Soros-Funded Protests & Mass Civil Disobedience Scheduled for D.C.


Liberal activists planning to “converge upon Washington, D.C. April 16-18 for an array of actions, including demonstrations, teach-ins,  rallies and direct action trainings.”

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(Breitbart)  A coalition of left-wing groups, including the NAACP, are planning a second wave of protests and mass civil disobedience scheduled to disrupt Washington, DC later this month.   Many of the participating groups are backed by billionaire George Soros.

The coalition, calling itself Democracy Awakening, is a three-day activist movement that claims it is “coming together to demand a democracy that works for all of us – a nation where our votes are not denied and money doesn’t buy access and power.”

It is the sister movement of Democracy Spring, which is currently in the midst of a 10-day protest march from Philadelphia to DC, with plans for a major escalation in DC on April 11. On that date, the group says it is plotting “one of the largest civil disobedience actions in a generation.” As of this writing, 3,456 activists specifically pledged online to participate in the main civil disobedience event and risk arrest on April 11 in D.C.

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After Democracy Spring begins to wind down, Democracy Awakening plans a second wind of revolutionary energy starting on Saturday, April 16 through April 18..

Many groups participating in Democracy Awakening are Soros-financed organizations, including NAACP, MoveOn, AVAAZ, Campaign for America’s Future, Common Cause, Democracy for America, Democracy 21, Demos, Institute for Policy Studies, People for the American Way, Project Vote, and UHCAN.


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