Wednesday, October 03, 2018

How George Soros Influenced Republican Sen. Jeff Flake

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Remember the two women who confronted Republican Senator Jeff Flake at the elevator outside the Senate Judiciary Committee during the Kavanaugh hearing last week?

And remember that Flake came back for the vote, and after promising he would vote in favor of moving Kavanaugh forward to the full Senate, changed his mind and said he would keep his promise only if the committee allowed another FBI investigation of Brett Kavanaugh?

The 7th such investigation over Kavanaugh's life of public service.

Let's take a closer look at who is backstage.


The secular progressive web of deception.


The Washington Free Beacon reported this yesterday:

The Center for Popular Democracy, a New York-based liberal activist group that receives the bulk of its funding from liberal billionaire George Soros and leads a massive $80 million anti-Trump network, is taking credit for the elevator confrontation last Friday that pushed Sen. Jeff Flake (R., Ariz.) to call for an FBI investigation into the accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
Ana Maria Archila, the co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy, was one of the two women who confronted Flake and later boasted about it in a post titled, "Ana Maria Archila Confronts Senator Jeff Flake Ahead of Supreme Court Vote."
"Just a few hours ago, a courageous young woman and I confronted Senator Jeff Flake on an elevator about his statement that he would vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, the post reads. "In a now-viral video, Flake could not even look us in the eyes when we shared with him our experiences of sexual assault. He would not make eye contact with me when I asked him to think about my children, and his own children."
"Shortly after, CNN reported that Flake was visibly shaken after his encounter with us," it continues. "Our words, and the words of thousands of women who have shared their stories, moved him. Within hours, the senator announced he would seek an investigation from the FBI into Dr. Ford’s accusations of sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh, delaying the Senate’s confirmation vote."

The Beacon did a great job in researching the Soros connection to this significant event, which interrupted the Republican's plan to move Kavanaugh forward last week.

As expected, within hours of the announced "one week FBI investigation of Kavanaugh," the Left began claiming one week would not be adequate for the FBI to do a thorough investigation, and because they want the "truth," it must be extended.

The Truth.


No one doubts that the "truth" of the matter is that they want as many delays as they can create, hoping that the majority in Congress will change in the November mid-term elections, allowing them to dispense with Kavanaugh and all the other conservative, "originalist" nominees to the Supreme Court.

They want more Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and less Clarence Thomas.

They also want more Obama and Clinton, and less Trump.

The Center for Popular Democracy---the Soros funded organization that is taking credit for changing Flake's mind--is actually comprised of old, now defunct, chapters of ACORN.

You will recall they were instrumental in getting Obama elected, but ultimately completely discredited and shut down for illegal election behavior.

This group, now reborn as the Center for Popular Democracy, is the same group that was caught on camera slipping cash to people who had disrupted the Kavanaugh hearing earlier.

Adding to the web of deception, Tom Steyer, another Democratic billionaire and possible 2020 presidential candidate, is also funding these folks.

And Jeff Flake has told the media he is "considering" a run for president himself in 2020. He says he would run against President Trump as a Republican or an independent.

He might also want to consider why he chose not to run again for the Senate from his home state Arizona---Only 18% of Arizona voters support him now.

More Truth.


At a glance, we sometimes feel that everyone is turning from the faith, accepting new, secular, relativist beliefs---sort of tearing down the altars of godly values and principles that our country was built upon---even some turning away from their steadfast faith in God and embracing the secular beliefs---"the world," as Scripture calls it.

Give this some thought. You are not the first one who has felt that way. And you're not the only one still standing.

In I Kings 19:10, Elijah says,
"I have been very zealous for the Lord, the God of Hosts...but the Israelites have forsaken Your covenant, torn down Your altars, and killed Your prophets with the sword. I am the only one left, and they are seeking my life as well."

Some in New Testament times shared the same feelings as Elijah, and Paul responded to them with this in Romans 11:
"God did not reject His people, whom He foreknew. Did you not know what the Scripture says about Elijah, how he appealed to God against Israel: 'Lord, they have killed Your prophets and torn down Your altars. I am the only one left, and they are seeking my life as well?' And what was the divine reply to him? 'I have reserved for Myself seven thousand men who have not bowed the knee to Baal..."

All across America, biblical Christians are seeing the "altars torn down," God's Truth rejected by those who have known the Truth, or have claimed to have known it.

Compromise has become a way to maintain social standing.

And silence has become a friend and companion to the frightened preachers.

However. While there are tens of millions of people who share your concerns, they also share your beliefs and convictions based on God's Word.

Through all the noise and confusion and chaos, God is doing something significant. Very significant. Stand strong in the faith. You are not alone.

Be Faithful. Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful. Be Blessed.


1 comment:

  1. Thank you, that's exactly what I needed. Keep pressing forward.

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