Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Tea Party Exposed Part 1 -- A Dangerous and Threatening Agenda

PPPS (Washington, DC)—In this, Part 1, of our series on the Radical Right-Wing Tea Party Movement, we sent our own PPPS crack reporter, guilt-ridden, middle-aged, white-suburban-male Progressive Pete, disguised as a typical unrepentant racist middle-aged white-suburban male, to penetrate the inner workings of the Tea Party Movement at their recent September 12, 2010, Tea Party March on the Capitol in Washington, DC.

This revealing video, secretly filmed by Progressive Pete and smuggled out under difficult circumstances, illustrates one aspect of the dangerous and threatening agenda behind the Tea Party Movement. What at first appears to be a spontaneous song sung by a small group of radicals, may in fact be part of a concerted effort to shape the Tea Party message and to influence unsuspecting Tea Party attendees. 

As evidence of this coordinated effort, our PPPS crack team of researchers unearthed this song video by professional musician Bruce Bellot. Although in this instance, the link may be inconclusive, we have identified other professional musicians with possible ties to the Tea Party Movement, including Ava Aston, John "David" Kahn, and Lloyd Marcus. Taken together, these songs and videos have the potential to popularize the growing movement and to infuse both young and old alike with the Tea Party message.

Furthermore, since professional musicians and entertainers in America rarely, if ever, volunteer their political views, this proliferation of similar Tea Party "friendly" songs and videos can only mean that an underlying funding mechanism is at work in support of their production.

Progressive Pete remains undercover. Look for additional videos and reports coming soon in our five-part series titled
The Tea Party Exposed
Part 1 -- A Dangerous and Threatening Agenda
Part 2 -- Military Veterans Identified in Tea Party Crowd
Part 3 -- Shocking Media Bias Revealed
Part 4 -- Women May Be at Core of Tea Party Movement
Part 5 -- Racist Elements Finally Exposed

The Pundit Pete Press Service wishes to thank Who Said? You Said! for providing the high-tech video equipment used to obtain this undercover video.  Please go to their video blog site, particularly for Colorado political issues.  Bravo for their efforts!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Citizen Pete's Proud Moment at 9/12 March

Hello, my name is Pete. I'm a member of the Tea Party movement. 

On Sunday, September 12, 2010, I marched on our Capitol in Washington, D.C. 

I was there to give our legislators the "what for" for spending way too much of our money.  

Lots of other citizens were there too -- I met people from every state in the union. It was a wonderful thing and I'm proud to have been a part of it.

But I'm especially proud of my contribution to the rally that day. 

C.L. Bryant
While I was listening to a speech by one of our Tea Party leaders, I heard him say how the Tea Party Movement was changing the debate and influencing elections in 50 states across this great land.

At that very moment, right there in front of our nation's capitol, in the midst of thousands and thousands of patriots, images of all of the wonderful people I'd met flashed through my mind.....and then, with great pride welling up inside, I stood and yelled a correction to the speaker at the podium,

"Hey, the Tea Party Movement is active in all 57 States!"

As the crowd erupted in approval and began to chant "57, 57, 57", I sat down, bewildered by what I had done.

Now that I'm back home in Colorado and have had a couple of days to reflect, I realize that I was meant to be there that day, and that I was meant to stand up and to set the record straight about our great Tea Party Movement.

With the media at every turn diminishing and demeaning our efforts, even our own movement leaders have come to downplay our numbers and to underestimate our influence. 

But we must proudly stand tall. 

If we are to win this national debate,
and if we are to succeed in November, 
We must always remember .....  
stick strictly to the facts.

Well, anyway, that's my opinion.

Proudly patriotic,
Citizen Pete

Note:   The views expressed in Citizen Pete's post are those of the author, and do not reflect the opinions of the Pundit Pete Press Service (PPPS).  PPPS has not fact-checked any of the information  in this post.  PPPS claims no affiliation with the Tea Party Movement. Furthermore, PPPS neither encourages nor condones such un-American activities as peaceful protest and assembly.