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October 20, 2018



DAILYKENN.com -- A group of women pretending to a grassroots organization is, in fact, funded solely by leftist billionaire Reid Hoffman. Hoffman is a co-founder of the Linkedin social media website and was a board member of PayPal. He has been a member of the Bilderberg Group since 2011. He has a reported net worth of about $1.8-billion. 


The anti-Trump women's group funded by Hoffman is called Republican Women for Progress. The group hates Donald Trump's policies and is targeting key congressional races apparently striving for a Democratic party majority to emerge from the November midterm elections. 

Democrats routinely exploit women and non-whites to advance their far-left agenda. 

Hoffman is one of five billionaires identified as participating in the green wave; an effort to effectively buy the November election for Democrats. 

From freebeacon.com ▼


A new Republican women's group who is "fed up with Trump" and pouring cash into toss-up congressional districts is bankrolled solely by a male billionaire venture capitalist who is a major donor to Democratic campaigns and causes, Federal Election Commission filings show.

Republican Women for Progress, a Washington, D.C.-based "grassroots" nonprofit, was founded by Jennifer Pierotti Lim and Meghan Milloy and is comprised of "right-leaning" women who are opposed to President Donald Trump. The group has garnered glowing national media profiles that include a ten-minute segment on CBS News and articles in publications such as Glamour, Slate, and others.

The group is so far active in competitive congressional districts in New Jersey, Kentucky, and Michigan.

"We think the best thing that we can do for the party and for the country right now is to make sure there are good women—Democrat or Republican—that are elected to office and who can serve as a check on this administration and on the president," Milloy told the Detroit Metro Times. "[This effort] really was inspired by us talking to Republican women in these districts where they said there was just no way that they could vote for the Republican."

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1 comments:

  1. rino women trying to manipulate the republican women

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