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Posted on 08/16/2018 2:07:23 PM PDT by Pining_4_TX
I have been looking on a website that lists legit work from home jobs for extra income (or any income, for that matter). Today's list included a site that lists work for non-profits. It is alarming how many of these are jobs for people to organize and campaign for various leftist causes, including general anti-Trump and anti-Republican activities.
I assume that the funding for these "jobs" come from sources like Soros, Heyer, and a host of rich celebrities and deep state types. To me, this is frightening. How do conservatives combat this organized effort to destroy our Republic?
How about you post that stuff so we can see it?
Its been going on since 2004 at least on Craigslist.
There were posts from CA residents wanting to swap votes for Nevada.
Lots of posts.
I have been looking on a website that lists legit work from
home jobs for extra income (or any income, for that matter)
And what site would that be?
Seriously, keep a list of those orgainizations to check what they’re doing from time to time. Know your enemies.
That has ALWAYS been the case.
These groups are ALWAYS out looking for more cannon fodder to organize for their Potemkin Village astroturf projects.
They advertised every day in my college newspaper, and that was nearly forty years ago.
Hope the link works. I’m rather tech challenged. The site that lists work from home jobs is Rat Race Rebellion. Today’s listing is the one that contains the link to working for non-profits.
There are many, many listings, but you can narrow them down by type of cause, etc.
Take the job and their money and then send out your own message. What are they going to do? Fire you? They won’t sue because of that pesky little matter of discovery.
Thanks. I’m not looking for a job but
wanted to see what it looked like.
I’d check this out but I’m busy waiting for today’s mail. The 3 million dollar check from a Nigerian king’s widow is supposed to arrive today!
Actually, Rat Race Rebellion is a legit site that screens the jobs before they post them. Many people have found work through them, and they have several posts on how to avoid scams.
Some of the jobs they post are no longer available, but I haven’t seen anything yet that looks shady. As for idealist.org, I assume they are legit since RRR links to them. As always, though, you have to be careful online.
What I suspect is the users pay very low wages or pay on a piecework basis, Okay if a person is desperate for any kind of work or just starting out - and there’s certainly nothing wrong with that, but not much in the way of a career.
Join them! Take their $$ and find out what they are planning. Report back.
If Soros wants to pay me a big salary to sit at home, I’d be happy to take his money. And work with enthusiasm.
I guess you never read Taylor Caldwell’s “The Devil’s Advocate”.
Great book. Used to read it every year around Christmas.
How do conservatives combat this organized effort to destroy our Republic?
Oh, you’ll see. These people are hell bound and determined, so, you WILL see. ..
And take a megaphone.
Get them to chant All cops are racist, or All whites are racist.
They will do it.
A few internet truths:
There is not... one... single.. authentic watch on ebay.
There is no such thing as a “legit work from home website”
If you need to work from home, it’s hard. Everything else is a fraud or scam though. EVERYTHING.
My wife sells on ebay. It’s tough. It took years to get to a point where it was a good living. But it’s one of the few legit ways to make money from home.
Oh, and several rooms of the house are dedicated to her *!#@$(* inventory. If you need help on a work from home job, hit me up. I may have some ideas.
We started the reseller thing when we were FLAT poor.
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