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To add a little more concern to tonight's event, it appears, from the ad shown below, that "Rent-A-Mob" has a Craigslist ad offering $50 per hour for "convincing and energetic actors in the Phoenix Metro area to participate in an outdoor event at the Phoenix Convention Center," on August 22, 2017.
The kicker? They are specifically advertising for "Females" aged 18-30 to apply, although they say all applications will be considered. The Craigslist ad was flagged and removed, but not before someone thought fast enough to capture a screen shot and post it on Facebook.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
a reply to: pravdaseeker
Dear ATS readers, here's some fake news from "All News Pipeline" which is based on a screenshot of a purported Craig's List add that could have been posted by anyone if it even existed in the first place.
Antifa recruits on college campuses around the country. They're not paid by companies called "Rent-A-Mob."
It's always "Craig's List" — do you know why? Because anyone can post anything on Craig's List. I think what I should do to illustrate this point is make my own fake news site. "Your Patriotic News Line" or something along those lines. And then every time there's a Trump rally, I'll post on Craig's List, soliciting "enthusiastic Trump supporters."
Then I can run to ATS and claim that Robert Mercer is funding all of Trump's supporters. Sounds legit, right?
originally posted by: FlukeSkywalker
Lots of posts like this on conspiracy forums, but why is no one claiming the ads THEMSELVES are the conspiracy to make people believe these protesters have been hired and aren't real...when in fact they are real?