers known as Anonymous threatened Breitbart.com-affiliated bloggers Brandon Darby and Lee Stranahan by name. During the convention Anonymous has promised to “be busy legitimately raping” Darby and Stranhan, who appear in the film directed by Stephen K. Bannon.
The rape taunt is a mocking reference to Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin’s now-infamous “legitimate rape” uber-gaffe that desperate left-wingers are now claiming inadvertently revealed Republicans’ supposed misogyny. And as Breitbart.com editor Alexander Marlow warns, “given Occupy’s record on rapes it would be a mistake not to take the threats seriously.”
Protest leaders have also been putting a lot of effort into bullying Tampa authorities.
“Their ACLU lawyers have been ‘in negotiation’ with Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and the city council for several months, demanding permits, demanding special restraints on the police, and threatening lawsuits if they don’t get their way,” Florida-based Tina Trent reports at Accuracy In Media.
The radicals literally have a George Soros-funded playbook explaining how to frustrate police efforts to maintain order during anti-Republican demonstrations, Trent adds. The report, “Rights and Wrongs at the RNC,” explains how leftists can use financial and legal pressure to intimidate cities into allowing protesters to run wild.
“Municipalities that dare to host economic summits or try to rein in illegal Occupy encampments find themselves, and especially their police, virtually held hostage by the media strategies and legal actions detailed throughout the manual,” she writes.
We’ll see soon enough what impact the radicals will have on the Republican convention and the presidential contest.
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