Is This Liberal Group Really Paying For Protests or are They Scammers?

At first glance, it appears that Fight For The Future is willing to give you $15,000 the first month for protesting against Donald Trump.  But if you read their ad carefully, you suddenly realize that the odds of getting any money is slim and getting $15000 is probably out of the question.  The ad is written carefully and is full of loopholes.

 The website encourages people to create political groups and become full-time grassroots political activists, offering the possibility of funding to these groups, allowing them to turn their activism into a paying job.

You can call Congress, or attend a protest. And you should. But is that it? Why stop there? Why set aside everything you’ve learned, everything you are, to be simply one more terrified person on a phone line, or marching in a street?

What if you did the following, as well?

Find someone you love to work with.
Pick an issue area and angle.
Do activism full-time using every connection, skill, tool, and trick at your disposal—until you win.
Our goal: to convince you to take exactly these steps, give you a playbook, and then potentially fund you.

The key word is potentially.  And nowhere in the ad does it tell you what you have to do in order to be assured the $15000.  They left themselves a hole big enough to drive Obama’s ego through.

But what if they actually do pay off?  Well, it’s unlikely but if they did, they could find themselves under investigation.  Think about it.  What if they found 10,000 people the first month that qualify for the $15000 funding.  That’s $150 million the first month alone.  Let’s lower our expectations and say just 50 people earn the funding.  That’s still three quarters of a million a month or nine million for the year.  People are going to wonder where all that money came from.

But don’t sweat it.  The liberals just found a way to screw their supporters and it won’t matter because they will still vote a straight communist ticket.

H/T Breitbart News



Steven Ahle

I have been the editor and writer for Red Statements and The PC Graveyard. Won the 2014 FJN Journalist of the Year Award. Author of six fiction books available on "I am a troll bridge. You can cross me but you will pay the price"

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