Job ads running in more than 20 cities offer a $2,500 per month retainer, $50 per hour and benefits for agitators to demonstrate at this week’s presidential inauguration events.
Update: On the January 17, 2017 edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight”, Host Tucker Carlson took on and discredited Demand Protest Leader Dom Tullipso. You can watch Calson take down Tullipso in the following video:
The Washington Times now reports:
The Washington Times reported Tuesday that ads offering activists up to $2,500 per month to protest the inaugural of President-elect Donald Trump were running in more than two dozen cities, posted by a company called Demand Protest.
All that was accurate — the ads were real, and they did in fact run on Backpage.com. But Demand Protest was evidently a hoax or a prank [Emphasis added].
The Washington Times reports that Demand Protest, a San Francisco company that bills itself as the “largest private grassroots support organization in the United States,” posted identical ads Jan. 12 in multiple cities on Backpage.com seeking “operatives.” The Demand Protest website says that the company has provided 1,817 operatives for 48 campaigns and promises “deniability,” assuring clients that “we can ensure that all actions will appear genuine to media and public observers.”
A search showed the Backpage.com ads ran in Austin, Charlotte, Colorado Springs, Columbus, Denver, Detroit, El Paso, Fort Worth, Jacksonville, Oakland, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tulsa, and Washington, D.C.
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We first reported about the massive demonstrations planned in the nation’s capital for President-elect Donald Trump’s Inauguration a few days after the election. More than 100 left-wing groups are asking Trump foes to participate in inauguration “protests” being organized in Washington, D.C., and all 50 states.
As you can see in the following Project Veritas video, the demonstrations are not your normal protest, but are intended to disrupt inaugural balls and festivities as well as the inaugural ceremony and parade: