Friday, June 11, 2010

Governor punches protester..humm..

Caught on tape: Governor punches Tea Party protester

Here is the story:
ALIPAC is issuing the following statement.


"The punch to Nathan Tabor's face in front of his wife and crying child was an assault on all Americans that value free speech and freedom to assemble. We call on President Obama to publicly speak out against this violence conducted by one of his supporters against his political opposition. We also call on the US Justice Department to file charges against Governor Spencer for violating Mr. Tabor's civil rights and violating the civil rights of all Tea Party supporters and Americans that wish to speak out against the President without fear of violent reprisals." -- William Gheen, President of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) www.alipac.us


Activists are encouraged to call the White House at 202-456-1111 to demand that Obama publicly denounce the violence conducted by his supporter against his political opposition.

Jim Hoft of BigGovernment.com reports...

"On Tuesday June 8, the North Carolina Tea Party Patriots held a protest against government bailouts in front of Rep. Mel Watt's (D-N.C.) Greensboro office. During the protest a raging leftist goon, Governor Spencer, turned out, disrupted the protest, confronted the patriots, argued with them and then... He started throwing punches!
The whole thing was caught on tape.
The raging goon, Governor Spencer, slugged Nathan Tabor, a business owner and head of the Forsyth County Republican Party and a former candidate for senator.
Governor Spencer is a union organizer, a socialist and a black liberation activist. Spencer led the Greensboro K-Mart protests of 1995 and mobilized families, communities, and "the Pulpit Forum of Greensboro, a coalition of progressive clergy, to commit acts of civil disobedience."

ALIPAC Inside Scoop

According to information provided to ALIPAC...
Mr. Tabor was punched in the face in front of his wife and screaming 5 year old daughter (heard in the video). He went to the magistrate's office with police and a white magistrate issued an arrest warrant for Governor Spencer.

A black magistrate rescinded the arrest warrant and issued summons to appear in court to both Governor Spencer and Nathan Tabor despite the fact the responding officer testified he had seen the videos and that Mr. Tabor had committed no assault. The magistrates refused to view the videos.
ALIPAC is issuing the following statement.

"The punch to Nathan Tabor's face in front of his wife and crying child was an assault on all Americans that value free speech and freedom to assemble. We call on President Obama to publicly speak out against this violence conducted by one of his supporters against his political opposition. We also call on the US Justice Department to file charges against Governor Spencer for violating Mr. Tabor's civil rights and violating the civil rights of all Tea Party supporters and Americans that wish to speak out against the President without fear of violent reprisals." -- William Gheen, President of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) www.alipac.us

The ALIPAC Team

www.alipac.us

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