In light of well over 100 days of rioting, arson, looting, and violence in cities across America, the question of how activist movements are sustainable and relocatable at a moment’s notice is no longer considered a conspiracy theory. From the DC mayor, legislators, and local elected officials to the president, questions are being raised about who is funding the traveling anarchists.
And traveling they are. Kenosha, WI law enforcement reports the arrested rioters are a mixed bag of out of towners and locals: Miraculously, damn near immediately, showing up from West Hollywood, Seattle, and Pasco, WA, Portland, and Palos Verdes Estates, in California. Could they have all been on standby waiting on another tragic police-related incident to occur?
Earlier this week, President Trump spoke on Fox News’ The Ingraham Angle, giving a second-hand accounting of what an unnamed friend told him regarding a commercial flight. He relayed it was a “plane from a certain city this weekend, and in the plane, it was almost completely loaded with thugs wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms with gear,” who were scheming “to do big damage.”
For whatever reasons, Trump’s vague wordplay could’ve been describing a punk rock band’s reunion or Antifa and Black Lives Matter. Still, the retelling leads to more questions when America needs answers.
Follow The Money
For reasons unbeknownst to the general public, breadcrumbs from mobile anarchists are not being followed. But a new drumbeat is beginning to echo through the jungle. After attending the Republican National Convention event at the White House, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and wife Kelley left via a private entrance. They were surrounded and accosted by black-clad protesters. It was unsettling.
Once he got to safety, Paul demanded action:
“My question is: Who are these people? Who paid for their hotel rooms? Who flew them in? Law enforcement needs to look at the funding of violent criminal activity like this. And national Democrats need to confront it. It’s organized. It’s paid for. It’s violent. It’s not about Black lives or any lives; it’s about anarchy and destruction. The American people are starting to catch on and grow tired of it.”
Trump and Paul are not the only elected officials asking hard questions: Democrat District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is deeply concerned with the violence in her city – in between erasing the storied capital’s past. Bowser’s citizens were overwhelmed by outsiders: “There are people who come from stretches of Maryland and Virginia. People who come from Portland and Minneapolis. People quoted about the organized protests were from Minneapolis and Portland.”
Many consider the group Democracy Alliance (DA) the place to start ferreting out how funds are utilized to promote unrest. DA is a George Soros-founded organization that is a consortium of heavy-hitting leftist and progressive-minded donors. In 2016 they had Black Lives Matter in their quiver to supply resources. One can perform a simple internet search and find hundreds of organizations – one or several for nearly every state – to assist in bailing out rioters and protesters. Candidate Joe Biden’s staffers have contributed to the Minnesota Freedom Fund to help the rioters who damn near burned Minneapolis to the ground.
The problem is that someone or something – buried beneath layers of community organizations – is coordinating and funding the infiltration of cities for the opportunity to cause physical and psychological harm. And no one seems to want to dig too deep – until now.
Big Brother Is Watching
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is finally tracking “organizations, [and] the individuals that are paying for these individuals to move across the country.” Appearing on Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf claimed “tactics” were becoming interchangeable with every city in which agitators pop up to wreak havoc.
Eventually, DOJ will find the anarchists’ ATM and expose which mega-wealthy leftists are playing a real-life game of Risk® with American lives.
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