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It's clear from the video that Massachusetts
Democratic Senate candidate Martha Coakley knows who attacked this reporter. With her currently serving as Massachusetts
Attorney General, it is her responsibility to report the attacker's name.
We Report, We Get Pushed
Video: Someone with the Coakley campaign shoves WEEKLY STANDARD
reporter outside of a Capitol Hill fundraiser.
January 12, 2010 8:59 PM
Massachusetts Democratic Senate candidate
Martha Coakley attended a fundraiser at the Capitol Hill restaurant Sonoma tonight. After the event concluded, Coakley took
two questions from the media but declined to say whether or not she stands by her statement at last night's debate that there
aren't any terrorists in Afghanistan (and that they've all gone to Pakistan or Yemen).
After taking a question from a CNN reporter
on the street outside the restaurant, I asked her:
TWS: Attorney General Coakley, you said
last night that there are no terrorists in Afghanistan--that they're all in Yemen and Pakistan. Do you stand by that remark?
COAKLEY: I'm sorry, did someone else have
GRIFF JENKINS, Fox News: I did. Why are
you in Washington tonight?
COAKLEY: We planned an event after the primary
that would be a unity event in Washington. We're also in the middle of a very intense campaign [...]
After Coakley finished her answer, she began
walking away from the restaurant, and I walked behind her asking why health care industry lobbyists were supporting her at
the fundraiser. She didn't reply.
As I walked down the street, a man who appeared
to be associated with the Coakley campaign pushed me into a freestanding metal railing. I ended up on the sidewalk. I was
fine. He helped me up from the ground, but kept pushing up against me, blocking my path toward Coakley down the street.
He asked if I was with the media, and I
told him I work for THE WEEKLY STANDARD. When I asked him who he worked for he replied, "I work for me." He demanded to see
my credentials, and even though it was a public street, I showed them to him.
I eventually got around him and met up with
the attorney general halfway down the block.
"Attorney General, could I ask you
a question please?" I said. "We're done, thanks," Coakley replied. She walked back toward the restaurant, apparently
searching for her car. She remained silent as I (politely) repeated my question.
Coakley staffers told me they didn't know who the man was who pushed me, though
by every indication he was somehow connected to the campaign.
Watch the video here:
Reporter Roughed Up Outside Coakley Affair
A Weekly Standard reporter says he was roughed up last night outside a Washington,
D.C. fund-raiser for Attorney General Martha Coakley by someone he believes is associated with her U.S. Senate campaign.
McCormack, the magazine’s deputy online editor, writes about the incident outside the Sonoma restaurant in an online
dispatch entitled: “We Report, We Get Pushed.”
According to McCormack’s account, Coakley took two
questions from reporters after the event, but declined to respond to his question. McCormack wrote he asked Coakley whether
she stood by statements she made during Monday’s debate about terrorists in Afghanistan.
He provided the following
transcript of what happened:
“TWS: Attorney General Coakley, you said last night that there are no terrorists
in Afghanistan--that they’re all in Yemen and Pakistan. Do you stand by that remark?
COAKLEY: I’m sorry,
did someone else have a question?
GRIFF JENKINS, Fox News: I did. Why are you in Washington tonight?
We planned an event after the primary that would be a unity event in Washington. We’re also in the middle of a very
intense campaign ...”
McCormack wrote after Coakley finished her answer he followed her and asked her why health
care industry lobbyists were supporting her at the fundraiser. He said she did not reply.
As he continued to walk down
the street, he said a man who appeared to be associated with Coakley’s campaign pushed him into a freestanding metal
“I ended up on the sidewalk. I was fine. He helped me up from the ground, but kept pushing up against me,
blocking my path toward Coakley down the street,” he wrote.
McCormack said the man asked him whether he was with
the media and he responded he works for the Weekly Standard.
His online entry includes a YouTube video of the incident,
in which you can hear a man ask McCormack if he’s OK after he fell. The reporter then tangles with the same man, showing
him a press credential as he tries to make his way around him.
McCormack wrote he eventually caught up to Coakley,
who declined to answer his question.
He said Coakley staffers informed him they don’t know who pushed him. In
an updated blog post, McCormack writes he believes he was pushed by Michael Meehan, president of Blue Line Strategic Communications
in Washington, D.C. The Associated Press also identifies the man as Meehan, based on photos and videotape of the incident.
Coakley spokeswoman could not provide an immediate response to a Herald inquiry about McCormack’s account. Meehan did
not immediately return an phone message or e-mail.
A message left for McCormack was not immediately returned.
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Below is Jack Cunningham standing with Congressman Joe Wilson at the Morristown, New Jersey
Tea Party on November 1, 2009.
“Never, never, never, never
give up.” - Winston Churchill
Everyone's a winner, when political corruption loses...
Cunningham does NOT consider himself a victim of New Jersey State Corruption. After nine years of battling, I'm
a SURVIVIOR. I just need some great Grassroots support to be a WINNER.
served and lived (24/7) as an U.S. Marine in a Vietnamese peasant village for months, I have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
(PTSD). I'm not looking for pity, just a little understanding that I can't continue to battle everyday.
I need SUPPORT...
join my Facebook Cause (over 1,186 members) and get active and stay active: http://apps.facebook.com/causes/406864/59628385?m=9e4cc0c7
You can learn the details about Jack's
charges at: http://www.capveterans.com/america_s_freedom_tea_parties_are_growing/id40.html
The State of New Jersey
is NOT in a hurry to bring these crooks to justice.
Some of the accused, if convicted, could impact prior criminal,
civil and ethics cases that they had oversight over.
For nine (9) years, Tea Party Patriot, disabled Vietnam veteran,
Marine, husband, father and grandfather Jack Cunningham has been battling to bring a group of corrupt lawyers and state
officials to justice in his home state. (Nine years is a long time for an honorable veteran to battle for his due process.)
the support of his own State Senator Steven Oroho and two members of his state's Assembly, Jack has his corruption/cover-up
charges all the way up to his state's Supreme Court. But he needs a little Grassroots support to take him the rest of
the way. (Even the lawyers of the highest court of his state are protecting their own. Please read the below letter,
which was copied by the State Senator to every member of New Jersey State's Supreme Court.)
PRESS LETTER FOR A LARGER COPY|
PRESS LETTER FOR A LARGER COPY|
Do you believe New Jersey Supreme Court
is part of a Cover-up...? (Please read the Senator's letter over again)
New Jersey's Superior Court may be part
In a civil case on this, a New Jersey
Superior Court Transcript mysterious went missing,
before it could be typed By The Court
Clerk as well...
HOW DOES A SUPERIOR
COURT TRANSCRIPT GO MISSING, BEFORE THE CLERK CAN TYPE IT?
Please Help This Combat
Wounded Vietnam Veteran By Making a Brief Phone Call. He's been fighting for nine (9) years.
contact State Senator Steve Oroho at (973) 300-0200 and ask
him how the state's Supreme Court can be motivated into finally giving Jack Cunningham his justice.
has NOT received an updated status, since he received the above letter (5 months ago).
Thanks to our members in Congress, this little girl already has a huge piece of the American Pie...
See her whole picture by pressing her little nose...
GET INVOLVED BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE!!
Tea Parties are Still Growing
Watch the internet for details and plan early.
There are still gracious, honorable and dedicated politicians in America
Since November 2008, my New Jersey State Legislators
Senator Steven Oroho, Assemblywoman Alison
Littell McHose, along with State Assemblyman Gary R. Chiusano and their staff have been laboriously investigating
my allegations of malfeasance
behavior within the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics. Although I have a large
amount of real evidence, this diligent legislative team have faced a number of roadblocks.
The largest roadblock being the fact that the Office of Attorney Ethics is a commissioned office of New Jersey’s
Supreme Court. The fact that I’m considered 100% disabled by the federal
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) compounds the problem in various ways. Three months ago, Senator Steven Oroho had to meet directly with New Jersey Supreme Court Justice Barry T. Albin. His actions were done in order to move the Office of Attorney Ethics to release the simplest of information
of their former Vice-Chairman Robert Correale, who, along with his former law firm, Maynard & Truland, are at the center
of this investigation. This meeting and follow-up letter addressed to all New
Jersey Supreme Court justices took place, because the lack of response to Senator Oroho office’s formal letter from
February of this year, requesting this same information. Why it took until
June to answer simple questions was excused and an apology was given to Senator Oroho and his staff from the Office of Attorney
For almost nine (9) years now, I have been getting this same (And a little
worse) runaround from the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics, the New Jersey’s governor’s office, the state’s attorney
general’s office and both the Supreme and Superior Court systems. I tremendously
appreciate the unending efforts of New Jersey
legislators Senator Oroho, Assemblywoman Littell McHose, Assemblyman Chiusano and their gracious and dedicated staff. Their bills before the NJ legislature concerning PTSD veterans, and the recent announcement of a Supreme
Court reform for comprehensive public examination and access to court records, are
major steps forward. I’m praying
that their continued efforts in this investigation gain more support from additional New Jersey government officials.
I’m especially looking forward to the
day when all the parties at the center of this indignation are brought to justice, so they can never use their government
influence negatively against New Jersey’s citizens again.
It’s time for justice in New Jersey.
Please call Jon Corzine and ask him to answer disabled veteran
Jack Cunningham's Certified letters.
Call Gov. Jon Corzine at: 609
Jersey State Senator Paul Sarto's office is not admitting to receiving any phone calls on this concern.
Please help his staff change their minds.
NJ State Senators - Paul Sarto - 201 804-8118 and John Girgenti - 973 427 1229
Tea Parties should also fight Government
Corruption. Federal and State Government Corruption is adding BILLIONS to the United States debt.
Average Americans' Heads Are Going To
Rush, Rush, Rush - (Hide all bumps in the road...) Rush
all major changes through, before the people realize what happened.
U.S. climate change bill to compete with healthcare
WASHINGTON (Reuters) Environmentalists hope the push in Congress for
climate change legislation is not overwhelmed by the debate dominating Capitol
Hill over changing the U.S. healthcare system. But it might be.
Already two months behind schedule and unsure whether enough Democrats will
play along, Senate leaders still aim to pass a bill by December when a United Nations summit convenes in Copenhagen to set
worldwide goals for reducing carbon dioxide and other pollutants.
But as the debate over healthcare legislation rages and with President Barack Obama due to address a joint session of Congress on Wednesday to try to rescue the
faltering plan, it was unclear whether rattled lawmakers will have the time -- or the inclination -- to take on climate