by Jack

For well over a month, perhaps two months, the democrat “tacticians for dirty tricks” have devised a plan to take over important political meetings by packing the house and then disrupting the (GOP) (insert name) speaker. 

These are of course are all in republican districts and the dems want rattle GOP lawmakers, stop their messages from getting out and intimidate them.   This political protesting at its worst. 

The carefully orchestrated flash mob makes it impossible for the area representative to speak about important issues or answer legit questions from the real constituents.  

This national democrat policy for disruption and division has even found it’s way to our little part of the world.

Recently, local Chico democrat activists packed an Oroville town hall meeting where Congressman Doug LaMalfa was attempting to speak.  The raucous nature of the crowd made that all but impossible.   At one point LaMalfa walked off the stage under a barrage of boos and jeers.  However, he returned a short time later and tried to quiet the crowd, but to no avail.

The ER reported, “As the crowd yelled through each response. A 16-year-old high school student offered his perspective:  “I think the immaturity is astounding,” said Greyson Reynolds.

Reynolds is an Oroville High School junior. He says he was at Monday’s meeting to thank LaMalfa for holding a similar Q & A at his high school. The atmosphere according to Reynolds was much different.  “Night and day. It’s hard to believe that these people are grown adults and those people, the people at my high school are children. You’d think it was the opposite,” said Reynolds.”

What took place in Oroville and other places across the USA is nothing short of an attempt to subvert democracy.  It is one of the most egregious uses of the 1st amendment I have ever witness.   I’m glad I wasn’t there, I would have been tempted to defend my right to hear my Congressman!

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  1. J. Soden says:

    Gotta wonder why is it always the LunaticLeft who is trying to silence speakers . . . . Anyone with a different opinion is an immediate target.

    Following the money might bring about sedition charges . . . .

  2. Peggy says:

    Time for the Tea Party groups to get active again to attend republican and democrats rep’s town hall meetings. They made a big difference before and helped fill over 1,000 seats from blue to red across the country.

    Dems are using the TP’s playbook, because it worked. With Soros’ money, Obama and Hillary’s Resist groups they will be a major voice to contend with.

    • Tina says:

      Peggy they mimic the Tea Party only in that they have organized themselves to strike at Town Halls but they are nothing like the TP as you know.

      Conservatives in the Tea Party confronted their representatives. In many cases they were angry, but they wanted to hear what their representative had to say. The angry mobs at those Tea Party Town Halls were mostly paid protesters (often from the SEIU) of the opposition.

      The first Tea Party protest, quickly arranged through the miracle of conservative media, was a grass roots event that thereafter became an organized movement once we conservatives saw the numbers in DC that day. Before that I don’t think we realized we had so many friends!

      • Peggy says:

        It was the organizing I was referring to getting going again, not the bad behavior. The Dem protestors, paid and unpaid, are at the meetings to shut down the speakers, just like they do at college campuses,

        Getting the truth out is what is important. If in person town halls won’t work there’s phone town halls being used by some and even Facebook’s live streaming would work. We can not be silenced. The fascist left must be stopped from letting the right speak.

        • Tina says:

          Right on Peggy! The radical progressive (fascist) left never stops organizing. Obama is leading the charge. He sees himself as a player on the world stage now and is organizing a foundation on the same order ad bill and Hills….probably just as corrupt if not more so. Those midterm elections have them fired up.

          I imagine most of us still feel as committed as ever to our own causes and methods behind the Constitution, individual liberty, and the rule of law…maybe more so given our justice department FBI have let us down.

  3. J. Soden says:

    REALLY worth a read!
    Carter Page’s response to Demwits on Senate Intelligence Committee’s fishing expedition:

    Although it seems that “intelligence” is among the missing with Demwit committee members.

  4. Libby says:

    So what were you gonna do, Jack? Shoot them all?

    I haven’t come to a conclusion yet about this new fashion, actual attendance at Congressional representative meetings. But I do know that when I, only recently covered, become uncovered, I will make noise.

    Besides, Jack, he sends you emails, does he not? … rhapsodizing over the party’s epoch of mean-mindedness? So you don’t need to hear about it, but we need to make noise about it.

  5. Tina says:

    We don’t have to shoot, Jack. Intimidation by the big dog might work. After all we are talking about the right of citizens to assemble and to speak their minds…to engage in conversation.

    Instead we are witnessing bullies out to prevent the peaceful exchange of ideas, sometimes they turn violent.

    They’re Hypocrites! They don’t stand for free speech as the old sixties hippies claimed. They are not the least bit tolerant. They are not inclusive. In fact they are a bunch of bigoted, haughty bullies and jerks who need to be reminded where they live.

  6. TruthToPower says:


    you guys are funny. So the tea party is being tea partied? hahahaha

    Town halls are for the purpose of sounding out. Sorry but Democracy is a messy thing.

    Going to take healthcare from tens of millions of people and they are suppose to just say yes sir! and bow down?


    You are not the majority and neither are the democrats. You have seen nothing yet. Us Independents are coming after corrupt Dems and Reps.

    My My people are rising and many are Republicans…… Your healthcare? you got yours?

    Wait til they cut medicaid and start evicting seniors from nursing homes! you will really be pounding the keys!

    Thanks for the enjoyment

    • Tina says:

      “Town halls are for the purpose of sounding out”

      Preventing the representative from speaking in an exchange is not “sounding out.” It is useless, disrespectful bullying that satisfies only the simple minded.

      You are not the majority either. But even if you were, so what? This is not the way to make yourselves heard or convince your representative that you have valid concerns. A mob filled with “sound and fury signifying nothing,” (Shakespeare) has no say. It is just a lot of annoying noise.

      You live in America where your voice can be heard, try acting like you appreciate the privilege and respect the same for others.

      I’ve been prepared for cuts in “Medicare” for at least thirty years when it was acknowledged that it is unsustainable and adding to our debt. Your bullying and threats don’t mean a thang!

  7. Post Scripts says:

    Dewey, Town Halls are designed for legislators to meet with voters, hear legitimate complaints, suggestions or even words of encouragement and for legislator to express his side. Instead, what we have today is a blatant attempt to disrupt these meeting into anarchy and chaos. How you (Dewey) could conflate anarchy with a reasonable discourse between citizens and their representative only proves how far off base you are…DEWEY!!!

  8. J. Soden says:

    This congressman had a great idea. Buried on the story is the idea that those attending town halls be limited to the residents of the congressman’s district.

    Seems like a good idea to keep out riffraff – as well as paid “protestors” and rabble-rousing reporters.

    • Libby says:

      On he contrary, J. I believe it was at a Town Hall in West Virginia the other day that the citizens registered to attend online, giving their addresses; showed up with ID bearing this address … and commenced to raise hell. They made it very plain that if the MacArthur Amendment (among other things) is not stripped from the ACHA, he is going to lose his job.

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