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.
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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