TRUMP WAS RIGHT=> Protesters at DC Speech Were Code Pink Democratic Operatives
Yesterday in Washington DC angry anti-Trump protesters interrupted Donald Trump’s speech at the Faith and Freedom Convention.
Medea Benjamin, co-founder of Code Pink and a Democrat operative, is removed from the Faith and Freedom Conference in Washington DC.
The leftists started screaming when Trump mentioned radical Islam.
Trump blamed Democrats for sending in their radical agitators.
“Very sad. Very sad what’s happening. Very, very sad. What’s happening in our country is so sad. We’re so divided. It’s such a shame. And by the way these are professional agitators folks. They come in. They are sent here by the other party. Believe me.“
Trump was right.
As reported earlier by Kristinn Taylor at The Gateway Pundit Code Pink is directly tied to the Obama administration and Democrat Party.
While the media hides Code Pink’s links to the top echelons of the Democratic Party the facts are Code Pink has direct ties to President Obama, including fundraising, and has acted as a messenger between terrorists and Obama.
In the past year Code Pink has met with top Obama aide Valerie Jarrett and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson. In previous years Code Pink has visited the White House and coordinated protests activities with the Obama administration.
Benjamin and Evans have each served on the board of Progressive Democrats of America alongside several prominent Democratic members of Congress.
Code Pink has raised money for al Qaeda family members in Yemen; fundraised to overthrow the Egyptian government while working with the Muslim Brotherhood; and delivered $600,000 in cash and humanitarian aid to “the other side” in Fallujah, Iraq in late 2004.
In September 2008, Iran’s then President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad met with Code Pink in New York City and invited the group to visit Iran as his guest. Following Obama’s election in November Evans and Benjamin visited Iran.
Medea Benjamin and Code Pink leaders met with Valerie Jarrett and Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson in the White House.