Thursday, April 22, 2010

NewLeftMedia Interviews Protesters On Tax Day

Here's another hilarious/scary video from NewLeftMedia.com.... Again, two guys, Chase Whiteside (interviews) and Erick Stoll (Camera), interviewed tea baggers who were protesting on tax day in Washington D.C.

It's really amazing to watch Mr. Whiteside ask a protester a simple question, and then watch the blank look on the protester's face when asked to simply clarify his opinion.

This might be the most entertaining video they've produced! I wonder if anybody said no to an interview.... Did you know that President Obama is considering banning fishing in America? Who knew?

Can anybody tell me if that little singing blond lady telling me that there is a communist in the White House is former Saturday Night Live star Victoria Jackson?



If you enjoyed this video, I posted three others.... You can watch their interviews with Tea Baggers protesting the Health Care Policies by clicking here, interviews at the Tea Party protests by clicking here and you can see their interviews with people waiting for Sarah Palin to sign her new book (my favorite video) by clicking here.....

5 comments:

  1. I made it to the 5 minute and 4 second mark before I had to turn it off. My head was going to explode.

    I consider myself an activist. I get involved and I protest when something is important to me. I can not imagine protesting something and having nothing better to say than quote bumper stickers!

    And yes, I think that is Victoria Jackson. Doesn't she sing and have albums out or something?

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  2. Okay, so I was intrigued by all of this so I went to Victoria's website and the only things listed under her public appearances are:
    The Pasadena Tea Party
    The Pasadena Patriots

    So I feel it's safe to say yes that is most definitely her.

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  3. Those tax peeps are just crazy folks.

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  4. I think they just want their 15 minutes of fame. They tried out for American Idol but were rejected. Tea partying was their next option.
    Cheers,
    Robyn

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  5. I think the real motivation behind this entire movement is racism.

    there, I said it...

    Oh yeah, Victoria Johnson got her start on SNL.

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