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07-13-2016, 09:39 AM
Exposed: Who’s REALLY Behind Black Lives Matter


Funding to make black people even more repulsive. Set up about 6 months ago under the name of democratic alliance or DA.

The road to hell is paved with good intentions. We expect this stupidity, but why would legitimate business get involved with two of the world’s dirtiest men.

The traffic cops on the road to hell are, as usual, are Tom ‘climate hoax’ Steyer

as well as George Soros the Juden rat.

Black Lives Matter has made a name for itself by, some might say, fanning the flames of racial tension in the United States.
Questions remain about how the radical organizations that make up the Black Lives Matter movement are supported.
Now, though, key sources of support for the movement have been revealed.
The Washington Times exposed last January that leftist billionaire George Soros gave more than $30 million in seed money to Black Lives Matter affiliated groups.
ccording to Essence magazine, Google is also helping to fund the Black Lives Matter movement, giving $2.35 million in grants to activist organizations addressing the “racial injustices that have swept the nation.”
Now, Politico reports that “some of the biggest donors on the left plan to meet behind closed doors next week in Washington with leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement and their allies to discuss funding for the burgeoning protest movement.”
The major liberal donor group Democracy Alliance (DA) will be holding its annual meeting from Tuesday evening through Saturday morning in Washington, and meetings will be held to discuss funding the movement.
Wealthy donors including Tom Steyer and Paul Egerman are expected to attend the DA annual meeting.
The Los Angeles Times has reported that Steyer, a hedge fund billionaire, gave the most to political campaigns of any single person in the 2014 midterm elections, contributing a whopping $74 million–almost three times as much as the second biggest donor, Michael Bloomberg. Bloomberg gave $27.7 million.
The DA was started in 2005 by major liberal donors, including George Soros and Taco Bell heir Rob McKay, who hoped to build a permanent infrastructure to support leftist causes.