A recording leaked online showed how a large group of anti-Trump leftists strategized on how to sabotage the recent town hall event held by Republican lawmaker Bill Cassidy at the Breaux Bridge City Hall in Louisiana. As specified in the recording, the leftists disguised themselves to look conservative and occupied the event in order to create a hostile environment for the senator.
The audio was obtained by the local radio station KPEL and was uploaded on YouTube. In the recording, a group of people can be heard talking about their plan for the event, which was held on Feb. 24. One of the organizers, who was identified by the radio station as James Proctor, noted that the goal of their plan was to occupy the event by filling as many seats as they can.
He also referred to the other attendees who are not part of the protest as poor people.
“Game plan number one is to fill as many seats as we can, right?” Proctor said. “If it’s all of us in there and the poor people of Breaux Bridge are sitting behind us, well then, tough luck for them.”
Aside from filling the seats inside the venue, Proctor and his group also intended to deploy conservative-looking leftists outside the event. The mission of this group, which was referred to as the outside team, was to talk to media reporters.
Ultimately, the main goal of the leftists was to sabotage the town hall event through the question and answer session. By occupying the event, they made sure that the real attendees and those with sympathetic questions for Cassidy were not given a chance to speak. Instead, their plan was to bombard the Republican senator with hostile questions.
Despite the dirty tactics employed by the protesters, it’s somewhat not surprising anymore that they would resort to these kinds of plots to humiliate or attack political leaders. Given the events during the past couple of weeks, liberals and leftists have already shown how hateful and intolerant they can be just because they do not agree with the political views of certain individuals.