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Aug 17 2011

Union Violence Escalates to Gunplay

Now that a judge has removed feces-throwing from their bag of tricks, unions are falling back on more traditional means of intimidation — like vandalizing cars and shooting their owners:

With around 25 employees, John King owns one of the largest non-union electrical contracting businesses in the Toledo, Ohio area. As a non-union contractor, his business happens to be doing well at a time when unions in the construction industry are suffering. This, it seems, has made the usual animosity unions have for him even greater, making him a prime target of union thugs. So much so, that one of them tried to kill him last week at his home.

Over the years King has paid the usual price of bucking unions: tires slashed on a regular basis, employees beat up by gorillas, rocks through the window with the word “kill” written on them, et cetera.

Last Wednesday, however, the attacks on Mr. King became much more serious when he was awakened late in the evening at his home in Monroe County, Michigan and saw that the motion lights in his driveway had come on. When he looked out his front window, he saw a figure near his SUV and went outside.

As soon as he got outside his front door, King yelled at the individual who was crouched down by King’s vehicle. As soon as King yelled, the suspect stood and, without hesitation, fired a shot at Mr. King.

He was hit in the arm. Lest there be any confusion over the culprit, the word SCAB was scrawled on his car.

Maybe politicians owned by unions aren’t the best people to have running the country. It is officially open season on anyone who resists them.

scab car john king
John King’s SUV.

On tips from J, Festivus, Wilberforce, and Hail The Amberlamps!

26 Responses to “Union Violence Escalates to Gunplay”

  1. Stephana says:

    Buy a gun, learn how to use it safely. Then, since Ohio has a very strong Castle law, and no requirement to retreat, declare open season! Spread the union goo over the land.

  2. modd kenwood says:

    the ovens will be built by union labor

  3. Hail The Amberlamps! says:

    Don’t park in the street if you’re on the commies’ permanent hit list. Don’t confront a prowler without a weapon with a mounted flashlight.
    Don’t backlight yourself with a porchlight.
    Don’t scream at the threat unless your sights are on target and you’re ready to shoot.

    Come on John, do it right. Hitting is winning. Please rid us of at least one or more of these commie vermin next time. Please.

  4. AC says:


    Victims get shot.

    Citizens shoot back.

    Body armor is also quite affordable. Police surplus III-A can be had for like $200.

  5. Jayne C says:

    Don’t tug on superman’s cape
    don’t spit in to the wind
    dont pull the mask off the ol’ lone ranger
    and dont mess around with jim

  6. Joe says:

    The only way the msm will report any of this is when the union scum gets it. Then the union scum will be portrayed as the victim. Give it to them anyway. Shoot first, ask questions later.

  7. trace says:

    I used to work for AT&T in MO so had CWA dues taken out regardless, so I joined. The only good that came out of it was a $1,000 signing bonus.
    The local cwa president (scary butch dyke) got fired by AT&T corp security for using union funds to throw personal keggers.

  8. Sinister66 says:

    I bet there is alot more then what is being told. Having worked in the industry, before doing my own thing, you get to know everyone from the different shops. both union and non union. They generally get along pretty good with each other. I bet these two had more against each other then just who is and who isnt union.


    Excersize your 2nd amendment rights start using it on union brownshirts and plug em then plant em

  10. last conservative in Vermont says:

    I’ll bet Mr. King’s first stop after he left the hospital was the gun store.

  11. Wyatt's Torch says:

    It’s simple: war is war.

    I’m OK with that. It seems to be part of the scheme of things.

    What pisses ME off is one side (unions, gangs, blacks, thugs, the IRS) is pretty much given carte blanche to do whatever they want, while We The People must sit quietly and play by the (read: their) rules.

    Screw that. They come with a gun? Me too. They can carry with impunity? Me too. They can bust heads and throw their weight around without fear of consequences? ME TOO!

    Two armies, toe to toe. We have principles, conviction and faith on our side. They have money, ideology and hatred on theirs.

    Let the games begin.

  12. Wyatt's Torch says:

    p.s. I just HAD to throw the IRS in there to be a smart ass.


  13. ThatDorkEricDraven says:

    You KKKristofascists love your guns, but when an innocent union employee defends himself while exercising his free speech you get all huffy!

  14. Carmen says:

    We live in a “transitional” neighborhood – which means we have HUD housing around every single block, all walking distance. Used to be a normal neighborhood, but slowly the parasites creep in. Cops are everywhere & gotta give them credit; they respond within 5 mins. We have police helicopters about 3 times a year flying overhead tracking down robbers (they hit all the gas stations along the main road w/ regularity). It is utter joy to live there & watch my prop value plummet daily.

    We have to put one of those iron bars wedged into our sliding glass door and one propped under the front door. Alarm. Dogs. Shotguns. Glock & .357. I actually WANT a thug to come over. Fish in the stoopid barrel.

    AND NEVER SPEAK TO THE COPS once you’ve shot someone. Zero words. Nada. Wait for attorney. No matter how much u want to defend yourself, remain utterly silent. Cops will get mad – who cares.

  15. Grunt says:

    It was clearly Union-Motivated; what part of those foot tall letters spelling “SCAB” is unclear?

    However, it’s a good possibility that these factions have personal issues; the union thugs push and he resists.

    Toledo’s my hometown. If you ain’t Union, you’re gonna be part of the ever-expanding ghetto that city’s becoming. Now I live down South in a Right-To-Work state; I almost fell for the Union smoke and mirrors, and found out that being on the rolls doesn’t mean you’re working, it means that if you’re not seasoned (having seniority) you’re just as likely to be unemployed as the next guy, and you can only work in Union shops. Jobs become available fifty, sixty miles (one way) from the house, you have to take it…if you pass, you get bottomed out.

    The more I see stuff like this, the gladder I am I didn’t fall for the Union Siren-song.

  16. Kek says:

    And the media says….cricket, cricket.

    But wait, there’s FoxNews….cricket, cricket.


  17. Anti-socialist says:

    modd kenwood says:
    “the ovens will be built by union labor”

    So true. The camp guards will union labourers too.
    And they’re all socialists, just like those germans and ukrainian camp guards. Nothing really new here.

  18. AndyPandy says:

    Oh to be Mr King and lay some traps for these bastards. So easy. They’d never survive the traps.

  19. Lgbpop says:

    “You KKKristofascists love your guns, but when an innocent union employee defends himself while exercising his free speech you get all huffy!”

    Exercising his free speech while armed and trespassing on private property? What’s innocent about that? If that union thug was spray-painting Logan’s tricycle, he’d be stamping his little feet for sure.

    That owner was green. If that union thug was on my property, he’d be horizontal after one shot and the coroner could have him after I made sure he was dead first.

  20. Toa says:

    That post is a lampoon of one of our regular trolls- and a dang funny one at that 😀 😀

  21. PabloD says:

    One of my relatives ran a small, non-unionized construction business for decades. Every so often, a union rep would come around to speak with the crew. Usually they were civil; occasionally one would start muttering threats towards my relative, and that’s when things got ugly – fast. Suffice it to say that the same goon never showed up twice. Thus the genesis of my opinion that unions are often organized crime’s way of extorting money out of workers who don’t do drugs, gamble or visit hookers.

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