Mainstream media covered some of the harassing actions against various Trump administration and Republican officials and lawmakers. But often they left out the fact that these actions were not by random disturbed constituents, but by professional leftist activists.
And now it’s been revealed that the leftist group who harassed Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at a movie theater in June was actually funded by a half a million dollars from George Soros’ organization, the Open Society Policy Center (OSPC). OSPC helps to promote the Soros’ left-wing agenda around the world.
The group who harassed her, Organize Florida, got a half a million dollars from the OSPC in 2017, according to the Daily Caller News Foundation.
The grant was supposed to be to “support policy advocacy.” One wonders what “policy advocacy” they are supporting by harassing a woman at the movie theater.
From Daily Caller:
Organize Florida activists yelled at Bondi, a Republican ally of President Donald Trump, about the president’s immigration and health care policies during the protest in June. One of the protesters spit on Bondi’s head, she said afterwards.
Other targets of Organize Florida’s protests include women’s health centers that don’t perform abortions.
OSPC did not respond to a request for comment regarding the grant to Organize Florida, and whether the activists’s actions toward Bondi are consistent with OSPC’s mission.
Check out their action here as they stalked her, yelling and screaming at her at the theater. And Bondi said they were not just screaming but “inciting violence, it’s not just yelling at someone and cursing in public place, they were trying to create a fight.”
This of course is just one of the many activist groups he funds, some of whom were involved in other similar actions, such as harassing Senators during the Kavanaugh hearings.
And unfortunately, the United States is helping to export the left-wing Soros agenda overseas through the US Aid who has actually given millions in grants to Soros organizations in Europe. It was happening under Barack Obama and there’s no evidence that sufficient attention has been paid to stop the practice. Questions were raised about it last year by GOP senators but then the issue seemed to disappear.