This Reuters Article describes the rioting mob from New Mexico last night:
Protesters threw rocks and bottles at police officers who responded with pepper spray outside a rally for presidential candidate Donald Trump in Albuquerque, New Mexico, police said.
Hundreds of protesters tried to storm the convention center in New Mexico’s biggest city, knocking down barricades and throwing objects at a door and then hurling rocks and bottles at mounted police in riot gear, the Albuquerque Police Department said on Twitter on Tuesday and video posted online showed.
Several police officers were injured, the police tweeted. (read more)
However, what the article doesn’t mention is that the protesting groups were 100% organized political astroturf. Notice the sign above, and see the caption “PSL“?
“PSL” stands for “Party for Socialism and Liberation“. Here’s a copy of their organizing flyer prior to last night’s protest rally:
You can visit their website HERE and find out all about them.
The second group, “The Red Nation”, you can visit HERE and see their social justice endeavors.
Who do you think is funding these endeavors?….
The same guy funding Hillary Clinton, George Soros, – The Billionaires Super PAC
Priorities USA Action is a pro-Clinton Super PAC that is not allowed to coordinate with the Clinton campaign, but is permitted to spend its money to support her. The Super PAC, which includes several well-known billionaires, said it had raised $8.6 million to support Clinton in April, ending the month with $46 million available. Among other uses, the group is planning to utilize the money to pay for negative ads against Trump, a CNBC article reported.
Some of the donors supporting Clinton include:
- Media tycoon Haim Saban, one of the co-owner’s of Univision, who gave $1.5 million.
- Haim Saban’s wife, Cheryl, who donated another $1.5 million.
- George Soros’ son, Alex Soros, who bequeathed $1 million — Soros Senior had already bestowed $6 million to Priorities USA Action last year. [ SEE THIS LINK ]
- Daniel Abraham, known for founding the company that introduced Slim-Fast, who contributed $1 million.
- Former hedge fund manager and current chief scientist of medical research firm D.E. Shaw Research, David E. Shaw, who gave $750,000. (read more)