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With George Soros being apparently only too happy to pick up the tab, it was a string of the usual suspects of local radical leftists that were instrumental in organizing the anti-Trump rally protest in Chicago on Friday.  You see, the left is never willing to debate the issues with those whose positions they disagree.  As we have witnessed coming from Barry any number of times over the course of the last 7+ years, it’s his way or the highway, end of discussion.  So it was then that the like-minded players involved in trying to silence Trump would seem to include:

Chicago ANSWER:  ANSWER (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism) Chicago is the Chicago franchise of an international network started in the wake of 9/11 and among the first to protest against a response in Afghanistan; since then the group is involved in most of the radical left’s favorite causes: anti-capitalist, pro-union, open borders, anti-war, anti-police causes. The day after the Trump rally the group was holding a forum entitled “Taking Action to Support Palestine.”

“We will have a report back from the People’s victory against Trump last night,” according to John Beacham, a coordinator with the organization, in a message on the Facebook page promoting the event.  The group advertised the anti-Trump protest about a day in advance on their website calling for a “Mass Protest to Stop Donald Trump”.

“Stand with All Immigrants, Muslims and People of Color! Shut Down White Supremacy!  Spread the word. Organize everyone you can and get them to this very important protest. Everywhere Trump goes he and his racist mob must be shut down by the people!” the group said on the page.

Illinois Coalition of Immigrant and Refugee Rights (ICRR):  This radical leftist group, specializing in immigration, is a more extreme version of the far left version of National Council on La Raza in Illinois.

The group was featured in an article profiling some of the groups intending to protest Trump’s rally in the left-wing website, Progress Illinois on March 8 entitled “New Americans Hit The Polls In Chicago As Immigrant Advocates Gear Up For Anti-Trump Protest.”

“There’s a lot of really hateful rhetoric with respect to immigrants being voiced by candidates out there, “ICIRR’s Senior Policy Counsel Fred Tsao said in that article. “We want to show that immigrants are patriotic, contributing and eager to participate in the political process and to integrate into society.”

This group was not only instrumental in creating the most radical local immigration ordinance but also championed the case which inspired the DREAM Act.

In 2011, Cook County became the first locality to stop cooperating with the federal government on detainers; detainers became controversial among leftist groups when their use skyrocketed under the now discarded Secure Communities program.

Detainers are holds that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) places on state prisoners who they think also violated immigration law and the hold normally gives the federal government up to two extra days to get any prisoner who would otherwise be released.

Denny McCann was killed in June 2011 when an illegal immigrant driving about three times the speed limit didn’t stop and dragged him about two hundred feet when Denny was crossing the street. The illegal, Saul Chavez, was released from prison in November 2011, rather than be held for ICE, after this ordinance passed, and has escaped and is now presumed to be in Mexico: the most high profile of numerous cases of murderers, rapists, and gang members all let free rather than deported as a result of that policy.  ICIRR led a coalition of groups which helped to pass and to tamp down the resulting controversy.

ICIRR also championed the case of Rigo Padilla, an illegal immigrant who was to be deported from an incident which started in a traffic stop. That case sparked Illinois Democrat Senator ‘Little Dick’ Durbin to call for the original iteration of the DREAM Act, now known as the Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals (DACA) after he became a Padilla supporter shortly after his case received media attention in 2009.  ICIRR offers so-called DREAMer loans, home loans to DACA recipients.

La Raza Chicago: The Chicago branch of the notoriously radical pro-illegal immigration group had people on site and detailing the events in a post on its site.

“Donald Trump canceled its event Friday night at the University of Illinois at Chicago, for safety reasons, including the thousands of protesters who gathered inside and outside the venue,” read an English translation of the post, “protesting his presence, which has already caused confrontations with supporters of Trump and the authorities.”

So as the growing chorus of voices, from both sides, continues to to blame Trump for what’s being described as the increasing level of “violence” at his rallies, I would disagree that very much of the blame rests with him.  And again, I would argue, and not so much as a supporter of Trump but simply as an advocate for free speech, that if the same were occurring at Cruz rallies or Kasich rallies, you wouldn’t now be hearing from Trump that the blame for such activity should rest with either of the candidates but, instead, with those trying to do nothing more than to silence them.


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Much has been said by those on the left, more recently during the last two election cycles, about the supposed evil Charles and David Koch pose to this country.  But rarely, if ever, do we hear from those very same voices anything about the dangers we face from the infamous George Soros or the threat he and his billions represent to America.   But it’s not only America that this insidious billionaire seems to have his sights set on.   You see the sinister billionaire recently confirmed that he would like nothing better than to bring down Europe’s borders.  Soros made his desire public after an accusation made just last week by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.   It was then that Prime Minister Orban accused Soros, who was born in Hungary, of deliberately encouraging the migrant crisis.

Orban said, “This invasion is driven, on the one hand, by people smugglers, and on the other by those (human rights) activists who support everything that weakens the nation-state.”  And he then went on to say, “This Western mindset and this activist network is perhaps best represented by George Soros.”  Soros has since issued an email statement to Bloomberg Business, claiming his foundations help “uphold European values”, while Mr. Oban’s actions in strengthening the Hungarian border and stopping a huge migrant influx “undermine those values.  Soros said of Mr. Oban, “His plan treats the protection of national borders as the objective and the refugees as an obstacle.”  And he went on to say, “Our plan treats the protection of refugees as the objective and national borders as the obstacle.”

And it was last month that Prime Minister Orban also accused pro-immigration non-governmental organizations (NGOs) of “drawing a living from the immigration crisis,” singling out those funded by Soros.  Soros has long been a firm backer of transnational bodies such as the European Union, and his Open Society Foundation (OSF) provides much assistance for pro-migration activists.  He is well-known for his rather enthusiastic support of many so-called “progressive” causes such as the Center for American Progress as well as Hitlery Clinton and Barry “Almighty”.   Soros is man, thanks to his billions, who has been able to insert himself into the workings of the governments of several countries, and therefore has his tentacles into areas where he very obviously has no business being.

Soros’ OSF website explains: “We believe that migration and asylum policy should be grounded in economic and demographic realities, not driven by temporary political considerations or popular misconceptions.”  This wonderful little website goes onto say, “In Europe, many of our civil society partners are raising their voices demanding a common European approach in line with international human rights commitments.”  The website talks about such things as ‘temporary political considerations and popular misconceptions’ as a way to trivialize, or to perhaps imply that, such things as elections and the values held by a society should be made to take the back seat to the creation of a new world, one without borders.  And to rule over this new borderless world one singular ‘government.’

But it was Orban who took an opposing viewpoint, saying in an interview last month that immigration and multiculturalism are endangering Europe’s “Christian roots” and creating “parallel societies”.   Europeans, he said, should “stick to our Christian values” and “Europe can be saved,” but only if they “take seriously the traditions, the Christian roots and all the values that are the basis of the civilization of Europe.”  And the Prime Minister was absolutely spot on in what he said.  I think one could safely argue that what the Prime Minister argued in favor of is the complete antithesis of this new world order being advocated by our rather insidious leftwing billionaire.  But unfortunately the Prime Minister may find himself outnumbered by those who are happy to take Soros’ side in exchange for ‘contributions.’


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I’m sure most will remember all of the talk, even from the floor of the U.S. Senate, about the evil Koch brothers during the lead up to the 2014 midterm elections.  But during that time the very same ones who were busy preaching the evils of these two men, were strangely silent when it came to the billionaires on the left.  And you know who I’m talking about, men like George Soros, Tom Steyer and Mike Bloomberg to name but a few.  There was silence, you see, because these men are the financiers of the Democrats’ war on America.

Which brings me to Democrat Sugar-Daddy, George Soros.  According to news reports Soros has agreed to spend upwards of $5 Million on Democrat court battles against voting laws passed in recent years by Republican-controlled state governments.  It was in describing these legal battles that Soros said, “We hope to see these unfair laws, which often disproportionately affect the most vulnerable in our society, repealed.”  And he would go on to describe himself as being “proud” of his involvement in this matter.

Soros political adviser, some guy named Michael Vachon, said the billionaire has given $1 million so far this year to the liberal ‘research’ super PAC American Bridge.  Backers of Democrat presidential candidate Hitlery Clinton, who has made these types of voting laws a cornerstone of her campaign, have been pushing Soros to commit millions of dollars to her super PAC.  Soros has not done so thus far.  The lawsuits against the states are being led by attorney Marc Elias, who is Hitlery’s campaign general counsel.

Most, I’m sure are well aware that this is far from being the infamous Mr. Soros’ first involvement in issues such as this.  His first major push into American politics included the America Coming Together voter-mobilization drive back in 2004, in what was his all out effort to defeat President George W. Bush. The lawsuits include attacks on voter ID requirements, time restrictions on early voting that make it difficult to cast ballots on the weekend before Election Day, and rules nullifying ballots that are cast in wrong precincts.

It has been reported that Soros was in contact with Elias back in January 2014, while the attorney was then exploring federal lawsuits before the midterms and before the 2016 cycle.  Elias himself refused comment this past Friday regarding the funding behind these lawsuits. So it should come as no surprise to find out that as part of Soros’ effort to destroy this country, we find him supporting lawsuits filed in Ohio and Wisconsin last month, and is helping finance a case Elias and other groups filed in North Carolina last year.

Hitlery and the Democrats have done, and continue to do, their best to advance the argument that these voting laws affect poor, minority, and young voters unfairly. Republicans on the other hand say, and rightly so, that the new laws, enacted since 2010, serve as protection against what has become the growing problem of election fraud.   Further, Republican opponents point out that the lawsuits, also expected in Georgia, Nevada, and Virginia, are politically motivated, filed only to attract minority voters to support Democrats.

Vachon, though, said it is “disingenuous” for Republicans to say the laws prevent voter fraud, which he claims is “nearly nonexistent,” but instead, they are “meant to give Republicans a political advantage on Election Day.”  But on the contrary, the purpose behind these laws is really two-fold.  It is to make it so that only those who are entitled to vote, get to vote, and by doing so to creating a level playing field for both parties by preventing the dozens of examples of Democrat voter fraud that we hear about after every single major election.

It was in a speech in Houston this past week that we heard Hitlery attack many of her potential Republican opponents for the presidency by name, including Chris Christie and Scott Walker, who fired back.  Christie responded by telling The Record of Elmwood Park, New Jersey, “Secretary Clinton doesn’t know the first thing about voting rights in New Jersey or in the other states that she attacked.”  And he went on to say, “My sense is she just wants an opportunity to commit greater acts of voter fraud around the country.”

And it was Walker who commented that it’s Hitlery’s push against laws that make it “easier to vote and harder to cheat” defies logic and most Americans’ wishes. Vachon said in an interview with the New York Times that Elias first approached him last year about a lawsuit against a North Carolina law that says student identification cards are not acceptable to use as a photo ID for voting, and which ended a program allowing teenagers to fill out a form that automatically registered them to vote on their 18th birthday.

With all this talk of lawsuits, I think it would be important to take note of a new poll by Rasmussen Reports.  It’s a poll which finds that a strong majority of Americans favor a requirement for voters to show a photo ID before being allowed to vote.  Following several years of similar results, the June poll finds that Americans overwhelmingly support Voter ID laws.  Rasmussen found that 76% of respondents favor voter ID laws and even a majority of Democrats, 58%, agree that voter ID is a good idea.

So it would appear that Democrats like Hitlery, and they’re big money backers like Soros, don’t’ really care that a majority of Americans are of the opinion that one should have to prove who one says one is when showing up to vote.  So you have to ask yourself, why is it, exactly, that the Democrat Party opposes such an idea?  And why is it that someone like George Soros would be willing to spend $5 Million in an effort to prevent such an idea from becoming a reality?  I think we all know the answer to that.