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Flake Elevator Protester Admits Working For Soros-Funded Organization (Video).

We’ve seen quite the group of protesters during Brett Kavanaugh’s drawn out hearings to be confirmed to the Supreme Court.

One of the elevator protesters who trapped Jeff Flake was caught on video admitting to working for a Soros-funded organization. The professionally made, identical signs were a dead giveaway that these are hired on protesters, nothing grassroots about it.

Donald Trump called them out for who they really are on Twitter.

The trapping of Flake inside of an elevator at Brett Kavanaugh’s hearing is a prime example of the organized efforts by a billionaire who’s bent on controlling the politics in America.

Ana Maria Archila, one of the sexually abused women who confronted Flake in the elevator was on MSNBC giving an interview where she confirmed that Trump’s tweet wasn’t far from the truth at all.

Archila confirmed that she was an executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), a Soros-funded organization:

“Are you a paid professional?” MSNBC anchor Hallie Jackson asked Archila.

“I work for a community organization, I work for a network of community organizations,” Archila said, adding that it is her “job” to organize people into action.

“If the president wants to know whether I work for a social justice organization, the answer is yes. And I’ve worked for a social justice organization since I was 23. That’s not news,” she asserted.

Follow the money, the liberal agenda always leads back to George Soros.

These aren’t grassroots groups, these are billionaire funded groups who are taught where to go, what to say and given pre-printed signs to take with them.

Enough with the roadblocks from Soros to stop Trump and his work to make America great again.

It’s a huge accomplishment to have Kavanaugh confirmed to the Supreme Court after the effort the left put in to stop him.

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