It’s a long recording, so fetchyournews.com offered this synopsis:
At 3:50 into the video you will hear Hudgens’ comments concerning Michelle Nunn and Tisdale was videoing. At 12:15 into the video you will hear Tisdale demanding [Deputy Tony] Wooten to identify himself. At 14:12 into the video you will hear Tisdale’s loud screams where she said Wooten was hurting her. 24:10 you will hear Sam Olens’ comments.
Before she was tossed out of the event, Nydia Tisdale snagged of photo of herself with Attorney General Sam Olens. Photo courtesy of Brian Pritchard, fetchyournews.com
Tisdale and Olens have a history. Two years ago, Olens charged the city of Cumming and its mayor, Ford Gravitt, with violation of the state's open meetings law when they forcibly removed Tisdale as she recorded a city council meeting.
Here’s how the Georgia’s attorney general reacted on Saturday, after being introduced to the crowd by Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black:
"The harm that occurs post-this is far greater than her filming us. What are we hiding? If we are telling you why we are running and what we stand for -- what are we hiding? There is no reason for that. That is not right. It is private property. The property owner has the right to not have the person there. Who's the winner in the long run? Not a good move."
Jen Talber, a spokeswoman for the Nathan Deal campaign, kept the ejection at arms’ length. “As this incident was in no way related to Deal for Governor, I am referring you to the owner of the private property at which the event took place.”
The governor said Tisdale's ouster made him feel "uncomfortable" but because he was a guest he had no involvement in the decision.
"I think all of you know I'm not reluctant to have people video me under any circumstances," Deal said Monday in an interview after an event. "If I were, I wouldn't be talking to you today."