“I think people are open to the possibilities of a revolutionary movement.”
Forrest Gump might say that unions and communists go together like peas and carrots. And if he did ever say that The Blaze explains why that would be a very true statement.
Once again, the MacIver Institute was down at the Capitol capturing video of those flocking to the protests in Wisconsin. This time, videographer Bill Osmuski caught up with some admitted revolutionaries from Chicago who came up to try and spread their message, and told Osmuski they definitely think “people are open to the possibilities of building a revolutionary movement.”
What did the communists cite as evidence? If you said “Egypt” and the unrest “around the world,” you’re right: