Peacefully Crashing Tea Party Express in West Allis, Wisconsin at the Gates of Wisconsin State Fair

Hello Truthseekers & Truthtellers,

We decided to try and wake up some Tea Party Express people by going to one of their tea parties in West Allis, WI at the gates of the Wisconsin State Fair. When we first unraveled our banner, the biggest banner at the Tea Party Express event, we started to get some negative reactions.

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One guy tried to grab the DVD's I had under my arm, as I was holding the banner, and crush them. I guess he didn't believe in free speech. Of course we had the typical loud mouths trying to degrade us. Later, we were told by a police officer that the Tea Party Express rented the front gate property to the Wisconsin State Fair and that they wanted us to move off this property. The police officer said we could move to the curb side of the property.

We did manage to pass out about 100 DVD's and flyers for the upcoming David Ray Griffin event in Milwaukee on April 30th. Our banner was also in the local section of the Milwaukee/Journal Sentinel...

which showed a picture of the crowd at the Tea Party Express (estimated at about 3 to 4 hundred) it was located way in the back of the picture. The important thing is almost everyone there observed the banner. By observing the banner it gets into their minds whether they like the message or not. Here in Milwaukee we have had an annual Milwaukee/Lake Michigan Tea Party For 9/11 Truth since 2006. You can find more pics and a short Youtube here:



Take Care Matt

Standing Tall for 911 Truth!

Great Job!


Great job! Banner looks great! You guys look great holding it. Superb!

Nice work!

Many Tea Party people are very close minded to 9/11 Truth. I'll be attending one representing 9/11 Truth coming up in mid April.


>>and crush them

Funny to read about! Probably not that fun to experience.

I guess the right is just as frantic as the left to get rid of 9/11 activists. . . frantic to pretend there are no questions or that they don't matter.