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AIM Press Release: Soros-Funded Marxists to “Occupy the RNC”

WASHINGTON – August 21, 2012 – Accuracy in Media’s Center for Investigative Journalism has just released a special report revealing front-and-center the potential problems that the Republican National Committee faces in their upcoming GOP convention in Tampa, Florida. George Soros-funded Marxists, along with members of various left-wing movements such as Code Pink, Occupy Wall Street and others are involved in a coordinated effort to undermine the convention through their protests.

AIM Special Report author Tina Trent details the coordination between the ACLU and the previously mentioned left-wing groups in trying to disrupt the GOP festivities in Tampa. She outlines how the ACLU lawyers and these groups of protestors have mounted an ongoing campaign “demanding special restraints on the police and threatening lawsuits if they don’t get their way.”

This CIJ Special Report details many other discrepancies which the mainstream media blatantly ignore in the days leading up to the Tampa GOP convention. She warns that “it is a known fact that local and federal law enforcement agencies are greatly concerned…It is important, as the Republican convention gets underway and goes forward, that the media reveal the true nature of the professional agitators coming to Tampa.”

Tina Trent, PhD. writes about crime policy and the media, academia, and political radicalism.  She is a researcher for The Soros Files and blogs at TinaTrent.com [1].

Email a.j.cooke@aim.org [2] to schedule an interview.


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View all findings and data in the AIM Special Investigative Report here [5].