Code Pink deliberately targets kids from military families

Imagine you're a youngster, a child of a parent who serves in the military. You are invited to "trick or treat" at the White House on Halloween night.

As you are standing in line, a parade of goblins and ghosts passes by. But these are no ordinary specters. They are members of Code Pink dressed up to make the point that your military parents are fighting in evil wars.

Kristinn Taylor and Andrea Shea King of Big Government have the story:

Dressed as ‘zombie soldiers' killed in combat, ‘ghosts of war victims,' witches and healthcare fairies, members of Code Pink menacingly paraded in front of a captive audience of children one block from the White House, who waited along the sidewalk in front of Decatur House just off Lafayette Park for a Halloween party hosted by President Obama.

Last Saturday, the President hosted several hundred military families for trick or treating. Also invited were children of White House staff and about 2000 children from eleven D.C. area elementary schools.

In a press release published at their website, key Obama ally Code Pink  - a group co-founded by one of Obama's top funders Jodie Evans, announced they were targeting military families for what can only be called psychological abuse by conducting a macabre protest of the war in Afghanistan as the families waited in line to enter the White House grounds.

Dressed in fatigues with a bloody bandage wrapped around her head, Benjamin loudly moaned as she emoted being a ‘zombie soldier', while holding a black cut-out of a rifle and wearing a pink sign that read, "The White House is haunted by the ghosts of Bush's war."

That's just what children of soldiers fighting for our freedom should see, yes? Well, if your intent is to wage psychological warfare on the families of our troops to aid our terrorist enemies then the answer would indeed be, "yes."

Well isn't that special. We don't know if there were any kids in that line who lost a parent in war, but neither does Code Pink. The fact that they carried out the protest in the first place shows they wouldn't have cared one way or another.

Another stunning bit of idiocy from a group known for it.





Imagine you're a youngster, a child of a parent who serves in the military. You are invited to "trick or treat" at the White House on Halloween night.

As you are standing in line, a parade of goblins and ghosts passes by. But these are no ordinary specters. They are members of Code Pink dressed up to make the point that your military parents are fighting in evil wars.

Kristinn Taylor and Andrea Shea King of Big Government have the story:

Dressed as ‘zombie soldiers' killed in combat, ‘ghosts of war victims,' witches and healthcare fairies, members of Code Pink menacingly paraded in front of a captive audience of children one block from the White House, who waited along the sidewalk in front of Decatur House just off Lafayette Park for a Halloween party hosted by President Obama.

Last Saturday, the President hosted several hundred military families for trick or treating. Also invited were children of White House staff and about 2000 children from eleven D.C. area elementary schools.

In a press release published at their website, key Obama ally Code Pink  - a group co-founded by one of Obama's top funders Jodie Evans, announced they were targeting military families for what can only be called psychological abuse by conducting a macabre protest of the war in Afghanistan as the families waited in line to enter the White House grounds.

Dressed in fatigues with a bloody bandage wrapped around her head, Benjamin loudly moaned as she emoted being a ‘zombie soldier', while holding a black cut-out of a rifle and wearing a pink sign that read, "The White House is haunted by the ghosts of Bush's war."

That's just what children of soldiers fighting for our freedom should see, yes? Well, if your intent is to wage psychological warfare on the families of our troops to aid our terrorist enemies then the answer would indeed be, "yes."

Well isn't that special. We don't know if there were any kids in that line who lost a parent in war, but neither does Code Pink. The fact that they carried out the protest in the first place shows they wouldn't have cared one way or another.

Another stunning bit of idiocy from a group known for it.