Who's Behind the Riots? Follow the Money | Beaufort County Now | Most good investigative reports have been taught or learned that if you want to know the truth "follow the money." | beaufort observer, who's behind the riots, protests, george floyd, peaceful protests, june 11, 2020

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Who's Behind the Riots? Follow the Money

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    Most good investigative reports have been taught or learned that if you want to know the truth "follow the money." Most of the social unrest we have seen has been well organized and financed. One tool facilitating the organization of these groups has been social media...Facebook, Twitter, Instagram etc. But where does the money come from? The simple answer is from organizations connected to George Sores. This according to Tom Pappert, writing nationalfile.com.

  • The Movement for Black Lives, funded by a series of liberal groups in 2016, pushes a radical agenda during the George Floyd protests.
  • In 2016, organizations in the Black Lives Matter movement received $33 million in grants from the Open Society Foundations, founded by Hungarian hedge fund manager George Soros in 1993, and the Center for American Progress, founded by former White House chief of staff and Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta in 2003.

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    Read the full article HERE on National File.


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