Skip to comments.Soros-tied nonprofit faces funding loss after memo on plan to 'eviscerate' NC GOP leadership
Posted on 02/26/2013 3:57:55 AM PST by mgist
A George Soros-tied nonprofit that is reportedly linked to a memo that proposed using private investigators and other tough political-opposition tactics to "eviscerate" North Carolina Republican leaders now faces losing nearly half its funding, after the plans were uncovered last week.
The Charlotte Observer first reported that an official with Blueprint North Carolina emailed a memo to partner nonprofits calling for "crippling" Republican leaders and launching direct attacks on Republican Gov. Pat McCrory.
Pressure McCrory at every public event, the official recommended, according to the confidential memo obtained by the newspaper. Slam him when he contradicts his -snip
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America needs more whistleblowers.
The organizations on the mailing list need to be looked at too.
I assure you, if the parties were reversed and them memo had concerned the maiming of Democrat leaders, the recipients would very possibly be looking at criminal charges. Every one of them would lose their tax-exempt status immediately, and probably go to the top of the IRS "audit with extreme prejudice" list.
It has been obvious to me from the git-go that the left has created a vast database that they can use against normal people when they become a threat to their entrenched power. If they can’t find something, they invent it.
Democrats are such lovely people. So kind.
Soon the Old Nazi B_tard will be worm food. Then he will have to face judgement for his evil.
Those who serve the father-of-lies cannot escape that accounting.
I did not know that.
Evil breeding evil. Not good.
We'll need to get rid of his influence peddling organizations all over the US, along with the NGO's around the world. I'm sure he'll set something up like the Ford foundation to fund humanity's continued downfall.
So why aren’t the ‘Pubbie and conservative non-profits doing the same thing?
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