Yesterday Freedom Outpost's Kevin Fobbs reported on Democrat State Representative Douglas Geiss' threat that “There will be blood!” The threat came in response to Gov. Rick Snyder's signing Michigan's "Right to Work" law Well, The Democrat wanted blood and he got it. Fox News Contributor Steven Crowder was sucker punched by a Union thug, that has been identified as Tony Camargo, outside an Americans For Properity Tent, where a gathering of literally thousands of Union Workers had come to protest the RTW legislation.
Big money was being offered to identify Camargo and another Union goon by the name of Chris Opalewski. Apparently Camargo should raise his IQ level and not wear a jacket with his name on it the next time he seeks to assault someone who did nothing to him.
The incident then quickly dissolved in a mob rush led by a Union goon identified as Chris Opalewski as they pushed over the Americans For Prosperity Tent and began cutting it up in full view of cameras. Watch for resulting lawsuits to follow.
While not all Union people are like this, you can see from the extensive video available that there are many who don't mind being as vulgar and violent, even to the point of destroying private property on camera. And these are the sort of people who are supposed to be "protecting the workers?"
The protest by the Unions appeared as though it was something out of Cairo and the Arab Spring as one commentator said that the crowd grew to be "10,000 deep."
The Washington Post even reported that “Former Rep. Mark Schauer (D-Mich.) was hit with pepper spray while protesting ‘right to work/ legislation outside the Michigan state capitol on Wednesday.”
While some of the major networks covered the protests, not one of them mentioned the violent assault of Mr. Crowder, not one! You and I know full well that if, say, a Tea Party person would have done this to a Union worker it would be 24/7 non-stop coverage and we would be hit with a flurry of video at regular speed, slow motion, backwards, forwards and put to music to destroy that person, and rightly so. But not one word of the attack on Crowder was mentioned by the liberal media.
Crowder spoke with Dana Loesch following the assault. "They literally would have killed me where I stood if I defended myself," he told her.
"They said they would kill me with a gun. It's all on tape," he continued. "I was beat down by a mob of people."
Crowder went on to tell how the union mob tore down the tent over the heads of women and children inside it.
When asked if police were on hand, Crowder indicated that at that time there were no police around.
Listen to the Crowder/Loesch interview here and watch the video of the assault below: