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Soros Has Links to 56 'Partners' of the Women's March on Washington

Seriously, did you really think a half a million people just showed up in Washington, D.C., unbidden and, as several liberal media outlets described it, “spontaneously” decided to protest Donald Trump?

To the surprise of few, it turns out that billionaire George Soros either has funded or has close ties to 56 of these “non-partisan” organizations that are listed as “partners” for the march.

Asra Q. Nomani, who describes herself as a liberal feminist who voted for Donald Trump, spent a week poring over documents related to the march as well as going through the records of the Soros-funded Open Society Foundations. What she found was that the Clinton campaign has hardly ended — it is alive and well in organized protests funded by former Hillary Clinton donors.

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By my draft research, which I’m opening up for crowd-sourcing on GoogleDocs, Soros has funded, or has close relationships with, at least 56 of the march’s “partners,” including “key partners” Planned Parenthood, which opposes Trump’s anti-abortion policy, and the National Resource Defense Council, which opposes Trump’s environmental policies. The other Soros ties with “Women’s March” organizations include the partisan (which was fiercely pro-Clinton), the National Action Network (which has a former executive director lauded by Obama senior advisor Valerie Jarrett as “a leader of tomorrow” as a march co-chair and another official as “the head of logistics”). Other Soros grantees who are “partners” in the march are the American Civil Liberties Union, Center for Constitutional Rights, Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. March organizers and the organizations identified here haven’t yet returned queries for comment.

On the issues I care about as a Muslim, the “Women’s March,” unfortunately, has taken a stand on the side of partisan politics that has obfuscated the issues of Islamic extremism over the eight years of the Obama administration. “Women’s March” partners include the Council on American-Islamic Relations, which has not only deflected on issues of Islamic extremism post-9/11, but opposes Muslim reforms that would allow women to be prayer leaders and pray in the front of mosques, without wearing headscarves as symbols of chastity. Partners also include the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), which wrongly designated Maajid Nawaz, a Muslim reformer, an “anti-Muslim extremist” in a biased report released before the election. The SPLC confirmed to me that Soros funded its “anti-Muslim extremists” report targeting Nawaz. (Ironically, CAIR also opposes abortions, but its leader still has a key speaking role.)

Another Soros grantee and march “partner” is the Arab-American Association of New York, whose executive director, Linda Sarsour, is a march co-chair. When I co-wrote a piece, arguing that Muslim women don’t have to wear headscarves as a symbol of “modesty,” she attacked the coauthor and me as “fringe.”

The Open Society Foundations denies any involvement in funding the demonstration. In this, they probably speak the truth — as they understand it. But where did the money come from for all those buses, all the organizational costs that were borne by “partners” who almost certainly hadn’t budgeted for such expenditures? No doubt the funds were in the form of donations to the groups with no specific purpose mentioned. So Soros can keep his plausible deniability and the “partners” get the cash they need to pull off a monster protest.

Soros has his fingers in a lot of pies — especially those that destabilize and weaken the American government. Soros, a one-world fanatic, sees the U.S. as the biggest impediment to world government. To undermine an American Firster like Trump fits neatly into Soros’s ideology, so we have not seen the end of his meddling in American affairs.