The media would have you believe that the young activists of Parkland Florida are terrified victims afraid for their lives and are passionate about change. While it is true that David Hogg clearly has aspirations of something bigger than an “A” on a math test, there are others fueling the movement, using the children as puppets in their plan. Everything we’ve seen from the March for Our Lives movement to the constant promotion of Hogg, is no coincidence. What’s worse, is it’s just the beginning.
Hogg isn’t working alone, he’s a tool being used in something much bigger, which has just surfaced. Some of these shadowy figures have been associated with other groups with a sole purpose of dismantling the Trump administration.
American News Central recently wrote, If you thought that David Hogg and his fellow activists were going to quietly fade into the sunset, they have a project in the works, hoping to stave that off.
Hogg and the others have been promoting people to come out and flood town halls being held by Congressional members over the April break in their home communities.
Called the “Town Hall for Our Lives” project, it’s not being organized by the students but by professional progressive activists who have done it in the past.
— Town Hall Project (@townhallproject) March 26, 2018
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) April 2, 2018
51 members of Congress holding town halls this recess.
22 fully confirmed THFOL events on the site and over 300 organizers in 144 districts working to secure others. We should confirm at least 5 more by end of day. #TownHallForOurLives
— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) March 29, 2018
The town halls are being assembled by professional progressive activists, with primary participation from Indivisible, a radical organization that describes itself as a “progressive grassroots network of local groups” seeking to “resist the Trump Agenda.”
The town halls are also being organized by a group calling itself the Town Hall Project, which is assisting the organizers of the March for Our Lives movement to stage the town hall forums nationwide.
The Town Hall Project is led by professional organizers. It gained notoriety when it organized activists last year to support progressive healthcare legislation.
The Town Hall Project is led by former organizers for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Jimmy Dahman – Executive Director – Prior to starting Town Hall Project, Jimmy organized for and managed numerous electoral and issue campaigns across more than ten states, including managing over 70 organizers in Northeast Ohio for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Megan Riel-Mehan – Lead Web Developer – Megan is a PhD chemical biologist and experienced web developer, currently specializing in visualizing cell biology at the Allen Institute in Seattle.
Nathan Williams – Managing Director – Nathan has volunteered or worked on numerous issue and candidate campaigns since 2000, including the 2008 Obama campaign. He is also an award-winning independent filmmaker.
Juliana Amin – National Organizing Director – Before Town Hall Project, Juliana built organizing programs across the country over multiple cycles. Most recently she oversaw a team of more than 60 staff in Ohio for the Clinton campaign in 2016.
The Town Hall Project website links to only two outside resource kits for assistance on how to organize. One of those kits is the “Town Hall strategy resources” from the Indivisible Movement. The other is the “Recess Toolkit” published by the Center for American Progress (CAP).
Last year, Breitbart News extensively reported that Indivisible leaders have been professional activists openly associated with groups financed by billionaire George Soros.
Also last year, Organizing for Action (OFA), the activist group that morphed from Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign, partnered with the Indivisible Project for “online trainings” on how to protest Trump’s agenda.
CAP was co-founded by John Podesta.
The Town Hall Project has also listed Next Gen as a partner. Nex Gen calls for resistance to Trump and is founded by Democratic mega donor Tom Steyer. And the Town Hall Project Managing Director Nathan Williams made it very clear their motivation is to “fight the Trump agenda.”
Such town hall events in the past have gotten pretty crazy with the organized protesters and have sometimes degenerated into violence such as when 71-year-old staffer for Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) was injured and a two-year-old knocked to the ground during an Indivisible-organized protest.
They claimed they were delivering “Valentine’s Day cards.” If that’s love, you can keep it.
The disruptions prompted Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and other Republican lawmakers last year to opt for the safety of telephone conference calls instead of in-person town halls, with Gohmert explaining he would hold the phone sessions “until the threat of violence at town hall meetings recedes.”
“Unfortunately, at this time there are groups from the more violent strains of the leftist ideology, some even being paid, who are preying on public town halls to wreak havoc and threaten public safety,” Gohmert wrote in a letter to his constituents at the time.
Rohrabacher criticized the Indivisible protesters who stormed his event last year as “part of a nationwide, anti-Trump mobilization” that is “engaged in political thuggery, pure and simple.”
While Hogg openly pushes the town halls along with a coalition of left-wing groups, he appeared on MSNBC on Tuesday to deny that any “shadowy figures” are behind his gun-control activism.
He was replying to a charge from Bill O’Reilly linking Hogg’s efforts to get advertisers to boycott Laura Ingraham’s television show to the Media Matters activist group.
“I’m pretty well lit — I don’t see any shadowy figures behind me,” Hogg stated. “I mean, honestly, if he sees shadowy figures as corporate America standing by us, OK, I guess. It doesn’t really make sense.”
Hogg got the list of advertisers from Media Matters and Media Matters in as much admitted they were behind it with the purpose to take down Fox, which is their prime reason for existing.
Media Matters was founded by Hillary Clinton ally David Brock and received funding from Soros. Brock has described the purpose to wage “guerrilla warfare and sabotage” against Fox News.
So yes, young Mr. Hogg, you are backed by the ‘shadowy figures’ as you very well know.
And this may be a reboot of the vicious protests that the very same people precipitated before.
When Hogg was feeling attacked after a recent interview with Laura Ingram of Fox News, he quickly came up with the list advertisers. What high school kid do that? How would they know who to call in our nations capitol to pull permits for their march? That march was organized within two weeks of the Parkland shooting.
It’s important to recognize that there ulterior motives behind the anti-gun movement. The people who are really running things are focused on taking down Trump.