The Occupy movement continued its outreach program of thuggery, harassment and intimidation on Black Friday.

At least one group of occupiers handed out “cum-sumer whores” fliers to Wal-Mart shoppers.

Meanwhile, the San Diego occupiers stormed into a Wal-Mart, filled 75 carts with merchandise, disrupted shoppers by chanting their nonsense for several minutes at the cash registers, then fled the store leaving behind 75 full carts for the employees to put away.
Via Free Republic:

Do they really think this thuggery is going to persuade people to join them?

Here’s more on the incident:

Approximately 75 people met up this morning at a transit center with the knowledge of flash mob that will happen and nothing else. I was a little apprehensive being that I didn’t know how we could incoroprate dancing into the 99% movement, nor having much ability to dance. Their idea on the flash mob was that we’d all enter Walmart inconspicuously and shop for 30 minutes, filling up our carts as much as possible. Then we’d meet at the front to check out and the first person to get up to a checker calls asks the cashier to page their child (Michael Check) to the checkstand cause they’re ready to leave, and then right after the page:

MIC CHECK! Citizens of Walmart!! Greetings and welcome back from the food coma!! In the spirit of holiday giving, we believe a discussion is in order about the meaning of value and low cost. For every low-priced product purchased at Walmart, your communities pay the difference. Every price drop represents mistreated workers who STILL cannot feed their families, STILL cannot afford their homes, and STILL cannot payoff their tuitions. Every sweet deal can be attributed to our jobs being outsourced from American communities. Each item on sale helps bankrupt small businesses. YOU, YOUR COMMUNITIES, AND YOUR WORKERS ARE BEING ABUSED!! Walmart intentionally underemploys, forgoing REAL benefits for social services, costing California taxpayers $86 million annually. Walmart employees are overworked, underpaid, and left under-insured in poor and unsafe conditions. Walmart could fire its employees for the mere mention of forming a workers union; which is the best tool American workers have to protect their rights. Corporate beasts such as this one bleed our communities dry by putting the local business owners, who actually have personal stake in your communities, at a disadvantage against these gluttonous juggernauts. Yet they have the nerve to tell you it’s for your benefit. WE DO NOT HAVE TO BUY THE SCAM!! WE DO NOT HAVE TO BUY DOLLAR-COLLARS FOR OUR FAMILIES!! WE DO NOT HAVE TO BUY ANY OF THIS!! SELF-MADE GIFTS HAVE MORE POWER ANYWAY!! So this holiday season, give yourselves, your families, and your communities the gift of empowerment!! ACT LOCALLY!! SHOP SMALL BUSINESS!! BUY AMERICAN!! Thank you, Exit Safely, and remember to smile…

After that there was applause as we all 75 left our carts and exited the disgusting, big box store. We received thumbs ups from employess, smiles from most, claps at the end, and when walking out the three cops there smiled at us as we walked past shouting, “We are the 99%, YOU are the 99%!” We did the same to a second Walmart and then had to call it a day since other activities were planned.

 

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  1. ++

    they’re doing it for the children, oh wait..

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  2. Class, pure class.

    No wonder Little Billy Ayers has to go out and teach the Occcommies how to properly demonstrate and protest.

  3. Protesting in Wal-Mart…They should be beat down with cheap Chinese merchandise
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  4. They received thumbs up from shoppers and employees after flash mobbing an already packed store and dumping 75 carraiges of merchandise. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight…… Ya know, there’s this bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you.

  5. Somebody needs to head to the sporting good section, grab some bats and start whacking some melons.

    Then they’ll stop this nonsense.

  6. We received thumbs ups from employess, smiles from most, claps at the end, and when walking out the three cops there smiled at us as we walked past shouting, “We are the 99%, YOU are the 99%!”

    And by the way, that is a steaming load of a lie.

  7. They’re gonna lose support based solely on the fact that it takes them 15 minutes just to spit two sentences out.

  8. #4 November 26, 2011 at 2:13 pm
    Hacker 69 commented:

    They received thumbs up from shoppers and employees after flash mobbing an already packed store and dumping 75 carraiges of merchandise. Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight…… Ya know, there’s this bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you.
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    Yup. And while we are at it, let me point out that Walmart consistently, in every community across the country, pays more than the going rate at any other retailer – large or small. As for their “underinsurance” when my girls & nephew worked at Walmart they had the best medical insurance to be had in the retail industry – even part time employees – AND they had a very low cost stock option buy-in.

    I’m not a fan of some of Walmart’s policies and not happy that so much of our manufacturing has been moved to China, something in which Walmart had a big hand, but their employees are hardly slave laborers. It really does not matter what store, large or small, you make your purchases or where you eat or where you buy your groceries. Outside of management, retail is not well paid.

  9. I love it!

    Yes, it’s an inconvenience for the poor Wal-Mart workers who had to put the stuff back, but every action like this means less “Obama” votes!

  10. Call me crazy, but this sounds like a union goon theater piece.

    I’m sure the “media” will report all those smiles and applause for the goons!

  11. #10 November 26, 2011 at 2:26 pm
    PJ commented:

    Call me crazy, but this sounds like a union goon theater piece.

    I’m sure the “media” will report all those smiles and applause for the goons!
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    Yup – pure Pallywood. The clappers are probably part of the flash mob too.

  12. This is domestic terrorism NOT “protest”, local law enforcement, the FBI and CIA should be involved at this point.

  13. At least they did not walk out the front door with 75 full carts. Not to many things could stop 75 people if they wanted to leave with stuff. They had no get away car. It might not have fitted in the purple union bus that was running in the parked lot.

  14. Jackasses.
    Why are they allowed to continually interrupt people who work and are trying to do what they need to do?
    Do they really think they have any support outside of their own little circle of misfits?

  15. Thanks for leaving the 99% Wal Mart workers many hours of work in order to restock the things you bastards took down for fun.

  16. They complain about workers being abused, then leave them all those carts with things to be put away. One of the least desirable tasks.

    These OWS’ers are THE most inconsiderate group of people I’ve ever known.

    I’m glad I’m not their mother.

    Makes me wonder how they were raised, to be such spoiled, selfish, inconsiderate, attention-seeking little miserable brats.

  17. #6: My take on it is that they were applauded when they exited the premises. The smell soon returned to normal after their departure! Bawhahahaha!!!!

  18. All this requires are a few interviews with employess and customers that were there. This is a union narrative.

  19. The only people applauding were the members of the flash mob. The rest of the people in line just stared at them with glazed eyes.



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