Ma Cotten calls the cops

2nd-Joyce-CottenJoyce Cotten — leader of the ongoing NCGOP mutiny AND chairman, for now, of the 2nd congressional district GOP — is holding court today in Sanford at what will likely be her last time at the podium for a 2nd district convention.

Her role as a ringleader of the coup against party chairman Hasan Harnett has made her a target of heated criticism from grassroots activists. We’ve been alerted that Tea Party groups from across the state intend to be in Sanford for the meeting to demonstrate in support of party chairman Hasan Harnett.  Word IS that Ma Cotten has contacted the Lee County sheriff’s department seeking extra security for the meeting.  IMG_0311

The demonstrators will likely be a mix of suburban housewives and retirees.  They’ve even published a code of conduct for demonstration participants.  We’ve even obtained a photo of some of the signs they plan to use.  THIS doesn’t strike me as Ferguson, Missouri redux.  

Leftists break stuff and set stuff on fire.  Tea Partiers march, wave signs, clean up their mess, and go home to their families. 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Ma Cotten calls the cops

  1. I participated in the protest along with a dozen or so others including four individuals from Ashville. We checked with the very polite police officer who was on hand to see where we could protest and he said “anywhere, just don’t block traffic”. All exchanges were well mannered; no hostilities in evidence except for a few very bad jokes. Actually, there were quite a few handshakes and hugs going around, so there was some physical contact.

  2. I too, was among the group of thugs who were demonstrating yesterday. I guess they were threatened by the hammer we were waving around while driving the signs into the ground because there wasn’t much lease happening, as the previous commenter stated. At least some of the demonstrators left because they were denied use of the bathrooms!

  3. Before I went in to serve as a delegate – I carried a sign. I did not carry a sign in protest – But rather in support – Of a good man.

    I carried a sign in support of a political system that has been hijacked by a woman and her followers.

    Call the police? What a joke! I was one of the youngest persons in the crowd – I’m 66.

    The riot broke up. Not by the police or their dogs. We had to pee.

    Ma Barker (Forgive me if that is not her name – At my age I get confused) must be stopped.

  4. It was a good meeting. We elected the right guy for the “Electoral College, too!” Congratulations, Charles! I’d be proud to feed your chickens for you while you’re “off to college!”

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