Billionaire globalist George Soros just lost millions of dollars in his unsuccessful attempt to stop Donald Trump from winning the presidential election.
Since that didn’t work, Soros has reverted to Plan B – go to war against Trump’s policies in an effort to block him from accomplishing his intended goals throughout his presidential term.
Soros and other influential members of the “Democracy Alliance” are now huddled up in a three-day conference in Washington, DC, at the Mandarin Oriental hotel, trying to figure out what they did wrong and how they can take back power.
Their current post-election conference began Sunday, where speakers will include House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Democrat Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota who is rumored to be under consideration for chairman of the DNC.
Soros, along with a handful of Democrat mega-donors, launched the “Democracy Alliance” in 2004. The organization includes over 100 members, labor unions and liberal foundations, requiring them each to pitch in at least $200,000 a year to recommended liberal activist groups, as well as pay annual dues of $30,000 to fund the staff payroll, meetings and entertainment.
Democracy Alliance has poured about $500 million into liberal activist groups and candidates since it was formed.
Politico reported that the Democracy Alliance has, over the last decade, “had a major hand in shaping the institutions of the left, including by orienting some of its key organizations around Clinton, and by basing their strategy around the idea that minorities and women constituted a so-called “rising American electorate” that could tip elections to Democrats.”
They failed to recognize the working-class who ended up bringing a major victory to Trump.
Gara LaMarche, president of the DA, said at the conference on Sunday, “You don’t lose an election you were supposed to win, with so much at stake, without making some big mistakes, in assumptions, strategy and tactics.”
He claimed they were gearing up to resist the Trump administration, and said in an email last week that they would begin to assess “what steps we will take to take back power, beginning in the states in 2017 and 2018.”
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