PRD Deputy Attacked National Assembly Vice President With A Police Baton
Wednesday, June 20 2012 @ 12:06 PM EDT
Contributed by: Don Winner
Editor's Comment: The PRD Deputy Pineda introduced a Monadnock PR-24 side-handle police baton to the floor of the National Assembly, and attacked Deputy Marcos Gonzalez with it while the video cameras were rolling. Pineda came running up from Gonzalez's left, surprising him, slammed the baton onto the desk, and attacked and shoved Gonzalez in a very aggressive manner. Pineda did not hit Gonzalez with the police baton, but obviously his intention was to cause fear and intimidation. Pineda apparently feels like a real bad-ass when he has a stick in his hands. Maybe he missed his calling, because it looks like he would be qualified for a position on the old "Dignity Battalions" that beat the shit out of my friend Billy Ford. Notice how the Telemetro reporting on this incident failed to mention Pineda is a member of the Partido Revolucionario Democrático (PRD) political party, because that's the team they support in this game. He's nothing but a punk, and guys like this are the real reason the PRD is losing power and political influence. Hey Varela, happy with the members of your new alliance? Eisenmann? Nada? Do the ends justify the means? Remember that just a few months ago the leadership of the PRD was accusing Pineda of being a turncoat. Maybe he picked this moment to go "over the top" to regain their favor?