Did George Soros Money Help Pay for Kavanaugh Protests? Picture of money exchanging hands

Twitter is exploding with a viral tweet made up of a composition of pictures linking a leftist Kavanaugh hearing protester to a man who works for a group that George Soros gave money to.


The series of pictures shows a man exchanging money with a woman who was thrown out of the Kavanaugh hearing. It is purported that this man works for Center for Popular Democracy; a organization George Soros donated 900,000 dollars to.
In case the user gets banned (or Twitter does not allow the embed) here are the pictures:

Screen shot of his Facebook:

Read the highlighted portion:

The man in question:

Now, if that isn’t the same man as identified in the above pictures, he has a doppelgänger running around giving out money to protesters. Regardless if it is the same man, this is not some organic protest, but a ploy being funded by left-wing organizations.

The individual has been contacted and I am awaiting comment about what is occurring in the photograph. I will update the article if I receive a response or other information comes in.

UPDATE:
It seems someone who knows Vinay Krishnan tweeted him some encouragement yesterday after a Vice reporter tweeted about the hearing’s theatrics.

UPDATE: I asked Vinay Krishnan on Twitter to comment on the photograph. It would see he blocked me and then later deleted his account.

Ian Erickson

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Ian is New Media Central’s Editor-in-Chief and one half of The Patriarchy Show. He is a married father with two sons and lives in New Jersey. He has worked on several campaigns from national, state and local levels. He has had pieces published in local NJ newspapers such as The Star Ledger. Also, he has contributed to The John Birch Society and various other websites. He had a book of poetry titled Broken published while majoring in Biblical Studies at Pillar College in NJ. He has had his poems published in various poetry journals. He has been a guest speaker at Pillar College to speak about creative writing and poetry. Ian was voted ” Most Sarcastic Person” for the state of New Jersey in 2007.