WE ARE BEING SLOWLY OVERTAKEN BY FASCISTS ON THE LEFT, WHO SEEK TO SILENCE OPPOSITION, SHUT DOWN FREE SPEECH, AND USE NAZI TACTICS TO SMEAR THEIR OPPOSITION. When is something going to be done about this? 'Well-oiled' activist ops targeting GOP reps at their homes, hijacking town halls The left has upped the stakes in its guerilla operations against Republicans, as deep-pocketed groups fund protesters to show up to the offices and even houses of congressmen to protest their lack of "town hall" meetings. Earlier this month, protesters targeted the home of Rep. Jason Lewis, a newly elected Republican in Minnesota's 2nd District. The protests on his doorstep grew big enough that one of his neighbors called the police. "Fortunately my family wasn't home at the time,” Lewis told Fox News. “I ran for Congress, but my family didn't run ... so to bring them into it I think is not in keeping with the best of American tradition." reps at their homes, hijacking town halls By Maxim LottPublished August 24, 2017 Fox News Images from the protest at Rep. Jason Lewis' house in Minnesota. (Take Action Minnesota) Protesters also have shown up at the homes of other Republican lawmakers in swing districts such as Rep. John Faso, R-N.Y., and Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif. Some 200 protesters showed up at Issa's home to blast him for not holding town hall meetings, leading his spokesman to say: “Dragging the congressman’s wife and family into this goes beyond the pale.” Local chapters of a left-wing group called “Indivisible” helped organize and lead those two protests. 'This is a well-oiled, very much activist plan to disrupt the democratic process.' The targets say the whole operation is part of a one-two punch orchestrated from the top, in which left-wing groups throw their first punch by rounding up activists and training them to be as disruptive as possible during representatives’ town halls. It started with the group Indivisible, which created a popular guide for making members of Congress look bad at town halls. The group says the guide is now used by "over 5,800 local groups" and has at least two groups in every congressional district. The guide tells activists how to work as a team to hector a representative. It says after one activist asks a question at a town hall, "Other group members around the room should amplify by either booing the MoC [Member of Congress] or applauding you." On its website, Indivisible advises potential donors that they can make a “large gift” tax deductible if they go through an intermediary group called the Tides Foundation. The foundation funnels more than $100 million a year to left-wing advocacy groups; liberal billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Foundations is one of many groups that gives money to projects through the Tides Foundation, though there is no evidence his group supports Indivisible in particular. Lewis said Indivisible’s town hall guide and the protests are “orchestrated from afar to recruit people in the district who are anything but objective or the average constituent.” Despite moving away from town halls, he said he still meets people “every single working day,” at hospitals, businesses, universities and elsewhere.