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RUSH: A new video of an Occupy Wall Street protest in New York City shows them talking about plans to use Molotov cocktails against Macy’s in the video, which we have the audio coming up here in mere moments. Protesters rallying a group of protesters says “No more talking. They’ve got guns; we’ve got bottles. They got bricks; we got rocks. In a few days you’re gonna see what a Molotov cocktail can do to Macy’s.” I thought Obama was gonna wait ’til next summer for this, but it may be more desperate than even we knew. It’s audio sound bite number five, and here it is.

PROTESTER: We gonna rock this (bleeped) city. WeÂ’re gonna burn this (bleep)(bleep). (bleeped) to the ground. We gonna to burn New York City to the (bleeped) ground.

PROTESTER: They got guns; we got bottles. They got bricks; we got rocks. LetÂ’s see what they got. In a few days you going to see what a Molotov cocktail can do to MacyÂ’s.

RUSH: And there are reports that a big protest day is planned for tomorrow in New York City, with violence on the menu. The New York Post has the inside story of why Mike Doomberg finally had to act. “Mayor Bloomberg finally decided to wipe Zuccotti Park clean after learning about a rancid outbreak of scabies, lice and lung ailments among protesters — and most importantly because his reputation was taking a beating, insiders told The Post. ‘He knew he was being perceived as being very weak,’ said a source who was briefed on BloombergÂ’s decision to finally break down the Occupy Wall Street encampment. Hizzoner hit his breaking point after he was contrasted to the liberal mayors of Oakland and Denver — who quickly cracked down on OWS protesters — and critics compared his inaction to the failings of former Mayor David Dinkins.”

Now, that is a pretty low blow, I have to admit. “And it was about to get worse. Bloomberg would have looked even weaker if he didnÂ’t thwart an OWS threat to storm the New York Stock Exchange, a massive action that was planned for tomorrow, multiple sources said. ‘His Wall Street friends wouldnÂ’t stand for it,’ one source said.” Why did he think the protestors were down there in the first place, for crying out loud. This has always been part of the plan. But you know things have gotta be bad when they start comparing you to Mayor Dinkins. That has to hurt. But I find it curious here that the New York Post suggests it was the threat of closing down Wall Street that finally prompted him to act. I think what finally got him was just too much smoking. He couldn’t tolerate that anymore. All the other stuff they looked the other way.

Here’s another. This is the New York Post. This is sickening. “Conditions Just ‘Offal.'” O-f-f-a-l. You know what offal is. “City sanitation workers yesterday were forced to pick through a filthy pile of property seized from Zuccotti Park including dirty hypodermic needles, moldy food and glass-littered, broken gadgets. ‘I pick up garbage [for a living], and these were some of the worst smells IÂ’ve ever experienced,’ one worker grumbled to The Post. About 150 trashmen stuffed the massive pile of soiled tents, old bikes and spoiling food into dump trucks — 26 loads in all — and hauled it to a West 57th Street Sanitation facility so that workers could begin sorting the personal goods from garbage. Occupy Wall Street protesters with proper ID can go to the facility this morning to get back their property.” Oh, jeez.

“Homeland Security Coordinating 18-City Crackdown on Occupy Protests.” This is from a blog. “National Coordination Goes Against Protection of Local Accountability — According to Oakland Mayor Jean said that 18 cities coordinated police crackdowns on Occupy protests.” I know what happened. The polling turned negative and the protests are taken down everywhere. Quite a coincidence. They all shut down on the same day, the same week, when the polling data turns down.

And then from TheHill.com: “Democrats Criticize Eviction of Occupy Protesters — New York City Mayor Michael BloombergÂ’s (I) decision to evict Occupy Wall Street protesters from a Lower Manhattan park is a blow to free speech, several House Democrats said.” You know, I don’t like this usage of the word eviction. It troubles me. The term is normally used when somebody has an ownership interest in private property and is forced to leave due to a violation of the contract. These parasites are being banned until they clean up their act. They don’t own anything. They’re not being evicted from anyplace they own. But all that being said, there is strong evidence here that the regime is behind this nationwide crackdown. And it seems that the Democrats didn’t get the memo, because a lot of Democrats staked their political careers this election cycle to this bunch. Obama did.

A lot of Democrats, Pelosi, Reid, they all went out and made great points of identifying with these people. The unions identified with these people. Gave ’em money. And all of that is Obama. When the unions are involved, that means the regime is involved. By the way, what is proper ID, when you go down to the dump at 57th Street to pick up your property from the garbage, what’s the proper ID that you have to show? If you’re an Occupy Wall Street protester, what’s the proper ID? It’s not specified in the story. I’m just wondering, what in the world is proper ID? Gotta have lice, gotta have scabies, match the smell of your clothing to whatever it is you’re picking up. Your voter registration card. Your American Express gold card. A wheezing cough, what is it? How do you prove it?

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