Public banned from Reid-Angle debate due to Tea Party Violence
David-Phillips | September 28, 2010 at 11:58 amby
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A Sharron Angle supporter punched one woman in the face and pushed another over some chairs.
Now, thanks to Sharron Angle and her Tea Party supporter, the public will be banned from the October 14, 2010 debate between Reid and Angle, the only planned debate between the two.
The Nevada Broadcasters Association’s President Bob Fisher told the candidates that they can only invite twelve guests each, and each must submit a guest list in advance.
I can already see the list for Angle, eleven DC handlers and one get away driver.
Reid, his list will have family and advisers and also one get away driver..
Last weeks event was not a debate, and the fact that Angle has backed out of a proposed second debate on Face to Face with Jon Ralston, which she herself asked for, the debate on October 14th, with the Nevada Broadcasters Association will be the only debate between the two candidates, and now the public is barred, all because of the Tea Party violence.
Sharron Angle after the fight last week was quick to blame the victim as the cause of the fight, Angle is all about placing blame on the victims, like those with autism, or the unemployed.
Could it be that Sharron Angle had a man punch a woman in the face, so that audiences could be banned from future debates?
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