Occu-FAIL: #OWS Rabble Fail To Infest Romney Fund-Raiser- Occupy Sidewalk Outside, Instead

OWS debuted their “American Spring”, yesterday, in NYC by way of a planned protest of Mitt Romney fund-raiser at the Waldorf.

Pictures and report via Urban Infidel:

 The plan to crash the hotel where Mitt Romney is staying while in New York City to attend a fundraiser luncheon was derailed by tight security. So instead of glitter bombs and ‘mic checks’, OWS & Co. ended up parading around the outside on the street.

As is always the case with OWS, they were a good looking bunch:

Astroturf dollars at work.
Paid to demonstrate, Big Labor Union members sign in.

What kind of people would support an organization that actually pays them to protest its political enemies?  Not the brightest bulbs in the world, it turns out:

For the full report with more pictures and video, see Urban Infidel.


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