Inside video obtained from the Democracy Alliance Donor Summit by NTK Network shows Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin, co-founders of the so-called ‘grassroots’ Indivisible movement, hobnobbing with big Democratic money.
Exclusive video obtained by NTK shows Indivisible co-founders Leah Greenberg and Ezra Levin meeting with participants at a George Soros-funded Democracy Alliance Donor Summit in Washington, DC Wednesday night.
Greenberg and Levin can be seen sitting at a table in the bar area of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, meeting with participants in the Democracy Alliance Donor Summit which was taking place at the Mandarin.
A Democracy Alliance document listed Greenberg as a presenter in one session entitled “Demanding Democracy and Building Power: Fueling and Sustaining the Progressive Resistance.” The document also listed progressive financier George Soros as a member of the Host Committee.
The video deals a major blow to Indivisible‘s claim of being a “grassroots advocacy” movement. Contrary to a bottom-up, people-inspired movement, Indivisible’s leaders are instead meeting with bigwig Democrat donors in the bar of a swanky DC hotel.
Sarah Dohl, an Indivisible board member, previously stressed in an interview with CNN, “that none of its money is coming from billionaire George Soros.”
In a February interview with CNN, Levin claimed that the group was making no money off the venture and had received only “small donations.”
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