Hoping to help Democrats bully, chant, disrupt, vandalize, annoy and litter their way back to power, an “anti-capitalist” group who started the Occupy movement in 2011 have vowed to piggyback off of Black Lives Matter protests and “lay siege to the White House” for 50 days.
Adbusters is a nonprofit based in Canada, which means the “siege,” if it goes forward, will represent interference by a foreign entity with the presidential election. The demonstration with run from Sept. 17 until Nov. 3, election day, reports MailOnline.
The bombastic, drama-prone group describes itself as “a global network of artists, activists, writers, pranksters, students, educators and entrepreneurs” whose goals include a “new social activist movement,” that will apparently join Democrats and other leftists in holding the peace and prosperity of the United States hostage.
Predictably, the focus of their latest campaign is President Donald Trump, whom they call a “howling void of a president.”
In a post on their website titled “#WhiteHouseSiege – Tactical Briefing #1,” the group said: “It’s time again for dramatic, decisive action … on September 17th, in the original and enduring spirit of Occupy, we and tens of thousands of our fellow citizens will stream into Lafayette Square, in Washington. D.C.”
Lafayette Square is immediately across from the White House.
The group said the date was chosen to coincide with the ninth anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, when thousands of protesters occupied NYC’s Zuccotti Park to demonstrate against economic inequality and thousands of journalists covered it day after day.
The Canada-based activists claim that “inequality has soared” and that “not a single Wall Street CEO spent a night in jail for his role in the 2008 financial meltdown” in the years since 2011.
How standing outside the White House for 50 days will remedy this was not made clear.
The focus of their campaign, however, is US President Donald Trump, who they call a ‘howling void of a president’ with ‘sins too many to name […] sitting smugly atop a corona death-toll that may surpass two-hundred thousand Americans by Christmas’.