Seditious Outrage In Olympia
After marching through the streets of downtown Olympia a group of roughly 200 people gather at the Port Plaza for a rally Tuesday afternoon, November 6, 2007. The USNS Brittin is docked in the background as military equipment continues to be unloaded at the Port of Olympia.
Work began Monday evening on the USNS Brittin unloading military equipment returning from Iraq. The cargo was used to support the 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division Stryker Brigade Combat Team that celebrated its return to Ft. Lewis in October after a 15-month deployment.
Their latest acts of destruction and sabotage? Activists protesting military shipments at the Port of Olympia poured cement over railroad tracks to try to block shipments coming out of the Port today, according to Olympia police. Nobody was arrested after protesters unsuccessfully tried to keep trains from leaving the Port, said Olympia police Lt. Jim Costa. The Port cleaned up the cement, Costa said.
Nobody was arrested? The Port cleaned up the cement? Can you spell a-n-a-r-c-h-y? A member of the far Left Portland Indymedia site trumpeted the dangerous vandalism here.
The unhinged mob is out of control and it's not done yet. Watch what your fellow Americans are doing in Olympia to "support the troops:"
The Olympian's photo gallery of the week's mob takeover is here.
Thanks to our dear Pat for bringing us this!