A super PAC founded by Clinton aides invited the thugs who harassed Senator Rand Paul and his wife after the Republican National Convention at the White House on August 27, 2020.
Other prominent Republicans exiting the RNC were also confronted by a leftist rage mob organized by the Party Majority PAC, as well as the Revolutionary Communist Party‘s front group “Refuse Fascism,” whose cult-like leader Bob Avakian endorsed Joe Biden earlier this month, and a Democratic Socialists of America-aligned group called Shut Down DC.
Party Majority PAC
An individual holding a sign that says “Good Trouble” with the hashtag #ThePeoplesHouse is highlighted in the featured photo. If one checks out the hashtag, one is led to a website, where an invitation to a protest the White House is prominently featured.
Attendees were told to meet at the ACLU, according to the invitation. A corresponding ActBlue solicitation for “air horns” was connected to the invitation. The “contribution,” according to the invitation, “will benefit Party Majority PAC.”
The Party Majority PAC was founded by Mike Lux and Adam Parkhomenko according to a 2017 article posted at NBC News. Mike Lux, the co-founder of the group, has been a card-carrying Democratic Socialists of America member. NBC News described him as “a former aide to President Bill Clinton who has helped build a series of progressive organizations over the last two decades.” Those organizations include the Soros-funded groups: Ballot Initiative Strategy Center and the Center for American Progress.
The Party Majority PAC “will fill in holes to make sure activists on the ground have the resources they need to be successful, working with existing organizations both new and old to ensure resources are used effectively,” Mike Lux was quoted as saying.
Parkhomenko, on the other hand, “served as director of grass-roots engagement on Clinton’s presidential campaign and is currently a paid adviser to Clinton…” Parkhomenko has been hired for Hillary Clinton’s “Onward Together” group, which works very much like George Soros’ Open Society Foundations in giving grants to subversive organizations.
Ironically, a trending hashtag during the last night of the Republican National Convention was #DrownOutTrump, which also appears to be associated with #ThePeoplesHouse protest.
It is almost as if Twitter is aligned with the hard left activist groups.
Notice the signs are the same as the one that was being held over Senator Rand Paul in the featured photo:
Veterans at #DrownOutTrump not accepting the lies, the corruption, the cruelty, or the downright weakness in leadership! @commondefense @VetsWall #VetsAgainstTrump #VetsforBLM #RNC2020 pic.twitter.com/Wjrv7C5cJe— Continue to Serve (@continuetoserve) August 28, 2020
Revolutionary Communist Party
Refuse Fascism, a front group for the Revolutionary Communist Party, was also in attendance. Their invitation is too idiotic to post, but can be read here. While the mainstream media interviews and posts images of Marxist agitators, they do not bother to explain their radical connections.
The Joe Biden-endorsing leader of the Revolutionary Communist Party is Bob Avakian, seen below praising Mao Zedong, as he sits with his comrade Marxist Cornel West.
MAGA-morons keep talking about how many people communism killed & starved. A lie echoed by far too many liberals.— The Revcoms (@therevcoms) August 28, 2020
Was everything perfect in the Soviet Union & China? No, & that's why we have a NEW communism.
But the fact is, communism SAVED LIVES. Watch this from Bob Avakian 👇 pic.twitter.com/IRxOqWrH8s
The Refuse Fascism signs are distinctive and can be easily picked out of a crowd.
Imagine if the mainstream media actually reported in these connections?
In the immediate aftermath of the attack on Senator Rand Paul and his wife by the violent leftist mob that gathered during the Republican National Convention, the mainstream media was silent. After being forced to report on the story that was blasting through social media, the media tried a new tactic. Instead of reporting what Americans could plainly see with their own eyes, the headlines were that Senator Rand Paul “claimed” to be attacked, or “said” he was attacked.
This nuance diminishes the actual attack on the Senator and his wife and was not lost on prominent social media users.
He "says" he was attacked by an angry mob? HE WAS— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) August 28, 2020
ATTACKED. His wife was attacked. Cops protecting him were attacked. Hundreds of thousands of people watched it live last night online as it happened.
“Says.” As if the video isn’t available for the entire world to see.— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) August 28, 2020
U.S. Republican Senator Rand Paul says attacked by 'angry mob' near White Househttps://t.co/RlogYH9O09
Why is the media claiming that @RandPaul “says” he was attacked by an angry mob? It’s literally on video. He WAS attacked by an angry mob.— Lisa Boothe (@LisaMarieBoothe) August 28, 2020
Imagine the media reaction if Senator Obama and his wife had been attacked by Tea Partiers in DC streets— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) August 28, 2020
But when it’s the Rand Paul family attacked by ANTIFA?
Here are some examples of the coverage:
Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky claims when he left President Trump’s #RNC2020 speech at the White House he was “attacked by an angry mob.” Video shows no attack by the protesters, who were yelling for Paul to say Breonna Taylor’s name. Paul was unharmed. https://t.co/f5dIAVqY5l— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) August 28, 2020
Sen. Rand Paul claims DC police “saved his life” when he was “attacked by an angry mob” outside the White House last night. Video doesn’t show protesters ever touching him https://t.co/DoNNCV1ZDK— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) August 28, 2020
Sen. Rand Paul says he was 'attacked by an angry mob' after Trump's RNC speech https://t.co/ArNahLGfKq— MSN (@MSN) August 28, 2020
Sen. Rand Paul says he was "attacked" by protesters near the White House after President Trump’s acceptance speech for the RNC. https://t.co/1icHkFm6mg— NBC News (@NBCNews) August 28, 2020
JUST IN: Sen. Rand Paul claimed he was "attacked by an angry mob" early Friday morning, while walking with his wife from the White House after listening to President Trump's closing remarks at the Republican National Convention. https://t.co/IAdu6XUjgY— ABC News (@ABC) August 28, 2020
As documented at RAIR Foundation USA, many innocent people were targeted and intimidated by a leftist rage mob as they exited the Republican National Convention. Watch a powerful account of the tense situation by Dan Bongino. Clearly, the complicit mainstream media is not interested in reporting about the deep left connections to the mobs in D.C., and around the country.