Leftist Protesters Shutting Down Town Hall Meetings

We all remember how funny it looked when the Tea Party was calling out the Dems for blowing our tax dollars on a healthcare law we did not want. How the Representatives and Senators would rush out of the angry meeting.

Well, now we are seeing the Leftist manipulators have manufactured the same thing. They are flooding the town hall meetings. They are pushing and shouting down the Conservatives. But, this is manufactured anger. They are mad at what the administration claimed it would do, not what it has done.

The Washington Times reports

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A nationwide “storm-the-town-halls” strategy, organized by groups like the George Soros-funded MoveOn.org, has resulted in thousands of activists swamping Republicans at public events, creating media buzz as they shout down lawmakers and fueling comparisons to the tea party town halls of 2009.

The Left loves the correlation between these angry mobs and the spontaneous Tea Party shout downs. This kind of comparison brings more money to their aide and encourages more activism. But, will it have any effect on the administration?

So far, not much.

The Times continues

The White House has dismissed the town hall mayhem as the work of professional operatives. In a Tuesday tweet Mr. Trump said the “so-called angry crowds in home districts of some Republicans are actually, in numerous cases, planned out by liberal activists. Sad!”

Other Republicans have accused the protest network of importing activists from outside the congressional district and even outside the state.

If this is manufactured, the Left will have to continue to pay for protesters. Eventually, things will get out of hand. But, if this is not driven by real anger, it will likely fizzle out.

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