2020 Elections: Trump, Riots, Civil Unrest, Violent Protests, And How To Survive

Jeff Anderson
Jeff Anderson, Editor

Look, this isn’t pretty, but you need to hear it:

Say you’re out walking with your family.

You’ve got your wife with you, and maybe your kids…

…When you get hit in the back of the head with a bottle!

Suddenly, you’re surrounded by angry, screaming people.

They’re carrying clubs, rocks, and improvised weapons.

And they think YOU support a politician they HATE.

Would you know how to escape without getting hurt?

You may not have thought about it, but this is a REAL threat…

…because as bad as political violence has gotten since President Trump was elected in 2016, it’s about to get a hundred times worse:

How To Survive The Coming TRUMP Riots

2020 Elections, Political Protests, Civil Unrest: Surviving The Coming Trump Riots
2020 Elections, Political Protests, Civil Unrest: Surviving The Coming Trump Riots

Look, I’m not trying to make a political statement here.

I don’t care who you voted for, or who you’re going to vote for – because I want you and your family to be safe.

It doesn’t matter if you love God Emperor Trump or if you hate Evil Cheeto Man.

Left, Right, Center… if you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time, you could be the victim of political violence.

Either because you get caught by the wrong side, or because you get caught between the two warring sides who are at each other’s throats, you need to avoid protests and rallies at all costs.

Because, amigo, no matter how well armed you are, you can’t take on ten or twenty people who want to beat the sh-t out of you.

The only REAL solution, then, is not to be there!

To avoid these dangerous events completely, you’ve got to know where they’re going to be… so here are 3 resources for identifying where these protests will pop up!

1. Social Media

Facebook groups, Twitter hashtags, and other social media sites (like Snapchat) are how many political activists coordinate with each other.

This is especially true for “flash mobs,” which are protests that come together almost out of nowhere.

A hashtag, like #HateThatPolitician (I made that up just now), is how members of a certain group, or followers of the same cause, tag their posts so they can find each other.

Facebook groups, meanwhile, are groups anybody can join.

As we ramp up to the 2020 elections, it wouldn’t hurt you to join and follow some groups, hashtags, and other social media accounts for various protest causes or groups (like “Never Trump” or “MAGA”, etc.) so you know what BOTH sides are doing and planning.

Because no matter where these folks gather, no matter what side you’re on, social chaos keeps erupting around them… and that’s a THREAT to your family!

(I cover some of the other dangers of social chaos in my urban escape and evasion manual. More on that in a bit.)

2. Protest Websites

A lot of political action groups and specific causes, from climate change to gun rights to gun control and everything in between, have websites devoted to them.

These are just an “Ask Jeeves” search away.

(That’s still a thing, right? It’s my homepage in Netscape Navigator.)

Whatever search you use, you can find these sites, many of which have protest calendars with dates, times, and locations.

Some of these are even sharable so you can add them to your own private calendar… and get notifications so you can steer clear of local places that are about to get “interesting.”

3. The Activists Groups Themselves

A lot of specific groups, from Antifa to pro-Trump to grassroots rights groups, have newsletters, sites, specific groups, and other ways to contact them.

They’ll send out mailings to alert members to upcoming “actions,” and a few even use old-fashioned phone trees (or, more likely, modern text messaging).

You can use a disposable email or even a burner phone to “join” these groups to get direct alerts.

If you live in a hot-bed protest location, like Portland, for example, you could “join” the local activist groups so you know when and where they’re going to be out in the streets.

A lot of the groups just post the information publicly on their sites and in their specific social groups, too.

(The information is out there just waiting for you, and these groups mostly don’t keep it secret, because this is how they gather protesters.)

Remember, though, that no matter how hard you try to avoid a protest, you may not be able to catch them all.

Especially with flash mobs, the place you’re in could be fine one minute, and a mob of angry activists could be screaming about something the next.

In this political climate, with the 2020 elections looming, it’s like you’re standing in a room filled with gasoline… and every one of those protesters has a match.

All it takes is ONE person to ignite a complete breakdown in civil order before cop cars are being tipped over in the streets and buildings set on fire… triggering riots, martial law, etc.

My “urban escape and evasion” manual shows you how to protect yourself and your family from something like that – including a sudden violent protest (or a full-blown riot).

(It’s LOADED with sneaky tips, methods, tactical strategies, and moves for dealing with ANY situation in which you’re in danger of attack by a group of people during collapse, riots, civil unrest, and martial law.)

This type of political violence has become a fact of life for all of us, and it’s only going to get worse as we get closer to November… up to and including full-blown “Trump riots.”

Learn how to protect yourself and your family now so you don’t get caught unaware.

It’s the only way to survive the political dumpster fire that you KNOW is on the way this year.

How Worried Are YOU About Elections This Year? Are You Preparing For Civil Unrest?

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