ANOTHER LEFTIST ATTACK… Union Supporters Harass & Superglue Doors of WI Grocer
Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, March 15, 2011, 12:13 PM
Now they’re harassing businesses and gluing their doors shut.
Leftist thugs harassed and then superglued the doors of a popular Wisconsin grocer after it was discovered that individuals at the store had donated to Scott Walker’s campaign last year.
The fight over Governor Scott Walker’s budget is getting sticky.
TODAY’S TMJ4′s Diane Pathieu confirmed that doors at Chapman, Curtin, Mellencamp, Mitchell and Sabin Halls all had doors with superglue in the locks on Monday.
She said those doors were opened before 7:30 a.m. Monday morning. No classes were affected.
Newsradio 620 WTMJ’s Jodi Becker confirmed that the doors to the Sendik’s on Downer Avenue were also glued shut.
UWM campus police believed it was a sign of protest, but organizers of a campus rally later Monday afternoon say they didn’t have anything to do with it.
College students are angry over what the bill may mean for them, and they are making their thoughts known in protests.
They were to hold a rally on Monday afternoon in reaction to Walker’s budget, which would split UWM and UW-Madison from the UW system.
Here’s more on the threats against Sendik’s grocery store.
Whitefish Bay Patch reported:
Despite threats of a boycott of Shorewood’s Sendik’s, store owner Anne Nehring said she hasn’t seen much backlash from shoppers- just support.
Two customers came in and told co-owner John Nehring, they were organizing a boycott of the store at 4027 N. Oakland Av.
She added John told them to get out of the store before they would give him a reason for the threatened boycott.
However, on Saturday, an e-mail surfaced threatening a boycott of Shorewood’s Sendik’s, citing the owner’s support of Milwaukee County Executive candidate Jeff Stone and that couple has been “giving funds to union-busters.” Stone voted in favor of the governor’s budget repair bill.
“I care very much about the community and the employees because they are my family,” Anne Nehring said. “People have told me they won’t stop shopping here.”
She said other customers say they drove out of their way to support the Shorewood location, which the Nehrings independently own. She added she is hurt by the threats coming from Shorewood residents, and their support of Gov. Scott Walker or Stone was done as individuals and not as the owners of Sendik’s.
“I should be able to do that, as an individual, without being punished,” she said of her support of the Republican party.
Another Sendik’s, 2643 N. Downer Ave., wasn’t so lucky, as the doors to the grocer were Superglued shut Monday. Anne Nehring said there hasn’t been any vandalism of her store.
The e-mail, first reported by 620 WTMJ’s Charlie Sykes, was reportedly sent from one David Weingrod, with an Milwaukee Area Technical College e-mail address, to apparent union representatives at the college and says that the grocer may face a boycott if the owners continue to support Stone.
“Please go to the Shorewood manager this weekend and tell him he needs to tell John Nehring that he either pulls his support from Jeff Stone or we will have a serious boycott of Shorewood,” the e-mail said.
Weingrod couldn’t be reached for comment.
SCREAMING UNION THUGS Dragged Away By Troopers After Barging Into TN Capitol Senate Committee Meeting (Video)
Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, March 15, 2011, 8:14 PM
“This is what democracy looks like.”
The radical left was at it again today…
Shrieking union thugs were dragged away by state troopers after barging into a Tennessee Senate Committee Meeting.
News Channel 5 reported:
Seven union supporters were arrested and charged following an outburst inside a Senate Committee Hearing.
Troopers at the Tennessee Capitol had to forcibly carry out the protestors who were among a group who stood up during the Senate Commerce Committee hearing Tuesday and began chants about what they called “union busting” by the state Legislature.
Most demonstrators left the hearing room after about 30 minutes, but a small group tried to lock arms to keep from being removed.
Troopers pulled the holdouts out of the room one by one, while lawmakers, lobbyists and other observers looked on.
The ones that were arrested were held inside a room right outside the meeting room. They were interrogated by Capitol Police. Those protestors are now facing misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges, and some are facing charges of resisting arrest.
Taxing Tennessee has photos of the disruption.
It’s Not Just the Politicians… Wisconsin Tea Party Leaders Receive Death Threats
Posted by Jim Hoft on Tuesday, March 15, 2011, 11:56 AM
It begins. The violent left is threatening to kill tea party leaders for supporting Governor Scott Walker’s budget reduction bill.
Several Wisconsin tea party leaders supported Scott Walker in his battle with the state employee unions. (Wash Times)
The Brookfield Patch reported:
Police are increasing patrols near the Brookfield home of a state tea party leader who has pushed for greater health and pension concessions from public employees after he received a veiled death threat over the weekend.
Wisconsin Tea Party Patriots State Coordinator Michael Hintze told police when he answered a call on his cell phone about 2:30 p.m. Saturday, a male voice “asked if he was wearing a bullet-proof vest” and then hung up.
The caller’s identity had been blocked, and AT&T could not trace the call, which came up as a “private caller.” Police likely will be unable to trace the call since it was blocked, Police Capt. Jim Adlam said Monday.
Hintze asked for increased patrols near his Brookfield residence and planned to purchase equipment that would allow future calls, should they occur, to be traced. Extra patrols are occurring.
Adlam said there was not a history of problems or threats to Hintze.
Hintze told police he believed the call was targeting Hintze for his role as the tea party leader. He said his cell phone number is listed on a tea party web site.
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