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Staff of Indivisible
Activists across the United States are protesting just about anything Republican these days, as they refuse to accept Donald Trump as President. Some of these events,specifically town halls, are ambushed by those that are more agitated and disgruntled, loudly voicing their dissatisfaction no matter what is being said.
Pratik Dash seemed like a nice young man as he stood to ask Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn a question on religious tests. Dash was taking part in a town hall the Congresswoman was participating in, in Fairview TN.
Like so many others present at the town hall, Dash had his own agenda, which in his case are refugees. What Dash didn’t mention is he is the campaign organizer for the Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition (TIRRC), a group known for its radical left philosophies, like open boarders, free tuition for illegals, and no id’s for voting.
TIRRC just happens to be one of many Nashville coalitions determined to fundamentally change it demographics to fit its idea of a perfect world. It also requires money to do so, which would explain why Communist billionaire George Soros granted TIRRC $25,000 a year from 2012-2016, from his Proteus Fund. (to read full report click on year)
It’s all very befitting that TIRRC would accept grants from a Communist/Socialist affiliated group, since they were one of the first in Nashville to join the Indivisible movement. Also it’s beseeming that TIRRC’s office is housed in Casa Afrazan,whose developer is Conexion Americas, lead by Renata Soto. Ms. Soto has a leadership role in La Raza, the socialist advocate group whose name alone tells its agenda. La Raza meaning racial pride and superiority.
Indivisible’s leaders claim to be former congressional aides under the Obama administration, and watched how groups like the Tea Party fought Obama’s every move, thereby justifying their goal to disrupt and dismantle the Trump administration. In addition to saying how racist America was to Obama, they also claim they do not receive a dime towards their efforts to destroy Trump.
“Every single person who worked on this guide and website is a volunteer. We’re doing this in our free time without coordination or support from our employers”.
Well not quite true. Each board member has ties to one of Soros’ Open Society Foundation. Follow along.
According to the Daily Signal,
Ezra Levin, and his wife, Leah Greenberg, are the president and vice president of the Indivisible Guide’s board.
Levin is also associate director of the Corporation for Enterprise Development, an anti-poverty nonprofit. Melissa Bradley, who sits on that group’s board, previously worked for Green for All, a group founded by liberal commentator and former Obama administration official Van Jones. She was appointed as a Soros Justice Fellow through the Open Society Foundations, which Soros founded.
Greenberg previously worked for Humanity United, which is funded by Soros’ Open Society Institute.
The secretary of Indivisible Guide, Angel Padilla, works for the National Immigration Law Center, which is funded by Soros through his Open Society Foundations. And treasurer Matt Traidi is the research team director for the Service Employees International Union, a major donor to and endorser of Democrat politicians, Capital Research Center notes.