Protesting Trump? Liberals Have a Training Manual for You
Here leftists, take a knee. Let's chat. Y'all sure do like to protest (see Bill Burr Hilariously Mocks Whiny Trump Protesters and Dana White Mercilessly Mocks Anti-Trump Protestors ). You're kind of good at it... minus the rioting, looting and trash-can burning. But hey, violent riotous practice makes perfect! But, you know how you want your protest to totally not look AstroTurf ? You know how you're pushing the talking point that this is totally like the tea party in 2009 and 100% grass roots? Well, you may not want to post your rules for radicals v 2.0 training manual on The Facebooks.
Organizing for Action, a group founded by Obama and featured prominently on his new post-presidency website, is distributing a training manual to anti-Trump activists that advises them to bully GOP lawmakers into backing off support for repealing ObamaCare, curbing immigration from high-risk Islamic nations, and building a border wall.
In a new Facebook post, OFA calls on activists to mobilize against Republicans from now until Feb. 26, when “representatives are going to be in their home districts.”
The protesters disrupted town halls earlier this month, including one held in Utah by House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz, who was confronted by hundreds of angry demonstrators claiming to be his constituents.
See, here's the thing. Contrary to what HuffPo, the "Other 98% Facebook" page or Samantha Bee want you to believe...the Tea Party didn't start out astroturf. Did it turn in to a racket? Kind of. But the anger at the town hall meetings was legitimate anger from legitimate constituents. They weren't organized BY A FORMER PRESIDENT'S CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION. I mean, my God people. At least try to pretend to be grassroots.
Also, if you could kindly refrain from rioting, looting, burning trash cans, throwing said trash cans in Starbucks windows and defacating in the streets at your "protests," it would be much appreciated. Buuuuut, we know that may be just a tad too much to ask...