And again Soros has his fingers in the election, trying desperately to manipulate the outcome. This time he’s funding a sham PAC with unidentifiable veterans as the front for the organization.
Breitbart reported this:
The veterans group that is trying to force swing-state Republican lawmakers to “disavow” Donald Trump is actually being propped up by the George Soros-funded pro-Democrat advocacy group MoveOn.org.
Common Defense PAC has a simple mission statement: “As veterans, we swore to protect the rights of every American. We continue to fulfill this promise by standing against Donald Trump.” Its “leadership team” page on its website lists sixteen military veterans with no contact information for them.
On its Facebook page, the PAC features a video from a different super PAC in which a mainstream reporter asks Nevada congressman Joe Heck if he trusts Trump having the nuclear codes.
And what Soros funded/organized movement would be complete without a MoveOn.org petition?
“Watch this. Share it. Then sign the petition to tell Congressman Heck to disavow Donald Trump,” says Common Defense PAC, with the link to the petition: fornevadasfuture.com/heck.
But the petition is actually a MoveOn.org petition called “Joe Heck: Disavow Donald Trump.”
MoveOn.org is a George Soros-backed organization that supported Bernie Sanders but now appears to have flipped in a bid to take down Clinton’s Republican rival.
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Common Defense PAC shared one of its own anti-Trump video ads, which has a Common Defense PAC logo on it at the end, right underneath a URL link to a MoveOn.org petition called “Senator Portman: Disavow Donald Trump.”
Wouldn’t it be funny, … if Trump wins the election, … despite all of Soros’ money and sabotage efforts.
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