Radical Leftist Hijab Mob Disrupts Right Online Conference (Video)

A group of radical leftists, donning hijabs, invaded the Right Online conference on Saturday in Minneapolis. The incident took place on the same day that a radical leftist lawyer attacked Michele Bachmann on stage at the same conference.

It’s how the left operates.
TPM reported:

A group of around ten women in Muslim headscarves crashed the RightOnline conference for about ten minutes Saturday, protesting what they said was an incident targeting Muslim women Thursday night.

The event was the latest spark kicked up by the proximity of Netroots Nation and RightOnline. The two conferences are blocks apart — RightOnline is being held in a hotel many Netrootsers are staying in — and interaction between the progressives at Netroots and the conservatives at RightOnline has been inevitable.

A spokesperson for the group of women told TPM they weren’t sure of the identity of the man responsible for the Thursday incident — when two hijab-wearing women were followed by a man with a cell phone camera who reportedly asked them why they were dressed the way they were “in America” — but rumors that the incident involved an employee of conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart were rampant at Netroots.

It was partially a confrontation over those rumors that caused the Breitbart kerfuffle at Netroots Friday.

The women who arrived at RightOnline were Netroots attendees, and were accompanied by blogger Joe Aravosis and gay rights advocate/provocateur Dan Choi.

The Nutroots loons claim that the conservative Breitbart blogger was arrested after attacking a Muslim woman at Netroots 2011. So far they have not provided any proof that the alleged incident took place.

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