Following the confrontation regarding Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation by the committee, it has, quite alarmingly, since been revealed that at least one of the women who had bashed him helps run an organization funded by George Soros, a currency manipulator globalist and anti-Trump billionaire.
Specifically, the woman, who has since been identified as Ana Maria Archila, reportedly works as the co-executive director for the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) and it’s affiliate, the Center for Popular Democracy Action Fund.
Moreover, according to a 2014, document, the OSF was actually the third biggest funder of CPD.
For many, this basically means that the woman’s attack on Sen. Flake may have been politically motivated rather than one that was actually genuine.
With the identity of the woman who confronted Flake revealed and her ties to Soros known, countless would agree that her targeting of the senator was not terribly surprising since Soros is a well-known opponent of President Donald Trump and an outspoken critic of GOP lawmakers.
For example, earlier this year, the billionaire published an essay online titled, “Only The EU Can Break Facebook And Google’s Dominance.”
In the piece, he, quite absurdly, spoke out against President Trump and urged lawmakers in the European Union (EU) to start subjecting internet companies like Google and Facebook to more “stringent regulation.”
To justify what many would view as an utterly ridiculous request, Soros claimed that such companies supposedly have a negative impact on “competition, innovation, and fair and open access.”
Moreover, he argued that they also contribute to a lost “freedom of mind,” which, according to him, is something that will difficult to reclaim if it’s lost for good.
Soros is far from the only person who has openly bashed the president and his supporters.
Earlier this month, for instance, an unidentified AP biology teacher at McNeil High School in Texas was recently assigned to other duties outside of the classroom after being accused of harassing a student who was known to be a Trump supporter.
Apparently, the teacher would reportedly look at the student and ask questions like “hey, Trumpy, do you have an answer to this?” or “what do you think, Trumpy?”
At another point, she asked, she appeared to further mock his beliefs by asking, “now, you’re not going to fight me when we start talking about evolution, are you?”
A few days before that, California Governor Jerry Brown (D) claimed during an interview that “something” needs to happen to the president because he may potentially undermine the entire world, which many would agree is a completely ludicrous and reprehensible thing to say.
Several days prior to that, the Washington Post editorial board published an opinion piece suggesting that President Trump is supposedly “complicit” for the damage caused by natural disasters while he’s in office.
Basically, they claimed that he’s partly to blame for the destruction due to the fact that he has articulated some skepticism about certain details regarding climate change and has refused to support numerous burdensome regulations that have been promoted by leftists.
Before that, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) slammed President Trump while giving a speech at a speaking event in California hosted by the Stonewall Young Democrats.
During the speech, she appeared to also celebrate making Trump supporters feel threatened, which could have partly inspired Archila and the teacher in Texas to harass those with whom they disagree.
Prior to that, Rep. Alcee Hastings (D-FL), who was formerly impeached as a federal judge for perjuring himself and being corrupt, made a joke that it would be a “catastrophe” if someone rescued the president from drowning.
Even former president Barack Obama apparently lashed out at President Trump while giving a speech at an event in South Africa. Specifically, he criticized leaders who regularly make things up and basically suggested that this is what Trump does regularly. He also, quite absurdly, implied that Trump could potentially undo democracy.