Chaos, Destruction Expected as Moonbats Converge on Pittsburgh

An estimated 1.7 million patriots descended on Washington on 9/12, and left it looking at least as good as they found it. No one expects the same to hold true of the moonbats who will converge on Pittsburg for the G20 summit:

Barely a block from a parking lot where Pittsburgh will house protesters of the Group of 20 summit is one of the city’s most eclectic neighborhoods — a strip of mom-and-pop, homegrown grocery stores, restaurants and businesses that exemplify the kind of world the protesters say they want.

However, fears of violent clashes, property damage or simply a traffic nightmare are forcing some businesses in the city’s Strip District to close during the two-day summit — possibly even board up their windows — and miss what they say could potentially be a booming sales opportunity.

“We’re a small mom-and-pop business and I’d rather lose business for two days than risk getting caught in something that could get violent,” said Lisa Karsenic, owner of Two Louie’s Market, a small deli and grocery store less than a block from the parking lot where protesters will gather. …

Thousands of people are expected to flock to Pittsburgh to protest everything from globalization, policies they view to be harmful to the environment, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and even mega-corporations, the types of businesses conspicuously absent in the Strip District. …

Then there are the rumors: shop windows have already been broken; human feces has been left at different establishments; dispersing the crowd in the evening from the parking lot will lead to clashes; protesters have nowhere to go out at night so they will cause trouble. …

Amy Rosenfield, owner of Mon Aimee Chocolat, a shop that specializes in artisan chocolates produced by people who work directly with plantations that grow organic beans, is concerned that broken store windows combined with autumn heat could — quite literally — melt away her inventory.

Moonbat groups have plans to target specific businesses for harassment and destruction for daring to participate in the American way of life. Armed forces recruiting stations are also expected to be hit.

Needless to say, no one felt the need to board up windows in DC, despite a vastly larger crowd of patriots. It isn’t hard to distinguish the good guys from the bad guys.

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Whose world would you rather live in?

On tips from Matthew B and B1BBET. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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