Skip to comments.It Begins… Dem Congresswoman Brings In Street Thug at Town Hall Meeting to Threaten Constituents
Posted on 08/16/2010 9:43:34 AM PDT by Justaham
Rep. Melissa Bean (D-IL) brought Bruno the Bone-Crusher with her to a town hall meeting this weekend to threaten constituents. The meeting was held at Round Lake, Illinois Public library on Thursday August 12. The Obamacare-supporting democrat allowed the thug to roam around the room to intimidate constituents from asking questions.
Whered she get this guy, from the WWE?
It’s a mistake. Bruno is actually her gigolo.
Let me say this about that, finding the Nazis are running for office as Democrats in the Chicago suburbs isn't at all surprising.
We forgot to denazify the place after The Big One.
Not too late though.
To Hell with being intimidated.
If any of these fools put their hands on you, kick them square in the groin.
They were given the go-ahead to use intimidation by Holder and the DoJ.
I carry a large size Bear Spray. Very effective.
The congresswoman asked — in a stance and manner that conveyed a demand — that the man turn off his video to “respect the privacy of people”. There’s no expectation of privacy in a public meeting. That’s why we HOLD PUBLIC MEETINGS.
Anyway, I’d have loved to have been there. Not that it would have helped. But I love counter-intimidation.
Direct to YouTube:
A collpaseable night-stick to Bruno’s nads...and he will be less intimidating real quick.
Sounds good but this is so wrong to allow these thugs to do this. Anyone who did anything would have been arrested by the cops who back her.
Wow. That woman needs to be removed from office NOW. What the heck is happening to our country?
I never thought we would see brownshirts in this country. G-d help us.
Please I would get a laugh out of that.
” Anyone who did anything would have been arrested by the cops who back her.”
I wouldn’t be surprised if this guy was an off duty cop.
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