Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Yet another Tea Party infiltrator caught?

Fox News reports a tape of a man carrying racist signs at a Tea Party and claiming to be a Rand Paul supporter but allegedly later seen with Paul's opponent, Democrat Conway:

Notice how Democratic strategist Mary Anne Marsh tries to spin it:
Mary Anne Marsh: It doesn't really have anything to do with the Tea party because these kind of tactics have been around forever and both parties practice it, not the racist part, but trying to show up at your opponents events, trying to do something, stealing signs, crank calls, there's a whole host of things but that s just politics. ... This is how politics is played.
She wants to claim that everybody does it but she admits that she can't, at least "not the racist part." Is this really just politics? If it were, wouldn't there be examples of the MSM highlighting some infiltrator acting crazy at an anti-Bush demonstration and trying to pretend that that crazy person represented all liberals or all Democrats? There aren't, of course.

UPDATE: Confirmed: the man in question is a long-time Democrat activist. (Hat tip: GatewayPundit)

RELATED: Democrats are reportedly supporting efforts to get fake "tea party" candidates on the ballot in New Jersey, Michigan, Florida, and Pennsylvania.

PREVIOUSLY on Tea Parties in the San Francisco area:
Long Strange Trip: Hippies defend establishment; Tea Party protests (Jul 18)
A Tea Party greets Obama in San Francisco and the left is not happy about it
Collected photos of this year's San Francisco Tea Party events
Minutemen vs. May Day protesters in San Francisco
A tax day Tea Party breaks out in San Francisco's Union Square
A tax day Tea Party breaks out on the San Francisco Peninsula
3 in 10 Californians identify with tea party protests
To protest Obamacare, San Francisco holds a sick-in (Nov. 15)
A Tea Party greets Obama in San Francisco (Oct. 15)
Videos of the October 15 San Francisco Tea Party
San Franciscans speak to Nancy Pelosi (Aug. 14)
The San Francisco Tax Day Tea Party Protest in Pictures (Apr. 15)
Farmers protest in San Jose (Nov. 21).
Tea Party breaks out in Palo Alto (Nov. 21)

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