Wednesday, October 27, 2010

(VIDEO) MoveOn.org's Lauren Valle Proved a Liar by Just-Released Video Showing Events Before Head-stomping Incident

by the Left Coast Rebel

If you are like me and voraciously following election news this week, you are most-likely exhausted of reading about the "head-stomping" incident involving a violent, paid, far-left batsh$t-crazy MoveOn.orger with a mile-long rapsheet and a Rand Paul supporter. The left has found it to be the cause célèbre of the final week election push - proving just how desperate, doomed and pathetic they truly are. In some ways I consider the issue a blessing as it is distracting hundreds of Soros-funded Bolshevik-bloggers at this point and Rand is going to easily win his race.

Lauren Valle (the MoveOn.org activist) has repeatedly claimed that she was just trying to get a signature and photograph from Rand Paul. She said this on MSNBC last night:

Well just before the tape I was identified by the Rand Paul campaign because they’ve seen me around town at these events. And they realized they know me because of my work and they don’t support it. So they actually formed a blockade around me once they realized that I was there. And as Rand’s car pulls up they step in front of me and start to block me so I stepped off the curb to try and get around them and at that point they pursued me around the car, chased me around the car, and what you see in the video is when I’m in the front of the car and that’s when I’m pulled down and then my head is stomped on.


She is an out-and-out liar.

The following video clearly shows Lauren Valle rushing Rand Paul's vehicle and pushing her sign into the car. A clearly dangerous, provocative act that completely discredits her version of the events. Hat-tip to Redstate:



I guess that Lauren Valle and MoveOn.org assumed that the rest of the video would never surface, this revelation easily disproves the 'angry-white-male-mob' that the Bolshevik bloggers are running with.

And for the record - though it won't matter to the trolls out there - it is never ok to step on someone's head. Tim Profitt should face serious penalties and the full extent of the law for doing so.

Cross posted to LCR.

4 comments:

  1. LCR,

    I was wondering if there was more to this story. Of course, stomping on someone's head is never polite. To be sure.

    Glad to have stopped by and see this article. Nice sleuthing, LCR!

    Donald in Bethel, CT

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  2. Can you explain how her holding a sign up to the car window is a "clearly dangerous" act? And what is wrong with a political activist being "provocative"? Or is it political activism itself you disagree with?

    Your description is not correct. She does not push the sign into the car. The video clearly shows that the sign does not enter the car. She holds it up at an angle, appears to realize that it is turned the wrong way, turns it around so that the writing on it (which I cannot make out) is facing the window, and then is pulled away from the car.

    Her intent is clearly that the occupants of the vehicle, and undoubtedly Rand Paul in particular, should see the sign, which does not agree with her statement that she "stepped off the curb to try to get around them", I see no particular danger here beyond that of any political figure in a crowded public place.

    Holding a sign up to the car window is neither dangerous nor warrants what happened next. I heartily agree with you that Tim Profitt should face serious legal repercussions for his acts.

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  3. Just ask Benazir Bhutto whether it's a good idea to let political foes with ambiguous intentions rush your vehicle. Oh, wait, you can't, she's dead.

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  4. So if it were Pelosi or Reid I guess it would have been ok to rush their vehicle? Give me a break! She wanted this to happen for the very reason we are all writing about it and she is getting on TV. Stomping her SHOULDER (Not head) should be handled as an assault. All affiliations aside....It is just plain assault. She could also be cited for attempting to incite a riot.

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