CNN Called Paid Protestors A “Conspiracy Theory,” But Didn’t Expect Us To Find Their Secret Headquarters

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 12: A crowd marches from Union Square to Trump Tower in protest of new Republican president-elect Donald Trump on November 12, 2016 in New York, United States. The election of Trump as president has sparked protests in cities across the country. (Photo by Yana Paskova/Getty Images)

With so much focus these days on “fake news” and every news outlet under all kinds of scrutiny, one ingenious company has decided they can fabricate news in the streets instead of the newsroom.

The organization Demand Protest was pointed out recently by former White House Press Secretary, Ari Fleischer, on Twitter.

The company claims to have “unassailable authenticity” and provide its clients with absolute deniability.

“We are strategists mobilizing millennials across the globe with seeded audiences and desirable messages. With absolute discretion a top priority, our operatives create convincing scenes that become the building blocks of massive movements. When you need the appearance of outrage, we are able to deliver it at scale while keeping your reputation intact.”


First off, I will just point out how absolutely deplorable and completely deceitful it is to pay someone to show up and pretend to have a conviction about something.  If your cause doesn’t rally the masses to come to your aid based on its actual merit, you don’t deserve to get to try and sway the general public by making it look like your cause is more sympathetic than it warrants.

Secondly, this is a timeless tactic used by communists to sway general perception about their political agenda.  Sound familiar?  Here’s what Fox had to say about paid rioters.

It’s time to wake up and smell the money trail.   The people investing in your future, may not have your best interest in mind.