Creepy billionaire George Soros is upping his cash grab for power in America by dumping a reported $80 million
into a spiderweb of groups determined to smash Voter ID laws and conduct guerilla-style tactics against any and all of George Soros’
A new $80 million anti-Trump network is being led by an organization whose top funder is liberal billionaire George Soros and which employs former members of the controversial and now-defunct Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN).
The Center for Popular Democracy Action Fund, the 501(c)(4) sister organization of the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), a New York-based nonprofit that receives the bulk of its funding from George Soros, announced at their spring gala Tuesday that they will be heading up the new $80 million anti-Trump network that will span 32 states and have 48 local partners, CNN reported.
The Center for Popular Democracy is basically a successor organization to the old ACORN network that was broken up after undercover videos showed staffers helping prostitutes launder money surfaced.
The discredited practices of ACORN just moved into these new corporate digs provided by George Soros.
Andrew Friedman, a co-executive director at the Center for Popular Democracy, co-founded Make the Road New York, a Latino immigrant group that has worked alongside CPD on a number of anti-Trump campaigns. Friedman serves on the board of Make the Road New York (MRNY) and Make the Road Action Fund, which are closely linked to CPD and contain many overlapping staffers.
Others in leadership roles at CPD have come directly from ACORN.
Brian Kettenring, the other co-executive director of the CPD, was an organizer for ACORN from 1995 to 2010.
Steve Kest, a senior advisor at CPD, worked for ACORN for 35 years and served as its national executive director.
Christina Livingston, a board member of CPD, is the executive director of the Alliance for Californians for Community Empowerment. Livingston previously organized for ACORN out of Los Angeles.
Steve Dooley, the director of partnerships at CPD, began his career at ACORN in D.C. Dooley later directed ACORN’s offices in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Greg Basta, the director of sustainability initiatives at CPD, worked as the statewide canvass director for the New York ACORN for five years.
Basta was a founding staff member of New York Communities for Change (NYCC), an ACORN offshoot that was founded in 2010.
These ACORN-lite groups have already been activated as the cutting edge of Soros’ drive to create political tumult across the country.
They have been instrumental in creating rent-a-mobs for political protests like against the travel ban and to ratchet up pressure against Soros’ business rivals.
In addition, Soros is also aiming at crushing any attempt to eliminate voter fraud, a key element of any left-wing political calculation.
In fact, Soros is trying to add as many as 10 million new voters before 2018 and is not interested in the citizenship status of any of the new voters.
Another Soros-backed project is pushing hard to add these plient new “voters:”
Marc Elias, Hillary Clinton’s former top campaign lawyer, recently joined the board of Priorities USA Action, a major Democratic super PAC that received $9.5 million from Soros during the 2016 election cycle.
Elias was tapped as the group shifts its focus on pushing back against state-level Republican efforts on voting laws. Every Citizen Counts, a nonprofit founded by Clinton allies focused on mobilizing African American and Latino voters, was absorbed into Priorities USA.
Elias will spearhead challenges against state voting laws from the organization’s nonprofit arm, which is building a national database to be a “one-stop inventory of restrictive voting measures” that they will share with other progressive groups.
Soros’s meddling in the internal politics of sovereign nations is well documented.
But now, Soros is upping his bet on the creation of political chaos in America and eventually turn the U.S. towards his globalist One World Government schemes.
Soros can be stopped. Here’s one way.