Dominion Power Plant Protest Puts Lives in Danger
Yesterday the anti coal moonbats protested and put lives in danger.
Around a dozen members of a group opposed to the Virginia City Hybrid Energy Center, including one man from Appalachia, were arrested in Richmond yesterday after they blocked access to Dominion Virginia Power’s headquarters.
Appalachia resident Vincente Rosa, 21, was one of those arrested and charged with obstruction of justice and interfering with an emergency vehicle.(Coalfield Progress)
That is right. These so called saviors put peoples lives in danger by blocking the road. Thank God no one needed emergency care.
These idiots are now crying for donations to get their sorry asses out of jail after they endangered lives and denied people access to their jobs to earn and support their families.
Police said in a release that four protesters each had one hand in a 55-gallon drum of cement. They blocked the street and another dangled from a nearby footbridge.(LINK)
What a bunch of idiots. They will be wise to keep their road blocking in Richmond and out of the Coalfields. Denying workers access to their jobs will not go over well here and history shows jail will be a blessing to them if they try. Coal miners and citizens are united in the building of this plant and the benefits it will provide. Impeding our right to work will not be tolerated by local police or miners. Angry coal miners wearing camouflage is something these youngins have never seen. I have. Taking money out of our pockets and food from our tables will not be tolerated. This road will get ugly and miners have been there before.
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