“Day Without A Woman” Supporters Got Millions From Soros

posted on March 10, 2017

First, there was the “Women’s March on Washington” in January. Created under the guise of “the protection of our rights, our safety, our health and our families,” it was actually a large-scale protest against newly inaugurated President Donald Trump. 

On Wednesday, International Women’s Day, the same groups responsible for the January protest, held a new series of demonstrations—“A Day Without a Woman”—in the “same spirit of love” as the march. Women were encouraged to skip work, and there were dozens of protests across the United States. 

Now it has been confirmed that one of the individuals standing firmly behind these efforts and lending a (very rich) supporting hand was none other than gun control kingpin George Soros. Media Research Center reports that, between 2000 and 2014, the billionaire liberal pumped nearly a quarter of a billion dollars into the efforts of 100 of the march partners. Soros himself has gone on the record to bash Trump—calling him a “would-be dictator” in one interview—while spending hundreds of millions of dollars toward a backdoor plan to try to unseat a duly elected president.

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