Since the election of Donald Trump as President on November 8th 2016, a wave of liberal rage has marked the last 11 months. Antifa protestors clad in black masks and waving Communist flags shut down college campuses, destroy property and indiscriminately attack those they disagree with, whether women or the elderly. Meanwhile, comedian Kathy Griffin takes photos with a bloody replica of the president’s decapitated head. Then last week, a radical liberal and former Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer who worked in Iowa attempted the assassination of several Congressional Republicans during a baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia. This shooting brought about two things, the culmination of 11 months of non-stop negative attacks against President Trump and violence against Trump supporters, and even more vile hatred for Republicans as many on social media praised the gunman and thought the shooting was funny.
Besides the Antifa, another resistance group is Indivisible which is a project of the Advocacy Fund which was formerly called the Tides Advocacy Fund, part of the Tides Foundation, which also is behind Black Lives Matter. The Tides Foundation is a essentially an organization that funnels money to liberal groups with an estimated $143 million given in 3,532 grants in 2010 alone. The Tides Foundation's programs are a checklist of liberalism’s most ambitious agenda: the Open Society Institute of George Soros, AFL–CIO, the Arab American Action Network, American Civil Liberties Union, the pro-Castro groups United for Peace and Justice and Center for Constitutional Rights, along with groups opposing free trade and gun ownership while advocating green energy and government-funded abortion.
The resistance group Indivisible boasts on their website 5,983 Indivisible groups nation-wide. They provide training to their subordinate groups and members on how to "Pressure Your Members of Congress to Resist Trump." The Indivisible Nebraska resistance group has shown up in large numbers at town halls held by Nebraska's Congressional representatives, all Republicans. I attended all four of Nebraska's 2nd District Representative, Don Bacon's public town halls. The April 29th town hall held at Millard North High School and May 13th town hall held at Bennington Elementary were the most raucous town halls. With plenty of law enforcement on hand there was no violence as shown by the Antifa at the pro-Trump rally in March, but there was plenty of shouting and finger pointing directed at the Congressman who sometimes couldn't finish his answer. There were Trump supporters and Bacon supporters in attendance, but the Indivisible Nebraska group showed up in force with one goal, to resist.
Following his town hall in Bennington, Rep. Bacon told us during his press conference that he already knows what questions he's going to be asked the day before because of how coordinated the resistance movement is. He encouraged the media to investigate Indivisible and to read their manual. Here are his comments: