posted on Jan, 23 2017 @ 09:51 AM
I'm sure many of us remember the website that was brought to our attention a few weeks ago, where a company called Demand Protest was advertising
offering to pay people to protest against Trump for a quite staggering $2500 plus $50/hour. Plus health insurance. Plus benefits. Plus dental. Plus
training. Plus expenses.
And how this was alleged to be the work of George Soros masterminding all of the anti-Trump protests.
To debunk it.
1) Demand Protest claims to have run 48 campaigns, despite only having registered their domain name last month.
2) Non-working phone number. Dead end voicemail box.
3) No record of any corporate registrations.
4) No business records. No tax receipts.
5) No responses to email.
6) who.is information shows demandprotest.com attracted virtually no interested until a couple of weeks ago when it was picked up by the alt-right
bloggers as 'proof of SJW misdeeds and Soros involvement'.
7) Despite having not existed until after the election, the website claims to include an endorsement from a 2016 presidential campaign chair who
called the groups work 'astonishing'.
8) They do not name this campaign chair.
9) No human response to any inquiries.
10) Not a single piece of evidence suggesting anybody has ever had any work from them. No personal testimonies. No blogs.
11) Whois data shows the registrant as "Contact Privacy Inc. Customer 124951702" which operates from a backlot in Toronto. Not in itself damning,
but here are several companies located at this address. A web hosting company called "OpenSRS", and an internet company called "Tucows".
Conclusion: Deny ignorance - website is fake.