Sunday, October 24, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Coons Goons Trespass, Assault Three O'Donnell Staffers

Several supporters of Chris Coons, the Delaware Democratic U.S. Senate candidate did it again.  As you enter the Glasgow Medical Center on Glasgow Avenue in Bear, DE, Coons supporters started out by holding a peaceful protest.

But, while leading doctors from across the state held a press conference with Christine O'Donnell, two Coons  disrupted the press conference and were asked to leave.  By way of disrupting the press conference which was held in a conference room inside the Glasgow Medical Center, the Coons supporters trespassed on that property since they were not seeking medical care.

It was reported that they were asked to leave, but re-entered the building defying orders from security guards and possibly even Delaware State Police.

One Christine O'Donnell staffer is suffering from a head pain as she was shoved into a wall.  Two other staffers were also shoved, but their injuries are not known at this time.

This story is developing, and we will have more updates as they become available.

17 comments:

  1. Joe Biden's school of political tricks, modeled on a school founded by Joseph Stalin, seems to have produced a few over zealous graduates, disregarding the lesson on plausible deniability.

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  2. Joe's "dirty tricks" are much worse than pushing and shoving....he sends the DOJ to "investigate" rape victims...and more than a few rapists out there doing business for the corporations...

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  3. Apparently she is no threat to Coons and they are just doing this for the heck of it right... Go Get Them Christine!

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  4. I thought O'Donnell was just some kook and didn't need to paid attention to? Humm, seems like Coons Goons are just a bunch of afraid feckless piss ants, clinging to something. strutting and fretting their hour upon the stage, And then is heard no more.

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  5. She always had my vote, now I hope they DE will see what Coons trolls they really are and send them back to hell. They will be sorry for what they done. They have just won it for her.

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  6. FYI, these accusations are false. No one was ever arrested for assault or any other offense related to the events that took place yesterday.

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  7. There was no arrests? Had this events actaully taken place there would have been arrests. This article is a lie. Wow, stoop to new lows.

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  8. i was there yesterday, and this whole story is false, there were no arrests.

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  9. If someone was indeed assaulted, the numerous police on duty would have surely arrested those individuals responsible. Clearly, 2 Coons supporters would NOT have been difficult to apprehend had they been doing something wrong. Not to mention, I find it damn near impossible that 2 protesters could possibly assault 3 staffers. Those numbers makes about as much sense as O'Donnell's deficit reduction plan. Seems to me like this blog is taking its cue from Christine O'Donnell's "They are hiding in my bushes" handbook.

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  10. I agree with Anonymous: "2 Coons supporters would NOT have been difficult to apprehend".

    Hey Anonymous, why are you trolling here, anyway. hardly anyone comments here, so you really must be lost or something.

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    I agree with Nicole. Christine will win.

    So will Joe Miller
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    Ann Coulter said it best: "the astonishingly articulate O'Donnell vs. the unfortunate looking Coons." he he

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  12. Ginger Gibson at the News Journal reports that there was a scuffle and that the police was called.

    http://blogs.delawareonline.com/dialoguedelaware/2010/10/25/scuffle-at-odonnell-event-ends-with-no-arrests/comment-page-1/#comment-3977

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  13. Jason, there is NO question there was a scuffle but, NO ONE was assaulted! NO ONE!

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  14. How is there a scuffle but no one was a assaulted? Is that a union thug term. It takes at least two people to have a scuffle so someone was assulted. Give me a break!

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  15. Are you kidding me? According to Ms. Gibson, it sounds as if O'Donnell's "team" was trying to keep Delawareans from entering a public press conference. If that is the case, then their civil rights were violated. I don't care who you are, if the event is public, we the people have the right to attend. Sounds as if O'Donnell isn't the only one who doesn't know the constitution.

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