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    About Those "Grassroots" Pro-Mueller Rallies

    Karen Garcia has a great b.s. detector and writes well. Her blog, Sardonicky, should be read by more people because she has a lot to add to the national discussion.

    In this piece, she does an excellent job of showing the inner workings of the "spontaneous" pro-Mueller protests that followed Trump's firing of Jeff Sessions -- as well as giving some insights into the pussyhat "Resistance" itself.

    An excerpt that shows how she digs in and under ...

    All you have to do to discover the powerful individuals and organizations and the scads of money behind these spontaneous grassroots protests is to visit the NobodyIsAboveTheLaw website and look for the fine print hidden beneath all the hype. Buried deep within the astroturf is a whole treasure trove of former and current Democratic Party politicians and consultants, alumni from the Clinton and Obama administrations, representatives of the permanent Security-Military State, and a healthy smattering of billionaire venture capitalists and hedge fund honchos.

    Whether they realize it or not, the thousands of well-meaning participants in Thursday night's rallies were manipulated into serving power just as creepily as Trump's fans have been manipulated into serving power. The corporate media covering the rallies deliberately suppressed this vital information from its readers and viewers.

    Among the protests' funders is Stand Up America, an astroturf propaganda mill started by Facebook billionaire Sean Eldridge, who unsuccessfully ran for Congress in 2016 in my district after purchasing a mansion for that express purpose. His top issue is not health care, civil rights or gun control. It is protecting Robert Mueller's investigation and by extension, vindicating Hillary Clinton and maybe even setting her up for a third run -- or as she seems to prefer, a coronation by acclamation at the 2020 party convention when the Superdelegates take over after an orchestrated first ballot failure.

    So naturally, the Clinton fan club called Pantsuit Nation is also one of the main organizers of the spontaneous protests. It describes its main mission as "story-telling."

    Libby Chamberlain created Pantsuit Nation as a “secret” Facebook group in late October 2016, inviting about thirty friends to wear pantsuits to the polls on Election Day. The group's emphasis on “going high” and a commitment to creating a troll-free space in which Clinton supporters could enthusiastically support their candidate struck a nerve. In the span of twenty-four hours, the group exploded to 24,000 members (new members can only be added by friends already within the group). Within a few weeks, group membership exceeded 3 million people. Our current membership is over 3.8 million people around the world.

    Wow. "Exploding" sounds so much more spontaneous than "springing up", don't you think? There's nothing like spontaneous combustion to set all that plastic astroturf on fire and create a lot of smoke in the process.

    And how grassroots can it possibly be without billionaire venture capitalist Tom Steyer's NextGen outfit in the mix? Maybe he can extend his get-out-the-youth-vote and impeachment franchise into petting zoos and puppies to keep the spontaneous protesters warm, if not fired up, on the next big march or rally.

    One thing you can't help but notice as you click and scroll through all the grassroots "partners" is how eerily similar their websites appear, right down to the fonts and the layouts and the mission statements. As a matter of fact, many of them are renamed clones of one another, with the same consultants and directors. This broadcasts the message that there are many, many more spontaneous groups than really exist.

    One such group,dubbed Every Voice, appears to be nothing but a re-tweeting platform and clickbait email aggregator whose Board of Directors all hail from the other organizations listed on the main NobodyIsAboveTheLaw website, including the Sierra Club and Democracy Matters. Those busy folks from the Democratic Consultant Class sure do get around, don't they? As a matter of fact, NIATL itself is the spontaneous creation of MoveOn.Org, one of the Democratic Party's major clicktivist veal pens whose original purpose was to urge liberals to "move on" from the Lewinsky scandal. It's a tangled web, for sure.

    Here's a link where you can read the entire piece: https://kmgarcia2000.blogspot.com/20...o-mueller.html It's worthwhile.


    Oh, and did you know that Hillary's planning to run again in 2020?

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    Excellent post...mind if I steal it for 99FN?

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    Quote Originally Posted by senz View Post

    Oh, and did you know that Hillary's planning to run again in 2020?
    yep, that has been boldly apparent since day 1. I have to assume they have very little need for their hardcore (low income) base,
    after the coldcock they received on election night/morning after.
    https://youtu.be/9gFZvXjnmxQ?t=24
    if anything EVER was unprecedentedly un-presidential, that little episode should have been the coup de grace for future aspirations.
    Why is that not the case?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demeter View Post
    Excellent post...mind if I steal it for 99FN?
    can I post it on Stormfront?

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