Gary Forbes of “The Forbes Group” has been calling on supporters of presidential candidate Donald Trump to find ways to physically stop “at risk delegates” from voting at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland in July. He has additionally called for “digital photographs” of those who “betrayed the people” along with their family members.
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Seeking “aggressive pro-Trump groups including bikers, truckers, unions, support groups, etc.,” Forbes encouraged supporters on Monday to “be creative” in figuring out ways to block delegates from attending the convention.
“…Block streets with traffic jams. Find out their flights and hotels and figure out ways to cancel their tickets and reservations. If you do not want this election to be stolen from us, you and your teams must take extremely aggressive actions.”
As reported first at TrevorLoudon.com, Forbes called for Trump supporters to send him personal information of GOP leaders and “delegates who believe they can vote for whoever they decide they want on their own…” Forbes also called for a “sizable group of bikers [who] will be responsible for visiting the homes of party leaders…”
Perhaps the most disturbing rant, however, seems to have been written a week ago. In a must-read manifesto titled, “Combating a GOP Contested Convention To Save Trump,” Forbes calls for “massive demonstration[s]” to be held at the homes of delegates while they are at the convention in July.
“We want each at-risk delegate, while in Cleveland, to receive urgent phone calls from their families and neighbors…”
Forbes instructs supporters to “[K]eep the demonstrations peaceful, as long as that delegate does not switch his/her vote.” If the delegate does switch their vote away from Donald Trump, Forbes says that “…it will be up to the leader of the protest to determine what further actions to take.”
Forbes connection, if any, to Donald Trump is unknown. However, his comments are reminiscent of comments made by Trump surrogate Roger Stone in a bizarre interview earlier this month. In that case, Stone called for massive protests in Cleveland, and said that he will disclose hotel names and room numbers of the delegates.