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Hannity Exposes Occupy Wall Street Illogic

Posted by Steve Markowitz on May 5, 2012

Earlier this week Sean Hannity interviewed one of the foot soldiers of the Occupy Wall Street movement and it was telling.  In the video posted below, Harrison Schultz made outrageous claims including: Those were the people that the NYPD was sending to the park to discredit us and make us look bad,” and the NYPD was sending rapists down to the park,” referring to the rapes and other behavior that occurred at the Zuccotti Park Occupy takeover.

As outrageous as Schultz’s claims above are, they are laughable when compared to his statements in the video that all sorts of luxuries should be free and supplied by the government; i.e. taxpayers.  This is one example that demonstrates the realities behind many of the Left’s demands; greed, plain and simple.  These Progressives want what others have and do not want to expend sweat equity in the process.

Leftist politicians like Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi have embraced the Occupy movement for personal gain.  While they are already members of the one percenters, it is there lust for power that has brought then and the Occupy freeloaders together.

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