State Representative Robin "Popcorn Balls" Von is claiming that he received this letter in the mail:
If this is real, it is in very poor showing. There should be no need for violence when we have not exhausted all of the nonviolent means.
James Wigderson, who considers himself to be a professional writer, jumped on this, blaming the letter on the "peaceful left." Unfortunately, Wiggy follows his usual pattern of making things up out of thin air, provides no evidence that the letter came from a lefty.
Perhaps Wiggy didn't want to tell his readers that the so-called Right to Work bill isn't popular with Republicans or Democrats. After all, why shock them out of the repetitive lies of the right wing echo chamber he is part of.
While there are an increasing number of veterans that are on the left, especially as they realize that it is the Republicans that are screwing them over by cutting and denying their benefits. But somehow, I just don't see a group of former SEALS or Rangers turning liberal.
Also, the horrific spelling is more reminiscent of the signs held up at Tea Party rallies than anything a thinking person would create.
But hey, I could be wrong. Perhaps Wiggy is aware that is was signed by Soul Man Sam the former SEAL. Or perhaps by Hippie Harry the former Ranger.
Or it could be maybe, just maybe, Wiggy is making things up again because he's got nothing else to go on.