Soros-funded Group Working Behind The Scenes With Biden
Boastful internal memos show that a secretive Soros-funded group is working behind the scenes with the Biden administration to shape policy.
The group is called Governing for Impact (GFI), and it aims to “reverse Trump-era deregulations by zeroing in on education, environmental, health care, housing, and labor issues,” as reported by Fox News.
Notably, GFI’s president is a former Biden staffer. And the organization is backed by millions of dollars from liberal billionaire George Soros.
The group has been holding weekly virtual meetings with officials from the Department of Education, according to one memo. And in another instance, GFI was able to secure a meeting with HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge for one of its clients.
These types of backdoor deals are par for the course when it comes to Soros-funded groups. But what’s most concerning is that these groups are working hand-in-hand with the Biden administration to push their radical agenda on America.
This isn’t just about policy; it’s about fundamentally transforming our country into something we don’t even recognize. And that should scare us all.
Adding insult to injury, GFI is intended to remain secretive. As the organization is invisible to internet search engines. The only way to locate the site is by accessing the direct URL.
There are also no news reports or press releases related to the group’s existence.
The only way we know about GFI is because of its own boastful memos. But even these are heavily redacted, so it’s hard to identify the full extent of the group’s influence.
According to the GFI website, the group has a network of over 500 “senior government, philanthropic, and business leaders” that it can draw on for expertise.
The website also claims that GFI is “agnostic about the size or shape of government.” But given its radical agenda, that seems like a pretty dubious claim.
Per a Harvard advert, the group was said to be established to prepare the Biden administration for a “transformative governance” that would produce “more than 60 in-depth, shovel-ready regulatory recommendations for dozens of federal agencies.”
This is just one example of the many ways in which Soros-funded groups are seeking to influence policy under the Biden administration. And it’s not just happening in D.C.—similar groups are popping up all across the country.
These organizations are well-funded, well-connected, and they’re not going away anytime soon. So Americans need to be vigilant in holding them accountable and exposing them for their influence and backdoor shadiness before it’s too late.