UPDATED: Tea Party Crashers: Not Quite Understanding the Assignment
Other party crashers made at least slightly more effective attempts.
"Public Skools & Safe Bridges R UnAmerican." For some reason, a generation that gets the news from Jon Stewart utterly fails to grasp the finer points of subtle irony or sarcasm. Or apparently the definition of "infiltrate," as he is captured standing among left-wing counterprotesters.
So far, the best attempt at blending in and infiltrating the tea party movement may be this sign:
"MIT NUCULAR Engineers for Palin!!1!" Admittedly, it still isn't much, but we're working with apparent amateurs. Apparently, Bostonians just aren't good at this sort of thing.
By far the best submission of the day has been this Youtube video from last year's tea party protests, of some young "billionaires" in their evening finery gracing the Washington, D.C., protest.
Pajamas Media and PJTV will have more coverage of tea party crashers throughout the day, if any show up. Though if April 14 was any guide, today's "Crash the Tea Party" movement will be a hipster flop.
UPDATE: We're approaching mid-afternoon here on the right-hand side of the country, and with Tax Day tea parties well under way, reports of "Crash the Tea Party" infiltrators have been as light as MSNBC's evening line-up.
The few scattered reports we have seen coming in to our reporting avenues (email email@example.com and #tpcrashers on Twitter) have been from Chicago, where "infiltration" seems to be just another word counterprotesters got wrong on their SATs. PJTV tipster Kim Schratwieser found left-wing group World Can't Wait represented in the crowd, blaring out their constant refrain to "end illegal wars."
At least we can give the group some credit for trying to earn some tea party support, noting that ending those "illegal wars" would "stop biggest government spending." Though obviously, they don't understand the long-term costs of ObamaCare.
Speaking of health care, PJTV tipster Nora Mahaney-Turley captured this fine example of the medical profession counter-protesting: