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Activists Who Accosted Jeff Flake Identified: Report

We all saw what happened last Friday.

A pair of protesters accosted Senator Jeff Flake on an elevator after he announced he would vote ‘yea’ to proceed on a vote to confirm of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

The sad sack Senator was noticeably shaken by the protesters, who screamed about their own sexual assaults. But if the media did no deep dive into their history, did Senator Flake? Did anyone verify their claims or just react to the screeching and hysteria? How did protestors get near a Capitol elevator in the first place?

Flake shouldn’t have bought what they were selling, but it didn’t matter. Instead, hours later, he voiced his vote in the affirmative, but added that he had struck a deal with Democrats (surrendered) to only do so pending a one-week investigation by the FBI.

The elevator incident was a viral sensation. Two unknown women who simply were ‘believed’ based on their gender managed to score a major political victory and stall Kavanaugh’s confirmation.

The Democrats had won, if only temporarily. Liberal activists felt justified in their tactics, and their financiers felt their money was well-spent.

The two women have since been identified as Ana Maria Archila and Maria Gallagher, and they are hardcore left-wing activists funded specifically to disrupt and obstruct their political opponents.

“Archila is an executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy; she had spent the previous week in Washington engaged in protests against Kavanaugh,” National Review reporter John Fund explained.

“Gallagher is a 23-year-old activist with the group,” he added. “The center is a left-wing group heavily funded by George Soros’ Open Society Foundations.”

Flake denies the incident shook him enough to flip-flop on his stated support for Kavanaugh, but Archila bragged about her group’s victory and claimed it was a direct result of their disgraceful tactics.

“Our words, and the words of thousands of women who have shared their stories, moved him (Flake),” she claimed. “Within hours, the senator announced he would seek an investigation from the FBI into Dr. Ford’s accusations of sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh, delaying the Senate’s confirmation vote.”

Soros has had his dirty hands all over this smear campaign operation conducted by Democrats from the get go.

Christine Blasey Ford, Kavanaugh’s original accuser, has been using attorney Debra Katz, a Washington, D.C.-based attorney serving as a partner at the firm Katz, Marshall, & Banks, and as Vice Chair of the Project on Government Oversight, which is funded by Soros’ Open Society Foundation.

Additionally, activists who attended Kavanaugh protests were caught being handed cash (or “walking around money”) for their efforts prior to being arrested.

Gallagher’s own mother seemed taken aback by her daughter’s claims of being a victim of assault.

“I was sexually assaulted and nobody believed me,” Gallagher had said to Flake.

Maybe it’s because she didn’t actually tell anybody.

“She had never actually told anyone before,” the Daily Beast reported. “It had just come out, right there, in front of everyone, soon to be broadcast on national TV.”

“Her mother had called her after seeing it on cable. Even she had not known.”

The activists that snookered Flake lied, got paid to lie, then celebrated accordingly.

Senator Flake should be embarrassed at being so easily played.

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