Buses to bring in union protestors: $500. Arts and craft materials for “Stop the Hate” signs: $250. Andrew Breitbart asking bused in protesters what those signs mean: Priceless.

On Saturday, September 18th, Glenn Beck and Andrew Breitbart headlined an event entitled “Right Nation 2010,” held just outside of Chicago, Illinois.

As you will see in our video report from the scene, when Andrew Breitbart arrived at the Sears Centre, he was met with an angry mob of protesters who were calling for an ‘end to hate’ while also hurling expletives and homophobic slurs toward the targets of their enmity.

In the following dramatic video, Breitbart brings the protest to a complete halt by cleverly asking sign holders to do the impossible: explain the placards they were carrying. In the end, the frustrated organizers abruptly end their protest and leave.

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  1. Mutnodjmet says:

    Andrew handled the situation brilliantly. I have seen similar exchanges with smaller groups at our own Tea Party events, but Andrew did in with style and verve. It turns out the anti-Beck protest was promoted by Organizing for America. Let me get this straight: Team Obama has the energy and resources to target conservatives and Tea Party participants, but none to resolve the border issues or budget. No wonder that Obama-supporter said she was exhausted at defending the President during the townhall today.

  2. radargeek says:

    It’s not my job to explain my sign! Brietbart is wonderful exposing these zombies. Of course they are from a union, look at their behavior after Andrew asked them basic, simple questions. They all looked around expecting someone else to do the work to explain their sign. They were just told to hold a sign, the American flag, and say a bunch of incoherent words. The union don’t pay them to do work beyond that. Bunch of losers!

  3. BastiatFan says:

    Nicely done, Andrew B. This is a great example of what we can ALL do when we run into moonbats: confront them graciously, ask them questions, and don’t take crap. They will run back under the stove like the cockroaches they are. EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

  4. thierry says:

    and the difference between corporate and union dupes is….?

    at least when sarah palin or even glenn beck open their mouths something other than the word ‘fag’ comes out when they are asked to explain themselves.

    the underlying theme was censorship- we have the right to protest but the ‘ haters’ have to get out, be taken off the air and ‘ stop taking our money'(?) when it’s in part sleazy lobbying deals by unions with the government that gives them the money to pay these human mannequins to stand there. are any union members out there upset that their money actually goes to dumb robots calling people “gay!”? they seemed confused almost scared by the word Constitution. too many syllables maybe unlike gay or fag or nazi or f*%k?

    organizing for obama needs to be investigated . a sitting president should not be involved with this mess.

  5. eMVeeH says:

    It would probably be a good idea if Mr. Breitbart wears some kevlar, it he’s not already doing it. He handled that last woman with class and she was classy, herself. Truthfulness sure shines bright.

    Jim Hoft, of Gateway Pundit, was there in some of the shots. He posted pictures on his blog of the Organizing for America website calling for people to go and protest the “Right Nation 2010” event. Right on the bottom of the webpage are the logos for the DNC and the Secular Saviour’s famous “O.”

    Obama’s desparate. How much you wanna bet he feels like Norton when Connel tells Norton, “There you are, Norton: The People. Try and beat that!,” in the great Frank Capra movie, Meet John Doe. What Barbara Stanwyck says in the last scene pretty much sums up what the Tea Party represents.

  6. Conservatarian says:

    I hope Breitbart gets his own TV Network. Stay safe out there man!

  7. hatter83 says:

    doing the job the mainstream media won’t do – keep up the good work Andrew!

  8. IloiloKano says:

    I’m surprised no one else has noted that the title to this post itself is brilliant!

  9. Shifra says:

    Don’t know whether to laugh or cry; maybe just give Andrew Breitbart a virtual hug….

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