Unlike the usual suspects, The New Nationalist (TNN) strives to provide real news. Accordingly, we will — whenever possible — engage in open-source investigative journalism. We wanted to find out about Soros’ connection to the #NotMyPresident “protestors” and, sure enough, the connection reveals itself after a little sleuthing. Soros’ Open Society Foundation website provides evidence of funded social-action groups:
Washington Community Action Network [Washington CAN], Seattle, WA, $50,000, to expand its membership and donor base (currently at 35,000 members) through the targeted development of small business leaders and to increase membership retention through the use of enhanced technology, including web-based predictive dialer phone capacity.
Here is CAN’s recent ad on Craigslist Seattle. Washington CAN is paying $15 to $22 an hour and benefits. This isn’t grassroots-level protest but rather paid agitprop compensation. The ad specifically asks “students, women and minorities” to apply, which is a blatant violation of the Employment Discrimination Law. Imagine an ad and uproar from an ad that says “middle aged white men” are encouraged to apply.
Illustrative of how #fakenews is reported, check out this Portland story from KGW, an NBC affiliate. The headline reads “Most of arrested Portland protesters are from Oregon.” This headline was likely falsely changed by the editor. Now, have a look at the curious “just a small detail” text.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Most of the 112 protesters arrested in Portland last week didn’t vote in Oregon, according to state election records. Approximately 30 percent did cast a ballot in Oregon or in another state. At least seventy-nine demonstrators either didn’t turn in a ballot or weren’t registered to vote in the state.