Tonight, on their Twitter account, “Public Citizen” posted a notice about massive organized protests that are allegedly taking place tomorrow in every state across America.
Their Twitter message: In firing Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump has crossed a red line and started a constitutional crisis. We are activating our rapid-response network, launching mass protests nationwide TOMORROW (11/8) at 5 pm local time. Sign up now to find a protest near you: http://NobodyIsAboveTheLaw.org
In firing Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump has crossed a red line and started a constitutional crisis. We are activating our rapid-response network, launching mass protests nationwide TOMORROW (11/8) at 5pm local time.
— Public Citizen (@Public_Citizen) November 7, 2018
From the Public Citizen website: We use every tool at our disposal to take on big fights – and win. We mobilize activists to grow democratic movements, watchdog Congress, sue the government when it fails to do its job, petition regulatory agencies to safeguard the public and engage in cutting-edge research that effects change.
With President Donald Trump in office, our work is more urgent than ever. We are one of the leading voices calling for Trump to divest from his business interests, highlighting his conflicts of interest and fighting his destructive agenda.
Although the group claims to be “nonpartisan”, the link at the bottom of their post on Twitter redirects interested activists/rioters to a MoveOn.org website. MoveOn.org is a George Soros funded group.
The MoveOn.org website outlines the reasons why the Soros funded group would be willing to launch massive nationwide protests. Although the firing or forced resignation of Attorney General Jeff Sessions is not listed, the group has apparently decided to make an exception.
Here is the promotional piece they are using to excite the base:
Indivisible Guide, another radical leftist activist group tied to George Soros tweeted a message to their minions, explaining why it’s necessary that they take action, and fulfill their commitment to resist Trump. Apparently, they are of the belief that they, and not Trump, call the shots.
Jeff Sessions just announced his resignation as Attorney General – and Trump has nominated Matthew Whitaker as his replacement. Here’s what this means for the Mueller investigation:
Whitaker is poised to take over supervision of the Mueller investigation from Rosenstein – and he has been advocating limiting/shutting down Mueller for a while: https://t.co/ShekZZ6MyX
— Indivisible Guide (@IndivisibleTeam) November 7, 2018
This is a pretty clear attempt from Trump to seize some control over the investigation. WHITAKER CAN NOT RUN THIS INVESTIGATION. We need to demand that he commit to let Mueller run things independently, or recuse from the investigation like Sessions did.
And then comes the warning:
#TrumpIsNotAboveTheLaw. Trump has crossed a red line – and we’re mobilizing. In January, our newly elected MoCs should launch investigations & hearings on day one. And tomorrow at 5 PM (local time), we march in the streets. Find an event near you:
#TrumpIsNotAboveTheLaw. Trump has crossed a red line – and we’re mobilizing. In January, our newly elected MoCs should launch investigations & hearings on day one. And tomorrow at 5 PM (local time), we march in the streets. Find an event near you: https://t.co/vcNlC5T8oe
— Indivisible Guide (@IndivisibleTeam) November 7, 2018
From the MoveOn.org website:
Here are the actions Donald Trump could take that would set these protests in motion:
Pardons of key witnesses
Actions that would prevent the investigation from being conducted freely, such as replacing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Mueller’s current supervisor, or repealing the regulations establishing the office.
The Mueller investigation releases findings showing significant wrongdoing by Donald Trump. Or Congress or the administration blocks the public from seeing Mueller’s findings.
* The firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions would be one step short of the break glass moment. We would not trigger events, but we would respond by growing the rapid-response list and demanding that any new AG protect the investigation and that Congress pass the Mueller protection legislation. *
(Apparently, the Soros funded group has decided to make an exception in the case of the firing or the forced resignation of Jeff Sessions, which is, of course, a constitutional right afforded to President Trump. Ahh…but who has time for the Constitution, when George Soros money is involved?)
WHERE AND WHEN
Heres’ the link to the cities where protests are allegedly taking place.
Here’s the plan for when we would call for protests:
Rallies will begin just hours after national events are triggered:
If actions are triggered BEFORE 2 p.m. local time —> events will begin @ 5 p.m. local time.
If actions are triggered AFTER 2 p.m. local time —> events will begin @ noon local time the following day.
* This is the general plan—please confirm details on your event page, as individual hosts may tailor their events to their local plan.*
Demand members of Congress protect the special counsel’s office, including preserving its files and staff and ensuring it receives the full cooperation of all federal government law enforcement assets.
Demand the creation of a modern-day version of the Senate Select Watergate Committee to investigate all matters involved in the Russia scandals and Trump’s abuse of power and obstruction of justice.
Demand bipartisan hearings in the House Judiciary Committee on obstruction of justice and abuse of power.
Some groups will call these the first steps to impeachment hearings; others will not.
Impeaching Donald Trump is not a demand shared by all partner organizations. Nor is supporting impeachment a prerequisite to attend these events. But it is a view welcome at events, and you can definitely bring a poster calling for it if that’s your view. We can all be for the three things above if some of us are also for additional things, such as impeachment.