From the "non-partisan" Greenwich Indivisible website.

 Self-identifying greenwich invisible pussy hats

Self-identifying greenwich invisible pussy hats

Too good to bury in the comment section, Riverside Dog Walker has very generously provided this material:

"If you want to take the measure of this group, all you have to do is read
their modus operandi as posted on their Indivisible Greenwich website https://www.indivisiblegree...

No wonder they don't want to publicly identify themselves since no
reasonable person would suppose their tactics. I've cut and pasted
their approach to meetings. MoC stands for Member of Congress, but I
assume they will bring the same approach to RTM or any other gathering
they choose to plague. These self righteous people would be
entertaining if they weren't so dangerous."

All of the posts on this group are based on their own statements: we report, you decide.

TOWN HALL MEETINGS
Get there early, meet up, and get organized.
Meet outside or in the parking lot for a quick huddle before
the event and distribute the handout of questions, signs etc.  
Get seated and spread out.
Head into the venue a bit early to grab seats at the front half
of the room, but do not all sit together. Sit by yourself or in groups
of two, and spread out throughout the room. This will help reinforce the
impression of broad consensus.
Make your voices heard by asking good questions.
When the MoC opens the floor for questions, everyone in the
group should put their hands up and keep them there. Look friendly or
neutral so that staffers will call on you. When you’re asking a
question, remember the following guidelines:
Stick with the prepared list of questions.
Read it straight from the printout if needed.
Be polite but persistent, and demand real answers.
MoCs are very good at deflecting or dodging questions they don’t
want to answer. If the MoC dodges, ask a follow-up question.
Don’t give up the mic until you’re satisfied with the answer.
If they try to take the mic, object, then say politely
but loudly: “I’m not finished. The MoC is dodging my question?”
Keep the pressure on.
After one member of the group finishes, everyone should
raise their hands again and should move down the list of questions and
ask the next one.
Support the group and reinforce the message.
After one member of your group asks a question, everyone should applaud to show that the feeling is shared.
Record everything!
Assign someone in the group to use their smart phone or video camera
to record other advocates asking questions and the MoC’s response; 
exchanges caught on video can be devastating for MoC's. These clips can
be shared through social media and picked up by local and national
media. Please familiarize yourself with your state and local laws that
govern recording, along with any applicable Senate or House rules, prior
to recording. These laws and rules vary substantially from jurisdiction
to jurisdiction.
AFTER THE TOWN HALL
Reach Out to Media
Approach the media at the town hall, and offer to speak about your
concerns. When the event is over, you should engage local reporters on
Twitter or by email and offer to provide an in-person account of what
happened, as well as the video footage you collected.
Share Everything
Post pictures, video, your own thoughts about the event, etc., to
social media afterward. Tag the MoC’s office and encourage others to
share widely.

I draw your attention to the instructions given above: straight from the playbook of the Communist Party of the USA

Sit by yourself or in groups of two, and spread out throughout the room. This will help reinforce the impression of broad consensus.
When you’re asking a question, remember the following guidelines:
Stick with the prepared list of questions.
Read it straight from the printout if needed.

Former Greenwich resident Jim Himes, who claims to be representing our interests in Washington, endorses and supports Greenwich Invisible's plan to politicize our RTM.

Sad.