There is new smear on Allen West for support from The Outlaws Motorcycle Club (AOA). Retired Lt. Col. West is vying to take Democrat incumbent Ron Klein's congressional seat in Florida's 22nd District . The Outlaws support the Colonel. They are arch-enemies of Hells Angels. Both clubs have members in prison.
But here's the thing about The Outlaw's support of Allen West: West is a patriot, he reveres the U.S. Constitution and he talks about it. He reveres our Republic and our democracy, and he talks about it. If the Outlaws are supporting West, then they must also support the same. If the Outlaws are ruthless and involved in criminal activity, our laws will deal with them, but apparently the Outlaws that West has had contact with are free citizens of the U.S. They are free to vote, and I believe they will not vote twice, will not vote a non-voter's vote, and will not sign-up illegals and escort them to the polls - all of which Liberals engage in in every election year. See a video below.
Infamously, if you are a Liberal, and famously if you are a Conservative, West gave a belligerent Iraqi civilian police office the opportunity to tell him who was killing soldiers:
After about 20 more minutes of useless questioning, West grabbed the man, held him down near a box full of sand used to discharge jammed weapons, and said something like, "This is it. I'm going to count to five again, and if you don't give me what I want, I'm going to kill you." West held the man down, counted to five, and then fired his pistol into the discharging box about a foot from the Iraqi's head. He began talking. Over the next few minutes, the prisoner gave very specific information about the plot. He named the conspirators, gave times and dates of the assassination plan, and even described how attacks would be made.After the Iraqi talked, there were no more attacks on U.S. forces. For this, Lt. Col. West was relieved of this campaign:
He was told he would go through an Article 32, which is about the same as a Grand Jury hearing. At the hearing he was asked if he would do the same thing again. West replied "if it's about the lives of my men and their safety, I'd go through hell with a gasoline can."Congress sent a letter to the Secretary of the Army in support of him with 95 signatories.The video below is West talking about the incident in Iraq. View the NBC video of West talking about the Outlaws here. Michelle Malkin has an interesting take on this story here. Thanks to The Blaze.