From: Washington Times
The money behind the transgender movement
Billionaire George Soros opens his wallet to transform America
It was a debate that had been percolating at the state level for years. …
The bathroom debate started in California, where the Gay Straight Alliance Network, an organization based in Oakland, has been lobbying hard for transgender rights. …
The GSA helped organize groups in North Carolina. …
In 2013, Mr. Soros‘ gave GSA $100,000.
The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Center also received $130,000 from Mr. Soros that year. Their Leadership Lab was published in the journal Science this spring, that evaluated the impact that door-to-door canvassing can have on reducing transphobia. It’s being used as national model. …
The Global Action for Trans Equality (GATE), headquartered in New York, received $244,000 from Mr. Soros. It’s main purpose is to pull all the LGBT organizations together in order to create a louder megaphone, laying out best practices and fundraising advice.
So what’s next for the movement?
Mr. Soros‘ IRS Form 990 gives us some clues.
He’s funded a Streetwise and Safe organization in New York, with the purpose of supporting a “national project focused on increasing safety for LGBTQ youth during interactions with law enforcement and developing advocacy skills to engage debates around discriminatory policing practices,” according to his 2014 tax return.
Mr. Soros also gave $525,000 to Justice at Stake….