Unlike Alyssa, these Actresses got paid

Day one of the confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh were certainly as lively as expected. The opening shots came just moments into the opening remarks. Soon, voices from the gallery erupted into disruptive shouting, resulting in the arrests of approximately 70 individuals, including professional protester and Sharia law proponent Linda Sarsour.

  Also, on the balcony, a number of protestors adorning the red robes made famous by the television series “Handmaidens tale” made their appearance.

 However, it seems this entertaining interlude actually began outside the committee chambers and before the opening remarks.   Two doctors witnessed a transaction in which a man was seen paying the women large sums of money from a manilla envelope. These same women were later arrested for causing disturbances inside the committee chambers.  The doctors, who chose to remain anonymous, managed to photograph the transaction.  

New Media Central has uncovered some interesting information on this generous benefactor.  His name is Vinay Krishnan, an attorney from New York City.  He is employed by the Center for Popular Democracy, a left leaning community activism organization that Incorporated the remnants of Barack Obama’s ACORN group.  They strive to “improve the image” of Islam in America, and are strong proponents of Black Lives Matter and ANTIFA. 

Digging a bit deeper, we found that Center for Public Democracy is funded by none other than George Soros via the Democracy Alliance. [1] [2]

Rumors of Soros paid protestors have circulated since the days of the Occupy Wall Street protests. They have been played off by the progressive left and the mainstream media as conspiracy theory nonsense. Until now, I don’t believe it’s been caught on film.  


One of the doctors that witnessed the transactions has been identified, and clarification made to exactly what he saw. One thing was there were people who had come along… who had a bag of money, and people would hand them a piece of paper, and then they would give them money. So we know money was exchanged for some of the people to be here, just to protest,” said Dr. Tom Schlueter