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‘Democracy Spring’: Thousands of useful idiots to participate in ‘largest civil disobedience action of the century’

‘Democracy Spring’: Thousands of useful idiots to participate in ‘largest civil disobedience action of the century’

Kellan Howell | Washington Times

Thousands of protesters are planning a massive, nonviolent civil disobedience campaign, risking arrest to overhaul Congress and “save our democracy.”

The campaign is set to begin early next month, and will involve a massive march across the East Coast intended to spark a “fire that transforms the political climate in America.”

The operation, calling itself Democracy Spring, is threatening “civil disobedience on a historic scale” which the protesters warn will result in the arrest of thousands of its their own activists.

“This spring, in the heart of the primary season, as the national election begins to take center stage, Americans of all ages, faiths, political perspectives, and walks of life will bring the popular cry for change to Washington in a way that’s impossible to ignore: with nonviolent civil disobedience on a historic scale,” the movement’s website states.

“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, along with the unmistakable message that our country needs a new Congress, one that that will end the legalized corruption of our democracy and ensure that every American has an equal voice in government.”

The group vows to use marches, sit-ins and other forms of non-violent protests to make “this election a referendum on whether our democracy should belong to the People as a whole or to the billionaire class alone.”

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