If you want to spread propaganda and either wish or need to use multiple outlets, it’s helpful to keep your people on the same script. What you don’t want is groups contradicting each other. That sort of puts a dent in any credibility you are trying to establish and muddles the message.
The left is not as unified as might be thought. Certainly, they all despise President Trump, but it’s not entirely certain that they all know why. The result is some are focusing on the immigration issue. Others are concerned about gay rights or abortion. Still others think he’s a racist or in cahoots with the Russians. And there are no doubt more issues that animate different segments of the left. To top it off, there are still the Bernie Sanders supporters who feel they got the shaft during the primaries, and are more loyal to him than to mainstream Democratic party leaders.
So, enter George Soros with the solution to the left’s problem: a script and an organization to distribute it. And he’s not taking chances. This document is a word-for-word script to be followed exactly. Apparently, there are concerns that the rank and file Democrats are unable to come up with a justification for their beliefs in the own words.
Breitbart gives us the specifics: “An organization partnered with far-left groups that calls itself the Revolutionary Love Project distributed an actual script with anti-Trump talking points for citizens to use when meeting with constituents in town halls, including during last week’s Congressional recess.”
The “Revolutionary Love Project” – what a name. Just that tells you something about the groups that are important to the left. Recall when Democrats had organized labor in their back pockets? Can you imagine some tough, hard-working member of the United Mine Workers or the Pipefitters walking up to people and saying, “Hi! I’m from the Revolutionary Love Project.” What about a Marine? The military must be another group the left has written off.
What is the gist of this script? “The script provides word-for-word language suggestions that accuse the Trump administration of ‘xenophobia, racism, and Islamophobia.’ It asks activists to use the descriptors to petition their representatives to ‘forcefully condemn’ and support legislation opposing President Trump’s immigration and border security agendas.”
None of that is a surprise. It’s too long to reprint here, but we’ll give you a link at the end of this article.
In case the activists using this document need some help, “It ends with contact information for activists from two groups heavily financed by billionaire George Soros – Avideh Moussavian at the National Immigration Law Center and Deepa Iyer at the Center for Social Inclusion.”
In interviewing Moussavian, Breitbart got the usual lie we’ve heard about the refugee ban. Yet, “Despite Moussavian’s claims, Trump’s executive order did not seek to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. It temporarily halted the refugee program while the flawed security screening process could be reworked.”
Finally, what do we know about these three organizations mentioned other than that they are connected to George Soros?
The National Immigration Law Center, “was party to a lawsuit last month that temporarily blocked Trump’s original executive order. The National Immigration Law Center has received numerous grants from Soros’s Open Society earmarked for general support.”
The Center for Social Inclusion, “is also the recipient of numerous Open Society grants.”
The Revolutionary Love Project is the group that distributed this script. The Project, “is partnered with numerous far-left groups, including T’ruah and Trinity United Church of Christ, which was formerly led by Jeremiah Wright Jr., Barack Obama’s infamous radical pastor for nearly twenty years. The Project is partnered with the organizers of last month’s Women’s March.”
That should tell us all we need to know about this sordid affair. However, if you want to see the script, the entire text of this thing has been posted by Breitbart here and will open in a new window for your convenience.