Liberals 'get bloody' for Wisconsin, Part 11: Liberals threaten citizens signing recall petitions, threaten to attack restaurant

Citizens collecting petitions for the recall of a Democrat state senator got a firsthand taste of what rampaging liberal mobs mean when they scream, "This is what democracy looks like."

"Organizers say the rally was originally scheduled at Club 64 in Merrill, but they had to change locations after business owners say they received more than 50 phone calls threatening to destroy their business and cause physical harm if the rally took place," Merrill, Wisc.'s WAOW Channel 9 reports.

When citizens finally did meet to collect signatures for a lawful election, they were greeted by a mob of rampaging liberals.

"They circled around us, and they're bullying us. They have a loud horn and they're trying to intimidate people that would like to come and sign the petition," citizen Kim Simac told WAOW "I do think that this is an intimidation ploy."

Things got even more violent when one liberal grabbed the petitions, began writing profanity on them and ripped several up. Destroying election petitions is a crime.

Watch the video for yourself.

Liberals 'get bloody' for Wisconsin, Part 10: Death threats force school to cancel breakfast

Rampaging liberal thugs claim their threats and intimidation are on behalf of schools, but even schools -- and the children inside them -- aren't from the wave of liberal threats and violence.

"Organizers pulled the plug on a breakfast meeting this morning in Westfield between educators and state politicians because of recent death threats to legislators," the Portage (Wisc.) Daily Register reports.

The death threats cited included threats to kill the families of Republican legislators and plant bombs in locations they may visit. School officials were forced to cancel the breakfast after being informed liberal protesters planned on crashing the breakfast, and the school it was being held at.

"After hearing about the threats, Legislative Breakfast organizer Don Stevens, agency administrator for Cooperative Educational Service Agency 5, called off the monthly meeting to avoid placing children, or the legislators, at risk," the Register reported.

"The truth of the matter is you have to be living under a rock to not see the environment is escalated," Stevens tells the Register.

"We have good people in the state of Wisconsin. This is a great place to live - and this is not the way we act."