By now you’ve seen scenes of protests and rioting in cities across the United States since Donald Trump was elected president, but what if I told you anti-Trump protests made it to the streets of Vancouver over the Remembrance Day weekend?
This may not surprise those who know Vancouver as the protest capital of Canada with its many well-funded, well-oiled social justice advocates.
And with the nearly completed Trump International Hotel and Tower in Downtown Vancouver, social justice warriors had an easy target.
Watch as I share what I saw when I went down to the protest outside the tower where there were about 200 people with anti-Trump signs, a Mexican flag, and the usual chants of “love Trumps hate”, as well as the more vulgar "F**k Donald Trump."
Yeah, nothing original this side of the border, but it's still interesting to watch the delusional people.
Between Vancouver Antifa and the Council of Canadians, it's clear the protest was heavily organized and well funded to get the numbers out.
Just as in the US, many of the protests are being funded and organized by very experienced people, who bring out all the 200 or 250 usual suspects to every protest under the sun.