Paid Protesters Are Filling Anti-Trump Protest Sites

Anti-Turmp paid protesters have been showing up to whine for pay.

Anti-Turmp paid protesters have been showing up to whine for pay.

Paid Protesters Are Filling Anti-Trump Protest Sites

There’s been plenty of sightings reported on social media that many of the anti-Trump protesters are paid protesters.

Social media is ablaze with people fighting over the election and President-Elect Donald Trump.  Thousands have taken to the streets in protest but many many people are left wondering the legitimacy of the protesters.

It began almost as soon as the results were in.  #NotMyPresident began to fill the Twitter waves and shock from the people who were most vocal during this election season began to take form in cities across the country.  Protesters and rioters have been outside of Trump Tower in Chicago, Trump International Hotel, the White House, and in major cities across the country.

Now many are left wondering how legitimate some of the protesters are.  It began when a CNN anchor ousted their own staged interview by recognizing the former CNN cameraman staged as a protester and called him by name.  CNN later deleted that part of the interview.  Other protesters have come forward, explaining that they were paid to protest.

37-year-old Paul Horner was a protester who came forward after the election.  “I was given $3,500 to protest Donald Trump’s rally in Fountain Hills,” said Horner. “I answered a Craigslist ad about a group needing actors for a political event. I interviewed with them and got the part.  As for who these people are affiliated with, my guess would be the Hillary Clinton’s campaign.  The actual check I received after I was done with the job was from a group called ‘Women are the future.’ After I was hired, they told me if anyone asked any questions about who I was with or communicated with me in any way, I should start talking about how great Bernie Sanders is.”

Craigslist ads have popped up around the country looking for ‘Paid Activists’ since Donald Trump won.  Speculation on who is funding such activists have been circulating since the primaries, when DC Leaks and WikiLeaks dumped documents tied to billionaire George Soros.  That’s right, the same George Soros that was tied to the Ferguson Riots and the millions dumped in to the “grass-roots organizations” that surrounded the Black Lives Matter movement.

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This all came to a head yesterday when Twitter came alive with photos of activists possibly being bused in for a protest in Austin.  Many quickly snapped photos, calling the protesters fake.  Others argued the buses were there for a local convention.  Either way, there is no doubt that among those gathering to voice their opinion about the election, there are paid professionals there to set the stage.

Do you think that the groups paying protesters should be sued for any damage cause by the rioters? Let us know on our Facebook page or in the comments below.

  • Nancy Newcomb Fuller

    Absolutely they should be arrested, charged and in prison and allow the victims to be fairly compensated for damages and / or injury.

  • DerekJR321

    I wish these people would come and “protest” where I live. They would learn a thing or two.

  • budfudlacker

    Has anything from the Democratic party or the Left ever been genuine? I’m sure a lot of this money is coming from George Soros, who practically owns the Democratic party. He, along with many Democrats want this division because they are globalists, and fracturing the current government would make it easier to slide things over to a global government. Long story short, they simply want to destroy the US from within. Why do you think Obama and Hillary were so eager to get refugees and illegals into the country? Why do you think they’re so eager to race bait and fear monger?

    Dividing us it good business for them, and these protesters are doing exactly what they want them to do. But unfortunately the protesters, most of them, don’t really question things. They just know it’s easy money.