Ah, yes, our friends in ANSWER:
The sign being held by an anti-Trump protestor in this AP photo taken yesterday outside of the Hyatt Regency Hotel near SFO hosting the California Republican Party Convention is largely in Spanish, but notice the URL underneath it — it’s our old friends A.N.S.W.E.R.
Hit the link for the photo.
Yes indeed, the communists of the Workers World Party are once again trying their hand at being the vanguard of a protest movement so they can achieve their Leninist wet dream of violently leading a much larger group of non-communists (useful idiots) into positions of power. This time it is Trump anger that the communists are trying to exploit.
But they don't really care about Trump. He's just a means to their end.
Like with the Iraq War. And here. And here. And here.
Or adding in Afghanistan, too.
Or Syria. And here.
Or Occupy Wall Street. See here, here, here, here, here, here,
Or police conduct. And here.
Or climate change.
Or just murderous criminals trying to spark a revolution, or something.
Or even President Obama at the right event.
What a bunch of losers. But this time, for sure, right!
UPDATE: Funny, but I didn't realize it was May Day until after I hit "post." From Seattle yesterday we see the communists in action as they have been even before September 11, 2001:
Five Seattle police officers were injured and at least nine people arrested on Sunday night, after unruly demonstrators hurled projectiles and Molotov cocktails and broke windows, authorities said. ...
Mayor Ed Murray blamed the "senseless violence" in Seattle on a "different crowd" from those who had attended an earlier peaceful May Day immigration march, however.
Well, maybe some Internet video riled up otherwise peaceful demonstrators who just happened to have Molotov cocktails on hand. Unfortunate, no?
It is always funny how the media reports generally fail to mention that the "different crowd" is actually just the usual suspects of communists and anarchists (note the red and black and filth all over among the "different crowd") who fantasize about leading a revolt against the government.