Protesters lock to car doors by the neck at street shutdown to Trump Rally. Shea blvd and Eagle Mountain #stoptrump
BREAKING: Head Anti-Trump Protester's BOMBSHELL Past EXPOSED...This Explains EVERYTHING
MARCH 21, 2016
Dean James AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS–
As you know by now, far left protesters shut down the road to Donald Trump’s rally in Fountain Hills, Arizona which resulted in chaos and mayhem as well as massive delays for people trying to get to the rally as well as get to work, school and other important things that people do.
It turns out that one of the lead organizers is, in fact a a trained community organizer and Soros Justice Fellow.
Jacinta Gonzalez was arrested Saturday in Fountain Hills after she tied a band of some sort around her neck and locked it onto a van’s window frame that was parked on Shea Boulevard to block traffic from those who wanted to attend the GOP presidential front-funner’s rally, Daily Mail reports.
She claims she was sent to Immigration and Customs Enforcement because of her surname.
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio said that Gonzalez along with Michael Cassidy and Stephany Laughlin, who goes by the name of Ben, were arrested for a charge of blocking a public road.
“We had a little problem,” Arpaio told the crowd that gathered in Fountain Hills. “Demonstrators were trying to disrupt.”
Gonzalez, was a lead organizer of the Congress of Day Laborers with the New Orleans Workers Center for Racial Justice.
She worked with women, youth, immigrant families and day laborers to challenge the practices of them being targeted by immigration enforcement authorities, according to her biography on Open Society Foundations.
The Wesleyan University graduate is a recipient of the New Voices Fellowship, and has also studied at the School of International Training in Durban, South Africa, and the Universidade Metropolitana in Caracas, Venezuela, according to Open Society Foundations.
In 2011 she was awarded the Soros Justice Fellowship, which grants between $58,000 to $110,000 to individuals to undertake projects that advance reform, catalyze change on a range of issues facing the criminal justice system in the US and spur debate.
The fellowship is a part of a larger effort within the Open Society Foundations’ Justice Fund, that was started by billionaire George Soros, supports democracy and human rights in more than 100 countries.
The 85-year-old business magnate has been a prominent international supporter of democratic ideals and causes for more than 30 years, according to his website.
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