Democrats smear anti-health care reform protestors in Denver

Rick Moran
An act of vandalism at the headquarters of the Colorado Democratic Party was initially blamed on anti-health care reform protestors by the state's Democratic party chairwoman.

Unfortunately for her, the perps turned out to be liberal activists.

Michelle Malkin:

I called out GOP fake hate crime perpetrator Ashley Todd last year and have documented a long list of hoax crimes across party, racial, and gender lines for nearly two decades.

So, the latest case of so-called progressives vandalizing a Democrat headquarters in Denver comes as no surprise. And neither does the initial attempt by Colorado Democrats to blame "hate" by "the other side" and to shamelessly tie the crime to town hall protesters.

The perp has an interesting background according to Jessica Fender in the Denver Post:

Maurice Schwenkler wore a shirt over his face, a hooded sweat shirt and latex gloves before he and another man fled the scene on bicycles, police said. Schwenkler was apprehended after a short chase. The other suspect remains at large.

While Schwenkler does not appear in the state's voter registration database, a person by that name in November 2008 received $500 from a political 527 committee called Colorado Citizens Coalition for "communications," according to campaign finance disclosures.

The accountant for the 527 appears to be the same woman who handles the books for many other Democratic-leaning political committees. A Maurice Schwenkler also signed an online 2005 petition to free anti-war Christian protesters who were captured in Iraq.

State Democratic Party Chairwoman Pat Waak initially blamed the vandalism on animosity surrounding the health care debate, though Denver police declined to comment on possible motives.

The shattered windows were emblazoned with posters touting President Barack Obama and the Democratic position on health care reform.

Malkin points out that the CCC is an SEIU front group. Makes sense. They have that "Reichstag fire" mentality as evidenced by their eagerness to start trouble at tea party protests against health care reform in order to blame their victims for the violence.

No apology yet from Chairwoman Waak who smeared her opponents by blaming them for the vandalism.










An act of vandalism at the headquarters of the Colorado Democratic Party was initially blamed on anti-health care reform protestors by the state's Democratic party chairwoman.

Unfortunately for her, the perps turned out to be liberal activists.

Michelle Malkin:

I called out GOP fake hate crime perpetrator Ashley Todd last year and have documented a long list of hoax crimes across party, racial, and gender lines for nearly two decades.

So, the latest case of so-called progressives vandalizing a Democrat headquarters in Denver comes as no surprise. And neither does the initial attempt by Colorado Democrats to blame "hate" by "the other side" and to shamelessly tie the crime to town hall protesters.

The perp has an interesting background according to Jessica Fender in the Denver Post:

Maurice Schwenkler wore a shirt over his face, a hooded sweat shirt and latex gloves before he and another man fled the scene on bicycles, police said. Schwenkler was apprehended after a short chase. The other suspect remains at large.

While Schwenkler does not appear in the state's voter registration database, a person by that name in November 2008 received $500 from a political 527 committee called Colorado Citizens Coalition for "communications," according to campaign finance disclosures.

The accountant for the 527 appears to be the same woman who handles the books for many other Democratic-leaning political committees. A Maurice Schwenkler also signed an online 2005 petition to free anti-war Christian protesters who were captured in Iraq.

State Democratic Party Chairwoman Pat Waak initially blamed the vandalism on animosity surrounding the health care debate, though Denver police declined to comment on possible motives.

The shattered windows were emblazoned with posters touting President Barack Obama and the Democratic position on health care reform.

Malkin points out that the CCC is an SEIU front group. Makes sense. They have that "Reichstag fire" mentality as evidenced by their eagerness to start trouble at tea party protests against health care reform in order to blame their victims for the violence.

No apology yet from Chairwoman Waak who smeared her opponents by blaming them for the vandalism.