Diane Carman in today’s Denver Post reports that the imposter Secret Service agent who ousted the Denver Three from Bush’s social security speech gets around. More victims are coming forward, placing the non-agent at the President’s social security meetings in Fargo, N.D., Tuscon, AZ and Portsmouth, NH.
In Portsmouth, Carman writes, two middle-aged women, Carol Shea-Porter and Susan Mayer, were forcibly ejected from a Bush event promoting social security, even though they hadn’t said anything or acted inappropriately.
“It was like a drunk being thrown out of a bar,” Shea-Porter said. “They tossed us where nobody would have access to us.”
The women only recently decided to speak about the incident:
Mayer and Shea-Porter didn’t reveal their story until recently. “We don’t want our husbands to get fired over this,” Shea-Porter said.
“But I got to thinking about it. My father was a lawyer and a very strong Republican, and he always used to tell me, ‘If not you, who? If not now, when?”‘