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Mayoral Candidate Beat Up Ken Gladney

From the St. Louis Tea Party Coalition:

Guess Who Beat Kenny Gladney

by Bill Hennessy on August 9, 2009

Tea Party researchers have discovered some interesting news on one of the people arrested for beating Ken Gladney.

Elston K. McCowan is a former organizer – now the Public Service Director of SEIU Local 2000 – and board member of the Walbridge Community Education Center, and is a Baptist minister, has been a community organizer for more than 23 years, and now, he is running for Mayor of the City of St. Louis under the Green Party.

McCowan accused the Mayor of setting fire to his van . . . because that’s what big city mayors do in their spare time, I guess.  He also called [St Louis Mayor Francis] Slay a racist.  And, on election night, McCowan thanked the family who voted for him.  It was quite touching, actually.

McCowan is not a rank-and-file, card-carrying union guy.  He is a director with SEIU. He IS the union.  He ISSUES the cards. Andy Stern himself might as well have kicked Gladney. 

Stern has some fishy hiring standards, folks.  Can’t wait to see how he spins THIS one.

This has still not yet corroborated by the mainstream media, as far as we know.

But it somehow sounds right.

And speaking of our watchdog media, there are still no photographs of Mr. Gladney to be found on the wire services.

This attack just didn’t happen, as far as our media masters are concerned.

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Monday, August 10th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

7 Responses to “Mayoral Candidate Beat Up Ken Gladney”

  1. catie

    Well, he’s okay-he’s a Baptist Minister. Praise Jesus.

    • Enthalpy

      Just imagine how bad it would have been had he not been beaten up by a man of god. The thought of it! Heaven forbid.

  2. Confucius

    SEIU leader + Baptist minister + community organizer + violent to blacks. Guess what Elston K. McCowan’s race is.

    Answer: http://www.ourcampaigns.com/im.....-00-00.jpg

    • Liberals Demise

      Who’d a thunk?

      He looks like a Amin follower and could snarf up 3 or 4 freshly beaten to death peons per meal.
      Minister? What church could harbor a thug and listen to the “WORD” of hate?
      Besides Rev. Wright and Minister Farrotface and Rev. Sharpton and Rev. Jackson and ………Uh, you get my drift!
      “It isn’t hate when they do it……..”

  3. canary

    Looks like It was the reverand Elston K. McCowan walking around looking at the ground several times asking “where’s my piece? where’s my piece?” That’s black slang for GUN. One woman says I don’t know. He continues to the right looking at ground, and then several people yell that ran off in direction McCowan took. Had to go ditch that gun. Original lefty reports from the union thugs was a Rev. McCowan was attacked and hurt his shoulder, and how terrible doing that to a reverand.

    Reverand? You can not imagine for 20 bucks how easy it is to get a license to become a Reverand and eligable to marry and bury people. A recall a couple of the sleaziest trashiest dangerous con artists, who didn’t know the bible one bit, became reverands per internet. They material sent telling them what to do and say.

    Also, it’s been over a decade ago, but I listened in on a discussion between a white mobster and black mobster (who’d never met each other before) discussing the Black mafia and Italian mafia, in Missouri knowing names and chatting like they were family. As with many Unions the “mafia” word does come up on occasion.
    Please pray for Ken Gladney and his family.

  4. canary

    When Israel began its attack on the Gaza Strip in December 2008, Greens immediately called for a halt to the violence.

    On December 28, 2008 McCowan joined the Instead of War Coalition for a rally outside Missouri Senator Christopher (“Kit”) Bond’s office.

    Along with other Green Party and Instead of War activists, McCowan worked to organize a January 10, 2009 march. The event attracted hundreds, including many Palestinians worried about their relatives and friends in Gaza.

    While the other candidates fret that “The mayor cannot stop evictions,” McCowan pledges “a moratorium on evictions, foreclosures and utility shut-offs.”

    He vows to use the authority of the mayor’s office to instruct the sheriff to refrain from putting anyone out of their home.

    McCowan announced that, as mayor, he would fill 100 buses for a trip to Washington …to keep buses rolling for working people to get to their jobs.”

  5. pinandpuller

    It’s pretty amazing how they never put down their cigarrettes.




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