Saturday, March 12, 2016

Paid Protesters Used To Orchestrate Shutting Down Chicago Trump Rally

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All of the usual suspects were behind the disruption of a planned Trump rally in Chicago at the University of Illinois-Chicago campus where tens of thousands of Trump supporters were denied an opportunity to hear Trump speak after it was infiltrated by paid protesters our dishonest news media protects from disclosure., the radical leftist organization funded by George Soros, played a key role in organizing with other radical organizations the Obama Justice Department has embraced in an effort to create sharp divisions in America along racial lines. notably put out a press release taking credit for the disruptions that led to cancelling the rally.
Statement from Ilya Sheyman, executive director of Political Action:
“Mr. Trump and the Republican leaders who support him and his hate-filled rhetoric should be on notice after tonight’s events.  These protests are a direct result of the violence that has occurred at Trump rallies and that has been encouraged by Trump himself from the stage. Our country is better than the shameful, dangerous, and bigoted rhetoric that has been the hallmark of the Trump campaign. To all of those who took to the streets of Chicago, we say thank you for standing up and saying enough is enough. To Donald Trump, and the GOP, we say, welcome to the general election. Trump and those who peddle hate and incite violence have no place in our politics and most certainly do not belong in the White House."
The man who stormed the podium and struck a Trump supporter in the face is Jedidiah Brown, a Chicago leftist community organizer who is always stirring the pot of racial divisions. Quovadis Green, a Black Lives Matters activist who orchestrated the protests in Chicago last December to shut down traffic in the Michigan Avenue shopping district on Black Friday last year, was a part of the organized protest as well. There were other America-hating groups who made their presence known, but true to form, the media tried to portray the protests as spontaneously-driven because Donald Trump is apparently the most divisive figure in American political history. These protesters show up to disrupt and get in the faces of Trump's supporters to provoke violent outbursts. Even Obama's old terrorist pal, Bill Ayers, showed up to take part in the fun.
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Whatever you think of Trump, his rallies far outdraw all of the other presidential candidates' campaigns, Republican or Democrat. When a message is reaching millions of Americans that liberals don't want them to hear, they react by trying to shut down other people's free speech rights. It is now clear from this point forward that billionaires like George Soros will dump big bucks into paying professional community organizers to disrupt every Trump event in any way they can. News commentators last night were saying Obama's large rallies when he ran for president in 2008 rarely drew any protesters. They know conservatives don't spend money paying protesters to show up and disrupt liberal candidates' campaign events, but they will never share that fact with you. Ted Cruz shamelessly blamed Trump for the protesters. Careful what you wish for, Ted. Don't think they won't be coming after you if lightening should strike and you manage to win the nomination. 


Anonymous said...

If the protesters were funded by an out an organization outside the State of Illinois, the, If I remember correctly, there is a Federal Statute which could be used to prosecute the source of this funding.....

Sure would like to see it implemented, but I question the Obama Department of Justice bias and uneven enforcement of the law.

Gary R. Welsh said...

We saw the same thing play out when these groups funded the Ferguson riots that literally destroyed that city. Who would ever move to Ferguson, Missouri after what they unleashed there? The paid protesters/rioters were actually complaining on social media when they weren't getting paid all that they had been promised.

Flogger said...

Priorities USA Action is a PAC. This committee is a single-candidate super PAC in support of Hillary Clinton.

Significant donors dates donated and amounts:
SOROS, GEORGE, 12/17/15 $6,000,000
SOROS, GEORGE, 06/25/15 $1,000,000
SABAN, HAIM, 12/11/15 $1,500,000
SABAN, HAIM, 06/29/15 $1,000,000
SABAN, CHERYL, 12/11/15 $1,500,000
SABAN, CHERYL, 06/29/15 $1,000,000

So who are the Sabans, Per WIKI - On June 27, 2006, Saban Capital Group led a group of investors bidding for Univision Communications, the largest Spanish-language media company in the United States. The group was successful in acquiring Univision with a bid valued at $13.7 billion. The final Democratic presidential primary debate will be held March 9 at Miami-Dade College in Florida, hosts Univision and The Washington Post

Saban described his formula. His “three ways to be influential in American politics,” he said, were: make donations to political parties, establish think tanks, and control media outlets. In 2002, Saban donated five million dollars to Bill Clinton’s Presidential library, and he has given more than five million dollars to the Clinton Foundation.

Again per WIKI- Matthew Yglesias wrote that "Saban was the largest overall contributor to the Democratic National Committee during the 2001–2002 cycle." [25] Saban's donations during that 2001–2002 period exceeded $10 million, the largest donation the DNC has received from a single source up to that time. In May 2007, Haim publicly declared his support for Clinton in 2008 presidential election.

The Telecommunications Act of 1996 signed into law by Bill Clinton allowed for the coagulation and concentration into the McMega-Media we know today.

Anonymous said...

Trump Protesters:

Try this in Indiana. I dare you. We have CCW and Castle Doctrine. We've been waiting for this fight to take back America, for a long time.

Trump should move the Chicago rally to Hammond, and we could really have a good time showing the liberals who is ready to stand up to Make America Great Again.

Anonymous said...

Trump just enjoying the fruits of his racist remarks. When the Donald enters the real world, away from the private jets and yachts, he finds himself no more than an inexperienced punk.

Anonymous said...

Trump just called off his Ohio rally in Cincinnati. Capitulation is a sign of weakness in our society. If Trump is going to talk the talk then he better walk the walk. Right now he appears to be a coward. Let security deal with these incorrigibles

Anonymous said...

Anon 12:29, Laughing at you, pal. Trump knows exactly what he's doing. The vast majority of Americans, both Dem and Rep, are reasonable people who find it deeply offensive that immature children are denying others the right to speak. Watch and learn. His support will continue to grow. He will win states the Republicans never dreamed of winning...states like Michigan and Illinois. Heck, he might even win New York and California. You have no idea how to behave, but you're going to learn that the silent majority of Americans do not share your worldview. You can always leave. I'm sure there's a country somewhere that needs more petulant children.

Anonymous said...

This is the New Jihadi handbook for muslims in America, read and see where they tell the terrorist to infiltrate into the fascists groups, I call these groups BLM SEIU ACCORN, and other groups, see the video's where Bill Ayers, Obama's buddy, help organize the protest.
Folks, I've never seen Democrats come after Republicans like this before.
In my honest opinion this will be the powder keg that will cause martial law and keep Obama in office forever!
As an American I'm scared shiftless our Country is going into another civil war, am I the only one?

Anonymous said...

Trump might as well be leading chants of white power. Talking about 'those people' and how 'they' are destroying America. About 'the good 'old days' when cops used to be able to rough up protesters. There is nothing NOT racist about Trump's rhetoric.

Anonymous said...


All Real Americans agree that we need to make America great again. When was America great? 1959 was a good year. If you look, act, talk and believe more like 1959 in America, you're part of the solution. If you're not like 1959 America, you're the problem, and you stand in the way of making America great again.

Know what happens when you stand in the way of progress?

Don't get run over. Do the right thing.

Anonymous said...

Real Americans? As opposed to unreal Americans? Listen, I don't want to go back to the fifties. Sorry. And I reject your argument that if we don't want life to look like the fifties we're part of the problem. Trump has good sound bites. I like the guy. But this rally talk is all show biz, and Donald Trump isn't going to take you back to the fifties. I take him at his word, before the craziness of the campaign, and I think he'd like to build in America, run it more like a business, even out trade disparities. And I like Bernie Sanders too. Another unique perspective with all his vitriol against the big banks and corporate welfare. Lets move forward by running the country more like a successful business. Trump or Sanders. I think I"m with Sanders at this point. But the part about Trump I like is fixing the trade deficits. I love his ideas. Fascinating campaign.

Anonymous said...

Really had not made up my mind on whom to cast my vote. After watching the riot atmosphere in Chicago, TRUMP gets my vote. I had preferred Cruz up to this point and my SWAG, there will be more people moving toward Trump after all these demonstrations within racial enclaves. Don't thank Trump for the divisiveness, Obama's administration has done SO MUCH more to add fuel to the fire. Then of course there are Soros and Farrakhan supporting Obama's vision.

Pete Boggs said...

The phony "republican" establishment who've repeatedly capitulated to the "Present's" bigotry are likewise to blame & part of the problem.

Anonymous said...

We definitely need to go back to the 50's. America has been ruined by liberals, environmentalists, feminists, millennials, foreigners, and other losers.

We need to shut up the anti-American troublemakers, send the foreigners back home and train young Americans how to act correctly.

It's s shame what the enemies of America have done to this once-great country.

Anonymous said...

I guess it depends on if you were white and male. Then, I would agree that 1959 was a good year for you. The rest of us would like to go forward not backward.

Anonymous said...

How can going back to 1959 be considered progress?

Anonymous said...

This article is disappointing. I was expecting to see evidence that directly implicated someone getting paid to protest. Where is that evidence? Saying MoveOn supported the protest is not evidence that protesters got paid.