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New Group to Take on “Anti-American” Policies of the Left

Imagine 2050 Staff • Oct 21, 2013

A new far-Right political activist group aimed at the Left was introduced last week at an event sponsored by several South Florida Republican clubs where Islamophobes Pamela Geller, Tom Trento, and Wild Bill for America were the featured speakers.Wild Bill gave a  presentation on the formation of a nationwide operation known as Tea Teams.

The new group is said to be similar to the anti-Muslim grassroots organization ACT! for America and operates on the state level, but will be made up of “hardcore” political activists, ex-military personnel, and former law enforcement and intelligence officers. The purpose of the group is to counter the so-called “anti-American” policies of the liberal left that Wild Bill claims has taken over public education, the media, and the government.

He explained Tea Teams will “operate within the law to create chaos in the ranks of those who push the liberal agenda,” as well as take on opinions of liberal activist judges without violating the constitution and seek to return “God and Country” back into public schools. The group claims to now have 4,000 members operating in all 50 states.
Tea Teams’  national organizer, Lady Patriot Diane Sori, is also the Davie/Cooper City Republican Club Communications Chair and was responsible for putting on the event. In a recap of the event, Tom Trento of the United West said he plans to soon feature Wild Bill regularly on his show to provide updates on the status of the Tea Teams.
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