Liberal activist veterans busted with fake petitions against Trump at protest

A large group of veterans, led by the liberal-progressive activist group Move On, gathered in protest of Donald Trump in Washington D.C. on Thursday.

The group claimed it was delivering a box of 100,000 signed petitions requesting that the Republican party leaders to rescind their endorsement of Trump for presidential.

The group cites Trump’s recent comments made about the Gold Star family of U.S. Army Capt. Humayan Khan, a Muslim American soldier killed in Iraq, questions over Trump’s fundraisers for veterans and Trump’s comments that John McCain himself is not a war hero because he was captured in Vietnam, according to Fox5.

The group claimed that the event was not political but a representation of what they believe is the opinions of the military but new evidence suggests the whole event was a political ruse.

When Fox5 checked the boxes the group claimed had 100,000 singed petitions, they were completely empty.  After the organizers of the event were confronted by Fox5, they claimed they had placed all of the signatures on a hard drive and delivered them to John McCain, the Chairman of the Armed Forces Committee.

Popular Military could not find any evidence of the aforementioned petition on the Move On organization’s petition website, but a petition for a specific issue with Trump, on CredoAction, claims to have over 176k signatures to ban Donald Trump from attending classified national security briefings.

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