From the Cheap Seats: Government Shutdown Rent-a-Riot

October 3, 2013
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A clown wearing a McDonalds short claimed he was paid $15 to the World War II Memorial

A clown wearing a McDonalds shirt claimed he was paid $15 to picket the World War II Memorial

Maybe he should have stuck to asking, “Can I supersize those fries for you?”

A clown wearing a McDonalds shirt claimed he was paid $15 to picket World War II veterans at the World War II Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

The paid-off protester, identified as Chiliquinga, hadn’t a clue exactly what he was protesting, according to reports.

But Luis had been coached to say he was a federal employee as he chanted “Boehner get us back to work.”

It’s unlikely that Chiliquinga, if that is his real name, even knew who Speaker John Boehner is, much less what he and his fellow protestors supposedly wanted to accomplish.

It’s almost certain that Chiliquinga didn’t know the difference between World War II veterans and the Burger King. Most likely he couldn’t spell “WWII.”

But he was available to indulge in some street theater for cash, and not much at that.

Not that they were even very good at that.

And then Chiliquinga and his pals think they deserve an increase in the minimum wage?

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One Response to From the Cheap Seats: Government Shutdown Rent-a-Riot

  1. Bob Terry
    October 3, 2013 at 10:33 am

    Would be interesting to know who paid this protester $15.00. Protesting the WWII vets, quite a sad commentary. but those vets are nothing but rabble rousers , and troublemakers. such a threat at 80 and 90 years old the need barricades to keep them out. Ya know this senate and this administration are a real joke

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