Andrew Breitbart: I Am Kenneth Gladney

On Thursday August 6, 2009, Kenneth Gladney was beaten by SEIU thugs after a Russ Carnahan town hall meeting in St. Louis.

Although he was too weak to speak after his public beating on Thursday, Kenneth Gladney attended the protest against SEIU violence on Saturday in St. Louis. Kenneth was beaten, kicked and called racist names by Russ Carnahan’s SEIU supporters after the town hall meeting on Thursday.

Andrew Breitbart speaks out for Kenneth Gladney. The state-run media, NAACP and ACLU remain silent on his beating.
The Washington Times reported:

The first round of protests against the Obama administration’s chaotic and rapid-fire expansion of government came in the form of grass-roots “tea parties,” which were predictably met with scorn by the Democrat-Media Complex (the natural coalition of the Democratic Party and the mainstream media.)

CNN’s Anderson Cooper and MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow led the charge, declaring concerned Americans “tea baggers,” an allusion to an absurd sexual fetish beneath describing in a family newspaper. This attack on hundreds of thousands of people practicing their constitutional right to protest speaks volumes not just about the hardened sociopolitical leanings of America’s journalistic elite, but about the brazenness with which they are now wielding their unprofessionalism…

The mainstream media and the Democratic Party are working in concert to make sure that what happened to President Bush — sustained organized grass-roots protests (“mobs,” if you will), relentless media criticism and permanent opposition-party obstructionism — does not happen to their guy. Complicating matters, the media’s fate is directly tied to the president’s. Without them, Barack Obama would still be a backbencher from Illinois…

Last week, a black gentleman named Kenneth Gladney went to a town-hall meeting hosted by Rep. Russ Carnahan, Missouri Democrat. While passing out “Don’t Tread on Me” flags, he was viciously attacked by Service Employees International Union (SEIU) members. One called him a “n*gger.”

These union thugs were directed by the White House to go to the protests and “punch back twice as hard.” And they did.

While the attack was captured on video and is available on YouTube, Mr. Gladney’s horrifying story is absent from MSNBC’s 24/7 media cycle. Mr. Krugman has yet to write about it. And Mr. Cooper has yet to condemn the attack.

On Sept. 12, I will be attending a tea party in Quincy, Ill., joining Instapundit professor Glenn Reynolds, Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft, and Tucker Carlson.

With the Democratic Party in control of all branches of government and the Fourth Estate acting as the Democratic Party’s protector, the tea party movement is the closest thing America has to checks and balances.

With the Democratic Party in control of all branches of government and the Fourth Estate acting as the Democratic Party’s protector, the tea party movement is the closest thing America has to checks and balances.

If that isn’t enough to motivate you, perhaps showing your solidarity with Kenneth Gladney, a fellow patriot, is.

More… Via InstapunditMark Steyn:

“Gotta love this ‘post-racial America’: Democrat union heavies can beat up a black guy using racial epithets and leave him in a wheelchair unable to speak – and happily (unlike, say, a black professor being asked for picture ID) it’s not ’symbolic’ of anything at all. Not a Sharpton in sight to speak up for him: Mr Gladney’s only shot at fame is an entry in The Guinness Book Of Records under ‘Least Famous Black Hate-Crime Victim In America’.”

The September 12th Quincy Tea Party is 33 days away.
Please mark your calendars now to attend this Midwest regional rally.
Local tea party patriots Dana Loesch, Bill Hennessey, Kevin Jackson and Gina & John Loudon will be speaking at the rally.

UPDATE: Where’s Gladney’s invite to the White House?

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