Exclusive Romney Protest Video

In this exclusive video you'll see the Romney protest crowd and be able to judge for yourself how diverse it was. Couple on notes though- near the end you'll hear two people tell the protestors not to talk to the Ron Paul supporter, obviously still afraid of discussing anything. At the very beginning as I approached the crowd one protestor in a blue shirt runs away so as not to be caught on camera. You can tell by the reaction of the women he spoke with that he was running away while the rest stayed to chant. I can't identify any of these people of course by name since I didn't have time to take notes.

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Get a grip! Tell the truth...your reputation depends on it.
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it'd behoove you to take that same advice

MikeyA

Mikey, I think we are long past the point of Wolfman having any reputation worth saving.

I'll let the video tell the tale in this case. I've only provided background on what I saw while there. I did not see you there so if you have another take on the matter I would suggest it's based on hearsay.

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Wait a minute that's not the Toledo Club service entrance that's the main entrance! You were telling your gullible radio audience that you were standing at the service entrance. Fred why do you lie? So it looks like the Mittster even fooled the crippled Fred. The one with the crutch who couldn't walk too far because of his torn meniscus. Nice try liar!

What the video does show the protesters were about to move to the other location after the media had its shot next to the Toledo Club sign. You and the rest of the media were at the wrong location. Thanks for correcting yourself unintentionally.

Fred after you realized that you were at the wrong location did someone drive your crippled self to the service entrance?

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Actually I was able to hobble my way to both entrances as you can see from my photos and videos of the event. I got the crowd at the parking lot entrance where you see the one guy runnning away to avoid the camera and then the other video is shot at the corner near the service entrance where I saw the Pro Fred sign. I wasn't there to film Mitt so wherever the protest was was the correct entrance for me.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Actually Fred I don't believe you were at the main entrance at all. I check with others and no one seen you at the main entrance. You've spun yet another tall tail for all to see. No, the only FoxNews and 11 reporters at the main gate were Kevin Milken and Rob Wiercinski. They would have shared video with the unprepared late WSPD host who strolled in at the last moment. Nope, no Fred at the main gate. Fred speak,"I was able to hobble my way to both entrances" Too funny but untrue. Besides you told your radio audience that you were the smart guy and stood at the service entrance one block away waiting for Romney. Which is it Fred? Caught in another one I think.

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I'm not really interested in what you believe or don't believe since the video clearly shows I shot it at both entrances. Rob Wierczinski is shown in the video I took at the side entrance along with his camera person, so it's obviously not his video. TV stations do not share their video with radio stations. While at the mail entrance I also spoke with one of the new Channel 13 guys, Zack?, he can be seen in a white shirt. I wish you could have been there poster it would make at least some of your comments believable. And then of course there's the sound of my voice on each video.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Fred, why do you engage this peevish little piss ant? He's a worthless piece of crap.

Fred feels the need to engage his listeners both on and off the air. Wolfman is his most loyal listener.

I wouldn't know what Fred discusses on his show if it weren't for wolfman.

MikeyA

Kevin Milken reports the news on WSPD everyday. Who knows what is your video or is shared/spliced since you have no ethical standards as witnessed by your photo shopped pictures in previous posts. Give us all a break and go back to posting your race baiting videos for your redneck dozen ditto heads.

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

I wish you had been there poster then your comments would carry a little more weight.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

You should cite what you mean when you say shared/spliced and photo shopped. You're wading into slander territory. And as you already pointed out with your previous posts Fred probably already has a lawyer on retainer.

MikeyA

Kevin Milken (name misspelled intentionally for the grammar nazi) reports the news on WSPD everyday. He does a fine job of reporting unbiased news. Trouble is curtain hacks probably have access to video and audio from several sources giving them the ability to "opinionate" the source. We've seen it here before.

MikeyA is a anonymous voyeur hiding in internet space, obviously under worked. Our military dollars being wasted.

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

I think he meant certain hacks (word nazi). In other words he believes I used spliced, borrowed, stolen video. When you listen to the video you can hear my voice so it's obviously shot by me. You will also not see any splices or choppy parts. I think the poster is upset that he was not there and instead down in B.G. with his one black friend waiting to be harassed.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Fred was the Ron Paul supporter one of your listeners? The protesters were taken back by is disheveled appearance. Fit the profile of a WSPD dittohead. His shirt was slept in. Also the one homeless looking woman (with all the bags) carrying a Romney supporter sign. What say about her? Why not show her and her pro Romney sign? Because she doesn't fit your profile. Hell the police had to escort her away from the entrance. She left her pile of bags unattended!
Again, it obvious you got the wrong entrance along with the media and your two (2) nutjob supporters. So come clean and admit you told your radio listeners another one!

Statements made are the opinion of the writer who is exercising his first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and are generally permitted.

As I said earlier I can't identify any of the protestors. I thought I had posted this under this thread but I put it under "wolfman attends BG rally......." So here's a look at what I saw at the service entrance corner. This is after the crowd had moved from their original mistaken location. If I could track down the guy with the Pro Fred sign who waves at me in this video he could vouch for me being there. Anyone recognize him? He's the same guy in the earlier video who runs away when I show up.

Any statement I make is the opinion of me exercising my first amendment right to freedom of speech. Freedom of speech in the United States is protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution and is generally permitted.

Its obvious "that guy" was moving to a new location as pictured in your possibly tainted video. That guy if asked, and he was repeatedly from many stations, would not have granted any comments. That guy knows from experience what a hack job your station has done in the past.

Jeremiah was your one Ron Paul supporter. I found his pic #5 at http://www.toledoblade.com/gallery/Protestors-Ready-for-Romney-Visit . Its sad that the WSPD listeners only find you as cheap entertainment. I hear you begging for your dittoheads to get off their collective a$$es and get involved...good luck!

Notice Fred's well publicized "What about Don" protest was attended by maybe four (4) ditto heads.

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when Obama was in Maumee? I watch local news at 6:00 AND 11:00, and don't recall seeing any coverage of the Republican protest. Maybe I just missed it? Anyone know if there was any coverage.

But the tiny group of Dems outside the Toledo Club - boy that was covered by both Channel 13 and Channel 11 as though it was a really big event. Said it before, will say it again - the media is campaigning for BO. But they will NEVER ask any of the hard questions - about his background, his education, how he paid for his education. Nothing - no hard questions allowed.

Just basic photo ops of him doing the "Bobby Kennedy hop" [I call it] where, as in Maumee, he unnecessarily starts "running" from a standstill about 2 yards from the podium and then hops up the stairs without holding the railing... Which I gather is supposed to impress the tv audience that we have a healthy energetic leader. He is a lifelong smoker. It's a lead pipe cinch that his health is not as good as Romney's, a lifelong abstainer from tobacco AND alcohol.

I call it the Bobby Kennedy hop, because he has obviously studied what film there is of Kennedy. BK had a way of, sometimes, hopping up to the podium if memory serves. But the BO version is so obviously contrived. It never varies. He hops down airplane stairs during the constant airport photo ops, all the time, too - look ma, no hands. Again - contrived and phony looking. Just like the (oooh wowie kazowie) Toledo protestors.

BTW, how does Obama get away with constant fund raisers in places like Hollywood, without any tv coverage ever happening of these million dollar events? Do they not announce his stops, so that tv reporters (and protesters) never know where he is? Or is that just the media helping him with his campaign again ?

While watching the video, a few things came to mind:

1. The bars and bowling alleys in Toledo don't open early enough.
2. These are the parents of Toledo Public School students.
3. Was there really a guy in a rainbow tank top with matching glasses?
4. So much for the argument that today's factory worker has to be skilled and intelligent to handle the advanced technology.
5. Have any of these people told their family and friends that instead of birthday and wedding gifts--give the money to Obama?
6. Does the person holding the Jeep sign and chanting "Outsource Romney" realize that according to recent information most of the parts used in Chryslers are made in other countries?
7. The Toledo Club now needs a giant vat of antibacterial soap.
8. One normally has to go to a trailer park to find people of such stature.

And 7 of every 10 vehicles made by the new GM (the one created by Obama) are going to be made in China. Talk about outsourcing American jobs! Romney can't hold a candle to the President when it comes to sending our jobs to a foreign country.
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