George Soros Funded THESE Liberal Protests!

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Race baiters and fake liberals like Al Sharpton and George Soros have always used their public notoriety to bring attention to progressive issues. Some have even accused them of spending exorbitant amounts of money shipping in anti-Donald Trump protestors during post election rallies. Well it turns out, the people who thought that, might be right after all.

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The Media Research Center found that billionaire George Soros donated approximately a quarter of a billion dollars to various groups and organizations that backed the protests for a “Day Without a Woman.” It was the same day as International Women’s Day.

Soros donated to organizations such as Planned Parenthood and the Center for American Progress and People for the American Way (PFAW). But even the large sums of money he gave away only account for a fraction of his wealth. He directly gave $246,637,217 to protestors on January 21st.

The billionaire has been adamantly opposed to Donald Trump from the very beginning. He was a heavy campaign contributor to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He was also extraordinarily vocal about denouncing Trump and calling him a threat to our democracy that has put us in crisis.

One hundred of the five hundred and forty-four partners involved in the Women’s March received a total of $246,637,217 from the billlionaire between 2000 and 2014 over a fourteen year period. One of those partners includes the Center for Reproductive Rights. As well as, MoveOn.org and the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Liberals have a never ending amount of hypocrisy in their bloodstream on a daily basis. Which is why the irony that almost all males staffed the Action Network Fundone organization which funded the feminist demonstration hits home so perfectly well.

Liberals cannot even protest right. They clearly won’t protest unless they have a financial incentive to do so. What’s moral pious or righteous about that? They are no better than the very thing they say they stand against.

 

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