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Far Left Thugs Raise $80 Million To Coordinate Summer Riots

Last year we explained how the Far Left coordinated the summer riots that were intended to disrupt then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign and, if possible, the 2016 presidential election.

You can access last year’s six-part series “The Summer Revolution” through this link.

However, if you think the riots in Charlotte, North Carolina and Milwaukee, Wisconsin and the attacks on Trump Milwaukee riotssupporters in California and Chicago and the bombing of Trump campaign headquarters in various places were an election year phenomenon the Far Left has a rude awakening planned for you.

According to CNN’s Gregory Krieg, the Center for Popular Democracy Action will unveil a new $80 million effort to coordinate the work of dozens of smaller Far Left groups from around the country.

The new initiative of these Far Left activist organizations is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit political organization, that is not required to disclose its donors. It arrives as part of a broader effort by the Far Left to channel anger at the Trump administration into a lasting power base, with the ability to influence policy debates within the Democratic Party, while boosting candidates on the local, state and federal levels.

Krieg says the growing network spans 32 states, with 48 local partners, as part of concentrated effort to mobilize new voters -- pushing back on voter ID laws and partisan gerrymandering efforts while pumping up campaigns for automatic voter registration programs -- ahead of the 2018 midterms and 2020 general election. Organizers say they are also targeting six state legislatures they believe are ripe to flip to Democratic control.

Affiliated groups "know how to win on the local level, now they want to turn that attention to building these campaigns on the national level," CPD Action Network President and co-Executive Director Jennifer Epps-Addison told CNN.

"The past four months has seen an unprecedented wave of activism and grassroots energy, but only with a long-term investment in organizing can we turn this moment into a movement," Democratic National Committee chair Tom Perez told CNN in a statement. "I am excited that CPD Action is mobilizing their national network toward building political influence from the ground up."

But if last year is any indication, “boosting candidates” and winning elections as Democratic Party precinct committeeman is about the last thing on the minds CPD Action’s leaders.

While they often cloak their plans in calls for action on “voting rights,” as our friend J. Christian Adams recounted in his book, Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department:

Obama made his way from the chapel to a huge crowd waiting outside. Obama and other notables, including Hillary Clinton and Al Sharpton, addressed the crowd from a portable podium at the top of the chapel’s entryway stairs.

The speakers were all people one would expect to hear at this kind of high-profile event, with one exception: New Black Panther Party chief Malik Zulu Shabazz, a future defendant in a DOJ voter intimidation lawsuit. He was flanked at the podium by several Panthers in full Panther battle regalia—black fatigues, beret, insignia, and boots.

One of them was Panther “Field Marshal” Najee Muhammad, who is seen in a Panther video called “Training Day” in which he encourages blacks in DeKalb County, Georgia, to don ski masks, lie in wait behind shrubs, and kill police officers with AK-47s. Following that exhortation he mocks the hypothetical victims’ grieving widows. 

You can’t watch “Training Day” and come away with any other conclusion than it is a New Black Panther call for a revolution, beginning with a war on America’s police forces. 

And that war is coming to a Red State suburb near you.

"It's no longer enough to be in California and be satisfied by having a progressive city council or to be in New York and to able to pass things like paid sick days," Epps-Addison told CNN’s Krieg. "Being located in a progressive city or progressive state is no longer enough to protect our families. ... We need to mobilize, unite and defend sanctuary cities and policies that protect immigrant communities and local power."

In other words, what Ms. Epps-Addison wants to do is make sure the riots spread to Red States and Republican controlled communities.

Indeed, that’s exactly what Sherelle Smith, called for in a video suppressed by CNN and other establishment networks.

Ms. Smith, the sister of Sylville Smith, the armed thug whose death at the hands of an African-American police officer gave the Milwaukee rioters their excuse, was caught on video saying:

“Burnin down shit ain’t going to help nothin! Y’all burnin’ down shit we need in our community. Take that shit to the suburbs. Burn that shit down! We need our shit!  We need our weaves. I don’t wear it. But we need it.”

And if you think that CPD Action is an independent “grassroots” effort, that is also a Leftwing media fabrication.

Last year, we explained and documented how a web of Far Left organizations, funded in large measure by billionaire convicted currency manipulator and Nazi collaborator George Soros, and encouraged, and to some extent coordinated by the Democratic Party, planned the revolutionary disruptions of American civil order to influence the outcome of 2016 presidential election that occurred last summer.

Evidence that CPD Action is merely the violent arm of the Democratic Party?

In an email, Rep. Keith Ellison, DNC Co-Chairman, touted the new CDP Action network as another step toward solidifying grassroots opposition to the Trump administration agenda.

"This national network, led by working class people of color and immigrants, will supply the power and the fight we need to resist the Trump administration's all-out assault on American values," he said. "I look forward to standing with CPD Action's leaders in the streets and in Congress to win real progressive change."

And taking to the streets is something Ellison knows all about.

Ellison, who has gone by the names Keith Hakim, Keith Muhammad and Keith Ellison-Muhammed has long-defended violent, fringe elements of the Far Left.

According to CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski he appeared at a fundraiser in 2000 for domestic terrorist Sara Jane Olson, a member of the self-styled revolutionary group the Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA), which is best known for kidnapping heiress Patricia Hearst.

Olson was apprehended in 1999 in relation to the 1975 attempted bombings of two police cars and the slaying of Myrna Opsah during a bank robbery.

At the event, Ellison told the Pioneer Press he believed the prosecution of Olson was political. In his speech, Ellison noted he didn't know much about the SLA and he thought Olson was being prosecuted in the court of public opinion because of some of her political beliefs.

Ellison also spoke favorably of convicted cop killer Assata Shakur and expressed his opposition to any attempt to extradite her to the United States from Cuba, where she had fled after escaping prison.

The $80 million increase in resources raised by CPD Action will centralize the decision-making process among these Far Left organizations. Organizers say a board of directors, comprising executive directors and member leaders from CPD Action's partners, will prioritize how and where the new resources are directed.

And while they will claim this is all 501(c)(4) nonprofit political activity, the money that funds both the violent front and the pre-violent front in the Left’s war on America comes from exactly the same sources.

It should surprise no one that CPD Action's partners, the AFL-CIO, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and others, are the same people and fronts that funded the Occupy movement, Black Lives Matter and the other violent Leftists who were behind last summer’s riots.

So, make no mistake about how this is going to work.

While Far Left activists like Rep. Keith Ellison and Jennifer Epps-Addison make the ideological and political case in the guise of peaceful protest, the shock troops from Black Lives Matter and the Occupy movement will be in the streets fighting with the police just as they did last summer when they tried to violently influence the outcome of the presidential election.

The only way to stop this revolution is for Republicans and conservatives to stand together strongly and immediately for law and order and to demand that the Trump administration act decisively in the face of the provocations we can be certain are coming.

George Rasley, editor of ConservativeHQ, is a veteran of over 300 political campaigns, including every Republican presidential campaign from 1976 to 2008. He served as lead advance representative for Governor Sarah Palin in 2008 and has served as a staff member, consultant or advance representative for some of America's most recognized conservative Republican political figures, including President Ronald Reagan and Jack Kemp. He served in policy and communications positions on the House and Senate staff, and during the George H.W. Bush administration he served on the White House staff of Vice President Dan Quayle.

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Our legislators should do

Our legislators should do their job and pass legislation to make every entity supporting, funding, coordinating ... or participating in any demonstration (riot gathering...) individually and collectively responsible for all costs, losses, injuries, damages ... and arrests.
The above "sponsors" shall be arrested if any claims are filed.
All individuals arrested shall remain incarcerated (regardless of bail) until all claims have been satisfied.