Alan Grayson: ‘Spokesman’ of Nazi-Backed Occupy Wall Street

Arnold Ahlert is a former NY Post op-ed columnist currently contributing to JewishWorldReview.com, HumanEvents.com and CanadaFreePress.com. He may be reached at atahlert@comcast.net.


Getty_102213_AlanGraysonDemocratic Party hack Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) has stooped to a new low in the demonization of Republicans in general, and the Tea Party in particular. On Monday, he sent out a fundraising email using the racist imagery of a burning cross and equating the Tea Party with the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). However, Alan Grayson would do well to acquaint himself with which party is in fact the home of the KKK — and while he’s at it, he could perhaps explain why he is a self-described “spokesman” for the Nazi- and David Duke-backed Occupy Wall Street movement.

Though it is a regular occurrence among Democrats to reflexively label as “racist” anyone who disagrees with their agendas regarding virtually any policy supported by Barack Obama, most of them have enough awareness to steer clear of referring to the Ku Klux Klan in particular. There’s a good reason for that: it was a group of southern Democrats who founded the Ku Klux Klan. It was Democrats who fought against the passage of every civil rights law beginning in 1860s, and continuing through 1950s and 1960s.

Furthermore, the late Democratic senator from West Virginia, Robert Byrd, was an actual member of the KKK, who led many of his fellow Democrats in an unsuccessful 14-hour filibuster against the 1964 Civil Rights Act. That would be the same Civil Rights Act supported by far higher percentages of Republicans than Democrats in both chambers of Congress. That same ratio held true the following year, when a greater percentage of Republicans than Democrats endorsed the Voting rights Act of 1965 that ended many of the pernicious restrictions used by states to deny black Americans the right to vote.

And those would be the same Republicans whose party was founded in 1854 as the anti-slavery party, and who passed the Civil Rights Act of 1866, and the Reconstruction Act of 1867. Republicans established the NAACP and affirmative action as well, when President Richard Nixon’s 1969 Philadelphia Plan put together a series of timetables and goals for its implementation. Republicans also founded many of the nation’s black Colleges and Universities.

If Grayson wishes to compare party track records on racism, he might be inclined to remember it was Democratic segregationists like Bull Connor who turned water hoses and dogs on black Americans, and Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox who employed axe handles to keep blacks from entering a restaurant, while Republicans like President Dwight Eisenhower were sending troops to Arkansas to desegregate schools. It was Eisenhower who also appointed Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren. The Warren court’s favorable ruling in Brown vs. Board of Education ended school segregation.

Despite this evidence and much more, Grayson prefers to wallow in his self-inflicted stupidity, with a special animus directed at the Tea Party. “Tea Party members have circulated countless altered pictures depicting President Obama and the First Lady as monkeys. Tea Party members also called my fellow Member of Congress, civil rights hero John Lewis, a ‘n***ger,’ and Rep. Barney Frank a ‘faggot,’” said Grayson. “One could go on and on, because there is overwhelming evidence that the Tea Party is the home of bigotry and discrimination in America today, just as the KKK was for an earlier generation. If the shoe fits, wear it,” Grayson said.

Aside from the fact that, as Fox News puts it, much of Grayson’s “evidence” is found in the “bowels of the Internet,” his story about John Lewis is an outright lie debunked by the late Andrew Breitbart. Lewis claims that on the day he and his colleagues were voting on ObamaCare, the “N-word” was shouted at him as many as 15 times as he walked from his office to the Capitol.

Breitbart amassed several videos from multiple sources at the scene that showed nothing. Breitbart.com reporters spoke with Capitol Police who said they didn’t hear any racial epithets being used. Finally, Breitbart offed a $100,000 reward to anyone who had a video showing a Tea Partier making racist remarks. No one has claimed the money to date.

Grayson certainly has the right to vilify the Tea Party if that is his pleasure, even if it demonstrates his ignorance as a result. But Grayson’s ignorance is more than matched by his hypocrisy, exemplified by his support for the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement. “The sheep are looking up, and they’re going to demand that Congress listens,” Grayson said during a 2011 appearance on MSNBC with host Al Sharpton. “And if that means Occupy Washington, D.C., that’s fine. If it means Occupy Wall Street, that’s fine, whatever it takes, because people just can’t take it anymore. And America needs to head in a different direction. They will have to listen.”

Americans did listen and watch as the OWS movement unfolded. What they experienced was a movement that went global on October 15, 2011 in more than 900 cities around the world. OWS protesters smashed windows of businesses and banks, burned cars, injured people and got arrested by the hundreds. They experienced an Oakland OWS protest where an American flag was burned and an anti-Semitic OWS pledge of allegiance was recited: “I pledge allegiance to a flag of the imperialistic, capitalistic dictatorship. And to the plutocracy for which it stands, privately owned central bank, under the Jews. With inequality and injustice for the 99.”

Americans saw a movement supported by the American Nazi Party and David Duke, decrying the “judeo-capitalist banksters who swindled the American taxpayers out of A TRILLION dollars,” and a Communist Party USA (CPUSA) willing to “play a role in offering more advanced programmatic ideas like nationalizing the banks and socialism.” They saw hordes of people behaving like low-lifes, such as a protester defecating against a police car in New York, numerous rapes, a Los Angeles OWS protester insisting that the “Zionist Jews who are running these big banks and the Federal Reserve…need to be run out of this country,” Portland protesters singing “F**K the USA,” and innumerable incidents of assaults and vandalism perpetrated in cities such as Oakland, Boston, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Seattle, Cleveland, New York and several others.

What did Grayson see? “In the same way the Tea Party occupied all of our town hall meetings two years ago, now real people, real middle class people need, people who are suffering, experiencing the misery of having their Social Security taken away, their Medicare taken away, losing their pensions, their jobs, their homes, they’re going to speak up.”

“Real” middle class people? More like self-involved anarchists whose documented arrest totals as of September 13, 2013 reached 7,765. A search for the total number of Tea Party protesters arrested yielded 10, all of whom were detained during a rally against the healthcare bill on Capitol Hill in 2009.

On HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher on Oct. 7, 2011 writer P.J. O’Rourke made fun of Grayson for defending the Occupy Wall Street movement by calling him their spokesman. Grayson responded with a long-winded populist rant concluding with his declaration: “okay, I’ll be that spokesman.” Based on his latest rant against Republicans and the Tea Party, replete with exact same kind of mindless hate espoused by the OWS movement, Grayson is still that spokesman.

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  • Anamah

    Well said, Mr Ahlert.

    Your short summary of the American Rights movement milestones, is so relevant to understand the distortions made for political purposes.

  • panola60

    “You’d find these pot en tates from down in Africa, you know, rather than eating each other, they’d just come up and get a good square meal in Geneva.” – (Democrat) Fritz Hollings

    “Civil rights laws were not passed to protect the rights of white men and do not apply to them.” — (Democrat) Mary Frances Berry, Chairwoman, US Commission on Civil Rights

    “The white race is the cancer of human history.” — (Democrat) Susan Sontag

    “White folks was in caves while we was building empires… We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before Socrates and them Greek homos ever got around to it.” — (Democrat) Rev. Al Sharpton in a 1994 speech at Kean College, NJ,

    “The J@ws don’t like Farrakhan, so they call me Hitler. Well, that’s a good name. Hitler was a very great man. He rose Germany up from the ashes.” — Louis Farrakhan who campaigned for congresswoman (Democrat) Cynthia McKinney in 2002

    H&mies.’ ‘H&mie town.’ — Jesse Jackson’s description of New York City while on the 1984 presidential campaign trail.

    • Seek

      Democrats should be opposed because they are anti-white, not because they are anti-black.

    • JacksonPearson

      Alan Grayson never could his mouth in sync, with his childish brain!

      • nomoretraitors

        Planation idiot doesn’t even begin to describe the SOB

      • David R Velasquez

        He’s smarter than you are.

  • Rowdypill

    So your response to unwarranted associations that ascribe misleading values to one party is to further distort the history of that party? Did you forget that there was a political shift in both parties? Did you forget that the Republican Party used to steer clear of abortion rights? Did you forget that the party that pushed the Civil Rights act of 1965 was the Democratic Party? Did you forget that the race-mongers of the 1980s were Republican and bore names like Jesse Helms and Strom Thurmond?

    And when you look at who the modern-day leaders of the KKK are, or the NAZI party, what is their affiliation?

    Not that any of this party politics resembles anything near a balanced, nuanced discussion of issues. All I see is someone throwing their chips in the same pot as Alan Grayson.

    As far as Occupy Wall Street is concerned– there was clearly a great deal of diversity among that group, and still is, to be frank. We may be the largest democratic nation– but our elections and policies are far from fair. Those with the most money are exempted from laws and rarely held accountable for the maladies of their gross social policies, and yet the poorest, most ignorant among us are housed behind bars and forced to live in conditions that mimick those of the poorest countries. Of course, you would have to be poor, or work with the poor to really understand. But that doesn’t happen– we keep those things separate for a reason. It does go to show, however, that when a group of people does rise-up and meet to voice an opinion, they will easily be met with Police who are willing to pepperspray women, or non-violent students, or poor homeless people, and the commentators, such as yourself, instead of presenting facts will so easily write a mis-informed op-ed meant to slant and distort the message of those who may actually have legitimate concern about the way the country is being run, instead listening to the crazy people and suggesting that they are the representatives of the whole group.

    • cheechakos

      “And when you look at who the modern-day leaders of the KKK are, or the NAZI party, what is their affiliation?”

      They both backed Obama as did the communist and socialist parties. And they backed OWS

  • Elizabeth capecod

    Where are African Americans to condemn Grayson for minimizing the KKK’s systemic brutalization of Blacks by comparing that horror to anything the Tea Party has done?

  • Hank Rearden

    I know it is a cliche, but it is still technically true, and should always be remembered that everything the left says is a lie. You’d think that since they think they are improving the state of mankind that there would be a base of truth in the left but there isn’t.

    The Tea Party trope is an example. Has there ever been a better behaved political movement than the Tea Party? The Tea Party is for limited government, fiscal responsiblity, free markets. Those things sound pretty good to me, but suppose you are a leftie and you think free markets abuse their customers. OK. So you could go after the Tea Party for supporting free markets.

    But that is not what we see. What we see is an effort to make the Tea Party something it is not – violent, racist. It is neither of those things.

    John Lewis has never himself said he was called a n***** on Capitol Hill but he has not rebuked other people for saying it. What is that? The Left simply cannot win an argument. They have to upend the game and go stomping over the playing board in hobnailed boots.

    And remember…Alan Grayson wants to run your health care, wants to decide if you pass muster to have your child treated.

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  • A Z

    Grayson is Jewish. At least he is Jewish by birth or ancestry or culturally in the way that all Jewish leftists are.

    Grayson is leftist by culture and religion and he is sowing the seeds of his own destruction. He is part of the 1%.

    He has sued himself to riches like VP nominee Edwards. I wonder if Grayson also has a mistress?

    • http://www.clarespark.com/ Clare Spark

      There is nothing in Judaism that creates a cultural Leftist. He chose this path and his very fine schools probably indoctrinated him. He is the product of “culturalism,” but not of Judaism. See http://clarespark.com/2013/09/17/the-illusion-of-national-unity/. “The illusion of national unity.”

      • A Z

        Grayson is a cultural and religious leftist.
        ***
        “There is nothing in Judaism that creates a cultural Leftist.”

        If you thought that by reading my post, then I failed as a writer, but I am working at it.

        ***
        Maybe there are themes in Christianity or Judaism if interpreted the wrong way can lead people to the left. That s not what I meant when I originally posted, but now that I think about it maybe it could be true.

        Too many Christians have supported the Nuclear Freeze movement (not protest against Russian SS 20s), amnesty, sanctuary cities, the peace movement (peace at ALL costs) and other stuff.

        Then there is Catholic and Lutheran Social Services importing Somalis.

        Importing refugees is old school. Other charities do not practice it anymore.

        For example doctors use to hop on a plane fly to another country and fix the cleft palates of many children. They then had bragging rights and rightfully so. The new model is to make sure a doctor in the local country is trained for cleft palates, performs the procedure and is paid from donations collected in the U.S. (or wherever). The doctor who use to fly every year overseas now makes a initial trip to get things rolling and maybe some follow on trips every so often, but they do not fly out every year.

        Question is if their is a failed state or a conflict why are we taking refugees instead of fixing the conflict. Taking refugees is old school.

    • neils60

      Grayson’s sole Democrat critic, so far, is also Jewish, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz. What do you think of that fact?

      • Anantha Padmanabhan

        Most of the people libertarian looks upto are jewish(Barry Goldwater, ludwig von mises, murray rothbord) but the problem with Grayson is that he is pro-israeli(zionism) and so he is essentially directly against countries like iran and Palestine and wants to attack them. He gets his middle-east and gaza strip news from jeruselum post. That’s the problem. Religious nationalism of any religion is always dangerous

        • neils60

          First, Barry Goldwater wasn’t Jewish. He stated that his grandfather was Jewish, and nominally so. However, he was a Christian. I don’t know whether Grayson is pro-Israel, or not. But, Jews, as a whole aren’t anti-Iran or anti-Palestinian Arabs. Most Jews, and others who cherish freedom, are against radicalism, and that’s what the current government in Iran preaches, just as some in the Palestinian Arab camp. Remember, prior to the Shah of Iran’s departure, Iran and Israel had good relations, and the Jewish community was treated well in Iran. When Khomeni, and company, took over Iran (thanks a lot Jimmy Carter) things went down hill very quickly, especially for most of the citizens of Iran. Plus, you’d be surprised what would happen if all of the Palestinian leadership were to abandon any all radicalism.

          • Anantha Padmanabhan

            But Shah was a dictator who was placed by US from the advice of UK, France and Israel. Ofcourse they would like him. You can’t overthrow a elected government and place a dictatorship over them and then issue financial sanctions for overthrowing shah and expect them to like you. But still there are many jews in Iran and they even have a member in their parliment who is a jewish representative. Grayson is quoted saying
            PJV: And what about what is going on in the Gaza Strip; was there any conversation about that?

            GRAYSON: Yes, we talked about that. I think what AIPAC often tries to do is to educate Members of Congress who frankly follow this a lot less closely than I do. In my case, I read Haaretz and the Jerusalem Post online four or five times a week, so I am pretty familiar with the circumstances and why the war took place. As a famous Israeli once said, the Palestinians never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity

          • defcon 4

            The persecuted Jewish population of Iran is declining annually, just as the Baha’i population, Zoroastrian population and Christian population. For some reason state-sanctioned islam0fascist persecution of the najjis kaffir in Iran just doesn’t seem to be enough incentive for the najjis kaffir to continue living in the islamic “republic” of Iran.

      • A Z

        “Sadly, as of this writing, only one Democrat has voiced any disagreement with Grayson’s remarks. That Democrat, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, also of Florida. Her disparagement of Grayson, I believe, didn’t go quite far enough,”

        Debbie is not loud enough. Grayson has been making waves for years. Only 1 peep from Debbie? Is it to cover her @ ss or is it because she thinks Grayson will destroy the Democrat brand?

        What I wrote and might not have conveyed is that while Grayson is nominally Jewish, he is culturally and religiously a leftist. Yes, I believe being on the left is a religion. Things like AGW are dogma and are an article of faith.

        I cringe when I hear someone is Jewish and makes a political statement as a news maker. 70% of Jews vote Democrat and most of the Jews we here about are from the cultural left. I can name 3 prominent Jews on the radio. Levin, Prager and Medved. Well at least 2 of them are in the public eye. Prager is bland (?) but vastly underrated. Outside of Mark Levin and maybe Medved, more people in our society know Media Benjamin and Democrat congressmen that Jewish conservatives. So yes, I cringe.

        BTW Medved made a list of past and present Jewish people in the media and Hollywood to refute the claim that there is a Jewish conspiracy controlling the media. It was quite effective and on the mark.

        • neils60

          Very well written commentary. Two slight corrections, as there’s another prominent and conservative Jewish radio personality, the unpredictable, and that’s an understatement, Michael (Weiner) Savage. After January 1, 2014, the number of radio stations that he’s currently contracted with will likely vastly increase from over 300 to nearly 500. Lastly, it’s Medea Benjamin, not Media.

          • A Z

            Yes, I knew about Mike. I forgot about him. He had a contract disputer about a year ago and went off the air. I think his show is webcast subscription now. At least I thought it was. I use to listen to him on KDWN.

            But thanks for keeping it straight.

            Medea is a prize. Her name is an in your face women are 2nd class citizens pick. She picked it not because it was Indo-European, but only because Jason had wronged her. That is Medea was a victim of a philandering husband.

            Come to think of it Medea is a perfect name for Ms Benjamin. Media is a victim who, hurts innocent 3rd parties, her children, herself and the person who had wronged her all in the name of justice. Yes that is pretty much a portrait of the left.

          • neils60

            You’re correct, Mike’s Webcast radio show is quite popular, at least that’s what he states. And, he was off the air for quite a while as you stated. Now, in my general area, I pick him up on either WRKO in Boston, WHYN-Springfield, Mass., WDRC-Hartford, WELI-New Haven, and WABC-the 50,000 Watt powerhouse in NYC, plus there’s another 300+ stations throughout the nation.

    • delraydavis

      ‘Though it is a regular occurrence among Democrats to reflexively label as “racist” anyone who disagrees with their agendas…’

      See above.

    • ziggy zoggy

      A mistress? Only if Sasquatches live in FL.

      • A Z

        I have seen too many rich or otherwise powerful men keep mistresses. There are exceptions to the every rule.

        But it would be worth checking. Grayson would be effectively if not out of commission he would be wounded by exposing his life.

        We can take back the seat without it, but every bit helps.

  • Hass

    “Breitbart offered a $100k reward to anyone who had a video showing a Tea Partier making racist remarks. No one has claimed the money to date.”

    And I very much doubt they ever will, not now, not in the future.
    Gee, that must really hurt the LibTurds.

    • Watermelonbeast

      Not that I have any objective proof other than my eyes and ears and a plane ticket to D.C. that weekend, I was standing outside the house office building when the group of congressmen walked over to the Capital Building. It never happened.

  • Kerry

    You know, it’s hard to trust the facts in your piece when you can’t manage to spell “Bull Conner” correctly . . .

    • ziggy zoggy

      I’m not surprised you know how to spell it. I bet you can spell Wallace, fire hose, attack dog and murder, too.

  • WayneOvolcano

    The man is obviously intellectually challenged and loss for words, he has to bad mouth people. The Left must lie and accuse Patriots of racism, it is the only defense of a progressive/communist ideals that do not work in a Republic. They would be better off on the beach in Cuba.

    • The March Hare

      I don’t think he is doing it because he is at a loss for words. He bad mouths people because it is his way of contributing to the cause. He is a communist.

  • Seek

    Rep. Grayson is a total moron — agreed. But Ahlert refutes him the wrong way. By reviving for the 500th time the canard about “liberal” Klansmen, he makes a fool of all of us on the Right. The KKK (the Southern version anyway) was nominally Democrat, but what defined them was, and is, the very opposite of liberalism — advocacy of total separation of the races, secrecy in the service of intimidation, and anti-Catholic and anti-Semitic Protestantism. The Klan was reactionary from the start, and proudly so.
    Occupy Wall Street and its offshoots are in no way “Nazi.” They are the essence of anarcho-Communism. They should be opposed on the latter grounds.

    • Gee

      Considering that the Democrats were in favor of slavery and yes they did in fact found the KKK.

      That was the Democrat party – his comparison is most apt

      • Seek

        You just don’t grasp reality, Mr. Gee. The Klan, or what’s left of it, isn’t some sort of Democratic party think tank. It was founded immediately after the Civil War as a form of resistance to the Reconstruction. This was literally decades before modern liberalism became a factor in American politics. And these were SOUTHERN Democrats of whom you speak — and even then, not all of them. Northern Democrats, for the most part, are the people who ended the Klan’s reign during the 1960s. And they were led by Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, both Democrats.
        As for me, I’m a Republican. But I bitterly resent this rewriting of history. Nobody is going to buy it, white or black. Instead of trying to be BFFs to the blacks, how about it if we on the Right tried for a change to be friends of the whites?

        • ziggy zoggy

          Kennedy and Northern Democrats didn’t do d!ck, and Johnson was a Southern Democrat.

          I agree that Republicans should focus more on majority voters, though.

    • ziggy zoggy

      The Democrats are the opposite of liberal.

      If the hood fits, wear it. <:)

    • The March Hare

      Classic liberalism was what our founders believed in and what drove freedom loving men for centuries. When the communists started hiding the fact they were communists and were operating in the democrat party, they were mistakenly called “liberals”. They didn’t correct anyone, they just accepted this label and as time went on, they appropriated it. What is considered liberal today is nothing of what is was. (and really is)
      Also, the KKK wasn’t “nominally democrat”, it was democrat. The republican party was founded to end slavery, established reconstruction and gave the vote to the ex-slaves. No self respecting true republican was going to be in the Klan.

  • mtnhikerdude

    What else can one expect from a politician with a “D” after his name.
    It took 60 years of “D” mayors to destroy Detroit . A “D” President will have Detroited America in 8 years . History will not treat him well. The Obama name in future generations will be associated with Stalin , Castro , Mao , Hitler and Sadam Hussain .

    • The March Hare

      Then, too, it depends on who is writing the history. We need to defeat these leftists and write about who they really are into the history books.

  • http://www.shugartmedia.com/ Chris Shugart

    The Tea Party is fighting govt. excess and overreach. OW supports govt. efforts to intimidate and limit the private sector. Can there be any question which group most resembles fascism?

  • mkat68

    Take a bath and get a job hippie.

  • BillG4

    Grayson lies and re-tells the same lies to get an emotional response. Anyone running against him should simply show these lies and call them exactly what they are, a lie, to generate an opposing emotional response.

    Being polite is good. Being polite when someone attempts to brand you with a lie is just being weak. Voters are looking for someone who will stand up for themselves against those who attack them using unethical means.

    • The March Hare

      That is so true. Only a fool stands there and lets his opponent lie and smear him. That cost Bush 41 a second term and it has cost many conservatives an election. Not responding is like a tacit admission. DO NOT ACCEPT SMEAR LABELS. Call them out for it.

  • Omar

    You are misinformed. Yes, there was a party-shift, but it was not primarily between Democrats and the GOP, but the main party shift was when members of the New Left movement took over the Democratic Party in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Today, most of the contemporary Democrats came from the New Left movement, not from the Republican Party. Party-switching between the Democrats and the GOP was minor. Most politicians who were racists and bigots were either voted out of office or eventually renounced racism and bigotry.
    This article is accurate on the differences between the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street. While the Tea Party calls for responsible government and fiscal responsibility and are generally respectful at rallies, the Occupy movement calls for abolishing democracy and the free-market and replacing our democratic system with Communist totalitarianism. Unlike the Tea Party, the Occupy movement committed all kinds of crimes at rallies in order to get their violent and extremist message and agenda heard. How many violent incidents happened at Tea Party rallies occured at the hands of protesters? Very few compared to the violence perpetrated by Occupy protesters. Please fact-check.

  • Max Johnson

    Shut the fuck up you moron. I’ll bet you have bumper stickers all over your car.

  • Drakken

    Side with the OWs movement and that makes you a communist, therefore you are an enemy of all of us Americans.

  • antioli

    Grayson is doing what Sigmund Freud recognized in his patients as’ Projection”
    When the patients couldn’t face their own rage and hate they accused the other person of feeling that way.

  • defcon 4

    I resent the terminology in this article. Most Nazis are moderates, it’s only the extremists and Nazists who are the problem.

  • spyeatte

    Grayson would look very convincing and spiffy in a Waffen SS officer uniform.

    • nomoretraitors

      He’d look even better in jail orange

  • Chris Behme

    Most, if not all, liberal democrat politicians are able to effortlessly tell lies to their constituents.
    Not Grayson.
    He shouts his lies.
    What a repugnant idiot.

  • JacksonPearson

    Now you know what the “T” stands for:

  • JacksonPearson

    How do you account for senator Robert Byrd (D-WV). Is he one of your RAT heroes, or just another Washington KKK anomalies?

    • Headed4TheHills

      That man was a Democrat loon through and through. I didn’t like the fact that he represented West Virginia and never voted for him. But the dimwits who loved him just kept sending the fool back to DC, long after it was evident he was suffering advanced senility (around the age of 40 I believe).

  • Aruana Zeelie

    Link on Stormfront for Tea Party people

    http://www.stormfront.org/forum/t829686-13/

    • ziggy zoggy

      So you hate Whites and Republicans? And how is an anonymous comment on a thread nobody reads worse than the endorsements by CPUSA, OWS and the KKK for OWS and Obama?

    • UCSPanther

      What are doing, digging around in that online sewer anyways?

  • ziggy zoggy

    Democrats never left their KKK or became Republicans, Nazis are socialists rather than Republicans, the OWS rejects are as conformist as they come, and the government persecuted Tea Partiers rather than OWS trash.

    The only moron claiming to represent everybody is Obama.

  • nomoretraitors

    I thought this bum was thrown out???

  • nomoretraitors

    “They saw hordes of people behaving like low-lifes”
    They behave like low lifes because they ARE low lifes

  • slhancock

    Grayson left Congress in shame, then ran against LT. COL Allen West and stole an election to get his seat back. That supposed recount that was not, then a staged medical issue to stop the recount…what a blooming mess and Governor Scott did NOTHNG! I doubt he’ll get re-elected. I cannot believe that even a purple state like FL would REALLY want Grayson back again!

  • Matthew Glover

    Most of the racist Democrats joined the Republican party in the 60s and 70s. Strom Thurmond, anyone?

  • justquitnow

    Just call the article “Accuse the Accuser” and be done with it.

    and “Nazi- and David Duke-backed Occupy Wall Street movement.” -WTF?

  • Mike

    Are you knuckle heads serious? Back when democrats were racist they were the conservatives. And republicans were progressive,…and I’m willing to bet that all you jackboots would have sided with the Democrats in those days. Go read a book so you guys don’t seem so thickheaded.

  • David R Velasquez

    Your article is seriously… er, … developmentally handicapped.
    While you try to connect the 1960′s era dixiecrats to the modern occuppy movement you leave out that after the 1965 Civil Rights and voting rights acts were passed the majority of those dems switched party affiliation where they’ve been happy ever since. But the fact is that the Tea Party..IS racist, and fosters that enviroment willingly. During the 2012 CPAC in Iowa they allowed a white nationalist organization to host white nationalist (racist) author Peter Brimelow to speak. And after his speech Rep. Steve King came up to him and gushingly told him what a huge fan he was. Far too many incidents this year of the crossing over of white nationalists (i.e., neo nazis) with the Tea Party.
    It isn’t democrat politicians or the Occupy Movement members being caught circulating racist emails or writing and passing state legislation that is specifically aimed at disenfranchising black, poor, senior citizen or other minorities voters with ‘voter ID ‘ laws.
    Naw,… this article is a stretch …if not a crossover of our reality into the Bizarro universe.

  • RussFelix

    This guy makes me want to move out of Florida.

  • Mike

    Thanks for censoring my last post, just like fascist would do. I’ll simplify, democrats were once Conservative and you guys would have been on their side when they were the party of segregation and hate. And the republicans were progressive, and you conservatives would have called them commies. Go read a book and try to understand the words.

  • Lucy Saw

    There goes the neighborhood.