Leading anti-Trump Alt-Left activists backed by major Democratic donors including George Soros are currently mobilizing large numbers of protesters ahead of President Donald Trump’s rally in Phoenix on Tuesday, with the intention of stealing the show from the president’s event.
Local leaders of Indivisible, one of many “resistance” protest groups formed as a direct response to Trump’s election, are organizing thousands of protesters associated with a coalition of left-wing groups ahead of Tuesday’s event. In addition to organizing mass protests outside the rally, Indivisible is encouraging protesters to register for tickets for the rally itself, increasing the likelihood that protesters will disrupt Trump’s speech, as often happens at Trump’s rallies. (Related: Antifa crashes Heather Heyer’s funeral armed with bats and purple shields)
Although originally founded by activists not backed by donors, Indivisible’s website now states that the group “is a project of the Advocacy Fund,” a progressive advocacy group that receives money from the Open Society Policy Center, an arm of Soros’ Open Society Foundations. That revelation follows USA Today’s reporting in May that leaders of Indivisible and Women’s March met with Democracy Alliance, a Soros-led network of left-wing donors, to discuss funding options.
Left-wing activists have organized four events against Trump on Tuesday, culminating in one massive protest at the rally. That protest will be “lead by every organization and individual that does not support President Trump,” according to Indivisible’s Phoenix branch.
Thousands of protesters are expected at Trump’s rally, which comes amidst an already tense political climate following violent clashes in Phoenix and Boston.
Phoenix Police Chief Jerri Williams said earlier this week that police will be at “maximum staffing during the visit.”
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton criticized Trump for holding the rally in the wake of deadly violence at a white nationalist in Charlottesville last week.
“I am disappointed that President Trump has chosen to hold a campaign rally as our nation is still healing from the tragic events in Charlottesville,” Stanton, a Democrat, said in a statement last week. (Related: An organization (FFTF) is offering as much as $15,000 a month to anti-Trump activists to help in ‘resistance.’)
Protesting Trump at every event will only make people flock to him in 2020 like they did in 2016.
That goes double if the protests become violent, as is often the case when liberals are leading the charge. (Related: BOMBSHELL Report Suggests Charlottesville Was A SETUP And Here’s How)
If you’re planning to get a glimpse of the president today, be safe.