Democrat J6 Vigil Organized By Left-Wing Activist Behind Violent Disruptions Of Trump Inauguration, Assault Of GOP Senator’s Family

The woman organizing a vigil on the National Mall to remember “the attack on democracy that occurred on Jan. 6, 2021,” is the same Antifa-affiliated woman who planned disruptions for the inaugurations of both President George W. Bush and President Donald Trump. She also co-founded and organized the group that terrorized Sen. Josh Hawley’s wife and newborn baby last year over the Republican’s objections to the 2020 election results.

Liz Butler is a “partner” with Movement Catalyst, the organization hosting the official Jan. 6 vigil in Washington, D.C., just one year after the infamous Capitol riot. The event is part of an entire day of Democrat programming hoping to smear Republicans as the destroyers of democracy.

According to her biography, which is listed first on the Movement Catalyst website, Butler has a lengthy history of organizing radical protests to spark change and affirm “social justice, economic justice, climate justice, fossil fuel resistance, and environmental justice.”

During her time as national organizer of the Coastal Rainforest Coalition, the veteran demonstrator helped facilitate the environmental protests against Bush on his Inauguration Day in 2001. As reported by American Greatness, Butler also helped instigate the International Monetary Fund and World Bank protests one year later through her role with Mobilization for Global Justice. The protests quickly turned violent as rioters began throwing rocks and smoke bombs at police officers and blocking traffic. Law enforcement officials arrested more than 600 people in connection to the destruction and chaos. 

Butler later used her activist background to get ShutDownDC off the ground, the group that regularly confronts GOP legislators, and she readily protested and ginned up opposition to Trump’s inauguration in 2017. On Jan. 20, 2017, more than 200 people were arrested after rioting in the streets of Washington, D.C., and other U.S. cities. Rioters vandalized vehicles, smashed windows, set a limo on fire, and injured police officers who tried to subdue the violence and chaos.

During the 2020 election, ShutDownDC, an “anti-fascist” group led by Butler and another notable anti-GOP activist Patrick Young, partnered with protest consultant Lisa Fithian to discuss “Escalating Resistance in Times of Crisis: Mass Rebellion.” The group also promoted resources on how radical leftists should badger legislators and other government officials if Trump won the election.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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