United We Dream, an organization that is partially funded by George Soros, who backs open borders, shut down an intersection near an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office, demanding an end to all immigration enforcement including the abolition of ICE. Nearly 70% of Americans said they oppose abolishing ICE, and, nearly 60% of Democrats said they do not want ICE to be disbanded.
At the request of Kim Kardashian, President Trump commuted the life sentence of Alice Johnson who was convicted 21 years ago of brokering the deals of a multi-million-dollar drug ring that trafficked thousands of pounds of cocaine. The motive behind this is promoting pending legislation supported by George Soros and Black Lives Matter. If passed by Congress, the new law would make it more difficult to imprison criminals and would cause thousands of convicted criminals to be released.
Soros suggested that Russia is funding Matteo Salvini and the right-wing League party whose popularity has seen a dramatic rise because they have promised to to deport hundreds of thousands of migrants to neighboring liberal European countries. Soros’ solution is for the EU to pay off Italy instead of resettling the migrants. The League responded to Soros by saying that the wind has changed for him and for all of those who have profited from the deaths of hundreds of people.
Starbucks’ Sensitivity Training day required all 8,000 stores to close for an afternoon, at a cost of $12 million in revenue, to re-educate 175,000 employees about racial bias. Data suggests that mandatory training is ineffective and can have backlash. The Perception Institute, funded by George Soros and the Ford Foundation, developed the Starbucks program that promotes ‘intersectionality’, which is a framework for marginalized people based on class, age, race, gender, sexual orientation, and disabilities. The purpose of the training was to set a precedent for other companies to mandate this type of training and to normalize it.