A group of billionaires including George Soros and Steve Phillips came together and donated over a billion dollars in order to try get Hillary elected.
This was funneled mainly through Democracy Alliance, which had been founded twelve years ago by Soros. To participate in the Democracy Alliance donors are required to donate a minimum of $200,000 annually. That requirement guarantees the “purity” of thought necessary to maintain the direction of the DA in funding programs that advance the interests of billionaires only.
These heavyweights wielded their financial weight by funding every radical group from Moveon.org, La Raza, Puente Human Rights Movement, Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF,) the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC,) Black Lives Matter and the Black Alliance for Just Immigration as well as directly giving to Hillary’s campaign through Super PACs Americans United for Change, Democracy Partners, and People For The American Way that were charged with inciting violence at Trump’s campaign rallies and conducting voter and election fraud.
The group of billionaires only care about having control over the part and it doesn’t matter which ne, as long as they can influence legislation and get political favors to boost their own profits.
Now that is been determined that they backed the wrong horse and they lost, badly they’re resorting to hiring thousands of brain dead youth and illegal aliens to take to the streets and riot.
Someone took a poll of 112 of the protesters and discovered that only 38% of them even bothered to vote in the election that they’re now “protesting.” Some didn’t vote because they have no legal status to vote and others just couldn’t be bothered. Maybe Soros and his cromies should have paid them to vote since it appears that they’ll do anything for money.
Many Democrats are angry and realize now that groups like the Democracy Alliance are the problem. This growing sentiment surfaced when a Democratic strategist emerged from a meeting where the party’s elders had been sifting through the ashes of this campaign and said:
“The DA (Democracy Alliance) itself should be called into question. You can make a very good case it’s nothing more than a social club for a handful of wealthy white donors and labor union officials to drink wine and read memos, as the Democratic Party burns down around them.”
What are your thoughts on this?