On Tuesday evening, thousands are expected to participate in protests against President Trump. The events, sponsored by George Soros and MoveOn.org are being dubbed the “Nobody Is Above The Law” rally’s. As of lunch time on Tuesday, over 600 events were planned in various locations across the country.
The website for the events has a lot of useful information. From pre-written letters to send to newspapers, chants and talking points, it’s clearly evident that an actual brain capable of thinking is not necessary for the event. You can simply be an individual oblivious to reality and can fit right in.
The website gives legal advice to the protestors. It tells them how they should watch their language, who to report activities to and more. Convenient links are given to the ACLU website for knowing your rights for protesting. Training videos and pre-designed signs are made for you. It truly makes it convenient.
What’s really interesting is that in the FAQ’s section, it’s asked if a President Pence would not be worse. The site acknowledges that a President Pence would be horrible, but that it could not be worse that Trump. It also says that they expect Pence to be implicated in Trump’s impeachment, which tells you what Soros’ game play is. While Democrats may want to remove Trump, their goal is to remove anyone from the White House that is not a Democrat.
Many locations have counter protests being organized. But the question that I have, where does this end? We all know the House will vote to impeach and the Senate will vote to acquit. Do we really think that protesting this will make it go away? Absolutely not, there’s a bigger desire here.
Those behind the protests know that the mindless attendees will do anything they suggest. After all, socialism is successful when people blindly follow without question. I discussed that in last weeks podcast. The end goal is to get people to protest or even to the point of riots.
Maybe you say you don’t believe me, but take a look at this recent article. The Nation calls for the protests to move into the streets. They suggest that this is a way to topple government and should be used here. Vox ran a similar article back in October calling for mass mobilization.
I’m not saying that these protests will be this type of movement, but this is the potential start of it. It’s one thing to take a stand for something, it’s another to act like an absolute fool. For those attending the protests on either side tonight, I would encourage you to remember that. As for me, I will just stay home because in the end, I know there is nothing they can do about the Senate acquittal.
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