Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Teabaggers Respond With Death Threats



The Tea Party movement as reacted to the passage of health care reform with insanity. House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told The Hill that there is in security.


"Any member who feels themselves at risk is getting attention from the proper authority," Hoyer said during brief remarks on Wednesday.


The FBI is investigating a severed gas line, at the house the brother of Rep. Tom Perriello. The Lynchburg Tea Party anonymously posted the address of Perriello brother on their blog. The blogger mistakenly believed Rep. Perriello lived at the address. The blogger urged teabaggers to pay the Congressman a visit. That is a sure invitation to trouble.


“Just in case any of his friends and neighbors want to drop by and say hi and express their thanks regarding his vote for health care,” the author writes. “I personally believe it’s so important for representatives to remain fully grounded and to remember exactly what it is their constituents are saying and how they are telling them to vote. Nothing quite does that like a good face-to-face chat. It has a much more personal touch to it.”


I have had commenters post addresses and death threats at people on this blog. I have always deleted those comments. I could care less if commenters diss me. Putting people's personal information that might endanger a person is something I have never allowed on this blog. There is zero excuse for the actions of the Lynchburg Tea Party bloggers.

Nigel Coleman is one of the two people responsible for posted the address. Coleman was unapologetic of his actions.


According to the Politico Web site, when Coleman learned that the address actually belonged to the congressman’s brother, he responded on a blog: “Do you mean I posted his brother’s address on my Facebook? Oh well, collateral damage.


The other person who posted the address is Mike Troxel. Like Coleman, Troxel showed an equal lack of sensitivity. Troxel refuses to take the address off the blog. Troxel will only take it down if he has Rep. Tom Perriello.


“If they would like to provide me with the address of Tom, then I’d be more than happy to take it down,” he said. “I have no reason to believe it’s not his house.”


Coleman and Troxel have been informed that Perriello's brother has received a threatening latter and a cut gas line. Yet, they refuse to delete their posting of the home address. These men are aware they are endanger the lives of the Perriello family. These are not freedom loving patriots. They are sociopaths.

Coleman is now backtracking from the negative publicity.

"We wanted people to go by and talk to their congressman," Coleman said.

Previously, Perriello's brother was "collateral damage." Now Coleman wants a friendly chat. Amazing how an FBI investigation can change one's disposition.

A caller on Rep. Louise Slaughter's voice mail threatened to use "snipers" against her. Slaughter also had a brick thrown through her district office window. It is obvious some nutcase is attempting to stalk Slaughter. The threat against her is serious.

Tea Party protesters called Congressman and civil right legend "nigger." Several members of the member heard Tea Party protesters chant the word to the Black Caucus. Bill O'Reilly claims there is no proof. O'Reilly failed to bring any eyewitnesses to his show. Fox News helped create the Tea Party movement. How long will Fox News be able to explain away the militia mentality of this movement remains to be seen.

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3 Comments:

At March 24, 2010 11:00 PM , Blogger tas said...

Fox News helped create the Tea Party movement.

I disagree: Fox News basically created the Tea Party movement. Anything to establish a loyal market segment, you know?

I find it hilarious that the Tea Party protesters -- all few thousand of them, at most, that show up for a protest -- claim to speak for all Americans. Over 50,000 people were in Seattle in 1999 for the WTO protests. I knwo because I was there. Where were the Tea Partiers then to tell us (and there were a far lot fucking more of us than there will ever be of them) that we speak for all of America? Where was Fox News to advertise our presence?

Where was, well.. Anybody?

These Tea Party protests have to be the most media privileged "activist" movement in history, And nobody likes to tie them to the massive benefits they have receive from Glenn Beck or Santelli on CNBC. Why is that?

 
At March 25, 2010 3:40 PM , Blogger Michael Hussey said...

These Tea Party protests have to be the most media privileged "activist" movement in history, And nobody likes to tie them to the massive benefits they have receive from Glenn Beck or Santelli on CNBC. Why is that?

Because people love covering a freak show. I'm not talking about Fox News and CNBC. I'm refering to the mainstream media.

 
At March 25, 2010 6:14 PM , Blogger litbrit said...

These are not freedom loving patriots. They are sociopaths.

ABSOLUTELY.

They have no conscience, and they care not a bit who gets hurt. I mean, collateral damage? Jesus. What's wrong with these people. Yeah, I know, sociopaths.

Well, the Republican so-called "leaders" need to step in here and lead instead of inciting. That means they're going to have to give up that adrenaline and excitement, but too bad--it's that, or face the consequences when one of these many Deliverance-types sociopaths goes over the edge, as that guy who shot Dr. Tiller did. They can't keep running from the responsibility.

 

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