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For his Labor Day weekend trick, AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka leveled the charge of McCarthyism at former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. This is a bit rich from a guy with blood on his hands -- and I don't say that figuratively, either.
At a September 2 meeting sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor, Trumka claimed that "Palinism" was the "new McCarthyism" and warned that if she kept up her rhetoric she would be guilty of inciting her followers. "She can't use loose language that foments... that anger to hatred, or that action to violence," Trumka said. 
The comments were "totally consistent," Trumka said. "She has taken on a position of leadership, and whether it is rightfully given to her or not, she is there. And so she can't use loose language that foments ... changing that anger to hatred or that action to violence." He continued, "If she doesn't change her ways, then Palinism will be equated with other forms of McCarthyism that fomented division among the populace and acts of hatred among the populace."
This is a bit rich from a guy that has the death of a non-union worker in New York on his head. Michelle Malkin does the good work of reminding us all of the violence that Trumka has supported in the past.
Meet Eddie York. He was a workingman whose story will never scroll across Obama's teleprompter. A nonunion contractor who operated heavy equipment, York was shot to death during a strike called by the United Mine Workers 17 years ago. Workmates who tried to come to his rescue were beaten in an ensuing melee. The head of the UMW spearheading the wave of strikes at that time? Richard Trumka. Responding to concerns about violence, he shrugged to the Virginian-Pilot in September 1993: "I'm saying if you strike a match and you put your finger in it, you're likely to get burned." Incendiary rhetoric, anyone?
And Malkin also chronicles the time when Trumka incited violence in Illinois.
In Illinois, Trumka told UMW members to "kick the s**t out of every last" worker who crossed his picket lines, according to the Nashville (Ill.) News. And as the National Right to Work Foundation, the leading anti-forced unionism organization in the country, pointed out, other UMW coalfield strikes resulted in what one judge determined were "violent activities ... organized, orchestrated and encouraged by the leadership of this union."
And this union thug has the gall to go after Palin?
Here is the Monitor's video of this criminal's remarks:




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2 Response to "(Video) Chicago Now: Violence Soaked AFL-CIO Pres Trumka Calls Sarah Palin a McCarthyite"

  1. Lee Hazel Said,

    This clown isn't old enough to know anything about the McCarthy era. I am old enough. It was all about communism in America, a charge made by McCarthy and denied by the Rulers of that time. It turned out that he (McCarthy) was right.
    We already know that Sarah Palin is right, we don't have to wait yeas to figure that out. Trumka is nothing more than another crooked, disgusting Labor Boss. I think these guys are afraid for their cushy positions. Otherwise why would they want the "organize or not" vote to be non-secret.

    Posted on September 5, 2010 at 7:27 PM

     
  2. Paul Said,

    This asshole better be carefull or he could end up like Hoffa. I have seen what these union pricks do during the teamsters strike back in the 70's. Hateful bunch of b-strds.

    Posted on September 7, 2010 at 10:47 AM

     

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