Skip to comments.Detroit-Area Pastor Threatens Campaign of Harassment Against Mich. Gov. and Family
Posted on 12/16/2012 6:29:44 AM PST by chessplayer
'We'll Be At Your Daughter's Soccer Game!'
Union protest speaker tells governor that union members will 'visit you' everywhere over right-to-work bill
A speaker at a union protest against right-to-work legislation said if Gov. Rick Snyder signed the bill he would get "no rest" and that protesters would be at his "daughter's soccer game."
The Rev. Charles Williams II made the comments Tuesday to loud cheers before a group of thousands of union workers. After his promises to harass Gov. Snyder, he introduced Rep. Richard Hammel, D-Mt. Morris Township, and House Minority Leader Tim Greimel, D-Auburn Hills. Williams is a Detroit-area pastor and left-wing activist.
Gov. Snyder later that day signed a bill into law making Michigan a right-to-work state. One of his daughters is a 16-year-old high school student.
"Just know one thing, Rick Snyder: You sign that bill, you won't get no rest," Williams said. "We'll meet you on Geddes Road. We'll be at your daughter's soccer game. We'll visit you at your church. We'll be at your office.
"Because Michigan workers will not take it laying down by any means necessary!" he said.
Geddes Road is where the Snyder residence is located.
They have settled in Detroit.
Liberals don’t really care about the slaughter of children. They care about the armed citizen who might blow union thugs away when they make their move on the Gov.’s daughter. Leftist thuggery is too dangerous. They have to improve the odds and power of fear and intimidation.
Actually, liberals celebrate their power to murder the innocent.
Maybe “we” need to organize, and show up at these events to support those who come under these kind of threats. It worked with Chick-Fil-A.
"...somebody's droppin a lot of biscuits in the collection basket"
I kind of guessed from the money quote “You sign that bill, you won’t get no rest.”
Until someone takes a jerk like this Rev to court or has him put in jail then they will keep doing this stuff and get away with it.
My response to the so-called pastor, if I were Gov. Snyder: “If ANY harm comes to ANY member of my family, there will be no place on earth for you to hide. There will be no place dark enough, or deep enough, or remote enough, that I will not find you. That is no threat; that is a promise.”
Rev. Charles Williams is on the edge of reality ready to leap into total paranoia like the piece of excrement in Connecticut. How many others will he take with him, or convince others to join him to do the same thing?
Williams and his union cult need to spend some time in rubber rooms while they are being treated.
As I recall the soccer game was to take place on Friday or Saturday....did it? Did he attend? Did he stalk?
The “Pastor” needs to be put out to pasture.
I believe this is the time to threaten the pastor with the same stalkking kind of treatment. He has decided to make himself a public figure and now has opened himself up to that(if what he is claiming is that the governor is a public figure). Same goes for the idiot union thug that belted Steven Crowder. Conservatives had better learn to take off the gloves and fight as dirty as their opponents.
His comments suck big time, yet we find that the heads of every single religous groups, Catholic, Protestant etc etc want government so “feed the poor.” The moral compass is out of enlingment.
Reverend my A$$ just another Marxist goon, needs to
be locked up. Amen.
Sounds to me that there may be churches that need to have their finances looked over by the government, and their tax exempt status threatened...
Oh, wait a minute... Sorry, I forgot, it’s only conservative Churches where this sort of thing happens... Funny how leftists never whine about “church & state” when it’s leftist preachers and churches preaching their gospel of death. See “the reverend” Emmanuel Cleaver.
How long before the unions start shooting up schools? They sound mentally unstable to me
Gee, since all that “Christian love”, that was evoked by that pastor, is a matter of record, here are the words I leave for the Governor of Michigan:
“I was fearful for my life, and the life of my daughter.”
May the moment that births such words never come to pass, for them.
Yes, that pastor is a community agitator, and not, a messenger of the ‘book of peace’.
“you won’t get no rest,” Williams said.”
So, the Gov will get plent of rest.
Apparently the governor has mandated an english class for this guy.