Today, the Michigan Legislature cast their final votes in approving "right-to-work" legislation amid union violence that ensued outside the capitol building.
After reports of violent unrest by union members, videos of the violence against those supporting the “right-to-work” legislation surfaced but that did not stop liberals and union members from casting accusations against those like Americans for Prosperity (AFP), who they say caused the tent to collapse.
On the liberal progressive blog, Eclectablog, they state that Americans for Prosperity (AFP) staged phony altercations at the Michigan Right-to-Work rally.
One video shows the tent that was set up by the conservative organization, Americans for Prosperity being torn down and destroyed and that video has been circulating among news media stations and around the Internet.
A union member interviewed on the Eclectablog site states that he allegedly saw an AFP member go around and loosen the straps on the tent, allowing it to collapse.
A few hours ago, AFP released a new video, filmed by an AFP staffer, shows chaos inside the tent and the collapsing of the tent by union members including a union member, not an AFP staffer, pulling up one of the stakes allowing one side to collapse, countering the union member's accusations.
Prior to the AFP tent being torn down, Fox News contributor and comedian, Steven Crowder was punched in the face several times by a union member.
"They were trying to tear down the tent and people were trying to pull them off. ... And as they did that, a few people tripped. This guy tripped over a tent peg and then got up and hit me,” Crowder said.