Kenneth Gladney is Black Conservative Attacked, Cavuto (Videos)

Kenneth Gladney is a Black conservative who was attacked at a Townhall meeting in St. Louis, Missouri. FoxNews‘ Neil Cavuto interviewed Mr. Gladney. See two videos below, one which includes a glimpse of the attack on Mr. Gladney.

Kenneth Gladney, 38, attended a St. Louis health care Townhall meeting hosted by Rep. Russ Carnahan (D-MO). Gladney is a vendor of conservative items, buttons, flags and such. He was attacked after being called the “N” word, allegedly by a Black man. His merchandise was roughed-up. He was hit in the face, knocked to the ground and kicked. His glasses were broken and he ended up in St. John’s Mercy Medical Center with injuries to his knee, back, elbow, shoulder and face.

Mr. Gladney is an entrepreneur. He is unemployed and was trying to “make an honest dollar.” He says he had no opinions about health care, but it appears that Union members from the SEIU (Service Employees International Union) didn’t like his entrepreneurial spirit. The SEIU motto is Change that Works, and it appears they are willing beat the heck out of someone to get that change.

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