The cameraman who was accosted in the video is Adam Cole. He works for “We the People of Rhode Island,” a public access TV show.
Democrats in Massachusetts were leading a rally for union members, but the language from one elected official slid into questionable territory as Congressman Capuano told the cheering crowd:
“I’m proud to be here with people who understand that it’s more than just sending an email to get you going. Every once and awhile you need to get out on the streets and get a little bloody when necessary.” Congressmman Capuano
The crowd cheered and hooted for each Congressman as they spoke – the tougher the talk, the louder the reception.
Another Incident with unions being out of control:
At AFSCME’s “solidarity” rally in Providence, Rhode Island on Tuesday, a cameraman was accosted by a fuming pro-union protester. The cameraman had his back to the goon, who appears to accost him unprovoked. The goon screams:
“I’ll f**k you in the ass, you fa**ot!” *
His shouting escalates and other union supporters try to intervene as he threatened the cameraman, but he continues to foam at the mouth.
The “solidarity” mob finally starts chanting “Hey, hey, ho, ho, union-busting’s got to go” to drown out the goon’s snit fit. He yells that he will “follow you out of here.”
Union Protester Loudly Scolds Conservative Activist:
You are a bad Jew:
The unrest in Wisconsin has inspired Van Jones.
In fact, he‘s so touched by the outpouring of support for the unions he’s calling on people across the country to protest even more. And everywhere. This week, Jones announced a plan to “rally on the steps of every statehouse in the union, Not surprisingly, the plan is being sponsored by a who’s who of progressive organizations.
“Moveon.org and others have issued just this kind of call to action; everyone should prioritize responding and turning out in large numbers,” Jones says in an op-ed on the Huffington Post titled, “Introducing the ‘American Dream’ Movement.”
You can be sure more violence from the Union thugs and protesters can be expected