George Soros has been using his billions of dollars to influence American politics for many years.
But this past election cycle, he did not get his way.
As a result, he’s now funding entire coalitions to undermine President Trump.
Donald Trump had not even officially taken office yet before three Soros-funded groups came together to fight the “immediate threats” to “immigrants, women, Muslim and Arab-American communities, black people, LGBTQ communities, and all people of color” which were supposedly sparked by the new President’s election victory.
The coalition, which seeds many more liberal groups to protest and oppose Republicans, is called the Emergent Fund.
The Emergent Fund is made up of three Soros-tied organizations: The Solidaire Network, which allies with groups that protest immigration enforcement; Threshold Foundation, which builds donor networks for organizations to bring about “social and environment change”; and Women Donors Network, which specializes in mobilizing and funding female activists for liberal causes.
The Free Beacon reports:
Since the fund’s formation, it has received little public attention. It has raised over half a million dollars to give to groups opposing Republicans, such as the Black Lives Matter Network. The fund has extensive ties to significant liberal networks and groups.
“These communities need increased capacity so that they can respond, act nimbly, and develop new strategies in this new period,” the fund’s website states. “The fund will focus on grassroots organizations in communities of color who are facing injustice based on racial, ethnic, religious and other forms of discrimination. We will provide resources to defend against what’s coming, and to develop innovative strategies to transform our country.”
In addition to Black Lives Matter, the Emergent Fund also lists Muslim Anti-Racism Collaborative, Texas Organizing Project, and United We Dream among grantees on their website.
“I am Shen, 27 years old… I organize my black undocumented community & advocate for refugees.” #HereToStayhttps://t.co/yFvnVexidN pic.twitter.com/qzCBADYtpJ
— United We Dream (@UNITEDWEDREAM) March 30, 2017
Both Black Lives Matter and United We Dream have famously organized anti-Trump rallies since before his inauguration.
And the spider web of liberal funding gets more and more tangled the longer one examines it.
All three key groups in the Emergent Fund are already providing funding, or attaining funding for, other liberal groups.
The Solidaire Network coordinates wealthy progressive donors to both fund and direct other groups, specifically in recruiting donors who control at least $50,000, either individually or through family foundations.
The Solidaire Network also has ties to the Soros-related Democracy Donor Alliance network, and recently appeared with them at an investment summit in Washington, D.C. to determine a broad plan of opposition to President Trump and Republicans currently in office.
The Women Donors Network also appeared alongside the Solidaire Network at the Democracy Donor Alliance’s D.C. summit, and encourages female activists to get involved in other liberal causes within this massive donor network.
The Threshold Foundation, the third component of the Emergent Fund, is closely tied to the Tide Foundation, which has a “war chest” of nearly $200 million it gives to liberal groups every year.
With these resources, the Threshold Foundation has seeded hundreds of organizations around the world.
The ins and outs don’t even stop there, though.
Visiting any of the three organizations’ websites guarantees you will be directed to even more liberal organizations with ties to billionaire George Soros.
One of the most notable cross-overs from all three organizations are the events and fundraising efforts of United We Dream, which has received tens of thousands of dollars from George Soros directly.
United We Dream then urges its members to work with other organizations, and so on.
There’s an urgent need for cross-movement work.
Join us & @btmmayday to demand & create change #BeyondtheMoment: https://t.co/G4uM5eElcT. pic.twitter.com/Pjrb3V8A06
— United We Dream (@UNITEDWEDREAM) April 5, 2017
While opposition to current conservative policies and conservative figures may seem like it is coming from several individual sections of the county’s population, make no mistake, most of them share several members, activists, and – perhaps most importantly – the same bank-rollers.