Anonymous for McAfee

We must unite regardless of political affiliation for an issue that effects us all.
We ask that John McAfee be named the candidate to join Trump to start securing America from Hackers!
Join us on December 5, 2016 as we demand change to the status quo of insecurity.

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What to bring


What To Bring

Guy Fawkes Mask

The V for Vendetta Masks can be obtained from Party City for around $10. Most nation wide party stores sell them. The mask is to protect your identity.

Bottled Water

When the temperatures rise, getting enough to drink is important while standing in the sun campaigning for better cyber security. Be smart, and be safe.


A protest simply isn't a protest unless people know what message you're trying to convey. The goal is for Trump to address cyber security ASAP!

Positive Attitude

We have seen in the past that aggression, violence, and hate is not the way to invoke change. We must change how we protest. Only then do they truly listen.

Sealed Lips

It's a bad idea to speak to Press Reporters. You are very likely to have your words twisted. Simply let your sign do the talking. keep the facts straight.

Good Shoes

Nothing hurts more than making the wrong choice in footwear. New York = Lots of walking. Do yourself a favor & Wear something your feet will thank you for.

Directions to the Rally

Trump Tower is a 58-story skyscraper located at 725 Fifth Avenue, at the corner of East 56th Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. We will be gathering at the front entrance starting at noon on the 5th of December. Please don't block sidewalk traffic, harass Law Enforcement, or intimidate the guards working security.

You can expect traffic to be crazy around Trump Tower. Due to heightened security and tourism, Best to plan your parking ahead of time before heading to Manhattan.

Why John McAfee?

Like him or not, McAfee is good for the future because he is going to force the action around cybersecurity while others in power simply shrug it off as no big deal. Our nation is at risk for cyber-warfare. Our corporations are at risk for cyber-espionage and digital crime. Our citizens are at risk for identity theft, and their rights to digital privacy. Our kids are at risk for cyberbullying. Someone needs to raise the noise-level on all of this – and no one is better suited to be the White House Cybersecurity Czar than McAfee.

McAfee has spent decades building up a large following from the tech industry – and the media who follow his personal antics have turned him into a celebrity. Millions of people know his name. First and foremost, John McAfee is a cybersecurity legend… the pioneer and founder of the 80’s namesake company he founded – McAfee Software – which became the leading antivirus company and ultimately sold to Intel Corporation (while still bearing his name) for $7.7 billion in 2010. He has remained in the tech industry all of these years – despite media depictions that he’s jumped off the deep end. His latest company, McAfee Global Technologies, is a web, mobile, physical security and privacy company. McAfee is periodically the keynote speaker and main draw at cybersecurity conferences and hacker conventions.

Bottom line on McAfee – he has a lot of street cred when it comes to cybersecurity. It doesn’t hurt that he’s 70 but looks 60, is handsome, fit, well spoken, and has a good sense of humor. If you watch him when he’s well behaved, then you might throw everything you thought you knew about him out the window and write it all off as a gag – and listen up to him on cybersecurity. His opinions are his opinions and whether you agree with them or not, it is hard not to agree that cybersecurity needs to be run up the flagpole for every American voter to pay attention on.

America loves an entrepreneur.. see Donald Trump. And McAfee is the ultimate entrepreneur. He didn’t startup in business with his Dad’s money. He did all by himself – conceived of a product, developed it, slapped his name on it, sold it to millions of consumers and corporations globally, and then cashed-out. While most Americans hold different political views, It's important to remember that Cyber Security is an issue to all of us.