Project Veritas’ undercover footage proves where Antifa funding comes from

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Project Veritas pulled back the curtain on funding for antifascist groups and exposed one radical left-wing organization’s connection to George Soros and Democrat Tom Steyer.

New undercover footage from Project Veritas was released Thursday focusing on RefuseFascism, a group that describes itself as a “movement to drive out the dangerous and illegitimate Trump / Pence regime.”


(Source: Project Veritas/YouTube)

“There is no question Antifa is well-organized and well-funded. It’s not just George Soros or Tom Steyer who may have interest in domestic terrorist groups like RefuseFascism and Antifa, this video also brings in players in Silicon Valley,” Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe said.

Undercover video released last week by the independent media outlet revealed Antifa’s violent tactics and the methodical plan to destroy America. The latest video uncovered organizers within RefuseFascism and funding for the group’s planned activities.

“The ultimate vision is, for people to break with their comfort and come into the streets day after day, night after night into the hundreds of thousands, into the millions, and not leave until they have to step down,” Tee Stern, the head of the Atlanta Chapter of RefuseFascism said in the undercover footage, referring to efforts to protest until President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence “step down” from office.

A press release from the group last week announced multiple protests in the streets of Washington, D.C. and other U.S. cities, declaring that Trump and Pence “must be removed from power” and that “only the people staying in the streets can make that happen.”

“The main thing about this, is that we see this is not going to happen through ‘normal channels’ because we are living in abnormal times,” Stern said in the video. “And the way we see this is that there is going to be a need for thousands of people, and then millions, to come into the streets and demand that the Trump-Pence regime must go.”

Stern revealed that the group “did apply for a grant from Soros at one time,” referring to the the left-wing billionaire.

“We actually did get a grant from them (Soros) around – we started a thing called a National Day
of Appreciation for abortion providers,” Stern explained. “Contributing money is huge…look, we are not going to reach millions without millions. That’s just straight up. We are not going to do it. We need millions of dollars to reach millions of people.”

Of course, the mainstream media has been busy covering up any questions about Soros, a major donor to liberal and progressive causes, being behind funding protests that erupted across the nation in the wake of George Floyd’s death, calling claims of a connection just “conspiracy theories” by the right.

“We’re trying to meet with Tom Steyer,” national organizer for RefuseFascism, Andy Zee, said in another portion of the project Veritas video.

“Right now, I don’t know if we took the meeting today, we’re meeting with his main adviser on impeachment,” Zee added. “We’re meeting, we’ve been talking to his assistant. He first said he was going to meet, then he got busy, he made the announcement.”

Zee added that Steyer, the liberal billionaire and activist who ended his 2020 presidential run in February, has “been retweeting some of our stuff.”

“I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s going to want to, I think he has – this is only me speaking based on reading newspapers from New York – I believe he has political ambitions,” Zee said, noting that Steyer may not want to be “directly connected” to their organization.

But the undercover video went on to reveal that Silicon Valley may also have some interest in the left-wing group, with Zee noting donations in the thousands and a meeting he had with the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

“I think you’re familiar with them, they’re the main people fighting on net neutrality…the main organization that fights for internet privacy,” Zee explained, calling the San Francisco-based group a “major f-ing organization” that is “going to help us get connected.”

He added that “you’ll see, there’s people even in the Hillary campaign worked with RefuseFascism because they see the danger.”

Zee contended that ongoing daily demonstrations, sometimes from 5:00 pm to 1:00 a.m., in cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, would “at a certain point dominates the national news…it’s a very disruptive force.”

Frieda Powers

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Originally from New York, Powers graduated from New York University and eventually made her way to sunny South Florida where she has been writing for the BizPacReview team since 2015.
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