The trial surrounding Supreme Court Justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh has been a horrendous ordeal for many to watch. With the abortion industry nervously considering what a pro-life Supreme Court Justice could mean for Roe v. Wade, it has appeared, according to most republicans, that the left, consisting of angry feminists, is willing to do whatever necessary in preventing Kavanaugh from being appointed.
While such efforts usually manifest in the form of democratic lies, there have also been significant financial contributions made to pro-abortion groups with the goal of attacking Kavanaugh. Unsurprisingly, over $246 million of such funding was revealed to have come from a likely source: Hungarian investor George Soros, revealing that not only is the left highly corrupt, as conservatives already know, but that pro-abortion liberals had a plan against Kavanaugh and the pro-life mission all along.
Countless pro-abortion groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union, the Center for Reproductive Rights, and Planned Parenthood joined the Women’s March protesting efforts in fighting for women’s reproductive ‘rights.’
A recently revealed report by the Media Research Center confirmed that so far Soros has donated a staggering $246,637,217, allocated to 100 of the 544 groups affiliated with the female protest “between 2000 and 2014.”
Unfortunately, this is unsurprising on behalf of Soros who has been known to support abortion efforts. Since 2000, the billionaire has contributed over $21.2 million to Planned Parenthood alone.
It was also confirmed that Soros has financial ties to Fusion GPS which was responsible for making claims that footage revealing Planned Parenthood affiliates harvesting fetal body parts had been edited and were untrue.
While democrats have claimed sexual assault allegations of republican candidates with suspicious timing, Soros’ corruption appears slightly more coordinated given that he has reportedly “been funding groups attacking Kavanaugh for months.”
In July, it was reported that he donated around $2.2 million to left-wing advocacy group, Demand Justice. The group, upon Brett Kavanaugh being nominated, pledged that it would allocate $5 million opposing him. Thanks to Soros, they were almost halfway to reaching such a goal.
Yet that is only a fraction of the outlandish funding Soros has thrown around.
The ACLU benefitted from $37 million thanks to him and has reportedly used the funding in numerous attempts to attack Christian values including Catholic hospitals.
Soros also donated a reported $32 million to Human Rights Watch which focuses on LGBT-related causes and defending Planned Parenthood.
Also having benefitted from Soros, the Center for American Progress received almost $12.2 million. A branch of the corrupt organization, ThinkProgress, has devoted much of its efforts towards turning the gay community against Christians, using the Orlando, Florida nightclub shooting as an example, while also promoting radical Islam.
Unsurprisingly, the liberal media has been notably silent about Soros’ contributions which helped Women’s March groups fight for the right to abortion.
Prior to the protest itself, networks such as “ABC, CBS, and NBC” gave the event significant coverage while avoiding the topic of Soros.
Yet feminists on behalf of Women’s March have not been shy in their disgusting attempts to shame Kavanaugh.
A spokesperson on behalf of the organization said that “We are organizing an impactful, non-arrest, direct action to make sure that the Senate knows that #WeBelieveChristine and demand that they #CancelKavanaugh and vote no on his confirmation.”
While the organizations gathering in protest claim to be pro-women, many have been vocal in expressing that such does not include all women, as seen in hostility toward Christian, conservative, and pro-life women and their values.
However, one of the most important aspects to consider surrounding the feminist effort is that demonstrations such as the Women’s March would have been significantly less successful had they lacked notable funding which was provided by Soros.
Given such, the feminist groups were arguably well-equipped with resources when Kavanaugh’s nomination was announced and they began fearing for abortion rights.
While anti-Kavanaugh feminists are standing behind Dr. Christine Ford and her all-too-convenient allegations of sexual assault, it is clear to those on the right what the scandal is actually about: preventing a pro-life judge from attempting to overturn Roe v. Wade.
The left continues to argue that this is not the case and that they are simply concerned with the possibility of a sexual predator having such power over abortion legality.
Any attempt to argue otherwise can be immediately shut down in considering Soros’ donations directly tied to abortion-related groups.
One does not invest over $200 million in a cause which he does not support. Considering that Kavanaugh is arguably one of the most notable pro-life advocates in the current media spotlight, it is no less devastating but still unsurprising that abortion advocates would use their Soros acquired funding in an attempt to slander Kavanaugh’s reputation.