Obama Activists Create Anti-Trump Protest Manual

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The Obama-founded activist group, Organizing for Action (OFA—which is featured on his new website) is busy preparing tens of thousands of agitators to protest the new president’s policies.

In order to reach them all, a training manual has been released, promoting tactics to bully GOP lawmakers and to stop them from repealing ObamaCare, increase vetting of immigrants from Islamic nations, and building a border wall.

According to a recent article in the New York Post, OFA recently used a Facebook post to mobilize activists against Republicans from now until Feb. 26, when “representatives are going to be in their home districts.”

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One tactic used by protesters is to disrupt town halls, which they recently did in Utah when hundreds of outraged demonstrators pretending to be his constituents confronted House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz.

The manual instructs protesters to infiltrate town halls quietly, so it seems like the opposition is real. They’re also told to ask “hostile” questions and loudly heckle politicians.

“Express your concern [to the event’s hosts] they are giving a platform to pro-Trump authoritarianism, racism, and corruption,” the manual says.

OFA’s goal is to cause Republicans to question their support for the president’s agenda, as it primes “the ground for the 2018 midterms when Democrats retake power.”

H/T: New York Post

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