New tone? Mich. gov’s Wikipedia page vandalized after signing of right-to-work law

http://twitter.com/#!/Blindslick/status/278686230512812032

Vandalism of conservatives’ Wikipedia pages is nothing new. After Mia Love brought down the house with her GOP convention speech, her Wikipedia entry was defaced by gutter-trolls who called her a “house n*gger” and “dirty, worthless whore.”

Yesterday Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder signed right-to-work legislation into law just after Democrat promises of bloodshed came to fruition. He immediately faced assassination threats, including a pledge to kill his wife and children.

As always, the Left is delivering the one-two punch of classy and civil, and the “new tone” extended to hijacking Snyder’s Wikipedia page.

@dloesch @maryclimer screenshot of Wikipedia entry for Rick Snyder as of ~5 minutes ago #NewTone twitter.com/sam_hempel/sta…

— Sam Hempel (@sam_hempel) December 12, 2012

The revision captured in the screen shot above is no longer live, but it’s preserved in the page’s revision history.

Wow. Fine, upstanding union folks. MT @sam_hempel: screenshot of Wikipedia entry for MI Governor Rick Snyder. #NewTonetwitter.com/sam_hempel/sta…

— plstepp (@plstepp) December 12, 2012

DUUUDE! “@sam_hempel: @dloesch @maryclimer screenshot of Wikipedia entry for Rick Snyder as of ~5 minutes ago #NewTone twitter.com/sam_hempel/sta…

— Jon McC (@fatdaddybulldog) December 12, 2012

#FAIL RT @sam_hempel: @dloesch @maryclimer screenshot of Wikipedia entry for Rick Snyder as of ~5 minutes ago #NewTone twitter.com/sam_hempel/sta…

— Shelley M G (@ShelleyMGO) December 12, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/12/12/new-tone-gov-snyders-wikipedia-page-vandalized-after-right-to-work-bills-signed-into-law/

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