Yet another example, similar to the head-stomping by a Rand Paul supporter, of how violence has crept into this election season. This time, law enforcement did the honors.
Why was this man, Jon Taylor of Louisa County, being arrested and manhandled by police Monday? Because, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, he was attending an apparently public event at a coffee house, promoted by Rep. Eric Cantor on his website.
“Taylor said the Democrats were asked to leave by the coffee shop’s owner. When they refused, authorities escorted them outside.
The three others were issued summonses for trespassing.
Cantor arrived after the disturbance, entering the coffee shop by the rear door. He spoke for about 20 minutes, shook hands with the guests and left.”
Hey, it was the private owner’s right to decide who he should and shouldn’t serve at his establishment! Just ask Rand Paul.
Taylor, a member of the local Democratic Central Committee, simply attended a public event. For his trouble, a rural police force ejected him and threw him to the ground. They also tried to block his son from taping the evidence.
More from Paul Galuzska. Creepy stuff.