Sherrod Brown’s "Occupy" Cleveland pal: A bigoted racist pedophile.

We’ve been highlighting Sherrod Brown’s admiration of the openly socialist “Occupy” movement for some time now. And we’ve also highlighted some of the terrific characters you’ll find at Ohio’s Occupy camps.

Of course, everybody knows about the Occupy Cleveland members who took their Sherrod-like hatred of capitalism to the ultimate extreme and tried to blow up a Cleveland bridge. More on that further down.

Then we showed you a picture of Sherrod Brown posing with an Occupy Columbus leader who posted online exactly how he prefers to advance his politics:

i am a socialist. if they wanna extend bush’s tax cuts, I’m more prone to pistol whipping rich people for their money. in actual fact, i actually prefer it that way.

i will take what i need. i want revolution just [like] the tea baggers its just that when i bring my guns out it will be a different color of crowd.

Great fella, huh? Sherrod Brown went to the length of writing an editorial to denounce peaceful Tea Partiers, but has uttered nothing but praise for the movement that has people like this as its leaders.

Now, meet the latest shining example of Ohio’s Occupy crowd: Tim Russo.

On Saturday, several nationally known conservative bloggers, including Michelle Malkin, converged on Cleveland for an event called “Occupy the Truth” to protest the lack of attention the media has given the aforementioned Occupy terrorists. Russo, heavily involved with Occupy Cleveland himself, came out to troll the event. So what did Russo, a former Plunderpal, have to say about the event?

He went around talking to people at the event trying to get them to denounce Mitt Romney because he is a Mormon. It didn’t seem that he found any bigots in the crowd other than himself.

Then, when conservative blogger Sonnie Johnson, who happens to be black, was speaking, he repeatedly screamed the slur “Uncle Tom!” at her.

Oh, one other thing. Russo is a pedophile. In 2001, he was arrested for soliciting and arranging a sexual encounter with what he thought was a 12 year old boy.

So, let me get this straight, Sherrod Brown.

You went to the length of penning an editorial to denounce the peaceful Tea Party movement who merely wants government to live within its means.

But you heap praise upon a movement that is nakedly socialist and won’t even stop at terrorism to achieve their goals. They claim to be about peace and love and tolerance. But in actuality they have demonstrated that they are violent, racist, anti-religious bigots.

We are still waiting for you to denounce these people, Senator.

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P.S. I guess I am not surprised that Sherrod Brown tolerates racist attitudes. After all, he is married to someone whose first commentary about the Paul Ryan pick was what color he was.

Author: Nick

I was born and raised in Ohio. After growing up in the Columbus area, I moved to Cleveland to study at Case Western Reserve University, and have lived in Northeast Ohio ever since. I live in Wellington with my wife and son. I work in the private sector and have never worked in the political field.

6 thoughts on “Sherrod Brown’s "Occupy" Cleveland pal: A bigoted racist pedophile.”

  1. An investigative question for you. . .Does Sherrod Brown’s daughter still work for SEIU? She did back in 2010; don’t know if she still does. Seems his progressive ways have trickled down through his family–his second wife; his daughter–let’s put a stop to it right now OH and vote for Josh Mandel 2012!

  2. Me and my friend were arguing about an issue similar to this! Now I know that I was right. lol! Thanks for the information you post.
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  3. I am still waiting for ANY major Ohio newspaper to questions Brown’s association with Occupy. The guy endorsed and praised a movement that ended up trying to blow up a bridge in his own home state. That along with the violence, rapes and vandalism make this a major issue that Brown needs to answer for. He still has not condemned the movement or apologized for this endorsement.

    The average Ohioan does no know about Brown’s radicalism. I know the Plain Dealer with their ties to Connie Schultz will not touch this issue.

    1. “A movement that ended up trying to blow up a bridge in his own home state”

      Bit of a stretch, isn’t it?

      But then, you’ve never had a problem with that.

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