Christian73 saidWhen democratic processes are set aside for the benefit of the ideologically rich, violence is the likely consequence.
Of course, the "attack" on Steven Crowder has already been debunked as yet another right-wing selective editing con job. It's just predictable at this point. Send "correspondent" (re: failed comedian) to controversial site, have producers off camera incite violence and then edit the resulting footage to smear the people protesting. Then 24-48 hours later the full video hits and the jig is up and only the rubes like riddler are screeching about it.
Yep - completely fabricated.
You apparently have no shame. Incite violence? Ah so you mean even the attack on the tent was fabricated? Sorry, by your logic, those who want to keep the property they own and earn should be allowed to riot against those who want to take it.
Given the track record of Fox News and the Brietbart wing of the GOP, why would anyone believe anything they claim?
And Newsbusters is the most ridiculous sort of propaganda outlet, pushing the false claims of the GOP.
But you are right. I don't have any shame when it comes to workers standing up for their rights against oligarchs who want to suspend democracy in order to advance their predatory form of capitalism.
In general, I don't condone violence but when citizens are denied the ability to work through democratic channels, it's understandable that the frustration can boil over, particularly when a propaganda outlet like Fox plants agent provocateurs to inflame the situation.