ALIPAC Releases Videos of Violence at UNC Tancredo Event


By: ALIPAC

Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC) is releasing two videos shot by the group’s President William Gheen that depict the violence and destruction unleashed by Dream Act amnesty supporters to silence retired Congressman Tom Tancredo on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill.

“That brick through the window was the same kind of hate, intolerance, and savagery responsible for bricks through the windows of black churches and Jewish storefronts,” said William Gheen. “Free speech was silenced on the campus of one of America’s top universities by use of mob rule tactics by illegal alien and Dream Act supporters.”

Congressman Tancredo was invited to speak on the night of Tuesday April 14, 2009 in Bingham Hall by the new group Students for Western Civilization. William Gheen and several ALIPAC supporters attended.

Police had to use pepper spray and tasers to control the illegal alien supporting protesters. A window was broken spraying glass on a black female UNC student there to hear Tancredo speak…

News of the attacks on this event are spreading across the nation rapidly, assisted by the release of the ALIPAC videos found at the links below.

“When members of Congress see these videos and find out that this kind of violent and repulsive attack on free speech and a prior member of Congress was conducted by Dream Act supporters, it will harm their cause.” said William Gheen. “This is still the United States of America for the time being, and free speech must not be silenced by those who use violence to promote their agenda.”

The VIDEOS can be accessed by these links.

William Gheen’s Full Report on the UNC Incident

http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-153186.html

Tom Tancredo Event UNC Shut Down By Violence 1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJ7vcgQjkDQ

Tom Tancredo Event UNC Shut Down By Violence 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7naTR5QCxo

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