The Michigan House Democrats tweeted out a call to violence today over the right to work bill that was passed by Republicans in the House and Senate.

“We are going to undo 100 years of labor relations.  And there will be blood.  We will relive the battle of Overpass.” -Geiss

The Democrats later removed the tweet.

…But not before Dana Loesch saved a copy of it.

Surely, Barack Obama will condemn this leftist violence?




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  1. Bet me that this coward would only spill blood if backed 100 to 1.

  2. Bring that noise down here to Columbus, Ohio (soon to be a right-to-work state, as we’re bleeding tens of thousands of jobs next door to Indiana.)

    You won’t leave the state in one piece, boy.

  3. Cluebat to Thugs: UAW got their commie-pinko asses handed to them at the Battle of the Overpass.

  4. Time to call out the state troopers. If they can’t get the job done, then the MI National Guard would be next.

  5. Obama was inciting them yesterday. Anything that happens will be blood on his hands.

  6. Yes, let’s repeat the Battle of the Overpass. Walter Reuther got his A$$ beat.

  7. Dana rocks… glad she was all over this and snapped the screenshot.

  8. Let me be clear, as your leader I order you to commit violence against anybody who did not vote for me… or my cronies! Screw economics! Screw small business!

    This gives my cronies the green light to violence. You will not be held responsible if you commit violence. I am sure Eric Holder, PSY and Bill Ayers would agree.

    My limousine is guzzling $4.29 per gallon premium fuel and I have a meeting with my Union leaders. I cannot answer any more questions. Good day.

  9. Sounds like an act of sedition. Time to haul some dems off to jail. Perhaps time for a shotgun lineup as well.

  10. “Stop calling me Shirley”

    -B H Obummer

  11. Re #13, I believe a better term is anarchy, that is lawmakers promoting lawlessness. Either way, they should be arrested nd prosecuted

  12. the law that required non-union members to pay union dues was passed during the carter administration not a hundred years ago. take a history course geiss.

    the right-to-work laws are for the workers. the mandatory dues laws are for union leaders.


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