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Last night, I told you about the fake political hate crime here in Colorado at the Denver Democrat Party headquarters involving one “Maurice Schwenkler.”
This hammer-wielding person has been charged with felony mischief. This person’s accomplice is still on the loose.
Eleven windows were smashed, causing $11,000 in damage.
Schwenkler is a far Left nutball and transgender activist who guys by “Ariel Attack”. As part of Schwenkler’s work for the SEIU-tied 527 group Colorado Citizens Coalition, he/she canvassed for a state Democratic candidate, Mollie Collum.
Schwenkler has a prior criminal history…
On the last day of the 2008 Republican National Convention, he was charged with misdemeanor unlawful assembly in St. Paul, Minn.
Court records provided through the St. Paul Pioneer Press show he was jailed about 2 a.m.
…and unhinged grievances against Obama over gay rights, with declared intent to wreak havoc as inspired by eco-terrorist at the Earth Liberation Front:
The anti-Obama site says that Schwenkler is one of the bloggers behind Gender Munity, a site that advocates a direct-action approach to gay rights. One post, a “Communique from the Gender Liberation Front,” takes inspiration from radical activist groups like the Earth Liberation Front and the “Stonewall Rioters” by “seeking vulnerable targets and unleashing chaos”…
State Democrat Party Chair Pat Waak refuses to apologize for smearing conservative town hall protesters and stands by her political attack:
“I stand by my statement that I think there are people opposed to health care reform and there has been a lot of rhetoric that has prompted an atmosphere that I don’t think is constructive,” Waak said Wednesday. “It’s such a polarizing issue. It shouldn’t be.”
You’re the polarizer, Ms. Waak.
Republican Chairman Dick Wadhams has condemned the act and said he doesn’t believe the Democratic Party had anything to do with it. But he said Waak’s suggestion that the vandalism was somehow connected to the health care debate was appalling.
“It’s impugning anybody who is exercising their free speech and opposing the president’s proposal,” he said.