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    Sanctuary Campus Protests Are Being Driven by Soros Funded Group

    Sanctuary Campus Protests Are Being Driven by Soros Funded Group

    Surprise!

    The original Dr. Evil is playing a major role in the sanctuary campus protests we’ve seen following Trump’s win. Shocking, isn’t it?

    The Washington Free Beacon reports:

    Soros-Funded Group Pushing ‘Sanctuary Campus’ Anti-Trump Protests

    An organization that has received funding from liberal billionaire George Soros is pushing anti-Donald Trump student protests that call for sanctuary campuses to protect undocumented students.

    Thousands of students at more than 80 college campuses have participated in “sanctuary campus” protests, CBS News reported. Students have signed petitions and walked out of classes at their universities “in support of undocumented classmates.”

    The protests are billed as though they are being organized by students at the grassroots level, but in fact a D.C.-based immigration activist group is behind them.

    United We Dream is the “largest immigrant youth-led organization in the nation,” composed of over 100,000 immigrant youth and 55 affiliate organizations in 26 states, according to its website. The group seeks to “organize and advocate for the dignity and fair treatment of immigrant youth and families, regardless of immigration status.”

    The group issued a “state of resilience and urgency for immigrants” on Nov. 9, the day after Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton.

    “The most contentious election in a generation is over. Across the country, immigrant youth in orange shirts, and backed by the strength of their convictions, faced the racism of Trump head on in a fight for their lives,” the press release stated.

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