Violent, Racist Union Thugs Destroy Hot Dog Cart
This is apparently OK with the Legacy Media, since the violent, racist union thugs funnel money to and vote Democrat
(The Blaze) A man running a local hot dog stand in Michigan’s state capital was among those attacked by protesters of the state’s “Right to Work” legislation while he served food in a tent that was torn down yesterday. The man was also allegedly taunted when he tried to salvage some of his property.
During Tuesday’s protests – the day Gov. Rick Snyder signed into law what he said is “pro-worker” legislation – the equipment Clint Tarver uses to run Clint’s Hot Dog Cart and Casual Catering was destroyed by people some have called “union thugs.”
According to the Lansing State Journal, Tarver was hired by the pro-Right-to-Work group Americans for Prosperity to serve hot dogs in the tent. TheBlaze reported about the tent’s destruction Tuesday – and how protesters were reportedly cutting up and distributing pieces of it as “souvenirs.”
Tarver was simply doing an honest days work for an honest days pay, but, he was in the way of the violent union goons and became collateral damage. Fortunately, responsible and caring people (who would be Conservatives) have taken up a collection to replace his business.
Tarver is a caring man, a kind man. Unfortunately, he ran into Democrats
Clint Tarver was a guest on Dana Loesch’s FM 97.1 radio showtoday. In the interview he explained what happened at the tent from his perspective. He said by 11: 30 a.m. the “mayhem” started. Two men entered the tent, one wearing a devil’s mask, the other a ski mask. These two men provided Tarver with a ticket to get a hot dog, which he provided them.
“Three minutes later, they’re next to me turning coffee urns over at another table,” Tarver said on the show.
He went onto explain how he was urged by another to leave the tent, which he had to crawl out of because it collapsed. Tarver confirmed that he was targeted with racial slurs, including the “n-word” and people saying “you’re on the wrong side.”
“I said to them ‘I’m here for a job. I’m not on this side, I’m not on that side. I’m here for a job.’” Tarver recounted. “And I just stood there and took it.”
Any liberals care to defend this? Or will you call this a “false flag operation,” too? More at Twitchy, including
Love the thug mentality. Please, tell me how you’re all about the worker while you stomp all over his hot dog cart biz.
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) December 12, 2012
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