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Conservative activists to mobilize amid anti-Trump protests

CONSERVATIVES TAKE ON “REVERSE TEA PARTY” – ngTHAT IS EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE THE TOTAL OPPOSITE OF THE PEACEFUL, NO RIOTING, NON DESTRUCTIVE, NON EFFIGY BURNING, NO FLAG BURNING , NO SLANDERING,  NO FILTHY LANGUAGE SIGNS, NO RACISM  MEMBERS OF THE TEA PARTY – THEY ARE THE PROGRESSIVE SOCIALIST MOVEMENT OF BARACK OBAMA, GEORGE SOROS, AND MOVEON.ORG  ORGANIZATIONS; TOTALLY BENT ON DESTRUCTION OF THE TRUMP PRESIDENCY AND THE DISRUPTION OF EVERY LEGISLATURES TOWN HALL MEETING.

Conservatives take on ‘reverse tea party’

As liberal protesters step up confrontations with Republican lawmakers, leaders of the original Tea Party movement that wrote the book on those tactics are reassembling their political army – dispatching activists to push a conservative agenda that includes tax reform and dismantling ObamaCare.   FreedomWorks, Tea Party Patriots and other groups are looking to keep pressure on GOP lawmakers to keep their 2016 campaign promises, and not buckle in the face of rowdy town hall protesters angry about the prospect of repealing the Affordable Care Act.
“A lot of people were elected to Congress based on bold promises about ObamaCare, tax reform and regulatory reform,” Noah Wall, FreedomWorks’ national director of campaigns, told Fox News. “We have to hold them to campaign promises, keep up the momentum and the energy. It’s time to get off the bench and get this to work.”  FreedomWorks plans to mobilize its network of grassroots organizations and unite with the Tea Party Patriots on March 15 for a “Day of Action” on Capitol Hill that will include a rally and visits to members of Congress.
The group will follow up with a “Month of Action,” set to include members driving constituents to congressional district offices and larger-scale rallies across the country to amplify their fiscally conservative message.   Wall says his group and its supporters want to capitalize on Republicans now controlling Congress and the White House, and achieve long-awaited policy objectives. If successful, their efforts could mark a revival of the eight-year-old Tea Party movement – a political revolt against big government under then-President Obama that crested with Republicans’ historic 2010 House takeover.
Tea Party Patriots national coordinator Jenny Beth Martin on Wednesday said the upcoming Capitol Hill events are to “make sure Republicans stay focused on repealing ObamaCare” and her group will follow up with its own busy month — including daily, micro-focused activities like “Message Monday” and “Tweet Tuesday.”

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TARGET IN MAJOR TROUBLE AFTER AGREEING TO DEFEND BATHROOM RULE -THESE PROTEST DO WORK!

Target Sales into Rough Waters

February 13, 2017
The NFL doesn’t have to look far to see where this kind of political pigheadedness leads. For the last 10 months, the Target company has taken a beating on Wall Street for racing to embrace the transgender movement. The backlash for opening their fitting rooms and restrooms to anyone has been so severe that executives are scrambling to stop the bleeding. After 1.5 million Americans joined the Target boycott first launched by American Family Association, the company has been racing to make up the deficits — not just in their bank account, but in the public trust.
After Christmas (and a slew of missed projections), executives went back to the drawing board. Two months into the New Year, nothing is working. In fact, the situation is so dire for the retailer that they’ve had to call off a major expansion in sales. “Target announced the end of two projects as the stock price hit $64.77 at market close on February 8. That’s down from $83 when the boycott began once the company made its transgender policy change on April 19. The stock price drop has slashed roughly $10 billion from the company’s value on Wall Street.” The closure was so unexpected, Breitbart explains, that it “even caught the project’s manager by surprise.” Although the company tried to pass it off as a “normal ebb and flow of business,” the reality is that they have nothing but their controversial bathroom policy to blame.
And financial experts agree. At Cabot Wealth Network, Crista Huff couldn’t believe the company didn’t know better than to pander to a tiny vocal minority. “I immediately knew that Target’s revenue would drop because its customer base would become disenfranchised. How did Target’s management team not know this?” What’s more, this excuse that all of the retailers going through tough times is exactly that — an excuse. Stock analysts point out that “Target’s same-store sales fell 1.1 percent in the second quarter, while Wal-Mart’s comps rose 1.6 percent… If you take 1.5 million people’s consumer dollars away from Target, and direct most of those dollars toward their obvious rival, Wal-Mart, then yes, Wal-Mart is going to have an upside surprise in quarterly sales while Target’s numbers disappoint.” The takeaway? Well, Huff says, “My recommendation is that shareholders sell [Target] stock and reinvest their capital into the stock of a company with strong earnings growth” – and, we would add, stronger values!

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