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Anti Trump Protests Around the Nation Turn Violent

Portland. New York. Los Angeles. Oakland. All of these cities are being hit by paid protests turning violent in the wake of the Trump election victory.  The message of “Not My President” and “Die Whites” are promoting  fear and divisiveness during a time when America needs to come together to support its lawfully elected President Elect. Donald Trump is the next President of the United States and no amount of protesting will change that.

Hillary Clinton’s campaign fed on the fears of progressive students and promoted hateful lies about millions of American citizens. These riots are a direct result of her hateful rhetoric.

Professional Protesters

Professional “community organizers” fire up local communities to rally behind the causes of whomever is paying their salary. In many Democratic run cities these organizers are a major part of the political machine that drives voters to the polls and steers voter registration efforts. According to, a professional community organizer can earn around $39,335 per year in salary. If the organization is well funded they can earn additional compensation in the form of travel and food expenses and bonuses for registering more democrat voters. Large donors like George Soros and other well known left leaning billionaires have been accused of throwing their money behind efforts like BLM, the Occupy movement, and others to advance their progressive agenda.

With enough donor money, a eager young democrat could make a living posting on facebook and yelling into a bullhorn. Their unchecked messages of fear and false narratives are driven by money and often inspire violence to create the biggest media impact.

James O’Keefe pointed out in his successful sting operation of DNC operatives that violence is often staged to maximize media exposure. These progressive professional protesters may be the pawns of Hillary’s allies who are bitter about her unexpected loss. Angry billionaire Clinton supporters are likely to express their frustration at the American voters who helped Trump win the election. This may be done through funding these organized protests that are leading to violent results.

Who is Behind #NotMyPresident Riots?

According to CNN, reporter Jean Casarez traced the protests back to the hashtag #socailistadvantage. Casarez said:

“This was promoted by Socialist Advantage and one of the things they said the purpose of this rally was for was, was to not only protest the election of Donald Trump the 45th president of the United States but also to protest that the Democratic party had let them down.”

#SocialistAdvantage is linked to the group Socialist Alternative. They take credit for the violent protests in this post published on November 9, 2016 titled: WE NEED MASS RESISTANCE TO TRUMP AND A NEW PARTY OF THE 99%.

The proof of their work can also be seen in some of their tweets praising the unlawful acts of their supporters:

The group is responsible for creating noise around issues like 15 Now, the push for a $15 an hour minimum wage hike, and #Movement4Bernie, a campaign to promote the Bernie Sanders presidential bid. Their political position is far left and based on the ideology of Marxism and Trotskyism.

With all the backlash against the Citizens United ruling, democrats have been calling for transparency in the funding of political campaigns. However, shadow funding of organizations that promote public protests that have led to riots and looting in cities like Baltimore and Ferguson has gone unchallenged. Where is the transparency in who funds these movements?

This election has proven that most Americans do not want a corrupt society that is funded by the rich and powerful. They want to live without fear of persecution of their beliefs, a good job, and freedom from over taxation, just as our founding fathers envisioned when they drafted our constitution.

UPDATE: 11/12/16One person shot at Portland Anti-Trump protest.

UPDATE: 11/15/16 – Majority of Portland Protesters did not vote in presidential election. According to research done by the New York Daily News:

At least 69 of the 112 demonstrators captured during marches against the incoming president-elect either were not registered to vote in Oregon or did not return their mail-in ballots, KGW-TV reported on Monday. The revelations followed police accounts of violence and destruction at the protests.

This is outrageous. The fact that these protesters did not even vote in this election give them zero credibility in their cause. After nearly six days of protesting, what exactly have they accomplished? Nothing.

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