Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Hey David Shuster of MSNBC, Here's Proof Democrats Have Vandalized Democrat Offices

Gateway Pundit links to an interview with Kevin Jackson done by David Shuster on MSNBC, about the phony allegations of racial slurs and spitting at members of the racist Congressional Black Caucus, and vandalism done at Democrat Party headquarters.

Jackson told Shuster that there had been instances where Democrats had vandalized their own property, to which Shuster acted disgusted.

But Kevin Jackson is right. From August of last year, Denver Post via Michelle

A 24-year-old arrested this morning on suspicion of smashing 11 windows at Colorado Democratic Party headquarters tried to conceal his identity while allegedly committing the crime, according to police descriptions.

Maurice Schwenkler wore a shirt over his face, a hooded sweat shirt and latex gloves before he and another man fled the scene on bicycles, police said. Schwenkler was apprehended after a short chase. The other suspect remains at large.

While Schwenkler does not appear in the state’s voter registration database, a person by that name in November 2008 received $500 from a political 527 committee called Colorado Citizens Coalition for “communications,” according to campaign finance

The accountant for the 527 appears to be the same woman who handles the books for many other Democratic-leaning political committees.

A Maurice Schwenkler also signed an online 2005 petition to free anti-war Christian protesters who were captured in Iraq.

State Democratic Party Chairwoman Pat Waak initially blamed the vandalism on animosity surrounding the health care debate, though Denver police declined to comment on possible motives.
More about the Democrat vandal here. Also, Sister Toldjah reminds us about the bomb threats received at Republican Sen. Jim Bunning's office during his standoff about unemployment benefits. The lapdog media was largely silent

Newsbusters has more examples of left-wing violence. Tell that to the drunk-driver Rick Sanchez at CNN, who blames the GOP and "talk-radio" for violence.

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