Although the mainstream media is attempting to portray the country-wide Anti-Trump protests as organic and “spontaneous” events, witnesses have described a much more coordinated, and well funded, starting point for these events.
Hundreds of anti-Trump protesters rallying under the headline “Not My President” have descended on major cities like Portland, Seattle and Chicago in the past days. Their stated purpose is suppose to be combating the “hateful rhetoric” of Donald Trump, but these protests are coming off more as sore losers disrupting the country because they lost an election. These anti-Trump protests have but one goal, to inhibit and hinder Donald Trump’s legitimate presidency in any way they can and to attempt to disrupt his supporters.
Now, thanks to Zerohedge, a witness video taped “5 city blocks on the West side of Chicago lined with buses from Wisconsin (Badger Bus Lines) bringing in protestors. The Sears tower is visible in the background.”
The viewer states that these buses have the company name of “Badger Coaches” painted on the sides, which is a transportation company in Wisconsin, indicating a massive level of coordination going on since these events are happening in multiple cities around the country at the same time.
Renting these buses to transport protesters in from neighboring states not only takes organization, but also funding, not to mention the cost of paying those leading these events.
In case you’re wondering what the going rate is for protesters these days, here is a screenshot of Craigslist ads that someone caught advertising for anti-Trump protest positions in Seattle.
— Ben Jammin 🇺🇸 (@xBenJamminx) November 12, 2016
Someone should pay the bus drivers to bring these protesters to the local employment center, rather than downtown Chicago to riot, disrupt traffic and destroy property. Or, give them a one-way ticket to North Korea so maybe they’ll appreciate our democratic election system a bit more.
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