OWS Protesters: Rush More Dangerous Than Al-Qaeda
Now, a couple days ago, might have even been yesterday, our buddies at the Media Research Center, Brent Bozell, they sent a guy down to Ground Zero, the Occupy Wall Street. By the way, folks, let me ask you something. I don’t know about you. I’m getting Occupy Wall Street fatigue. I’ve had it since day one. That’s not a problem for the media. They’re hanging on the every action that the Occupy Wall Street people are taking, and I’m convinced that the media is hanging on here hoping and praying that we get the equivalent of a car wreck. They’re hoping some sort of Kent State type massacre is gonna take place. They are hoping that there’s going to be some kind of civil disobedience. They are hoping that general unrest is gonna take place, the riot is gonna start, the cops are gonna go in there to try quell the riot. I think that’s what they’re hoping for. This is the chaos that everybody is looking for.
Have you seen the photos? Have you seen the photos of these parks after the occupation protests have been forced, to de-occupy ’em so people can go in there and clean ’em up? Where’s all the recycling? Where is all the saving the environment? Where’s all the organic stuff? Where’s whatever these people claim is necessary to save the planet? I can’t tell if these are pictures from Occupy Wall Street or from that earthquake in Turkey. These people are pigs! They’re leaving their places an absolute mess — and there doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of recycling going on, unless you count recycling bunch of hippie nonsense from the sixties in terms of attitude and behavior. I thought these are the people that love Gaia. I thought these are the people that love Mother Earth. I thought these are the people that didn’t like any pollution, didn’t like any trash, didn’t like any garbage. Look at the mess they’re making wherever they are, and you didn’t see these kind of messes following Tea Party rallies.