Video Exposes Anti-Trump Group Plans To Shut Down DC Bridges And Highways With “Clusterfuck Blockades”

Tuesday, January 17, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden
ZeroHedge.com
Jan 17, 2017

Yesterday we noted Part I of a new Project Veritas undercover series that exposed the efforts of several protest groups to disrupt the Trump inauguration by deploying butyric acid (aka “stink bombs”) at the National Press Club during the Deploraball event scheduled for January 19th. Part II of that series was just released and exposes further plotting by a group know as “DisruptJ20” to completely paralyze various modes of transportation on inauguration day.

Among other things, the protesters in the video plot to shut down surface traffic with “checkpoint blockades” and “a series of clusterfuck blockades” intended to shut down “all the major ingress points in the city.”

“So simultaneous to the checkpoint blockades in the morning, we are also doing a series of clusterfuck blockades, where we are going to try to blockade all the major ingress points in the city.”

“Which include, they can include shutting down major bridges and highway access points as well as shutting down metro rail. So to do that we are going to try to break into several teams kind of like the checkpoints.”

“So fears in doing that, we don’t think these are going to be necessarily arrestable actions but there is a possibility you could be; so keep that in mind if you want to participate.”

Disruption efforts apparently also include plans to shut down rail lines by attaching chains to metro cars…

“We have a plan for how to shut down a metro…it takes 15 seconds and everyone can leave and literally it can’t go anywhere at that point, it’s anchored. And you can use a really thin chain, you don’t need a heavy chain…that would require like a bolt cutter to under, basically to shut down that line.”

The Rest…HERE

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