Occupy threat at RNC Tampa convention
Tampa Police Find Bricks, Pipes And Occupy-Related Graffiti On Rooftop Near RNC Site… – http://t.co/7JIdYACP
— Weasel Zippers (@weaselzippers) August 22, 2012
Tampa police say they’ve confiscated bricks and pipes from a rooftop in Tampa, and discovered what they say is “anarchist” graffiti.
The anonymous symbol was spray painted, along with the number “99″ in red paint.
All of it was found on top of a building at 1000 North Florida Ave., which is at the corner of Florida Avenue and Tyler Street.
— Obacalypse (@Obacalypse) August 22, 2012
— ☮ Dennis Burk Lintz (@Dennis_Lintz) August 22, 2012
The liquored-up occupier in the YouTube video says the increased police presence at the filthy Occupy RNC Tampa camp makes him feel as if he’s in a “police state” like Beirut or Afghanistan.
Poor baby. Maybe a visit to some Wounded Warriors who have actually been to a real police state might sober him up.
If anyone from St. Louis is going that direction, these two girls need a ride to Tampa. Just make sure you have good ventilation in your vehicle:
— stop&think (@theycallmesoma) August 22, 2012
We also have some helpful information for anyone interested in joining the dirty hippies in Tampa, thanks to The Gateway Pundit. He links to their Facebook page and RNC Tampa Schedule.
Activities include “Shut Down Bain,” work groups, more work groups and more work groups, and you won’t want to miss:
The West Tampa Occupy Choir!
“A Lighthearted Activity for all to enjoy/participate…If you don’t sing, just clap along, shake a homemade rattle or beat on a plastic bucket…We will be learning two or three protest-inspired songs: “Redemption Song”, by the king of reggae, Bob Marley, “This Land Is Your Land” by Woody Guthrie, possibly “Get Up, Stand Up” ;again, a Bob Marley masterpiece of a protest song.”
As always, sunlight is the best disinfectant.
And rain. Occupiers are sensitive souls that tend crawl back into their smelly tents at the first sign of inclement weather.
— Dr. Matt (@DrMatthew) August 22, 2012
(Let’s hope Dr. Matthew isn’t a doctor in real life. Scary.)