Far Left Group Is Paying Activists A ‘Hefty’ Monthly Salary To Stop TRUMP (Video)

Far Left Group Is Paying Activists A ‘Hefty’ Monthly Salary To Stop TRUMP (Video)

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Anti-Trump groups are planning massive disruptions for this week’s inauguration covering everything from “blockades” at security checkpoints to a “dance party” outside VP-elect Mike Pence’s house.

Their goal is to disrupt the inaugural ceremony and cause as much chaos in DC as possible.

It turns out that being an anti-Trump protester pays pretty well.

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A far left group Demand Protest is paying $2,500 a month for “activists” to stop Trump, The GateWay Pundit reports.

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Demand Protest says they are strategists mobilizing millennials for protests and training.
The contact phone number is a San Francisco number.

4Chan users say Demand Protest is linked to Soros but there is no way of knowing from their website. It is hard to tell if they are associated with Soros but considering all of the violent protest movements are Soros funded, #BlackLivesMatter and #Occupy, it is a safe bet that Soros is also funding this radical leftist group.

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And note: The leftist mob is NEVER grassroots. It always includes paid activists.

We are strategists mobilizing millennials across the globe with seeded audiences and desirable messages. With absolute discretion a top priority, our operatives create convincing scenes that become the building blocks of massive movements. When you need the appearance of outrage, we are able to deliver it at scale while keeping your reputation intact.

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