Parkland school shooting activist David Hogg is now openly supporting a George Soros group whose aim is to crash the town halls of Republican members of Congress, to advance a gun control agenda.
The Town Hall Project’s connection to George Soros and the Democratic party was made clear by Newsmax last year, as the group encouraged Democrats to crash Republican town halls to make it appear as if America was not supportive of President Donald Trump and the Republican agenda.
Hogg’s is supporting The Town Hall Project, which is organizing protests in Republican congressional districts, in an effort to sabotage town halls and inject gun control talking points into the political narrative.
This weekend, Hogg retweeted a Town Hall Project tweet, announcing plans for gun control advocates to organize against Republican town halls.
Here is a screenshot of the retweet by David Hogg.
A group that’s taking a stand against Republicans holding town hall meetings with their constituents was founded by a former Hillary Clinton staffer and has ties to liberal billionaire George Soros.
The Town Hall Project was started by Jimmy Dahman, who worked as field organizer in Iowa for Clinton during her failed presidential bid. According to The Washington Free Beacon, the company that owns the group — The Action Network — is in the same Washington, D.C. building as a Soros-funded organization.
There’s also a a labor organizing group at the address, the website reports.
The Town Hall Project is doing the work of many other George Soros organizations – undermining the Republican party to get more Democrats elected to Congress. The organization is led by a number of Soros Democrats.
Republican lawmakers have faced hostile crowds at town halls nationwide in recent weeks. Rep. Jason Chaffetz said recently he believed paid protesters were at one of his events.
“You could see it online a couple days before, a concerted effort in part to just cause chaos,” Chaffetz said. “Democrats are in disbelief that they have nothing but flailing and screaming to deal with this.”
According to the Free Beacon, The Action Network’s staff includes former Service Employees International Union (SEIU) executive Mark Fleischman; Brian Young, a former campaign staffer for Howard Dean and John Kerry; Jeffrey Dugas, who has worked for John Podesta and Sen. Elizabeth Warren; and former SEIU employee Rich Clayton, a veteran of the labor group Change to Win.