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Thursday, February 23, 2017

This is my shocked face

The "angry crowds" popping up at town hall meetings are nothing more than paid protesters.

Jimmy Dahman, a former field organizer for the Clinton campaign in Iowa, founded the Town Hall Project. Dahman claimed on CNN that the town hall events are "all organic and happening at the grassroots level." 
Dahman's group is closely involved with, a major progressive activist group that recently launched a website, called, to encourage activists to attend town hall events. 
The Town Hall Project's parent company is The Action Network, which was involved in demonstrations against Walmart and the protests in Ferguson. 
The Action Network's board of directors includes Mark Fleischman, a former vice president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU); Brian Young, who worked on campaigns for Howard Dean and John Kerry; Jeffrey Dugas, who worked for John Podesta's Center for American Progress and Elizabeth Warren's 2012 Senate campaign; and Rich Clayton, who worked for the SEIU and the shareholder activism arm of Change to Win, a labor group that describes itself as a "strategic organizing center."
The Action Network is located at the same Washington, D.C., address as United We Dream, the "largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation." United We Dream has received funding from liberal billionaire George Soros. It began organizing "sanctuary campus" anti-Trump protests shortly after the election.

I know, I know.  Shocking.  Shocking that people screaming at Republicans would be nothing more than George Soros-paid shills.  That's never happened before.  At all.  Nope.

I swear, there's not one single organic moment in the Democrat Party.  It's like the entire party is made up of either the sneering dictators or mindless, blithering retards being led around by the nose.  There's no-one in between those who sides.  And they're incestuous as all hell.

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