That’s right (I’ll bet you’re shocked)! Harassment of Senator Sinema isn’t a spontaneous outpouring by her constituents. At least one of them lives thousands of miles away in Maryland and is a known activist. Daniel Greenfield reports.
Old, rich leftist men like harassing women in the bathroom.
When leftist activists followed Sen. Kyrsten Sinema into a bathroom filming themselves harassing the moderate Democrat, they falsely claimed they were her “constituents”.
One of the women is actually a DSA activist who lives over 2,000 miles away in Montgomery County, Maryland, one of the wealthiest counties in America.
The bathroom harassment of Sinema was intended to intimidate her into supporting the huge $3.5 trillion leftist crony spending plan that would also deprive many Americans of their civil rights through everything from car tracking to IRS surveillance for transactions over $600.
The LUCHA activists have positioned themselves as outraged grass-roots members who had no choice but to resort to these tactics to cope with the power of a United States Senator.
But LUCHA is actually part of a vast influence operation backed by some of the wealthiest and most powerful men and organizations in the country. LUCHA, which stands for Living United for Change in Arizona, is part of a network of groups under the umbrella of One Arizona. Newsweek described LUCHA, a community organizer and voter registration group, as part of the One Arizona table. The Arizona Center for Empowerment (ACE) is LUCHA’s sister group.
Seed funding for One Arizona was provided by the Four Freedoms Fund.
The triple-F coalition was a partnership between some of the wealthiest and most powerful organizations in this country, including George Soros’ Open Society octopus, the Ford Foundation, Carnegie, and the Knight Foundation.
The foundations behind FFF have a total net worth of over $40 billion. . .
One Arizona isn’t a movement born from struggle, but from finance capital. The “people” are folks like George Soros who boasted of playing god and declared that when, “you speculate in the financial markets, you are free of most of the moral concerns that confront an ordinary businessman.” The diversity encompasses old white men from Hungary and Hawaii, massive funds with billions in assets based out of New York City. London, and Germany.
That’s the force that showed up to yell, “build back better” in an Arizona bathroom.
If Biden’s $3.5 trillion program to fund $250,000 electric car chargers for Tesla owners and to spy on everyone else really is about social justice, why are some of the richest men backing it?
And why do they have to disguise their network so that you have to trace back the money and personnel through a multiplicity of organizations to find out who’s really behind it all?
It’s one of those questions that answers itself.