The liberal New Fascist movement has been gaining ground in recent months, as leftists continue their violent tirades against President Trump.
What these progressive twerps have been doing is atrocious. Their vicious assault on the freedom of speech in Berkeley, California was seemingly just the tip of the iceberg, as a plethora of new anti-Trump “resistance” groups have sprung up in its wake.
What’s worse than a band of angry liberals hellbent on taking down the fairly elected leader of the free world? A government funded group of angry liberals who will stop at nothing to delegitimize and dethroned The Donald.
“Make the Road New York (MRNY), a New York City-based Latino immigrant group with 19,000 dues-paying members, has been actively involved with anti-Trump campaigns and is closely linked to an organization that is spearheading a new $80 million anti-Trump network that will span across 32 states.
“In addition to generous funding from liberal billionaire George Soros, MRNY has hauled in millions in government grants.
“From 2002 to 2007, MRNY recorded $1,372,440 in government grants on their Form 990s, an amount that averages $274,488 per year, with no grants in 2005. Government funding to the group sharply increased between 2008 and 2014, the last year a Form 990 is publicly available from the group.
“In 2008, MRNY’s taxpayer-funded grants rose above $1 million for the first time when the group pulled in $1,052,195 in grants. In 2009, the amount increased to $1,928,863. In 2010, MRNY was given $2,693,885. In 2011, the group pulled in $2,490,540. From 2012 to 2014, MRNY took in $10,996,247 in government grants.”
Unfortunately, the information provided at this time does not allow access to individuals donor information, leaving the rest of the nation in the dark as to why exactly these grants were allowed to be awarded to the radical group in the first place.
Many have recently developed a belief in the “deep state” political elite who are actively working to undermine the Trump administration. While there is a general belief that some form of this clandestine group exists outside the realm of conspiracy theorists, the general consensus was that this covert organization was likely two parts fairy tale, one part reality.
With this latest revelation regarding the government’s support for groups such as Make The Road New York coming to light, the “deep state” mythos just gained a bit of credibility, which should have President Trump readying himself for more opposition from within Washington as he continues to work toward his campaign’s stated goals.