Numerous American Twitter users have reported receiving robocalls from former president Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton inciting them to “resist Trump.”
Actor Scott Baio was among the first to report large numbers of Twitter users claiming to have received the robotic phone calls, which were reportedly seeking to raise money for Democrats hoping to block President Trump’s new executive order on immigration, also referred to as the travel ban, and to hamper Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Twitter users also report receiving automated calls from Obama encouraging them to disrupt town hall meetings in congressional districts and to urge elected officials to reject Trump’s cabinet nominees.
— Scott Baio (@ScottBaio) March 10, 2017
— molly moe (@mollymoe3) March 1, 2017
@realDonaldTrump Obama is making robo calls 2 gather funds messages claim they are going 2 overthrow u. This is insane. Must prosecute.
— Eliyahu Evans (@EvansEliyahu) February 22, 2017
— Virginia Parker (@ginnyweir) February 19, 2017
#Hannity 2 days ago I rec robo call from a democrat introing Obama who spoke 15 min pre rec msg requesting we do evertng pos against DT
— Commercial Audio Atl (@CommercialAudi0) March 7, 2017
So I just got a robo call from Barack Obama asking me to give money to help block Trump’s travel ban. That was fast.
— Thomas Mills (@tmillsNC) March 11, 2017
@RealJamesWoods I recd Obama recording call at work saying resist Trump. Obama needs to crawl back under that rock where he came from. Ass.
— Mary (@trapolsi96) March 10, 2017
— Америка 3x 🇺🇸 (@LeoDube) March 11, 2017
— 🔷Ruby Rockstar🔷 (@KelMcGuire333) February 15, 2017
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch recorded her own call for resistance – and even violence – speaking of activists in the past who have marched, bled and died – and she said, “We can do this again.”
Hillary Clinton recorded her own video calling for resistance as well. “Let resistance, plus persistence, equal progress for our party,” she declares.
H/T: Long Room
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