Many of us were delighted to see the two businessmen, Derek and John Tobacco (brothers), who protested back what most of the rest of America is thinking about these large groups of unwashed people throughout America . Their bravery has to be commended. I don’t know many people who go down in the middle of that quagmire and make themselves vulnerable to all sorts of violence, the spread of life threatening diseases, lice and fleas, and ringworm- to name only a few- in order to speak up for what’s right.
“We got a bunch of small business owners together…and we thought that ‘hey, any good occupation couldn’t be ended without some resistance,’” John told Fox News, adding that there was a coalition of about 50 small business owners who are part of his movement.
“They were coming after us , they were screaming at us, trying to get in our face, putting their hands on us,” he said. He also identified with the “53%” — the group that pays taxes that the other 47% doesn’t — and said the “silent majority” was giving them the thumbs up during their counter-protest.
H/T to The Blaze.