Plans For Rioting At The Inauguration

Baltimore April 2015







When does peaceful protest cross the line into subversive and criminal activities?

It is supposed to be when they run afoul of our laws.


18 U.S. Code § 2101 – Riots

(a) Whoever travels in interstate or foreign commerce or uses any facility of interstate or foreign commerce, including, but not limited to, the mail, telegraph, telephone, radio, or television, with intent—
(1) to incite a riot; or
(2) to organize, promote, encourage, participate in, or carry on a riot; or
(3) to commit any act of violence in furtherance of a riot; or
(4) to aid or abet any person in inciting or participating in or carrying on a riot or committing any act of violence in furtherance of a riot;

and who either during the course of any such travel or use or thereafter performs or attempts to perform any other overt act for any purpose specified in subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of this paragraph— [1]

Shall be fined under this title, or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.
(b) In any prosecution under this section, proof that a defendant engaged or attempted to engage in one or more of the overt acts described in subparagraph (A), (B), (C), or (D) of paragraph (1) of subsection (a) [2] and (1) has traveled in interstate or foreign commerce, or (2) has use of or used any facility of interstate or foreign commerce, including but not limited to, mail, telegraph, telephone, radio, or television, to communicate with or broadcast to any person or group of persons prior to such overt acts, such travel or use shall be admissible proof to establish that such defendant traveled in or used such facility of interstate or foreign commerce.


Ads in two dozen cities offer protesters up to $2,500 to agitate at Trump inaugural
Demand Protest ads running seek operatives to “send a strong message” at presidential inauguration

The Washington Times
By Valerie Richardson
January 17, 2017

Donald Trump may have a point about paid protesters: Job ads running in more than 20 cities offer $2,500 per month for agitators to demonstrate at this week’s presidential inauguration events.

Demand Protest, a San Francisco company that bills itself as the “largest private grassroots support organization in the United States,” posted identical ads Jan. 12 in multiple cities on seeking “operatives.”

“Get paid fighting against Trump!” says the ad.

“We pay people already politically motivated to fight for the things they believe. You were going to take action anyways, why not do so with us!” the ad continues. “We are currently seeking operatives to help send a strong message at upcoming inauguration protests.”

The job offers a monthly retainer of $2,500 plus “our standard per-event pay of $50/hr, as long as you participate in at least 6 events a year,” as well as health, vision and dental insurance for full-time operatives.

Mr. Trump has complained about paid activists both before and after the 2016 presidential campaign, but if anti-Trump advocacy groups are juicing their crowds with hired help, nobody’s admitting it.

“There’s simply no credible evidence that the opposition to Trump is spurred by anything other than legitimate concern about what his presidency might entail,” said a Nov. 17 column in the Washington Post’s The Fix.

PolitiFact reported that a widely shared Nov. 11 article claiming an anti-Trump protester was paid $3,500 was fake news created by Paul Horner, who runs a number of phony news sites.

If the Demand Protest ads are ruses, however, someone has gone to a great deal of trouble to sell the scam. The classifieds are running in at least two dozen cities, including Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Dallas and Houston, and the company operates a slick website that includes contact information.

A San Francisco phone number listed on the website was answered with a voice-mail message identifying the company by name. A request for comment left Monday evening was not immediately returned.

The website, which says that the company has provided 1,817 operatives for 48 campaigns, promises “deniability,” assuring clients that “we can ensure that all actions will appear genuine to media and public observers.”

“We are strategists mobilizing millennials across the globe with seeded audiences and desirable messages,” says the website. “With absolute discretion a top priority, our operatives create convincing scenes that become the building blocks of massive movements. When you need the appearance of outrage, we are able to deliver it at scale while keeping your reputation intact.”

More than 100 left-wing groups, led by organizations such as Occupy Inauguration and the DisruptJ20 coalition, are calling on Trump foes to participate in inauguration protests being organized in Washington, D.C., and all 50 states.

The demonstrations are aimed at disrupting Friday’s inaugural ceremony and parade, as well as balls and festivities pegged to the celebration.

A search by the Washington Times showed the ads also ran in Austin, Charlotte, Colorado Springs, Columbus, Denver, Detroit, El Paso, Fort Worth, Jacksonville, Oakland, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Philadelphia, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, Tulsa, and Washington, D.C.



Sourcing The Crowd: California Company Stages Phony Protests

June 9, 2016

NPR’s Ari Shapiro talks with This American Life contributor and founder of Found Magazine Davy Rothbart, who went inside the company “Crowds on Demand,” a company you call when you need a crowd of people for any reason. This company sends fake paparazzi, pretend campaign protestors and pretend news crews to stoke more protest.

The writer Davy Rothbart knows this because he went undercover and got a job with Crowds on Demand, one of several companies that supplies fake crowds. Then Davy Rothbart wrote about it for the California Sunday Magazine.

Complete interview HERE.


Demand Protest Website:

“We are strategists mobilizing millennials across the globe with seeded audiences and desirable messages. With absolute discretion a top priority, our operatives create convincing scenes that become the building blocks of massive movements. When you need the appearance of outrage, we are able to deliver it at scale while keeping your reputation intact.”

Provides client base with active rioters with clandestine protection and stories of approval from “unnamed clients”: Recruitment, Directed Action,Deniability

Currently engaging in: 17 causes, With 15 partners 48 campaigns, 1,817 operatives

Ads in two dozen cities offer protesters up to $2,500 to agitate at Trump inaugural.
Demand Protest ads running seek operatives to “send a strong message” at presidential inauguration.




No creditable information?  Being known as an employee of a fake news outlet like “Washington Post” has to suck.

I guess this is another legal area that Loretta Lynch, DoJ, Jeh Johnson, and Comey were unfamiliar with.  Probably told congress this was another area they would read up on and be happy to answer at a later date…

Wonder how much property damage, impeded ambulances, enforcement and other vehicles, or criminal cases can now be laid at the door of this company?  They have been operating for a while — so where is the FBI and DoJ to arrest their arses?  

Oh wait, out playing golf and footsie at a local pizzaeria with Obama maybe?

One question, if these guys are dressing up as enforcement then how do we know who is real enforcement?  That is another crime I guess that law enforcemment has had deleted from their enforcement manuals.

Thank good we only have 3 more days to go!



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23 Responses to Plans For Rioting At The Inauguration

  1. GruntOfMonteCristo says:

    “Being known as an employee of a fake news outlet like “Washington Post” has to suck.” LOLOLOL!

    • Uriel says:

      Well it’s true lol. I wouldn’t want it known I work for them and would not include it on My resume!

  2. Uriel says:

    🙂 didn’t read this but the headline is hilarious!
    Trump Creating Jobs for Snowflakes: $2,500 to Protest At Inauguration

  3. Hardnox says:

    Que in George Soreholes who is behind all of this. He and his ilk will be in deep shit come Friday afternoon.

    There is a silver lining given the insanity of the left. It strengthens the resolve of the rest of us.

  4. I.R. Wayright says:

    Warning>Conspiracy theory ahead<
    Maybe all those buses that hauled those "protesters" to D.C. will make a detour on the way back and deposit them at one of the converted, closed WalMarts. Once inside and processed they will then be transported via underground tunnel to their ultimate destination of a FEMA camp, where the ones who can be re-educated will be separated from those who can't be.
    Hey, all this crazy stuff is out there on the Internet if you look for it.
    But hey, I can dream can't I? After all, this is what was planned for those of us who resisted the last eight years. Maybe I should shut up since it isn't Jan 20th yet.

  5. vonMesser says:

    My liberal friend (who is participating in the Seattle anti-Trump proto-riot on Saturday made this claim on my Facebook page:
    ………. “Since I haven’t heard anything about this until you mentioned my name I did a little bit of research. Sorry to disappoint this is just right-wing b*******. The group behind the ads apparently comes out of San Francisco they claim to be a quote-unquote business but the site is less than a month old. Apparently there are also Craigslist ads touting this payment. I am not getting paid no one I know is getting paid this is just right wing propaganda trying to discredit our honest opposition”

    As for me, I wand 203,000 of the bikers for Trump here in Seattle Saturday……

    • Uriel says:

      Umm not true! That group is at least six months old and actively posting to web employment sites.

      • Uriel says:

        In fact if not mistaken one of us commented on it back then.

        • Terry says:

          SEVERAL of us posted about this “paid pretend madness” as far back as Ferguson or before. It’s real alright.
          VM since when do you take the word of an obviously uninformed lib. You know damn well they don’t research anything. Your lib friend may be doing it for free, but it has been proven a large number of them do it for the $$ and usually can’t even tell you what they are supposed to be protesting.

          • Uriel says:

            Now don’t fas VM Terry. He is just letting us know that as usual Libs have very short memories.

          • vonMesser says:

            I don’t take her word on ANYTHING political. She is probably protesting for free because she has drunk the Kool-aid for years. However, she is totally naive about what the left actually does because she refuses to open her eyes and actually look at anything from the left. I wouldn’t doubt her “research” was basically “Hey Annie and Charlene and Susan, what do you think about this piece of mansplaining?”

            That aside, off her political horse, she is quite a nice lady.

  6. Terry says:

    SMH. How can this be allowed to continue ? What’s next…ads on Angie’s List ?
    I predict a screeching halt come Friday, when the entire administration is no longer on the side of unlawfully disruptive leftie trash.

    • Uriel says:

      I sincerely hope so Terry. But I’m guessing it’s going to get rough before it gets better. I’m not worried about pantywaists, but what Obamas army of thugs does.

  7. Blessed B says:

    One is allowed to protest but that doesn’t include violent acts. Let them protest all they want…let them get paid for their time…but if they do any violence or damage or block traffic….put their sorry little asses in jail for the full five years!

    I read today that in N. Dakota…..if a new bill makes it through the North Dakota legislature, there may be no penalty for negligently hitting someone who is willfully obstructing a public highway.

    Protesters may want to think twice about blocking roads in North Dakota!!