There was never any doubt in my mind that Anna Maria Archila was a George Soros stooge.
Ana Maria Archila, who on Friday, shouted at Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona while he was in an elevator, hasn’t stopped voicing her opinion just yet. Maria Gallagher, the other woman in the elevator, along with Archila are now called “heroes” by many left-wing supporters.
Apparently, Archila isn’t simply an everyday woman who vehemently supports the victims of sexual assault. Despite being a skilled activist, she is also a co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy, a left-wing organization funded by the liberal billionaire George Soros.
“George Soros is one of the largest funders to the CPD. Soros provided the CPD with $130,000 from the Foundation to Promote Open Society in 2014 and $1,164,500 in 2015. Soros provided an additional $705,000 from the Open Society Policy Center in 2016.” reported The Washington Free Beacon in 2017.
As Flake made his way to the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Friday, after indicating that he will vote to confirm Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, several women confronted him while blocking the elevator door.
“This is not tolerable!” they screamed at him.
“You have children in your family. Think about them! I have two children. I cannot imagine that for the next 50 years they will have to have someone in the Supreme Court who has been accused of violating a young girl. What are you doing, sir?!” Archila yelled at Flake.
When Archila was asked by an aide if she wanted to talk to a staffer, she responded: “No. I want to talk to him. Don’t talk to me.”
Gallagher told Flake that she was a victim of sexual assault and that his decision has personal significance for her.
“I didn’t tell anyone, and you’re telling all women that they don’t matter, that they should just stay quiet because if they tell you what happened to them you are going to ignore them. That’s what happened to me, and that’s what you are telling all women in America, that they don’t matter,” Gallagher said.
“Look at me when I’m talking to you,” she shouted. “You are telling me that my assault doesn’t matter, that what happened to me doesn’t, and that you’re going to let people who do these things into power. That’s what you’re telling me when you vote for him. Don’t look away from me.”
Flake listened to what they had to say, occasionally nodded in response and then continued to the hearing, after the women allowed him to pass.
In an interview Friday with The New York Times, Archila said: “I wanted him to feel my rage.”
When Flake’s private meetings with Senate Democrats finished, he told the panel that he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh if an FBI investigation is conducted and the Senate vote is postponed.
Archila believes that his decision to delay the vote is a result to what she said to him.
“His reaction shows the power that we have, together, when we chose to tell our stories and stand up for our vision of an inclusive society. When we take action, we breathe new life and possibility into our democracy,” Archila wrote on Saturday in an Op-Ed for USA Today.
However, it seems that Archila and other protesters weren’t there to support victims of sexual assault only. According to her Op-Ed, Archila had political motives for the confrontation as well.
“Much of his record on civil rights, worker protections, health care and reproductive justice is an abomination. So, too, is his personal history of treating women as less deserving of respect and control over our lives, as these accusations against him have shown,” Archila wrote in her USA Today commentary.
It may not be surprising that she was against Kavanaugh for his politics, but her ties with Soros only contribute to the fact that there are protesters who are paid players.