It’s actually not that hard.
- Figure out which professional agitation group typically runs faux-populist demonstrations in your area.
- Subscribe to their email list and/or website.
- DO NOT ENGAGE THEM IN CONVERSATION AND/OR DISCUSSION. You merely want to keep up with what they’re doing.
- When they announce a protest, note the time and date.
- Contact your local, actual conservative grassroots group.
- On the day of the event, swamp them ten to one. (Via Instapundit)
- Smile a lot.
- Bring cameras. Because they’re going to violate 7, 8, & 9 themselves, and you want that recorded.
These groups use strategic camera shots, a largely disinterested local press looking for local color, and a general lack of counter-protesters to come across as more powerful and effectual than they actually are. Right now they can get away with getting twenty people out to a local event and calling it “grassroots activism.” Make it clear that they’re ridiculously outnumbered, and they’ll have to start spending more and more resources to accomplish their goals, such as they are.
PS: None of this should stop people from having their own protests, of course. But counter-protests are much easier to put together… if you have the people to do it. We do. They don’t.
Crossposted to RedState.
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