Sunday's Tea Party on Lexington Battle Green shut down by pro-gay RINO Republicans

Massresistance Update A first anywhere in USA POSTED: July 23, 2010 The Tea Party scheduled for this Sunday afternoon July 25, on the historic Lexington Battle Green has been canceled.

It's the only time in America, to our knowledge, that a Tea Party has been shut down by Republican activists.

The organizers were forced to cancel the event by "Republicans" sympathetic to the homosexual movement and hostile to the parents' rights movement that exposes the taxpayer-supported homosexual agenda in the schools. The main speakers, prodded by a socially liberal Tea Party (and Republican) activist, announced that because Brian Camenker of MassResistance was also speaking, they would not participate.

The cancellation was first reported in the local newspaper, the Lexington Minuteman. Eric Dahlberg, a left-wing Republican candidate for State Senate, told the newspaper "Some consider MassResistance a hate group, I don't want to be within a mile of an event that gives someone like that [Camenker] a stage."

Unbelievably, Dahlberg was followed by most of the other "conservative" speakers for the event, who contacted Tea Party organizer Jesse Segovia and told him that they would not participate if Camenker was included!