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Group Connected to George Soros Spending $5M To Stop Kavanaugh Confirmation

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Group Connected to Soros Spending $5Million To Stop Kavanaugh Nomination

Meddling Soros is at it again showing he’s willing to stop at nothing to get what he wants.

This time old Soros is using his millions will help radical liberal efforts to stop president Trump’s pick judge Brett Kavanaugh from being the next Supreme Court justice.

A new radical liberal political advocacy group who has financial ties to billionaire George Soros, is on a mission to defeat President Donald Trump’s U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The plan unearthed in financial disclosure forms show the group Demand Justice’s primary financial supporter is the 501(c)(4) non-profit called the Sixteen Thirty Fund, which in turn is financed by the Open Society Policy Center.

OSPC has been one of George Soros’ primary donation vehicles through the 2012 and 2016 U.S. election cycles.

Demand Justice raked in $2.2 million from the Sixteen Thirty Fund.

The Fund is mainly financed by a handful of donors.

Financial statements filed with state oversight officials back in 2014 show only three contributors accounted for 70 percent ($11.5 million)  of the Fund’s total donations and grant revenue.

Disclosure forms filed back in 2016 show similar facts. Less than five donors gave $13.3 million to the Fund, representing 63% of their total donations.

One of those donors was the Soros-backed OSPC, which gave the Fund $350,000 in 2012; $772,000 in 2013; $125,000 in 2014; $550,000 in 2015; and $481,483 in 2016, the last year in which financial records are available.

Demand Justice was just formed only a few months ago and is currently under the leadership of Brian Fallon, who served as Hillary Clinton’s press secretary during her 2016 presidential bid.

The New York Times reported that the group is being staffed by Hillary Clinton’s campaign and Obama administration alums.

Brian Fallon told The Times in May that Demand Justice “will be to try to do opinion research and experiment digitally to figure out how we can sustain a conversation and change minds and sensitize rank-and-file progressives to think of the courts as a venue for their activism and a way to advance the progressive agenda.”

The group is planning to run a $5 million multi-platform effort to stop Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination.

Demand Justice will be running television ads in targeted states including West Virginia, Indiana, North Dakota, Maine, and Alaska in an attempt to sway moderate senators to vote against the nominee.

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