Another manifesto of the “shadow party” is online for people to view. It begins by demonizing the Tea Party and advising illegal immigrants of their rights.
Calling themselves The Indivisible Team, they promote exactly what Organizing for America is promoting — how to organize to destroy every townhall, every effort by the GOP and the President. It’s very aggressive.
The leftists can’t win by debating policy issues, so they simply try to destroy the opposition. It’s pure Alinsky.
Their effort seeks to unite leftists of all stripes as does Organizing for America.
On Long Island alone, where I live, there are over 1,000 of these types of groups. They call themselves #resist. They all do the same thing.
The manifesto even quotes communist organizer, Dolores Huerta: “Every moment is an organizing opportunity, every person a potential activist, every minute a chance to change the world.”
The Indivisible Team (IT) was established by a group of five former Democratic congressional staffers in the immediate aftermath of Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton in the November 2016 presidential election.
One of the five founders, IT board president Ezra Levin, had previously served as associate director of government affairs at the Corporation for Enterprise Development, and as an AmeriCorps VISTA employee in the Homeless Services Division of the San Jose Department of Housing. Another key founder, IT board secretary Angel Padilla, had worked as an immigration policy consultant at the National Council of La Raza, and as an adviser to Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Illinois) from 2009-11, Frontpage Magazine reported.
This particular group has some loose ties to the Soros-funded MoveOn group, which is the fundraising and campaign arm of the “shadow government” of the hard-left. They deny any funding from Soros, however.
The Capital Research Center argues that Indivisible Guide’s board has indirect ties with left-leaning groups funded by Soros, as well as with other liberal organizations.
The “Shadow Party” is a term originally devised by journalists to describe “527” political committees promoting Democratic Party agendas. It now refers primarily to the network of non-profit activist groups organized by George Soros and others to mobilize resources — money, get-out-the-vote drives, campaign advertising and policy iniatives — to elect Democratic candidates and guide the Democratic Party towards the far-left.
The Internet fund-raising operation MoveOn.org is a key component. The “Shadow Party” in this sense was conceived and organized principally by George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Harold Ickes. Its efforts are amplified by, and coordinated with, key government unions and the activist groups associated with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN). The key organizers of these groups are veterans of the Sixties left.
The Indivisble Guide can be read on their website.