Documents reveal payment was made in 2017 to the activist group.
A left-wing activist group received half a million dollars from a George Soros funded organization before accosting Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi at a movie theater, according to reports.
Documents obtained by The Daily Caller reveal the payment was made in 2017 to the activist group.
The group named Organize Florida harassed Bondi from a Florida movie theater after receiving $500,000 from the Open Society Policy Center (OSPC), OSPC’s tax forms reveal.
OSPC is a support arm of globalist Soros’s Open Society Foundations, which is mainly used to push liberal worldviews around the globe.
Organize Florida has awarded the grant to Organize Florida to “support policy advocacy,” the tax groups forms reveal.
Republican and ally of President Donald Trump, Pam Bondi was harassed by Organize Florida activists regarding the president’s immigration and health care policies throughout the protest in June.
One protester went as far as to spit on Bondi’s head.
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Organize Florida’s protests also target women’s health centers that don’t perform abortions.
Last week, Neon Nettle reported that another group funded by Soros was accused of infiltrating local newspapers in a bid to launch investigations against Republican state officials.
On Wednesday, Kentucky’s Republican Governor Matt Bevin has slammed the Louisville Courier-Journal newspaper for partnering with the left-wing group ProPublica.
The organization claims to be an investigative journalism outlet whose backers include billionaire globalist Soros.
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