First let me give you a little background on Democracy Alliance.
Democracy Alliance is a highly secretive dark money group backed by George Soros and other mega-donors who funnel massive amounts of money to left-wing groups and support high-profile political and policy efforts.
The Democracy Alliance connects major Democratic donors with powerful and influential liberal activist groups around the country. Previous beneficiaries have included the Center for American Progress and Media Matters for America.
DA is highly secretive in ALL its operations, donors it solicits and organizations to which it directs their financial support are strictly prohibited from speaking publicly about its operations.
Click on the image to enlarge the 2017 Resistance Map
Sounds like great group doesn’t it?
Now you get an idea of why I have serious concern over the convention, the agenda and the future plans of DA and it’s partners.
Now, back to the agenda…
The Beyond Resistance: Reclaiming Our Progressive Future Fall Investment Conference was held this week, November 15-18, 2017 in California.
Considering the conference agenda opens up with – PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES that are fairly strict and straightforward about not sharing Partners' names or details of the conference with the press nor share on social media and to refrain from leaving conference materials out where others may find them, it seems this is pretty serious stuff.
I read through the entire booklet and get a strong sense that Soros and his minions are organizing in a big way for 2018 and 2020.
No doubt the upcoming elections are extremely critical if there's any hope of continuing the effort to “Make America Great Again” and to keep it that way.
Download or read and download it here. If it somehow disappears and you'd like a copy, let me know. I pulled a copy just in case.
Two sessions I find most interesting and disturbing are detailed below. I've made note of the names involved and will be following them closely over the next few years.
Social Networks and Politics: Dangerous Liaisons?
How can we harness social networks and social media to drive progressive change and win elections? Beyond fake news and filter bubbles, this discussion will explore the power and the limitations of social networks, and introduce tools and organizations identified and supported by New Media Ventures that are doing cutting-edge work in the realm. This discussion will include Amplify Co-Founder and DA Partner David Slifka, Pantsuit Nation Chief Operating Officer Cat Plein and VoterCircle Chief Executive Officer Sangeeth Peruri, and will be moderated by New Media Ventures Principal Julie Menter.
Not Just About Cakes – Religious Exemptions Take Aim at Civil Rights
Movement Advancement Project Executive Director Ineke Mushovic will explain why the myriad religious exemption laws that are being pushed forward nationwide are not about cakes – they are a coordinated effort to promote a singular religious viewpoint, take aim at civil rights and access health care, and create a license to discriminate against and harm others.
We are in for a bumpy ride folks, hold on to your seats. The new alt-left will try any type of trickery to secure votes. They know they can’t win by running an honest, reputable campaign on any level so they will do everything they can to reach people through empathy, sympathy and fear. If anything seems overly sensational coming from the left, it probably is.