Do you remember a few months ago, when the SEIU and its mob of zombies stomped all over private property, terrorizing a 14-year old boy who was home alone at the time?…And the police facilitated it stood by and did nothing?
Armed with nothing more than a cameraman, a megaphone, and more courage than an army of purple people eaters, this woman decided to pay Beelzebubthe SEIU office in Arizona a vist and shame the SEIU by reminding them that their Arizona boycott was hurting Arizona and SEIU members’ jobs.
The funny thing is, the SEIU got so beside themselves with having the shoe on the other foot that they called the police.
Imagine what they’d do with a hundred angry housewives at their front door.
“I bring reason to your ears, and, in language as plain as ABC, hold up truth to your eyes.” Thomas Paine, December 23, 1776
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