Another Liberal Repeat

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Another Liberal Repeat

Rick: How can you close me up? On what grounds?

Cap­tain Renault: I’m shocked… shocked to find that gam­bling is going on in there.

employee: Your win­nings sir.

Cap­tain Renault: Thank you very much, ow every­body out.

Casablanca 1942

I don’t think a lot of folks on the right were sur­prised by this story:

Anthony Weiner is hav­ing such a hard time gen­er­at­ing sup­port for his limp cam­paign that he has resorted to pay­ing a rent-​a-​crowd firm to pro­vide “sup­port­ers” for his events, The Post has learned.

Some of the gung-​ho Weiner crowds, includ­ing at the Aug. 11 Domini­can Day Parade in Man­hat­tan, were really actors who were paid $15 an hour by the Cal­i­for­nia firm Crowds on Demand, accord­ing to a source with direct knowl­edge of the deal.

I decided to check out the “Crowds on Demand” site and found the ser­vices page. They have a full list of ser­vices offered includ­ing the following

Celebrity Air­port Greeting

Celebrity Shop­ping Experience

Celebrity Fan Experience

It’s all about ME” Day

Rally for YOU

Here is one of there ser­vices described in detail:

Cor­po­rate Pub­lic Relations

Need help with a pub­lic­ity stunt? Whether it’s a flash mob, a rally or any­thing else you can think of, our trained actors can cre­ate a bril­liant event that gets your com­pany the right kind of atten­tion. This will cre­ate a strate­gic impact that will boost sales and earn you valu­able press exposure.

Hmm press expo­sure, that’s inter­est­ing but not as inter­est­ing as this:

Polit­i­cal Manpower

Cam­paigns need man­power and they need it quickly. We can pro­vide that man­power to give your can­di­date or cause the edge. We can send sup­port­ers to a rally, (respect­fully) protest out­side oppo­si­tion events, and help with reg­u­lar cam­paign tasks such as can­vass­ing or phone-​banking.

Our oper­a­tions in the two largest met­ro­pol­i­tan areas in Cal­i­for­nia makes us a per­fect choice for bal­lot mea­sure cam­paigns. We are avail­able to do elec­tions at all lev­els from neigh­bor­hood pol­i­tics to national elections.

oh really?

I sin­cerely doubt that Anthony Weiner sud­denly found this com­pany out of the blue, and we’ve seen plenty of exam­ples of paid pro­test­ers show­ing up for the left so I have a question.

Over the years how many News reports have we seen with actors from this com­pany and/​or oth­ers fea­tured as pro­test­ers or marchers unde­tected by the MSM, and given that ques­tion why would be trust news reports of such things in the future?

I’d be very inter­ested to find out if this method was used to pad the nation­wide fast food protests.

And if so did were they paid at least $15 an hour.

BTW in case the page or entry from Crowds on Demand on polit­i­cal activ­ity comes down, here is a screen shot.

crowds on demand

Those who trust what they see blindly are pretty blind themselves.

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[olimome­ter id=4]

Under $150 to go.

Are there 6 $25 tip jar hit­ters will­ing to bring me over the fin­ish line for the week?

.

and of course if you don’t want to hit my tip jar click here to find out how I can hit YOURS for up to $400?

Rick: How can you close me up? On what grounds?

Captain Renault: I’m shocked… shocked to find that gambling is going on in there.

employee: Your winnings sir.

Captain Renault: Thank you very much, ow everybody out.

Casablanca 1942

I don’t think a lot of folks on the right were surprised by this story:

Anthony Weiner is having such a hard time generating support for his limp campaign that he has resorted to paying a rent-a-crowd firm to provide “supporters” for his events, The Post has learned.

Some of the gung-ho Weiner crowds, including at the Aug. 11 Dominican Day Parade in Manhattan, were really actors who were paid $15 an hour by the California firm Crowds on Demand, according to a source with direct knowledge of the deal.

I decided to check out the “Crowds on Demand” site and found the services page. They have a full list of services offered including the following

Celebrity Airport Greeting

Celebrity Shopping Experience

Celebrity Fan Experience

“It’s all about ME” Day

Rally for YOU

Here is one of there services described in detail:

Corporate Public Relations

Need help with a publicity stunt? Whether it’s a flash mob, a rally or anything else you can think of, our trained actors can create a brilliant event that gets your company the right kind of attention. This will create a strategic impact that will boost sales and earn you valuable press exposure.

Hmm press exposure, that’s interesting but not as interesting as this:

Political Manpower

Campaigns need manpower and they need it quickly. We can provide that manpower to give your candidate or cause the edge. We can send supporters to a rally, (respectfully) protest outside opposition events, and help with regular campaign tasks such as canvassing or phone-banking.

Our operations in the two largest metropolitan areas in California makes us a perfect choice for ballot measure campaigns. We are available to do elections at all levels from neighborhood politics to national elections.

oh really?

I sincerely doubt that Anthony Weiner suddenly found this company out of the blue, and we’ve seen plenty of examples of paid protesters showing up for the left so I have a question.

Over the years how many News reports have we seen with actors from this company and/or others featured as protesters or marchers undetected by the MSM, and given that question why would be trust news reports of such things in the future?

I’d be very interested to find out if this method was used to pad the nationwide fast food protests.

And if so did were they paid at least $15 an hour.

 

BTW in case the page or entry from Crowds on Demand on political activity comes down, here is a screen shot.

crowds on demand

Those who trust what they see blindly are pretty blind themselves.

********************************************

Olimometer 2.52

Under $150 to go.

Are there 6 $25 tip jar hitters willing to bring me over the finish line for the week?

.

and of course if you don’t want to hit my tip jar click here to find out how I can hit YOURS for up to $400?