New York Times Ties Soros to Women’s March

This story has been edited to clarify that the author of the original source is not a reporter for the NY Times, but wrote her findings for an affiliate organization of the NY Times.   

The “Women’s March” was  billed as an act of solidarity for women’s rights, but the anti-Trump bias was highly visible, and billionaire liberal George Soros has ties to several of its organizers and partners.

Asra Q. Nomani, a former Wall Street Journal reporter, has written an opinion editorial for New York Times affiliate “Women In The World,” explaining that she has taken a deeper look into the funding and politics fueling the Women’s March.  Her findings are impossible to ignore.

Nomani interviewed one of the partners, Roy Speckhardt, who also serves as the executive director of the American Humanist Association.  Speckhardt claimed his organization was “non-partisan,” but he openly expressed his concerns about the incoming Trump administration and what he sees as a misogynist approach to women.

She interviewed other partners who also claimed they were “non-partisan” organizations.  Ironically, one of those “non-partisan” partners is UnitedWomen.org, which posted this to Twitter:

When Nomani searched for links between Clinton’s donors and the Women’s March, here is what she discovered:

Soros is somehow tied to at least 56 of the Women’s March “partners,” including Planned Parenthood, which opposes Trump’s anti-abortion policy, and the National Resource Defense Council, which opposes Trump’s environmental policies.  The other groups somehow tied to Soros include but are not limited to: MoveOn.org, The National Action Network, American Civil Liberties Union, Center for Constitutional Rights, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).

Nomani determined that another Soros-funded “partner” of the Women’s March is the Arab-American Association of New York.  The executive director of that group, Linda Sarsour, served as co-chair of the event and is accused of having ties to the terror group, Hamas. 

Lastly, Nomani declared that her research showed that the Women’s March was clearly designated as “Anti-Trump Day” and was anything but a “spontaneous” event.  

Two days after the election, Nomani wrote another opinion editorial for the Washington Post, in which she explained that she is a Muslim, an immigrant, and she voted for Trump.

H/T: NYTLive.NYTimes.WomenInTheWorld

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