Nashville to Welcome Conservative Activist Scott Presler, Who Planned Baltimore Cleanup

 

Scott Presler, the conservative activist who organized the recent Baltimore cleanup is headed to Nashville, according to a new listing on Eventbrite.com

Presler is scheduled to appear from 9 a.m. to noon, September 7, at Nashville’s Lion’s Head Condo Courtyard at 4487 Post Place, the website went on to say.

A meet and greet is scheduled at 9 a.m. Eastern (or 8 a.m. Central)

A training session, meanwhile, is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon.

“His (Presler’s) bootcamp, How to Register New Republican Voters, is just the springboard for so much good that can happen from sea to shining sea,” according to an unidentified author on Eventbrite.

“Just like me, if you are sitting on the sidelines, I encourage you to activate. Scott will teach you how to apply yourself where it will make a difference, or you may just enjoy a Rally where fellowship lacks disparity, and make some incredible connections. Please join us in setting a record attendance, and making his presence in Nashville a HUGE success!”

According to his Facebook page, Presler is vice chairman of the Virginia Beach Young Republicans, and he spent two years working to defeat Hillary Clinton.

“He is laser-focused on re-electing President Trump, keeping the Senate in Republicans’ hands, and flipping the House from blue to red,” the description went on to say.

According to a Townhall article earlier this month, Presler made a call to action in Baltimore and arranged for more than 100 people to clean up city neighborhoods in Charm City.

“Presler at first kept secret when the event would occur for fear of retaliation from the far-left like Antifa,” the website reported.

The cleanup reportedly happened in West Baltimore, according to Townhall.

“By all measures, it was hugely successful,” the website said.

Townhall took issue with The Baltimore Sun’s editorial board publishing an op-ed attacking Presler. Members of the board said he was only out to embarrass Baltimore and its residents.

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Chris Butler is an investigative journalist at The Tennessee Star. Follow Chris on Facebook. Email tips to [email protected]
Photo “Scott Presler” by Scott Presler. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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