Conservative radio personality Mark Williams, who resigned from the Tea Party Express in disgrace after writing a blatantly racist blog post, has a plan to sabotage the rallies being held in support of Wisconsin’s public employees, which have started to sprout up across the country (emphasis mine):

Here is what I am doing in Sacramento, where they are holding a 5:30 PM event this coming Tuesday: (1) I signed up as an organizer (2) with any luck they will contact me and I will have an “in” (3) in or not I will be there and am asking as many other people as can get there to come with, all of us in SEIU shirts (those who don’t have them we can possibly buy some from vendors likely to be there) (4) we are going to target the many TV cameras and reporters looking for comments from the members there (5) we will approach the cameras to make good pictures… signs under our shirts that say things like “screw the taxpayer!” and “you OWE me!” to be pulled out for the camera (timing is important because the signs will be taken away from us) (6) we will echo those slogans in angry sounding tones to the cameras and the reporters. (7) if I do get the ‘in’ I am going to do my darnedest to get podium access and take the mic to do that rant from there…with any luck and if I can manage the moments to build up to it, I can probably get a cheer out of the crowd for something extreme.

Here’s a screen capture of Williams’ plan:

I guess when those union “thugs” attending a series of largely peaceful rallies don’t turn out to be violent or confrontational enough, some conservatives think they should take matters into their own hands and create their own news.

H/T to The Political Carnival.

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2 Responses to Conservatives plan to undermine pro-labor rallies

  1. T. says:

    He took it down from his original site. I’m laughing so hard at this.

  2. Zach says:

    Actually, the entire site is down…

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