The same anti-Donald Trump protesters who scheduled violent demonstrations in Chicago are plotting their most ambitious plan yet.
Funded by billionaire liberal George Soros and big union thugs, they’re organizing a mob of thousands of radicals into “one of the largest civil disobedience actions” in American history.
Their goal: march across the East Coast in the thousands and spark a “fire that transforms the political climate in America” by taking over the U.S. Capitol Building.
The new left-wing group is calling itself Democracy Spring, is receiving help for their plan of “action on a historic scale” from the usual suspects. Leading the charge is noted liberal group MoveOn.org, an organization funded by Soros that recently played a key role in shutting down the Trump rally at the University of Illinois.
They’re not alone. The country’s largest labor union, the AFL-CIO, has announced they’re “all in behind Democracy Spring.”
Also throwing their weight into the plan are over 115 labor unions, socialist groups, and other radical leftist organizations, some of which have also been implicated in disrupting Trump events.
Democracy Spring’s announced plan involves meeting up for a mass protest at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia in early April, and then sending waves of protestors on a 10-day march into D.C.
Once in our nation’s capital, the group has announced their intention to invade the U.S. Capitol Building on April 11th with over 2,000 fellow radicals, which the group has announced training sessions for leading up to the protest.
While they claim the intent of the protests is to return government to the people and remove special interest money (especially ironic given the participation of labor union), critics see a more nefarious purpose. In short, Soros and his liberal pals are attempting to activate thousands of potential activists ahead of the 2016 election.
“We will make this election a referendum on whether our democracy should belong to the People as a whole or to the billionaire class alone,” the group said in a release — one that was likely paid for by billionaire Soros.
– The Horn editorial team