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SEPTEMBER 2020

Soros-Sponsored Groups Is Core of Anti-Trump Protests

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As hacked emails of chairman of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, John Podesta, reveals, some of the US protests against President-elect Donald Trump were organized by groups, sponsored by a billionaire and Hillary Clinton’s supporter, George Soros.

Soros-Sponsored Groups Is Core of Anti-Trump Protests

George Soros (Photo: reddit.com)

Some of the US protests against President-elect Donald Trump were organized by groups, sponsored by a billionaire and Hillary Clinton’s supporter, George Soros. This fact was revealed by emails of chairman of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, John Podesta, published on the Wikileaks website.

Among the hacked emails Podesta, there was one from September 9, 2007, sent from the Podesta’s think-tank Center for American Progress and shared with MoveOn.org. The email included an attachment – a strategy document seeking financial support from George and Jonathan Soros, Herb and Marion Sandler, Steve Bing, Peter and Jonathan Lewis, and John Sperling.

“Although the prospect for continual electoral gains are solid – and the assets of the progressive movement far better than in years past – several gaps remain to be filled. Chief among these is better connection between ground activity and substantive content and messaging,” Podesta wrote to Democratic funders. “In order to win next year, we must do a better job of controlling the public dialogue and overall framework of the election.”

In addition, the document refers to controlling the political discourse by using the networks of “grassroots organizing; multi-issue advocacy groups; think tanks; youth outreach; faith communities; micro-targeting outfits; the netroots and blogosphere…to drive the content of politics through a strong ‘echo chamber’ and message delivery system.”

“And it is clear that each of you as individuals will play an important role in funding the remaining work,” Podesta noted in the email.

On Wednesday, MoveOn.org issued a press release about the protests, according to which “hundreds of Americans, dozens of organizations to gather peacefully outside the White House and in cities and towns nationwide to take a continued stand against misogyny, racism, Islamophobia, and xenophobia.”

“Tonight, thousands of Americans will come together at hundreds of peaceful gatherings in cities and towns across the nation, including outside the White House, following the results of Tuesday’s presidential election,” the press release reads. “The gatherings – organized by MoveOn.org and allies – will affirm a continued rejection of Donald Trump’s bigotry, xenophobia, Islamophobia, and misogyny and demonstrate our resolve to fight together for the America we still believe is possible.”

As a British-Serbian political commentator, Marko Gasic, noted, many of those, who are stirring it up, work for Soros-fronted organizations and tell protesters that “they are in danger by Trump, even though Trump has done nothing but preach unity since he won the election.” He also noted that most likely the objections of the global elite to President-elect Donald Trump is different from what they tell protesters.

“It’s an election where they had all of the media, power and money and yet they’ve lost to him,” Gasic told the RT information website. “It’s a toss-up now between the Clinton-Soros view that the only democracy allowed is a one party democracy that agrees with what they say and if that doesn’t happen they are ready to do a counter-revolution to destroy that democracy and that democratic vote.”

However, Gasic pointed out that he does not think that they will try to get rid of Trump, but will attempt to intimidate him and make to “agree to social peace at home as long as the global elites are allowed to pursue their wars abroad. They want him to become a neocon just like they are.”

Since Trump won the presidential elections on Tuesday, protests against his presidency broke out across the US. Leading Democratic funders in California have started a campaign calling to reject the election results, arguing it was not consistent with the state’s values.

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