Friday, August 11, 2017

Armed men distribute anti-worker propaganda

America is sliding harum-scarum into becoming the command state the Far Right has always dreamed of.

In St. Joseph, Missouri, a group of 4 men armed with guns have been confronting folks outside the Buchanan County Courthouse and shoving anti-worker propaganda brochures in their faces. The leaflets support Missouri's hated "right-to-work" law that infringes on the right of workers to enter into a union security agreement. A referendum may be coming soon to repeal the law. In fact, Missourians voted this law down at least once before.

One of the armed men purported to be a notary.

The right-to-scab thought police doesn't have facts on their side, so they have to resort to marching around the courthouse with guns.

It's no wonder the NAACP recently issued a travel advisory for the Show Me State - the only time the NAACP has ever issued such an advisory for any state.

(Source: http://www.newspressnow.com/news/local_news/armed-men-at-courthouse/article_0af8390c-f329-54ee-9403-4e88d08f3c77.html)

1 comment:

  1. They gave not only a carry permit but also a NOTARY COMMISSION to these assholes??

    Memories of Ernie Fletcher..

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