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NEW YORK (Aaron Klein) — Demand Justice, an organization founded by former members of Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign and associated with a "social welfare organization" financed by billionaire activist George Soros, has played a central role in leading activism against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh based on a quickly deteriorating claim in a controversial New York Times article.
Demand Justice is fiscally sponsored by a nonprofit arm of the secretive, massively funded Arabella Advisors strategy company that pushes the interests of wealthy leftist donors. Arabella specializes in sponsoring countless dark money pop-up organizations designed to look like grassroots activist groups, as exposed in a recent extensive report by conservative watchdog Capital Research Center.
Within hours of the release of the questionable Times article, Demand Justice not only launched a social media campaign but used the piece to push their October 6 event to "protest this corrupt Supreme Court and demand an investigation of Kavanaugh."
Join us, @womensmarch, @CPDAction and dozens other groups on October 6 to protest this corrupt Supreme Court and demand an investigation of Kavanaugh. Learn more at https://t.co/P5Xkf6NuGZhttps://t.co/WbELZvheep— Demand Justice (@WeDemandJustice) September 14, 2019
The event is being organized with the radical Soros-funded Women's March and CPD Action, whose sister group, Center for Popular Democracy, is also funded by Soros.
Within less than 24 hours, Demand Justice used the Times piece to further promote their rally and renew the event's aim "to #ImpeachKavanaugh."
Together with the Women's March and CPD Action, Demand Justice went on a public relations offensive against Kavanaugh utilizing the latest accusation storyline to comment in the news media.
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