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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

And They Call Tea Partiers Violent?


Protester resisting arrest at Wake County School Board meeting. Image courtesy Daily Tarheel



In Raleigh, North Carolina, about a 1,000 Lefties gathered to protest a busing system change the Wake County School Board has enacted that they claim would result in schools being resegregated by organizing schools by neighborhood instead of by race. 19 of them, including the head of the North Carolina NAACP were arrested. Most of the arrests occurred when a group violently disrupted the meeting by gathering around the podium, chanting and singing.


Why is it when Lefties gather to protest, there are almost invariably some of them who commit acts of violent disruption and are arrested?


There have been thousands upon thousands of tea parties across the nation over the past two years, and very few people have been arrested. In fact, when arrests occur it is almost always because of Lefty counter-protesters.


Here are the names of those arrested and the charges against them [source for list], note that a good number of them are not even residents, nor (upon further investigation by yours truly) registered voters of Wake County.

Rev. William Barber was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Rev. Nancy Petty was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Gregory Moss was arrested and charged with resisting, delaying or obstructing a law enforcement officer in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Chinedu Collins Ifejika, of 200-202 Tobler Court in Durham, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Michelle Laws, of 3715 Shrewsburt St. in Durham, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Jimmie Ray Hawkins, of 4415 Sun Valley Dr. in Durham, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Erin Dalebyrd, of 605 East South St. in Raleigh, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Marie Alisa Garlock, of 610-325 West Morgan St. in Durham, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Bobby Gray Jones, 308 East Chestnut St. in Goldsboro, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Laurel Anne Ashton, of 505-C North Greesnboro Road in Carrboro, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Anthony Jerome Davis, 6617 Barton Creek Drive in Whitsett, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Madeline Clair Miller, of 231 Hillcrest Circle in Chapel Hill, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


David Zachary Eisenstadt, of 1813 Kenwyck Manor Way in Raleigh, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Timothy Curtis Hodges, of 229 East Stallings St. in Clayton, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Camellia Lee, of 205 Black Tie Lane in Chapel Hill, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Curtis Gatewood, of 413 Kingsbury St. in Oxford, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Samuel Scott Bass, of 2720 Poole Road in Raleigh, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Keith Ausustus Rivers, of 104 Granview Drive in Elizabeth City, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.


Robert Thompson Stephens, of 525 Hedgewood Place in Winston-Salem, was arrested and charged with second-degree trespassing and disorderly conduct in connection with a demonstration at the Wake County schools administration building in Raleigh on Tuesday, July 20, 2010.

Trespassing and Disorderly Conduct? Do they sound like peaceful protesters? They sound like people who are willing to commit violence, and break the law, in order to get their way...instead of relying on the tried and true method of acting at the ballot box. 


Here is a challenge for you Lefties out there, find me documentation of a tea party that has disrupted a government meeting, seized control of the podium, and resisted arrest. You can't, because the tea parties are peaceful affairs focused on enacting change via the ballot box. 


The Left seems not to have faith in free and fair elections...and put more stock in violent disruptions and protests. It is a good thing that the Wake County School Board has not bowed to the terroristic acts of the NAACP.



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