Drudge has reported extensively about all the Bush lawn signs Democrats steal, and about the ALF-CIO orchestrated attacks on Bush campaign headquarters across the country in recent weeks (from storming into the buildings to trash them, to even firing bullets at their windows).
Now we have another disturbing story revealing how much many Democrats despise the rights of those they disagree with.
Michael Moore's movie played freely across the country, with those who see it as a bunch of lies choosing to respond in the marketplace of ideas rather than with threats of violence against movie theaters and movegoers.
But don't you dare try and screen a movie that has negative things to say about John Kerry. Oh no, that can't be allowed. Democrats must make threats of violence to shut that down.
I must say I was sympathetic to Democrats over the Sinclaire Broadcasting plans to televise "Stolen Honor". However, now that I see we're not even allowed to see the movie in a theater, I have changed my mind. I demand to see the movie Democrat thugs want so desperately to silence.
Read for yourselves about the illiberal liberals:
Anti-Kerry Film Showing Canceled
October 19, 2004 — A politically motivated film furor hit Jenkintown Tuesday night. Supporters of George Bush and John Kerry went nose to nose and neither side had any intention of backing down.
Clinton to Campaign for Kerry in Philadelphia
VIDEO: Dann Cuellar reports
Nerves are fraying at the edges, and there are still two weeks before Election Day.
The emotion of this politically charged presidential election got the best of some people. People who came out to see the anti-Kerry film, "Stolen Honor" were already upset that management of the Baederwood Theater cancelled the showing after threats of civil disturbances. Ultimately the anger reached a higher level when Bush supporters clashed with Kerry supporters.
"Did you see what he said in the senate? Did you see that?"
Bill Perry/LEVITOWN, PENNSYLVANIA:
"If you'd shut your mouth we wouldn't be arguing (slur)."
Sweeney: "What (slur)?"
Perry: "Give yourself a try. Come on. Hey. Hey. Hey coolaid."
Abington police had to move in several times to keep ardent Kerry and Bush supporters from coming to blows. This after the documentary "Stolen Honor" which was to debut to a sellout crowd of 600 people was cancelled."
Joanne Dalbey/WARRINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA:
"It denied me the right as an American citizen to see a movie that every American should have the right to see."
"I think it's terrible, I think it's ridiculous that they're gonna shut this down and at the same time they're gonna show Michael Moore the day before the election."
The producer of the film blames Kerry operatives for shutting down the showing of the film.
Carlton Sherwood/FILM PRODUCER:
"The underhanded coercion and intimidation tactics of John Kerry, here's my reaction, what is John Kerry so afraid of with this documentary?"
Kerry supporters were pleased the showing of the film had been cancelled.
Bob Fields/READING, PENNSYLVANIA:
"We don't believe it's an honest movie. Doesn't honestly state the positions of what he did."
"Have You Seen The Movie?"
"No, I don't I have not."
Once again, police had their hands full...
"Go back to Hollywood and Michael Moore, go ahead."
"I live In Levittown fool. I'll stay here as long as I want to."
"You think so?"
"I know so."
"You gotta get a lot more weight to keep up with me son."
"You think so?"
"Yeah, I'll knock you right on your butt pal."
Incidentally the Kerry campaign claims they hadn't anything to do with the movie not being shown here. Refunds were given to those who had bought tickets and the producers gave out DVD copies of the film for them to watch at home.