Georgia Women Threatened at Gunpoint for Protesting Against Obama

Posted by on Oct 04, 2013 at 11:24 am

Used to be a time when the left constantly reminded us that dissent was the highest form of patriotism. Then Obama was elected and all that nonsense went out the window. Now you get assaulted and threatened for speaking up.

A group of Gwinnett County protestors who were assaulted during a recent demonstration against President Barack Obama say they plan to return to the overpass at Steve Reynolds Boulevard this weekend.

The women, who are part of the nationwide movement Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment, were holding signs last Saturday when they say a man pulled up beside them and pointed a gun at one and splashed another with an unknown liquid.

“I felt it on my foot… it burned, so I thought it was a household chemical,” Marge Moore tells WSB’s Sandra Parrish.

She says just moments earlier, a couple in a car had driven by and threatened to kill them.

As the man drove off, the women contacted Gwinnett County police.  A witness to the incident can be heard on a 911 call describing the suspect as an older black man, who was balding and wearing glasses, and driving a burgundy Mercury Grand Marquis.  He also provided police with the tag number.

“He just showed the ladies the gun like ‘move out of here, I’ve got a gun’,” the witness can be heard telling the dispatcher.

Strangely we don’t hear about the so-called War on Women when it’s Republican women under assault.

4 Responses to “Georgia Women Threatened at Gunpoint for Protesting Against Obama”

  1. jukin on 4/04/13 at 2:48 pm

    Real hate crimes against these women not fake ones from leftists.

    Decent and civilized people need to understand that leftists are mentally deranged criminals and plan accordingly.

  2. SafeTea on 4/04/13 at 3:33 pm

    I don’t regard this as a hate crime against women at all. Rather, it’s a hate crime against conservatives.

    Perhaps it’s time to make conservatives a protected class.