Paid Protesters

Posted by $ Abaco 1 month, 3 weeks ago to Culture
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I remember the first time I discovered paid protesters. Working in Sacramento, Commiefornia's capital, they were part of the landscape. Most were very poor. Stoners with rusty bicycles. They were brain dead and happy to go cause a ruckus for a stipend they could slip into their pipe and smoke. There are some more sophisticated these girls. But, I think that these college campus protests are probably mostly paid protesters. They can really be a problem because they're usually nihilistic as hell. I'd stand there with my white shirt and tie and some would crowd me and yell their script at me as though I was the enemy. I'd stand there and smile, unfrightened. My prediction....You'll start to see these types showing up and having similar tent-city protests on public high schools. Why not? They won't know why they're there either...

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  • Posted by mccannon01 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    Definitely a setup of some fashion to collect useful(less) idiots. It would be nice to see who is really behind all this. I'm seeing references to the equipment (tents, etc.) all have a common look across campus venues indicating a common supplier and add in a lot of pre-printed signage magically showing up within minutes of the "protest" kickoff.

    This is a good reason the left wants the taxpayer to fund college indoctrination to cover big debt and no vocational skills.
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  • Posted by $ 25n56il4 1 month, 3 weeks ago
    I seem to recall reading that George Soros is wasting his money on paying these college protesters. He would be better served sending his money around to feed poor starving Americans but I think he doesn't care about doing something like that. He loves the sensational press he gets bribing Attorneys General and District Attorneys. He should just start a bonfire instead. nb
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