Image: The “Moms Demand Action” group stands yelling and harassing Montgomery County Republican Party Vice Chairman Reagan Reed (shown standing at left) at the South Montgomery County Community Center on Thursday, November 21, 2019, in The Woodlands. The “chesty” man who had earlier assault Reed with his chest is standing in the back in a maroon shirt. Jennifer Baca stood at the front of the group yelling at Reed. Meanwhile, the secretive organization had taped the windows of the Community Center and turned the lights off in their meeting room. It’s unclear what sort of contraband the group sought to hide from public view through the very open and large windows in the door of their meeting room.
The Golden Hammer Staff Reports
The Woodlands, November 22 – Moms Demand Action claims to be “a grassroots movement of Americans fighting for public safety measures that can protect people from gun violence. We pass stronger gun laws and work to close the loopholes that jeopardize the safety of our families. ” Apparently, the reason they want more gun control measures is to provide them with the opportunity to assault individuals gun-free who disagree with their liberal politics.
Thus occurred an assault in The Woodlands inside of the South Montgomery County Community Center, also ironically known as “The Friendship Center,” when a Montgomery County Republican Party Vacancy Committee meeting ended down the hall from a Moms Demand Action meeting on Thursday, November 21, 2019, at approximately 7:45 p.m. One of the individuals attending the Republican meeting was none other than Republican Party Vice Chairman Reagan Reed who looked through a glass window in the door of the room where the Moms Demand Action group was meeting.
As Reed looked into the closed door while he stood in a public hallway in a public building, the individuals inside of the room reacted melodramatically. First, they turned the lights out in the meeting room. Second, they sent out two very large males wearing “Moms Demand Action” T-shirts to intimidate Reed.
One of the large males, whom this newspaper estimates from the video footage of the incident is approximately 6 feet tall and weighs around 300 pounds, actually went up to Reed and stuck his large chest directly on Reed with an intimidating expression on the large male’s face. Apparently the “Moms Demand Action” in that incident were large males who believed assaulting a peaceful individual with their chests is more appropriate than respecting the provisions of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.
While the males sought to intimidate Reed who was just standing silently, the “Moms Demand Action” members scurried forward to the doors with the glass windows to tape place mats over the windows so no one could look inside of the meeting room. Apparently, “Moms Demand Action” is a secret organization with substantial secrets they hide from the public, even though they chose to meet in a public building with easy viewing from a public hallway.
Soon after it became apparent that Reed would not succumb to the physical intimidation of the two males in the “Moms Demand Action” group, three of the ladies in the organization joined the altercation to raise their voices at Reed.
Jennifer Baca, who admitted during a Woodlands Township Board of Directors meeting on Wednesday, November 20, 2019, that “I couldn’t control myself, because I’m passionate,” once again lost control of herself. She began to scream very loudly, “You picked the wrong person to try to fight with, Reagan Reed, because I’m crazy.” Baca then accused Reed of bullying 79-year-old Carol Stromatt, another liberal democrat activist, who actually sat down on Reed’s table during the November 5 General Election to prevent voters from being able to see Reed.
Eventually, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the scene. Reed was able to extract himself from the corner in which the “Moms Demand Action” group had stopped him. The Sheriff’s Office spoke briefly with all parties and asked everyone to leave the Community Center, precisely what Reed had hoped to do several minutes earlier but for the violence and intimidation perpetrated by “Moms Demand Action.”
So ends another instance of what candidate for Montgomery County Republican Party Chairman Jon Bouche has referred to as “cry bullying” by democrats and liberals.