Reimbursement For "Paid Protestor" Expenses Sen Paul Bailey

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Reimbursement For "Paid Protestor" Expenses Sen Paul Bailey says
Last Monday, over 2,000 protestors showed up at the TN Capitol to let our reps know "We Are Watching," but one state senator responded to this historic event by claiming many were "paid protestors." (1)

While we Tennesseans showed up, at great personal expense, concerned for our community, it sure would be nice to be paid!

So we will show up at 2:30 pm, prior to this Monday's Rally at the Capitol (2), at Senator Paul Bailey's office in nearby Legislative Plaza, and ask if he would please put us in touch with his supposed source (3), so we can find out how we too can be "paid protestors!"

If already going to the Rally, this will be a fun bit of activism just 30 minutes beforehand that makes a point in a satirical way and will put you in a great mood before the Rally start.

If you or someone you know went to last Monday's rally, please have them email expenses incurred to the leader of this event Taralei Griffin at, who will itemize these in a spreadsheet for the Senator.

Please click GOING, show up, and let's demonstrate to the Senator that we don't take too kindly to liars in our state!

Meet at 301 6th Ave N (right across from TPAC - at 2:30pm.

Bring a good mood and a sense of humor and we'll make a great point that in TN there are no such things as "alternative facts," and assertions without evidence or based on invisible sources don't cut it.

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By: Indivisible Middle Tennessee