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Large groups who attended (and disrupted) the Senate confirmation hearings of Judge Brett Kavanaugh just got some news they weren’t expecting to hear.

This is akin to the Obama-era IRS targeting conservative groups back in the day.

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From Newsmax:

The liberal groups behind the organized disruptions at Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings likely have violated Internal Revenue Service rules and could be at risk of losing their nonprofit status, The Daily Caller is reporting.

According to the website, those groups include Women’s March, the Center for Popular Democracy, and Housing Works.

The Daily Caller said it listened in on a conference call with activist organizers, who are planning to continue their “civil disobedience” in an attempt to “shut down” planned confirmation proceedings on Monday.

However, The Daily Caller said such conduct is not permitted under IRS rules.

More from Daily Caller:

Some activists who wished to partake in the #CancelKavanaugh disruptions filled out a sign-up form that specifically asked whether they were willing to “participate in civil disobedience/risk arrest.”

Another question asked applicants to provide their date of birth if they planned to engage in “civil disobedience.” Organizers on Monday’s call emphasized that minors were discouraged from participating in the illegal actions, although they left open the possibility of a future civil disobedience event “specifically designed for people under 18.”

Upon filling out the form, applicants were then asked to donate funds to CPD Action and Housing Works for the stated purpose of getting more protesters on site at Kavanaugh’s hearing.

CPD Action is the political arm of the Center for Popular Democracy, a left-wing nonprofit funded by billionaire George Soros. Women’s March lists Planned Parenthood as its “exclusive premier sponsor” and environmentalist group Natural Resources Defense Council Inc. as its “presenting platinum sponsor.”

Housing Works is a charity that receives tax-deductible donations and raked in nearly $4.2 million in federal and New York state funding in 2017 alone, according to its most recent tax return.

Continued:

“In addition to the IRS rules that they have violated, these groups should lose any government funding they receive — taxpayers should not be subsidizing bail money for people hired by these groups to break the law,” Mitchell told TheDCNF.

“There are no doubt many rules and regulations which they have violated for grantees in receipt of federal funds,” she added. “They should be required to return the funds to the U.S. Treasury and be permanently barred from receiving additional federal funds.”

Regardless, some experts were skeptical the IRS will take meaningful action in enforcing the law.

It has been learned that Soros-backed groups were the ones handing out cash to the liberal protesters, per Daily Caller:

Left-wing groups funded by George Soros and other major Democratic donors hand out cash to protesters arrested for disrupting Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings, the activists revealed Monday night.

A coalition of activist organizations including Women’s March, the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) and Housing Works have scheduled the near-constant disruptions at the Kavanaugh hearings as part of an organized effort to derail the confirmation process in a series of meetings since he was first nominated.

Continued:

The cash from the donor-funded groups goes toward the protesters’ post-and-forfeit payments — a small cash sum paid to resolve low-level misdemeanor crimes and avoid jail time.

Those are just some of the details representatives from the three groups revealed in a Monday night conference call planning their next two anti-Kavanaugh protests, one on Thursday and one next Monday.

Losing nonprofit status? Has to sting!

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