Leftist Moonbat Protester Arrested Outside RNC with Machete, Resisting Arrest with Violence in Tampa, FL
Hey is that a Machete strapped to your leg or are you just glad to see the RNC in town?
As reported at BayNews9, a Leftist protester was arrested outside of the RNC with a machete strapped to his leg. Jason T. Wilson, of Tallahassee, FL was arrested as he walked in the RNC Event Zone carrying a “full size” machete. Because every one needs to be carrying a machete. Wilson was arrested and taken to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office on charges of prohibited items in event zone and resisting arrest with violence. Why do I think that this will just be the first of many moonbat arrests over the next couple of days in Tampa?
A Republican National Convention protestor was arrested while he allegedly carried a machete strapped to his leg, according to deputies.
According to Hillsborough County Sheriff’s officials, Jason T. Wilson, of Tallahassee, was arrested as he walked in the RNC Event Zone carrying a “full size” machete.
When deputies approached Wilson, they said he continued to walk away despite orders to stop.
Other anarchist and Leftist actions can be read at the Lonely Conservative.
Police say Wilson of Tallahassee resisted arrest but was subdued and taken to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. He faces charges of carrying a prohibited item in the event zone and resisting arrest.
EXIT QUESTION: Is this what has become of the tingle that ran up Chris Matthews leg?
Posted August 27, 2012 by Scared Monkeys
2012 Elections, Arrest, Crime, Mitt Romney - Paul Ryan 2012, Moonbats, Obamanation, Presidential Election, RNC, WTF | 17 comments
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That tingle was actually warm and running down his leg.
Is there any evidence to support the label “leftist” for this person?
Is there any evidence to support the label “protester” for this person?
This can’t possibly be a case of making up a story to fit an agenda, could it?
RE: “Because every one needs to be carrying a machete” – (ironically speaking).
IMO, the logical equivalent to this would have been to question why there were people carrying guns at 2008 political events. However, I don’t recall that question being raised by non-Obama supporters.
Hmmm? Are carrying weapons a partisan issue; that its OK for us, but not for you?
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The Democrats and their left-wing loons will try anything to disrupt the convention. I hope they are unable to be successful in anything they try.
Every good boy scout needs a machete, at least that is what a Star Scout told me once , as I squeezed his mangled pinky into the resemblance of a finger, and payed I remembered my anatomy well enough to keep the blood supply intact.
We laid down some ground rules after that , as to what “every
good scout should have in the way of a knife.”
Every good scout should have a knife. About that ther is no doubt.
So the old Scout Master can’t spell, I can still tie a mean bowline, or pull your butt out of rampaging river.
#2, nah he was not a leftist loon, he was there carving coconuts.
What’s the matter, you seem mad. Did you not like the +9 D WAPO poll that had Obama losing by one.
I guess he must have just got lost and wandered from Tallahassee to Tampa? Its only 4 hours 25 minutes, 243.7 mi between the two. Please, don’t be so desperate.
Well, MS 13 specializes in machete murder. They are after all just some of Obama’s Natural Born Democrats. He seems to love thugs. I do believe that he is campaigning with a pro basketball player who shot a video with some prominent gangster thugs who were demonstrating how to put a bullet in the head of a snitch. Shameful to say the least.
Ha Ha Ha – You’ve got to be kidding. That is what you would call evidence?
SM: Actually I am laughing at the troll that you have become. As previously stated … don’t do there. Maybe these twisted Moonbats could not find their brethren because they had been arrested with a machete.
Frustrated Lib Activists: “Where the F**k Are the Protesters” (Video)
Personally i think its because they were to afraid of the water. Throw in a little soap and would have been a perfect combination.
There is more circumstantial evidence that this guy was a protester that you and your ilk have that Romney was a felon, a tax cheat and a murderer. That did not stop you from defending it. Must have missed your moral outrage and questioning that Romney was a tax cheat and murderer.
I am finished responding to you … when one comes a troll and is just on a site to waste time. Its over. You are an Obama sycophant who does not have the slightest clue how to fix an economy or grow jobs. Obviously you like the present situation in the United States and think we are headed in the right direction. If that is the case, you are a lost cause.
“circumstantial evidence” – I agree with you; the circumstance is that he was there, so therefore he must be a “protester” and if he is a “protester” he must be a “leftest”. In my world, a protester has a message or is in a group that has a message. From all accounts, this guy was alone with no signs or political t-shirt, etc.; just a big-a$$ knife. For all I know, he is a weapons fan or stand-your-ground fan; anything more would be speculation or conjecture.
ABC was less precise, stating “arrest . . . made during protests”; which is more about the circumstances, and less about the person.
Language is important, and bias is not helpful to understand actual events. There is no Obama or Romney side to this story or my comments on it. I was talking about language; End of discussion from my perspective.
p.s. If I’m considered troll because I disagree, that seems unfairly biased. I claim, and think my comments routinely raise fact-based points, and are generally not simply to cause a ruckus. I attempt to directly address what is written, including responses to me.
Without rereading my comments, I really doubt I’ve made a specific statement of political support one way or the other. I’ve asked questions, I’ve challenged opinions as fact, I’ve looked for hidden bias or meaningless claims in comments. All true. But I do this not as an explicit advocate for a candidate.
Given that stories here are very often pro-Romney or anti-Obama, challenging them would, understandingly, and by definition, appear as explicitly anti-Romney or pro-Obama. However, I don’t believe my comments are simply me throwing bombs, generally speaking. I endeavor to make a point on specific aspects of what I see and read.
I don’t know if words cause fear in others, but that’s not what I believe. I’ve learned from this site, and believe I’ve offered new info that others could have missed.
My “life” is in your hands, so perhaps this is my swan song. It is what it is.
RK: how is slave life on the democrat plantation ?
He could also just be an attention-seeker. I know a lady who had a compulsion to go wherever the news cameras were going something legitimate and do something to get noticed. She wasn’t “this crazy”, but if she was…..
13 – now that’s what I think real trolls would say!
SM: Actually that is not what a troll would say … a troll would defend Biden’s chains comment as free speech.
14 – “this crazy”? You don’t even begin to know the meaning of those words!
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