Rand Paul head-stomper wants an apology

Welcome to bizzaro world, where up is down, wrong is right, and where the man who stomped a Moveon.org supporter in the head wants an apology.

“I don’t think it’s that big of a deal,” Profitt said. “I would like for her to apologize to me to be honest with you.”

“She’s a professional at what she does,” Profitt added, “and I think when all the facts come out, I think people will see that she was the one that initiated the whole thing.”

For those of you unfamiliar with what happened, a few days ago an altercation occured when Lauren Valle was tossed around by Rand Paul supporters when she tried to give him a fake award. After tossing her around and ripping off her wig, she was eventually head-stomped by a Rand Paul volunteer named Tim Profitt. The whole thing was caught on tape, which you can watch here.

A few fans were asking whether or not he got arrested, and it looks like police have issued a criminal summons (I’m guessing for assault). Still, I’m not even sure what the fuck this idiot thinks Valle should apologize for. I’m assuming it’s making him assault her or something. Makes me wonder what kind of shitty husband this fucking guy must be. “Baby, you know I didn’t mean to hurt you like that; you just have to stop burning the toast!”

Comments (8)

  • avatar

    Matt

    The pop star you posted about earlier in the week shouldn’t have left her husband and she wouldn’t have been murdered.

    And Valle shouldn’t have had an opinion and she wouldn’t have had her head stepped on.

    Simple, right?

  • avatar

    J.N. Hudson

    What is equally as bad are the scumfucks defending Profitt and even praising his actions (A hearty Fuck You! to Rush Limbaugh) and acting like being a member of MoveOn.org or, god forbid, not being a teabagger is a crime in and of itsef and that those people are just getting what they deserve.

    And now this bastard thinks he deserves an apology? What does he expect her to apologize for? He claims to have been worried about Rand Paul’s safety, but she was already pinned to the ground by 3 or more people when he clearly stepped on her shoulder and then stomped her head, so should she apologize for allowing her head to come beteen his foot and the pavement?

    “She’s a professional at what she does,”

    And exactly how does that give someone the fucking right to stomp on the head of anyone else, especially someone who is already restrained?

    “and I think when all the facts come out, I think people will see that she was the one that initiated the whole thing.”

    Oh… So now he’s saying that she somehow “made” him do it. So not only is he a mysogonist bastard, but he’s also a coward.

    Is it just me, or is anyone else rather disturbed by the Tea Partier’s tendency to sick common thugs or make both veiled and unveiled threats or violence on people who dare to express dissenting veiw points in their presence or journalist who have the nerve to ask questions they don’t like.

    Just the high profile examples include…
    -Sharon Angle’s “Second ammendment remedies” comment.
    -Paladino’s “I’ll take you out” threat to a reporter.
    -One of NC’s candidates advocating that his supporters make his opponent “Afraid to leave his house”.
    -Joe Miller’s goon squad handcuffing and detaining a reporter for asking a question he didn’t like, and then acting as if he alone can empower his goon squad to arrest people for things that are not even crimes.
    -Rand Paul’s Lexington-Fayette county campaign coordinator head stomp of an already restrained protester.

    I hear all the comparisons of Democrats and liberals of engaging in Nazi-like tactics, and warnings of violence coming from the left. But it seems to me that these Tea Party thugs and goon squads bear far more resemblence to the Nazi’s SA than MoveOn.org or the DCCC. Moreover, as far as I can tell, the vast majority of violence in this campaign season is commited by right-wingers.

  • avatar

    Razzle

    The stomp wasn’t that bad. There I said it. It sounds like someone got pulverized when you read the headline, but that wasn’t the case. I don’t support the teaparty at all, but it was dickish much more so than painful.

  • avatar

    Razzle

    I’m not defending them. It just wasn’t super violent.

  • avatar

    alastair

    They are so infuriating!

  • avatar

    Shamrock

    The first individuals that laid hands on this woman committed a criminal act – it is illegal to grab someone and wrestle them to the ground and ‘restrain’ them. She could have been injured in that process.

    Similarly, Joe Miller’s “security” team that chose to grab a person and handcuff them – that is illegal! As soon as you lay hands on a person it is an assault, plain and simple, and should be prosecuted.

    @ Razzle – to say the stomp was not that bad or not that violent is naive. Compared to fictional action movies it may not seem like much, but this was an actual person. I have been around plenty of real violence as a Marine, and now I see a lot of trauma as a professional firefighter.

    The space from the curb to the street was this woman’s biggest ally, because her body had nowhere else to go when compressed. The ‘stomp’ or stepping on her that this guy did was more than enough to break ribs and do internal damage (compare his step to a CPR chest compression). It was not ‘dickish,’ it was criminal assault and battery and should be prosecuted as such.

  • avatar

    Jacob Fortin

    ^I love firefighters! My dad was a volunteer one for many years. Thanks for taking crazy risks to protect people’s lives and their property!

  • avatar

    Jim

    the guy is the lowest cunt on the planet. But what’s worse is that he thinks he’s some righteous defender. This is the kind of sick mentality being fostered by people in media like bill o’reilly, rush limbaugh, glenn beck, etc…

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