Meeting of those responsible for post election demonstrations and riots
...One of the ironies of all this big spending by these groups is that the SEIU is claiming it cannot pay a judgment against it in Houston, Texas for its alleged attempt to illegal harm a business. It does appear that the organizers of these events do have deep pockets and businesses that are harmed by these demonstrations and riots should consider bringing a class action against the organizers. Property insurers should also consider joining them in such a class action.
In response to their dramatic defeat, globalist millionaires, billionaires, union bosses and other left-wing activists associated with the group Democracy Alliance are meeting this week behind closed doors at the more-than $500 per night Mandarin Hotel in Washington, DC.
The Democracy Alliance (aka The DA) is a left-wing organization that was founded in 2005 and considers itself “the largest network of donors dedicated to building the progressive movement in the United States.”
The group is filled with about 100 multi-millionaires and billionaires who are required to pony up at least $200,000 each year to participate in the group, according to the Daily Caller.
Although it was originally co-chaired by then-SEIU Executive Vice President Anna Burger, SEIU’s current president Mary Kay Henry now serves as the group’s Vice Chair.