Apparently, the Black Friday Occupation isn’t working out so well for some #OWS protesters in Oklahoma City [#OccupyOKC].
After standing in the middle of the check out lanes and attempting to convince the WalMart workers to give up their jobs (jobs are slavery now, according to #OccupyOKC) and the shoppers to quit shopping, they tried to make a run for it and, based on the final scene, appear to have gotten the opportunity to occupy a jail cell.
Apparently, the #OccupyOKC protesters havehad another event planned for this afternoon, but it appears to have been cancelled.
According to #OccupyOKC website, 10 occupiers were arrested.
According to one #OccupyOKC sympathizer, “as of 10:30 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 25th, five of the 10 Occupy OKC protesters have bailed out of the Del City jail.” [The Marxist mouth in the red plaid shirt was supposedly charged with resisting arrest.]
It’s unknown, however, whether the United Food & Commercial Workers have posted bail for the occupiers.
Just another day of the #OWS’ occupation of insanity.
“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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