Paid Protesters? Free Money Giveaway Caught On Video After Derek Chauvin Trial

They did it for the money?

Americans got to see new photos from Minneapolis. Well, the situation seems to be a lot different than you would ever imagine. The whole thing started when BLM and Antifa went in the streets to protest. Their protests were violent and a lot of people and police officers were hurt. Rioters chanted in the streets and destroyed public properties.

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Minneapolis was on fire. But, the latest photos and videos from Minneapolis show a different side of the story. There was a lot of “free money” on the streets in Minneapolis. Well, it was more like a “free money” giveaway. The whole thing was caught on camera.

So, these people were paid to protest? That’s wrong on so many levels.

Someone spent a lot of money to bring those in the streets.

Here’s the perfect question. Who paid protesters? Where did all this money come from? We have a few names on our list. A few wealthy and powerful people can actually use a small portion of their fortune to affect the situation in this country and cause chaos.

We have already seen similar giveaways.

In 2017, the Chicago Tribune had a story of Democrat protests. Paid Democrat protests.

Republican lawmakers across the country have grown wary of holding town hall meetings with constituents.

What’s scaring these brave public servants? Paid protesters.

Specifically, paid liberal protesters. (It’s a well-known fact that all conservative protesters are volunteer and have legitimate gripes that must be heard.)

Most in the FAKE NEWS media will claim there’s no such thing as a paid liberal protester. They’ll say people are simply turning out to express frustration over GOP policies and because they don’t want to lose their health care and die.

But I’m here to tell you otherwise: Paid liberal protesters totally exist; it’s an excellent career choice with surprisingly good benefits; and each protester earns $1,500 a week.

I know that last fact thanks to Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association. During last week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (it’s like Burning Man for people who believe Burning Men should only be allowed to marry Burning Women), LaPierre railed against “full-time” liberal protesters, saying they earn “$1500 a week.”

He said: “All share one thing in common: They’re angry, they’re militant and they’re willing to engage in criminal acts to get what they want.”

(That’s three things in common, but who’s counting.)

LaPierre, who earns a measly $1 million a year not caring about gun violence, is clearly upset that a long-haired leftist protester can earn $78,000 a year just for yelling and waving a stupid sign.

Sounds far-fetched, given that such a salary would be more than $20,000 over the median household income in the United States. But I’m telling you, it’s the truth.

How do I know? Well, for starters, I read about it on paidliberalprotester.com, a website that I definitely did not create using $1.17 funneled to me via a vast network of leftist organizations funded by billionaire George Soros.

That website clearly says of paid liberal protesting: “It’s a thing. And it pays BIG BUCKS!” It even quotes me saying: “A great career choice.” And I would never lie to me.

More important than the online evidence is my personal testimony as a man who has built a successful paid protesting career. (Please don’t tell my employer, the Chicago Tribune, about this activity as it is forbidden by our ethics policy and would undoubtedly lead to my immediate dismissal. Your discretion is appreciated.)

I won’t bore you with the full text of my Paid Liberal Protester Employment Contract, but here are some key excerpts:

would never lie to me.

More important than the online evidence is my personal testimony as a man who has built a successful paid protesting career. (Please don’t tell my employer, the Chicago Tribune, about this activity as it is forbidden by our ethics policy and would undoubtedly lead to my immediate dismissal. Your discretion is appreciated.)

I won’t bore you with the full text of my Paid Liberal Protester Employment Contract, but here are some key excerpts:

It was a 2017 article. This happened four years ago. A lot of things changed in the meantime. A lot of things became even worse. Democrats have sharpened their skills. They became more sophisticated. Or not. Throwing money in the air is not even close to sophistication.

Watch this video and tell us what you think.

In 2020, we heard so many conspiracy theories. Most of them were related to Soros. Rings a bell? There’s a huge logic in the whole situation. Was Soros funding these protests?

USA Today has more details on these “conspiracy theories”:

They say he hires protesters and rents buses to transport them. Some say he has people stash piles of bricks to be hurled into glass storefronts or at police.

George Soros, the billionaire investor and philanthropist who has long been a target of conspiracy theories, is now being falsely accused of orchestrating and funding the protests over police killings of Black people that have roiled the United States. Amplified by a growing number of people on the far right, including some Republican leaders, online posts about Soros have skyrocketed in recent weeks.

They have been accompanied by online ads bought by conservative groups that call on authorities to “investigate George Soros for funding domestic terrorism and his decades-long corruption.”

Soros, 89, has donated billions of dollars of his personal wealth to liberal and anti-authoritarian causes around the world, making him a favored target among many on the right. The Hungarian-American, who is Jewish, has also been the subject of anti-Semitic attacks and conspiracy theories for decades.

Such hoaxes can now travel farther and faster with social media.

Over just four days in late May, negative Twitter posts about Soros spiked from about 20,000 a day to more than 500,000 a day, according to an analysis by the Anti-Defamation League.

The Institute for Strategic Dialogue, a London think tank focused on extremism and polarization, found an even more pronounced jump on Facebook, where there were 68,746 mentions of Soros in May. The previous record of 38,326 Soros mentions was in October 2018, when angry posts alleged he was helping migrant caravans headed to the U.S.

The new wave began as nationwide demonstrations emerged over George Floyd’s death at the hands of Minneapolis police. Some insist Soros financed the protests, while others say he colluded with police to fake Floyd’s death last month. But all available evidence suggests the protests are what they seem: gatherings of thousands of Americans upset about police brutality and racial injustice.

“I think partly it’s an attempt to distract from the real matters at hand – the pandemic, the protests or the Black Lives Matter movement,” Laura Silber, chief communications officer for Soros’ philanthropic Open Society Foundations, said of the theories. “It’s pretty demeaning to the people out there protesting when someone says they’re all paid. It’s insulting.”

The mainstream media tried to shut down the conspiracy theories. But, we know the truth. These videos don’t lie. But why? Why would anyone do this? Why would anyone spend this much money on people who chant in the streets?

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