This is how we drain the funds of these alt-left extremists. We just say there is going to be big free speech events being held every other day or so. The left would use paid protesters to disastrous effect. Now to do the math.Assuming that the left will bring in as much people as they did for the latest free speech rally.
** 40,000*25 = 1,000,000/per hour **. if a average event lasts 8 hours on the low side thats 8,000,000$ a day if it last 12 hours it would be 12,000,000$ a day. if we do this for 100 days we are making them spend 800,000,000$ on the low side and 1,200,000,000 on the high side. Even if we say we say that only 40-60% are being paid to protest then it is still a significant amount of money to pay ( assuming 40% are paid on the low side then that's 320 million dollars. Thoughts?? Could we do the math for other previous events that anti protesters flooded to ( i don't know the numbers)
edit courtesy of user: o0shad0o
Edit: Another idea would be to acquire permits for multiple days, then hold a single rally on a flash basis. Tell people there will be a rally one weekend in the month of Octember and to stand by, and let them know it's on 2-3 days before the event. That might not prevent some antifa from showing up, but it would tend to disrupt organized planning for it. The problem is, it would also disrupt the people on your side, who are more likely to be gainfully employed than the other side.