Glitterati, gay rights activists, Glitter Bomb Karl Rove and republican minnesota congressman Erik Paulsen
This time their victims were Karl Rove, who was doing a book signing at the Minnesota Faith and Freedom Strategy Session in Bloomington, Minnesota, and Congressman Erik Paulsen (R-MN) who was receiving a “Friend of the Family” award for his efforts to place a constitution amendment to ban marriages for same-sex couples on the ballot in Minnesota for 2012.
Nick Espinosa, who invented the glitter bomb and used it against Newt Gingrich at a book signing back in May, told The Huffington Post that Ben Egerman bombed Rove and was then detained by the police.
“I wasn’t there but I heard that they interrogated him and was told that he was being taken to the Bloomington police department to be charged with assault. However, 20 minutes later I got a call that he was free and no charges would be filed,” Espinosa said.
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