ANTIFA "Protest Organizer" Admits He Get's Paid By Globalist George Soros To Recruit To His Cult
Updated: Sep 18
The following are the highlights of the conversation between interviewer Michael Tracy and the unnamed ANTIFA member who was dumb enough to expose all of this on camera:
A lady asked if there was any paid protesters in the house and of course everybody shouted no and groaned, but you stood up and indicated that you are a paid protester, what did you mean by that?
We all get paid.
Anytime that you are given the opportunity to protest and somebody will pay you to do it that's like twice as good as just doing it on your own time.
So you weren't kidding around, you actually met that you've been paid at some point to protest, how can I get in on that?
Go to GeorgeSoros.com and you sign up right there, you put your name in, you put your email address, and there's an empty box there where you say how many times you're willing to protest and how much you want to get paid.
You get a check directly from Soros?
Directly from Soros, signed by him, he even invited me to lunch, he said if i'm willing to gather some more friends I can get paid twice as much for every friend that I gather and try to setup a pyramid scheme.
You can get rich just protesting for Soros?
I already have, yea. So, basically I've been organizing most of the protests you see in California so far and it's all due to being paid, if I wasn't paid that would be scheme.
Here is the hilariously truthful interview:
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