Politico reports the funding for these campus protests come from the same donors bankrolling the Biden campaign 👀
· May 6, 2024 · NottheBee.com

Exactly no one is shocked by this but the fact that Politico reported it is wild!

Check out the details from Politico's investigation.

Two of the organizers supporting the protests at Columbia University and on other campuses are Jewish Voice for Peace and IfNotNow. Both are supported by the Tides Foundation, which is seeded by Democratic megadonor George Soros ...

Well, no surprise there.

It's always Soros, isn't it?

Another notable Democratic donor whose philanthropy has helped fund the protest movement is David Rockefeller Jr., who sits on the board of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. In 2022, the fund gave $300,000 to the Tides Foundation; according to nonprofit tax forms, Tides has given nearly $500,000 over the past five years to Jewish Voice for Peace, which explicitly describes itself as anti-Zionist.

By the way, just as a fun side note, Rockefeller and the Tides Foundation ALSO give money to David French and Russell Moore's Bible study curriculum that aims to get Christians to withdraw from conservative politics and embrace leftism.

How about that for a coincidence, huh?

Several other groups involved in pro-Palestinian protests are backed by a foundation funded by Susan and Nick Pritzker, heir to the Hyatt Hotel empire — and supporters of Biden and numerous Democratic campaigns, including $6,600 to the Biden Victory Fund a few months ago and more than $300,000 during the 2020 campaign.

Susan and Nick Pritzker, importantly, are related to the governor of Illinois, JB Pritzker. They have their fingers in A LOT of Democrat pies.

The trail of donations shows a series of blurred lines when it comes to liberal causes and Democratic politics. Often those missions are aligned, but they also sometimes have different and — particularly when it comes to Gaza — conflicting agendas and tactics. And a small group of wealthy heavyweights are often playing an outsize role funding many of them.

Yep, the college protests were, until White Boy Summer, a civil war on the Left with both sides, the universities and the protesters, funded by Democrats.

Some disaffected Jewish libs are starting to second guess their support for the Democrats because of it.

'Why [is the Rockefeller Fund] giving significant grants to Jewish Voice for Peace, [which] blamed the horrific Oct. 7 attacks on Israel and the United States rather than Hamas?' said Elisha Wiesel, a Democratic donor who chairs the Elie Wiesel Foundation, an organization that supports anti-genocide work.

'We're hearing from folks who want to make sure that their dollars aren't supporting people who are supporting Hamas and shouting antisemitic things,' said Daniel Goldwin, public affairs executive director of the Jewish United Fund in Chicago, which issues grants to small local nonprofits and to larger national nonprofits. 'If it's an organization they've been giving to for a long time, we encourage them to call and communicate their concerns.'

The Democrats are losing major support the longer these protests happen. Disaffected Jewish Americans are leaving and taking their money with them, the young Zoomerwaffen anti-Israel people are joining the white boys in "F Joe Biden chants," lots of normies are being redpilled ...

This is a five-alarm fire for Democrats in an election year.

The question is, why in the world is Politico doing this report? Why are they investigating this? Doesn't this hurt Biden?

Even the mainstream media is throwing gasoline on the fire at this point!

Or maybe they're trying to douse it and make Biden realize he has to take a side.

Biden is struggling to regain support from young people, who went overwhelmingly for him in 2020, and the protests may complicate that effort. As Israel faces increasing criticism from around the world amid the high numbers of civilian casualties in Gaza, demonstrations in the United States are only growing more intense ...

The liability for Biden could be more pronounced if the protests continue throughout the summer and fall, as the election draws closer.

'If it continues through November, then yes, it's likely to be more salient,' said Omar Wasow, a scholar who studies protest movements and their political effects. 'And if it somehow winds down, you see Americans don't care a lot about foreign policy, and it's likely to not to play out in the election.'

That's exactly why Politico is putting out this piece.

They need these protests to stop so that Biden can win the election in November!

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