WSJ: George Soros’s march on Washington

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Asra Q Nomani wrote that the evidence she has gathered in support of her claim is an open secret, but most journalists simply avoid the issue. The article was translated to Hungarian by opinion aggregator site Mandiner.

Nomani says she began her research into the financing of the “resistance” hours after the 2016 U.S. elections. She says that of the organizations taking part in the January 21, 2017 Women’s March the 50 largest ones all received financial support either directly from Soros’s Open Society Foundation or similar organizations within the “Soros-house” and the number of supported NGOs has since risen to 80.

Nomani also writes that at least the 20 largest organizations taking part in the march against the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh as Supreme Court Justice are also supported by Soros.

The banners displayed during Saturday’s March came from well-known democratic civil rights groups that have received millions of dollars from Soros. Such are the trade union ACLU, the umbrella organization Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, the pro-abortion Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America, the leftist Center for Popular Democracy, gay rights group Human Rights Campaign and the lobby group established by Soros and with strong ties to the Democrats,



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