Chattanooga Tea Party changes venue for talk

Chattanooga Tea Party changes venue for talk

August 23rd, 2015 by Staff Reports in Local Regional News

Mark West, president of the Chattanooga Tea Party, speaks to media in front of Citizens For Government Accountability And Transparency campaign headquarters about their efforts to sway Chattanooga residents to vote against the "Domestic Partnership" ordinance in the August 8, 2014, election.

Photo by Dan Henry /Times Free Press.

The Chattanooga Tea Party has moved the venue for a talk by Dr. Bill Warner about the recent attack by a local Muslim man that left four Marines and a Navy sailor dead.

Tea party President Mark West said in a news release that strong interest in the talk meant moving to a bigger location.

The talk will be held at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Stuart Heights Baptist Church, 1505 Cloverdale Drive in Hixson.

The release said Warner holds a Ph.D. in physics and math and has been a university professor, businessman and applied physicist. He is a highly sought-after national and international expert on the subject of Islam.

People who want to attend should RSVP to (Type in search: Chattanooga Islamic Attack).