Breitbart News has obtained a document that lays out the plans for the well-funded ‘social justice’ brown shirts who will be amassing at the New York Republican Gala at the Grand Hyatt in Manhattan, NY, to protest Donald Trump.
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The George Soros mouthpiece, Think Progress, proudly reports:
Inside the 4-star Grand Hyatt New York on Thursday evening, Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump is scheduled to speak at the New York state Republican Gala, a high-status, black tie fundraising dinner that costs $1,000 to attend.
Outside the hotel, thousands of people are scheduled to protest the event — with the explicit intention of shutting it down. The demonstration is free to the general public.
“Trump’s rhetoric is an instigation to racist, anti-migrant and misogynist violence,” said Kalisa Moore, part of the Stop Trump Coalition, in an emailed statement previewing the protest. “As a matter of self-defense and protection of New Yorkers, we intend to do what the city’s elected so-called leaders refuse to do — and shut down Trump from spreading his hateful message.”
Think Progress is funded by many of the same companies and organizations who provide financial backing for many of these rabid, left-wing AstroTurf movements – like ‘Occupy Wall Street’ and ‘Black Lives Matters’ – essentially their street level ‘stormtroopers.’ This is called ‘fascism.’
The Center for American Progress is a left-wing organization that is closely associated with the Obama administration. Its principal product is a web site called Think Progress. Think Progress is part of the internet cesspool that modern liberalism has become. Written by hack left-wing bloggers, it is bitterly hostile to free enterprise. It is a low-rent site that traffics in the most absurd smears and conspiracy theories. Many have wondered for some years who finances far-left web sites like Think Progress. As of today, we know at least part of the answer, as CAP released its corporate donor list for the first time.
CAP says that individuals and foundations account for more than 90% of its funding, and corporations only around 6%. It would be interesting to see the individual and foundation donor list; my guess is that left-wing foundations, most of which spend money left by dead conservatives, would loom large. But what corporations fund Think Progress’s anti-free enterprise propaganda? The full list is here; it includes:
* America’s Health Insurance Plans, or AHIP
* Apple Inc.
* Bank of America
* Blackstone, one of the largest multinational private equity firms
* Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
* The Coca-Cola Company
* Comcast NBCUniversal
* CVS Caremark Inc.
* Eli Lilly and Company
* Goldman Sachs
* Japan Bank for International Cooperation
* Microsoft Corporation
* Northrop Grumman, defense contractor
* Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the United States
* Time Warner Inc.
* Wells Fargo