There seems to be an open season on police officers, and no matter what the circumstances are, you can rest assure that there will be the same well-funded and organized radical groups joining forces and protesting. This time around it was an anti-police demonstration in Wisconsin promoted and funded by the same bad actors such as National Education Association (NEA), the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and the Wisconsin Jobs Now (WJN), a small radical splinter group, which has spent a considerable amount of time and energy in recent months protesting police tactics, and they have a long history of targeting the Milwaukee police department.

At one of those demonstrations recently Wisconsin Jobs Now (WJN) backed by the National Education Association (NEA) were caught on video toting a hateful banner charging that “all cops are bastards” and screaming “hey-hey, ho-ho, these racist cops have got to go.” However a spokesman for the radical group insisted that a mysterious “outsider” brought the banner and claimed that they weren’t responsible for it.

The demonstration was a direct result of an incident that had occurred a few days after a Madison police officer shot and killed a teenager, who allegedly assaulted the officer; the teenager also had a prior arrest record and pleaded guilty to armed robbery last year.

And while that incident is still being investigated one thing is certain in that WJN and SEIU along with the NEA are all well-funded organizations that reel in hundreds of thousands of dollars and employ a large number of political activists who successfully use the mainstream media in generating attention by getting themselves arrested and using disruptive tactics and harassing those they deem to be in political opposition,  most recently this group of professional agitators demonstrated against Wisconsin Republicans at their congressional district offices and also outside of town-halls meetings.


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