The Anti-Trump Protests are 100% contrived, fake, phony exhibitions of street theater, orchestrated by radicals pushing America ever farther to the political left

The Anti-Trump Protests are 100% contrived, fake, phony exhibitions of street theater, orchestrated by radicals pushing America ever farther to the political left, by John Perazzo.

Ever since Donald Trump’s election victory Tuesday night, the media have been abuzz with stories about massive, sometimes violent, anti-Trump protests breaking out in cities all across the country. We’ve been told that ordinary Americans everywhere are so frightened and angered by the prospect of a Trump presidency — as opposed to a Hillary Clinton presidency — that they’re taking to the streets to express their grave concerns for the future of the country. …

[They] were in fact carefully planned and orchestrated, in advance, by a pro-Communist organization called the ANSWER Coalition, … “Act Now to Stop War and End Racism.”…

In 2002, the libertarian author Stephen Suleyman Schwartz described ANSWER as an “ultra-Stalinist network” whose members served as “active propaganda agents for Serbia, Iraq, and North Korea, as well as Cuba, countries they repeatedly visit and acclaim.” …

Another key organizer of the current anti-Trump protests is a group called Socialist Alternative, which describes “the global capitalist system” as “the root cause of … poverty, discrimination, war, and environmental destruction.” …

They are designed to deceive, demoralized, and intimidate you:

[T[he anti-Trump protests … seek to utterly demoralize conservatives into believing that public opposition to their own (conservative) political and social values is growing more powerful, more passionate, and more widespread with each passing day.

The bottom line is this: The leaders and organizers of the anti-Trump protests that are currently making so much noise in cities across America, are faithfully following the blueprint of Hillary Clinton’s famous mentor, Saul Alinsky, who urged radical activists to periodically stage loud, defiant, massive protest rallies expressing rage and discontent.

Such demonstrations are designed to give onlookers the impression that a mass movement is preparing to shift into high gear, and that its present size is but a fraction of what it eventually will become. A “mass impression,” said Alinsky, can be lasting and intimidating: “Power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have…. The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.”

hat-tip Stephen Neil