Thursday, April 16, 2015


A single-seat helicopter flew through restricted airspace over the District on Wednesday and landed on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, where police immediately swarmed the aircraft and arrested the pilot.
U.S. Capitol Police said in a statement that they had detained and were questioning the pilot, whom they did not identify, pending charges.
The pilot was identified as Florida postal carrier and long time Democrat Party activist Doug Hughes, 61, by the Tampa Bay Times, which said his stunt was a protest to call for campaign finance reforms. The newspaper had chronicled Mr. Hughes’ plans for at least two months. He also claimed responsibility for his act on his website,

The Democracy Club has been identified as a member of the George Soros funded Democracy Alliance, which is a sock puppet for the Democrat Party.
The mailman’s alleged aim Wednesday was to deliver to each of Congress’ 535 members a two-page letter outlining his demands; however, the real purpose was to make Democrat Party opposition to Citizens United V. FEC that allows corporations to donate money to the Republican Party in 2016 appear to have wide public support.
According to several reports, federal authorities had been made aware of his protest plans, presumably by the pilot himself and by other Democrat Party operatives, which explains why the aircraft was not shot out of the sky by Homeland Security.

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