Monday, November 14, 2011

Local Tea Party Takes On Occupy Eureka

Thanks to John for sharing this on his facebook.  It is a letter to the Humboldt Tea Party Patriots.

As most of you know, there has been an ongoing demonstration at the Humboldt
County Court House by a group calling itself “Occupy Humboldt”. They have been
... breaking county and city ordinances in regards to unlawful camping, urinating on
building walls and defecating at the entrances of businesses. They have been
removed by police from the court house lawn, only to return, tearing down
temporary fences erected by the County to protect the grounds and are illegally
camping again as of this writing. They have also tried to wrest the microphone
from a member of the news media while being asked questions. On the 11th of
November, Veteran’s Day, they hauled down the American flag flying at the Court
House. There have also been death threats to some members of the news media.
So far, the Humboldt County and Eureka City governments have done very little to
uphold local ordinances. They took an oath to uphold the California State and
U.S. Government Constitutions. To do nothing only shows a weakness on the part
of the governing body which emboldens the law breaker.
I invite you to join us at the Humboldt County Supervisor’s meeting at the County
Court House on November 15th to participate in the public comment period at
1:30 P.M. and the public comment period which is held shortly after the start of
the Eureka City Council meeting beginning at 6 P.M., also on the 15th, at Eureka
City Hall located at 6th and K Streets. Even if you do not want to verbalize, your
presence would be appreciated. If you can’t make the afternoon meeting
because of work commitments, you have another chance in the evening.
This is your County and City. We cannot allow lawlessness to rule. See you on the
15th!! Encourage your Veteran friends and members of other patriotic
organizations to also participate. Insist on protecting our rights as law abiding
and tax paying citizens.
Fred Nelson, HTPP Chair


  1. Wow, that was a poorly written email

  2. I didn't know that the courts were open on Veterans Day. The government building next to where I work was closed that day so they didn't have a flag flying.

    This is the first I have heard about the protesters taking down the court house flag. Has anybody else heard of this or is Fred Nelson just making stuff up? It wouldn't be the first time the tea party has gotten facts wrong.

  3. Wait, none of the Occupy Eureka protestors are black, so what do the tea baggers care what's happening?

  4. I don't think that all tea baggers are racists.

  5. IF a flag was taken down, it seems it was not the court house flag, but an individual's. There appears to be a camera filming the front of the court house, so if the owner of the flag reports it stolen then there is a good chance there is video of it.


  6. Humboldt Tea Party Patriots have about 10 active members.

  7. I think it was a vet who came down to stand with occupy and he brought his own flag, ran it up the pole, saluted it and then lowered it back down and took it home.

    Nah that would be too rational.


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