St. Louis Tea Party representative Adam Sharp literally seems to believe that he is the most oppressed person in America. He continuously indulges in the most blatant unethical and obnoxious behavior, and then whines about how oppressed he was afterwards. A few weeks ago, he attended a pro-health care reform rally lying and trying to distort the protesters message, and then whined about how participants were "stiffling dissent" because they blocked his misleading sign. He snuck into the OFA office opening and then whined about a seven-year-olds drawing on the wall. And he spends all of his time trying to harrass progressives and then blames Obama for the fact that he didn't work more hours this year.
But yesterday takes the cake. Sharp dressed up in an SEIU jacket (again blatently lying to conceal his identity) to attend a rally honoring Melanie Shouse, the local health care activist who passed away from breast cancer. At a rally attended by many of Melanie's friends, Sharp spent his time harrasing participants and Fox2 News's Charles Jaco, who had recently run a special report on Melanie's life (tune in at 1:45 to see me ask Sharp about his skills at arguing with 7-year-old's drawings):
Yet, amazingly, Sharp again claims that he is the one being victimized. Only Adam Sharp would dishonor the life of a tireless activist, lie about his identity, and then pretend like other people are trying to oppress him. He literally is without shame or dignity.