That figure is none other than George Soros, the globalist-minded billionaire who has pumped money into numerous liberal causes and provided vital support to the Black Lives Matter movement. Should Pennie’s case go forward, it could possibly spell the beginning of the end for Soros’ schemes.
Singling out Soros as the chief financier of BLM, Sgt. Pennie claims that his support for the movement has enabled its proponents to encourage and even carry out violence against police and white Americans. It’s a serious charge, but one that could very well be supported by the evidence:
The suit hopes to produce damages and an injunction placed against alleged threats of racially-motived violence going forward.
The defendants represent a who’s who of public figures in both racial and general political matters. Apart from founding members and public faces related to Black Lives Matter, Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam; Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Action Network; Malik Zulu Shabazz and the New Black Panthers; George Soros; President Barack Obama; former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder; and Democrat Nominee Hillary Clinton are all included in the suit.
The 66-page federal complaint alleges that each defendant individual and organization “repeatedly incited their supporters and others to engage in threats and attacks” against police officers around the nation, culminating in the July killings of five Dallas area officers with nine others wounded at a Black Lives Matter gathering. The complaint singles out George Soros as “the financier of the BLM Defendants and similar organizations with the goal of inciting a race war” and advocating violence against whites and Jews.
Defendants Obama and Clinton are blamed for repeatedly endorsing behaviors carried out and surrounding Black Lives Matter.
Sgt. Pennie is being represented by Larry Klayman of FreedomWatch. Klayman previously founded the conservative legal watchdog Judicial Watch.
“Sergeant Pennie and I feel duty-bound to put ourselves forward to seek an end to the incitement of violence against law enforcement which has already resulted in the death of five police officers in Dallas and the wounding of seven more, just in Texas alone,” Klayman said in a release.
Sgt. Pennie told Breitbart Texas that he felt he had a duty to stand for officers in Texas and across the nation.
“This action was brought to stop the violence and killings of law enforcement officers in Dallas and throughout the nation.”
The plaintiffs hope to see an award in excess of $500 million, according to the complaint.