As public sentiment against Barack Obama continues to grow, more and more patriots are joining forces with a nationwide campaign to impeach the failed president. Many of these protesters join with other locals to hold signs of disapproval on overpasses across the U.S.
While opposition is to be expected with any politically charged event, one group of Georgia women recently learned just how threatening the left can be toward conservatives.
While holding signs above one road in Gwinnett County, protesters say they received multiple threats — including one by a man with a gun.
The man reportedly pulled up to the group, brandished a firearm, and doused one woman with an unknown liquid.
“I felt it on my foot,” Marge Moore said in an interview with local media. Though the product was not identified, she said “it burned, so I thought it was a household chemical.”
This assault came shortly after another car stopped long enough for its occupants to threaten to kill the protesters.
Though the intent of such intimidation techniques is obviously to discourage such public displays of political incorrectness, these principled women say they were not swayed. According to Toni Pendley, the effort to expose Obama for his tyrannical behavior is too important.
“We’re going to come back out here,” she promised. “We’re not going to let him or anyone intimidate us.”
At the next scheduled demonstration, the protesters say that individuals with permitted handguns will be allowed to join in the action.
The persistence of these activists is refreshing in the midst of such palpable hostility. It is obvious Obama and his ilk will stop at nothing to ruin this nation; we the people must remain just as vigilant about saving it.
–Western Journalism staff writer