Are Democrat Mobs Planning SWAT Tactics Against Republicans in Texas?
July 1, 2013 - 10:24 am
Last week Democrats resorted to mob tactics to shut down a bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks and upgrade standards in abortion clinics across the state. A source in the Texas capitol on Austin sends this along as the legislature’s second special session begins.
I’m not sure where to post this, but I.just spoke to my mom who was at the Occupy Wallstreet meeting.
They are planning a tactic where they call the police over and tell them that a targeted prolifer, typically someone who’s leading a group, has been harassing them.
Then both the police and the pro lifer are tied up and prevented from doing their respective jobs.
So my advice to everyone is to STAY AWAY from the other side so they can not use this tactic against us.
Filing a false report is a crime, and a waste of taxpayer money.
The tactic described is similar to a tactic known to be used by some of the left’s most odious elements, in which the police are called to the homes of conservatives on bogus accusations that the conservative is threatening his or her family, usually with a weapon. Erick Erickson and Patterico have been victims of SWAT attacks. SWAT attacks can be dangerous and even deadly, as local police adopt more military style weapons and tactics.
A Daily Kos poster has posted another potential strategy we may see in Austin this week. Pro-life supporters have launched a campaign that involves wearing blue, and the Koster has an idea to use that as a means of infiltration.
Might I suggest the protesters against this intrusion into the doctor patient relationship wear blue as well.
This should help ensure you are let in.
Take off the blue as soon as you get inside so you won’t be counted as one of them in videos and photos
Rebel. Even if you fail, even if we all fail, we will have asserted against the corporate forces of exploitation and death our ultimate dignity as human beings.
Both strategies involving lying to win.
Texans support the bill in question by about 62% and it passed during the first special session 19-10 in the Senate. If the rule of law prevails then the bill will pass.