He pushed a guy who was tearing down the tent. Watch the video.
You are being dishonest.
It has been explained over and over to you that the other video (you know, the video that you should be familiar with because you are participating in the topic. The video shown by FOX) The video from the OP, shows the unedited portion in question which shows you to be wrong.
Duh! You know, debate? Point, counter point!
Again showing that you have no idea what you are talking about.
The State Police have already stated their willingness to prosecute.
If you had bothered to read the information in this topic, you would have known that.
You are being dishonest.
Because if you were, you would already know that his pushing was done in defense of. Do you not know the difference?
Um, no I don't think he is, at least not alone. Both sides seem to be making **** up out of whole cloth that is either unprovable, or just didn't happen the way they are making it out to be, to suit their own narrative.I'm saying that he's distorting the incident to create a narrative that didn't exist.
As if on a daily basis we don't see that sort of thing coming out of the MSM, with their own narratives, and agendas. It simply is not rational to believe that a liberal dominated media is allowed to further their narrative, and agenda, but somehow is wrong when someone from a conservative point of view does the same thing.He went in to report that union protestors are violent, mindless thugs trying to intimidate their employers, and unfortunately for our country, he was able to do that thanks to circumstances and somebody worked up enough to throw punches.
It is one thing to say that Crowder was there to create a video with a predisposed point of view in mind for the end result. It is another thing to say as others have in here that he deserves to get roughed up, or attacked for it. Not that you are saying that, but there are those in here that are.
Especially among those who have no regard for others rights.This is dishonest and dangerous journalism.
Division in this country is purposely being sown by politicians that believe that only their own ideology matters.This is why so many Americans hate each other right now.
It isn't just journalists though...Take a hard, objective look at the language coming out of the administration these days. Class warfare, 'Us against them', agendas being pushed through unelected regulatory bodies within the government, circumventing congress and the will of the people purposely. All of this has a broader implication, maybe for a thread of its own.Because "journalists" are lying, choosing to incite hatred in order to make money rather than telling the truth and having to make it in journalism the honest way.
This I can agree with, but then you have to ask yourself why wasn't the man throwing punches in the video arrested? Charged? It was against the law what he was doing. Why weren't the goons cutting down the tent, and cutting it up arrested? That's against the law as well. My belief is that in some convoluted way the authorities let it go to "keep the peace" as it were, but these A-holes are allowed to do this sort of thing with impunity then they think it's ok...It's NOT OK. And liberals, progressives, or what ever the hell they want to call themselves these days better wake up. You can't push one side but for so long before they push back.Throwing a punch (or three) can kill a person (had he been Kermit Washington). Doing what journalists are doing these days contributes to a horrific string of awful, awful things happening in this country. Neither side is to be defended, bottom line.
White guys who am be democrats and support unions... If you ax me, them am be cornball crackas yo!
Last edited by The Man; 12-15-12 at 01:08 PM.
We have only seen the tents after they have been messed with by Union thugs.
Haven't you read the story of the Hot Dog Vendor?
Doesn't sound like they were empty at all. Sounds like they became empty after the Unions decided to **** with them.
And it doesn't at all change the fact that they had no business trying to take down the tents. Period.
Stop trying to justify their wrong actions.
They, and their actions, are not justifiable.
Prove they are not. You can't. Just as I can't prove that they aren't.
But the likelihood of them being true is slim to none.
You don't put tents up to **** with them.
Last edited by Excon; 12-15-12 at 01:38 PM.