This summer could be one of the most chaotic summers we have seen in quite some time. Radical leftist groups are already planning for massive demonstrations and disruptions that will kicks of with that they are calling Democracy Spring.
Taking a page right from the radicals that started the so-called Arab Spring, these leftist groups are planning to stage large-scale “protests” that begin next month with a march across the East Coast. Organizers are calling the movement the “fire that transforms the political climate in America.”
The group is threatening large-scale chaos in Washington and sat they are attempting to create the “largest civil disobedience action of the century.” By the groups own admission, they expect the so-called demonstrations will lead to the arrest of thousands of their own activists.
“We will demand that Congress listen to the People and take immediate action to save our democracy. And we won’t leave until they do — or until they send thousands of us to jail,” the website for Democracy Spring declares.
While they claim these events will be “non-violent”, the people behind these events are the same groups that caused the chaos in Ferguson and Baltimore last summer. One of the group, the George Soros funded MoveOn.org, was responsible for the violent demonstrations that sent 3 police to the hospital during last week’s Trump rally in Chicago.
Cleveland Preparing for Riots during Republican National Convention
Officials in Cleveland, Ohio have been quietly stockpiling a small arsenal, in preparation for this summer’s Republican National Convention. Police have already received a $50 million grant for security operations during the convention, and have used a large portion of that money to purchase large amounts of riot gear.
The city this week posted to its contracting website a notice seeking bidders to provide even more gear. The city is seeking an additional 2,000 sets of riot gear.
The convention, scheduled for the week of July 18, is expected to bring in tens of thousands of protesters. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson’s administration told the Cleveland City Council last month that the city plans to spend roughly $30 million of the federal grant on personnel, and $20 million on equipment. The delivery deadline for the riot gear and equipment is June 15, Councilman Brian Cummins wrote on his blog last month.