Daily Archives: May 3, 2010

Beaverton School District Extends Investigation of Hate Monger Teacher

Originally posted Friday:
In a surprise development, the Beaverton School District now says they will NOT be finished with their investigation of hate-spewing teacher Jason Levin.  Levin is the source of multiple personal attacks on the Tea Party movement nationwide, including publicly calling on President Obama to assassinate Tea Party leaders, encouraging the theft of social security numbers, inciting identity theft, and advocating hate speech including explicitly racist speech.  

As just one example of the hate and racism of the radical left, one of Levin’s postings reads “No Darkies Allowed.”

I just talked to Sue Robertson, the chief executive for HR at the district – she says they will need at least another week for the investigation, and maybe more.  They are going for thorough over fast, which we can all praise.

She also said she needs to hear first hand from any additional parents of any child actually in Mr. Levin’s class who experienced any political advocacy.  Those first-hand stories need to be conveyed to Sue Robertson [at the district].

Oregon Tea Party leaders are disappointed at the lack of a result, however we support the district’s commitment to thoroughness.

We repeat our commitment to justice and fairness for Mr. Levin, in contrast with his call for our assassinations, and we request that all parents who “have not yet come forward” to do so.
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May Day Riot Causes Over $100,000 Damage To 18 Businesses

I don’t recall of hearing anything remotely as this from any of the Tea Parties, yet we are the ones SWAT is called out on and labeled violent.

At least 18 Santa Cruz businesses suffered damage during May Day riot

SANTA CRUZ — Downtown business owners spent Sunday repairing shattered windows and doors after a May Day rally Saturday night turned into a riot with approximately 250 people marching along Pacific Avenue, some carrying makeshift torches, throwing large rocks and paint bombs, and spray-painting walls with graffiti.

At least 18 businesses suffered damage during the rally in honor of international workers that began at 9 p.m. and escalated into mayhem around 10:30 p.m., police said. Investigators estimated damage at $100,000, though some business owners said it could be more. No injuries were reported.

On Sunday, sea green-colored glass littered sidewalks where windows and glass doors had been smashed. Maintenance workers, many getting called in the middle of the night, boarded up windows with plywood until new sheets of glass could be installed.


“It’s disgusting,” Caitlin Zocolli said. “They’re just making themselves look terrible. It just makes them look like animals. For all they know, we’re all on their side.”

Read the rest at MercuryNews.com

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