The student began by thanking Kerry for his appearance and referred to Greg Palast's book, Armed Madhouse, in an attempt to preface the question with reports of vote fraud that came in on the day of the 2004 election. The student's attemp was apparently to preempt the standard "there wasn't enough evidence" answer that Kerry always gives. Immediately, you can see the cops behind him move closer in an obviously intimidating fashion. Kerry presses the student for the question, though in the video, he spent less than one minute describing Palast's reports. As the student becomes nervous about the cops surrounding him he asks about Kerry's involvement in Skull & Bones. At that time, a man in a suit behind him, standing with the cops, makes a gesture to have him cut off and the cops move in.
During the University of Florida, John Kerry's Tasergate incident, the senior Senator from Massachusetts was heard to say to the police, "That's okay, I'll answer the question," but the forced removal continues and Kerry urges the crowd to "stay calm" as the student is dragged to the back of the room where he is heard to say, "Let me up and I'll walk out of here." The the student pleads "don't taser me" before the zapping sound of the taser is heard and he screams for about 20 seconds.
1) Why didn't Kerry jump down or have a member of his security team go out and break up the incident? Instead he stood there with a monotone appeal for calm as the student was mugged by cops and tasered. Some leader.
2) Why didn't the cops just cut the microphone and escort him back to his seat after Kerry said he would answer?
3) Why didn't the cops escort the student out of the hall and set him free when he said he would walk out?
Welcome to the police state everybody. Hope you don't think the Dems are going to save you.