Tea party ‘infiltration,’ destruction promised. ‘Crash the Tea Party’ website beckons, “Let’s get to work. This Tea Party isn’t going to destroy itself.”
‘We are sick of … racists who constitute fake grass-roots movement’
A new website has appeared that should earn the support of tea-party critics such as CNN’s Anderson Cooper and his compatriots: CrashTheTeaParty.org.
“Let’s get to work. This Tea Party isn’t going to destroy itself … Or is it?
But whether the website succeeds remains to be seen, because a random assortment of visitors to the new site so far haven’t been enamored. Here is the DISCUSSION FORUM: HELLO PARTY CRASHERS!
“Just TRY to show up at the rallies! We’ve got your number. We have LOTS of security And many veterans, Oathkeepers and other well qualified people who can spot phonies, trouble-makers, SEIU thugs – and MORONS – very quickly,” wrote one forum contributor.
“We outnumber you and we are well organized. News of this site is spreading virally as we SPEAK and our goal is to VANQUISH you before you even get started!”
Another eloquently expressed his – or her – innermost feelings, with: “….belch!”
The site was reporting 173 users online this afternoon, and at least one was someone with a liberal perspective.
“Seriously, y’all… this is so not a good idea. It will get out that the liberal fringe is trying to disrupt and dismantle the Tea Party and not only will it make us look *so* bad, it will only fire up the crazies you’re fighting against. Leave them alone. Let their self-importance grow. Let them nominate somebody. Because do you know what it means when The Tea Party becomes an official 3rd party? It means the Dems win.”
The site described itself as a “network of Democrats, Republicans, and Independents who are all sick and tired of that loose affiliation of racists, homophobes and morons who constitute the fake grass-roots movement which calls itself ‘The Tea Party.'”
“In an effort to propagate their pre-existing propensity for paranoia and suspicion – we have already sat quietly in their meetings and observed their rallies. Whenever possible, we will act on behalf of the tea party in ways which exaggerate their least appealing qualities (misspelled protest signs, wild claims in TV interviews, etc.) to further distance them from mainstream America and damage the public’s opinion of them. We will also use the inside information that we have gained in order to disrupt and derail their plans.”
The Obama writer calls the tea parties “a coalition of conservatives, anti-Semites, fascists, libertarians, racists, constitutionalists, militia men, gun freaks, homophobes, Ron Paul supporters, Alex Jones conspiracy types and American flag wavers.” WND