George Soros is a HUGE funder to the CPD (Center for Popular Democracy), and provided them with $130k and $$1,164,500 in 2014/2015 respectively from the Foundation to Promote Open Society. Soros provided an additional $705,000 from the Open Society Policy Center in 2016.

It’s crazy how this isn’t more of a thing. That people aren’t getting outraged about.

And now a campaign known as “Corporate Backers of Hate” is targeting nine companies: JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Boeing, Disney, IBM, BlackRock, Uber, and Blackstone. With a money trail leading back to Soros.

Organizers say the targeted companies could benefit from Trump’s stricter immigration policies due to their ties to immigrant detention companies and private prisons.

As Written By Joe Schoffstall for the Free Beacon:

The groups leading a campaign targeting corporations that may benefit from Trump administration policies have received millions from liberal billionaire George Soros.

The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), a New York-based nonprofit consisting of old chapters of the controversial and now-defunct Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), and Make the Road New York (MRNY), a group whose 19,000 dues-paying members are primarily Latino immigrants, have partnered to “name and shame” companies the groups say are working with Trump or “profiting” from his “anti-immigrant, anti-worker” platform, Time magazine first reported.

The campaign, known as “Corporate Backers of Hate,” targets nine companies: JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, Boeing, Disney, IBM, BlackRock, Uber, and Blackstone.

Individuals from the groups researched the personal email address of every CEO and board member included in the list of targeted companies to allow activists to bypass lower channels and send emails directly to the top. Corporate responsibility experts told Time that the “mass lobbying” campaign is unprecedented and that they had never heard of these tactics being employed in the past.

Organizers say the targeted companies could benefit from Trump’s stricter immigration policies due to their ties to immigrant detention companies and private prisons.

Time‘s piece describes the Center for Popular Democracy and Make the Road New York as having “partnered” for the campaign. However, the groups’ leadership and flow of funds show that their connections go beyond a mere campaign partnership.

Andrew Friedman, a co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy, co-founded Make the Road New York in 1997. Friedman spent 15 years building up that organization before …….

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Soros-Funded Groups Behind Anti-Trump Corporate Targeting Campaign – Washington Free Beacon

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