Cascade Policy Institute of Portland, Oregon and The Freedom Foundation of Olympia, Washington held an informational event Thursday evening at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington. Intended to discuss the recent decision in Michigan to allow public and private-sector employees the freedom to decide for themselves, individually, whether or not to be represented by a union - without financial repercussions in the event they elected not to be represented, the event was overrun by unionistas demonstrating their version of Tolerance™ and their respect for the first amendment rights of others:
After yelling, harassing, and shoving event attendees and organizers, protesters entered the venue and began shouting and using bullhorns to disrupt the event. The keynote speaker, Mackinac Center for Public Policy’s labor expert Vincent Vernuccio, was also spat on by a protester. The Vancouver Police Department was called and escorted protesters out of the event center. The two who refused to leave were arrested for trespassing.
Because yelling, shoving, and spitting on others will always ensure that they'll want to be a union "brother" or "sister". It's a great organizing approach. And be sure to vote Democrat.