This attack is reminiscent of previous episodes.
A few years ago, the Left needed a Senate vote to prevent Brett Kavanagh from being confirmed in the Supreme Court, so they organized George Soros to join the rebels to attack the U.S. Capital and attack GOP Senator Jeff Flake in an elevator.
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The Left needed another U.S. Senate vote this past weekend, so they attacked a different Arizona senator, this time Senator Kirsten Cinema, who attacked Arizona State University on her way to the bathroom.
Just a day later and we now know who was behind it. The Daily Mail reports:
An activist who portrayed himself as moderate Democrat Senator Kirsten Cinema using a bathroom at the movie Arizona State University, defended his action in a Facebook voice and said he would not let the ‘Tone Police’ criticize him.
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I’ll talk about the debate about following the senator movie in the bathroom when I have time. “None of you have the right to take my desperate demand for labor protection to the police after what I have endured as a survivor of human trafficking,” Sophia Marjanovich said in a Facebook post.
Marjanovich was part of a group of activists who filmed Arizona Sen inside an ASU bathroom, where he taught, even recording when lawmakers were using a private stall.
Clearly, the actions of those harassing Arizona senators may be illegal:
Shooting someone in the bathroom without permission is a Class 5 crime in Arizona. You have all portrayed yourself as just a crime. https://t.co/fjmROQgCu7
– Meghan McCain October 4, 2021
It also appears that the instigators of the movie attack were linked to George Soros.
On Saturday, the movie was knocked down and linked to the Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA) group by illegal alien workers, who demanded a general amnesty for 11 to 22 million illegal aliens living in the United States.
Lucha is listed as a partner of the Center for Popular Democracy, which receives several million dollars in funding each year from the Soros Open Society Foundation.
In 2019, the Lucha-tied Center for Popular Democracy alone provided about .3 2.3 million from the Soros Open Society Foundation. In 2018, Soros spent more than $ 2.1 million on grant projects for the Center for Popular Democracy.