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Trump: Protesters 'Backed By Biden Donors'


Outside the courtroom, Donald Trump said that is was wrong for Columbia University to cancel their commencement over the ongoing campus protests. "That shouldn't happen," he said.

Trump also said the protesters were backed by Joe Biden's donors.

“It also came out that many of the protesters are backed by Biden’s donors. Are you listening, Israel? I hope you’re listening, Israel. Hope you’re getting smart. They’re backed by Biden donors — that’s where the money is coming from,” Trump said.

Trump was reacting to a story that was updated Monday about how some of the biggest names in Democratic circles are indeed funding the protesters.

From Politico:

President Joe Biden has been dogged for months by pro-Palestinian protesters calling him 'Genocide Joe' — but some of the groups behind the demonstrations receive financial backing from philanthropists pushing hard for his reelection.
The donors include some of the biggest names in Democratic circles: Soros, Rockefeller and Pritzker, according to a POLITICO analysis.
Two of the organizers supporting the protests at Columbia University and on other campuses are Jewish Voice for Peace and IfNotNow. Both are supported by the Tides Foundation, which is seeded by Democratic megadonor George Soros and was previously supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. It in turn supports numerous small nonprofits that work for social change.

This should surprise no one and Trump was smart to point it out.

And the ultimate result of the protests that some Biden donors are funding? Biden is losing more support with young voters.

"Biden is struggling to regain support from young people, who went overwhelmingly for him in 2020, and the protests may complicate that effort," Politico reported.

The fact that Biden is losing them is something he isn't able to afford.

That said, the protests don't seem to be cooling down anytime soon. Nor does the money behind them.


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