17 Burst results for "W K Kellogg Foundation"

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:30 min | 10 months ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KCRW

"It's at New York fed dot org Searched on weekly economic index. Do that, and you will see a clear tipping point to deeper contraction right at the end of June. Marketplace is supported by the WK Kellogg Foundation committed to thriving Children, working families and equitable communities Learn more at wk k f dot org's Okay, We're out of here down. Dust rose up 1 65 today about 6/10 percent. NASDAQ added 25 points to 10%. There's and P 500 up 18. That's about 1/2 percent. There are media production team, which again they're the ones going in. So the rest of us don't have to. Robin Edgar Drew just dead. Jeff Peters, Daniel Ramirez, J. C. Bold Truth and Vent Holiday and Becca Wineman. I'm Kai raised all we will see tomorrow. This is a PM Enroll now for fall classes at Santa Monica College. To ensure studentssafety SMC is fully online, including the teaching excellence program, student counseling services, financial aid and all of our renowned support programs. Find your future at snc dot edu On a tree lined avenue in Richmond, Virginia..

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

"Me. This episode was produced by unblemished city. He edited by Sofia. Police car the Latino. Usa team includes the Louis. Threes Jonoski MOCHA Lisa. Scott say and Alexandra side with help from joined Luna and business fact checking by the about these stuff special. Thanks to my Roy. Hearst anger descended up. Our engineers are a Stephanie. Lebow Ju- Caruso additional engineering this week by Leeann Shaw. Our director of programming and operations Elliott fee that hoods are digital editor is Undone Contra or Internet chat or theme music was composed by B. Knows if you like the music you heard on this episode stopped by Latino USA DOT ORG and check out our weekly spotify playlist. I'm your host and executive producer. Buddy ain't Hosa join us again on our next episode. And in the meantime you can find us on all of your social media. Estella Proxima Joe Funding for Latino USA's coverage of a culture of health is made possible in part by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Let's he no. Usa is made possible. In part by W K Kellogg Foundation a partner with communities where children come first and the John. D and Catherine T. Macarthur Foundation on. I'm praying and praying him stopping I'm uploading..

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Support for NPR comes from NPR stations and from W. K. Kellogg foundation a partner with communities where children come first and the George Lucas educational foundation creator of at U. topia an online resource dedicated to improving the learning experience for America's students with information and strategies about what works in K. through twelve education learn more as utopia dot org.

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on American Innovations

American Innovations

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on American Innovations

"Is nineteen. ideas on a canvas as irene wicker's belva tones playthrough whose radio we wanna radio's hour will sits in blissful silence. It's a ritual of hits. He listens the a faint roar of the toasting ovens inside the factor. It feels the rumble of the conveyor belts of kerry raw cereals from railroad grain hoppers through the factory. He breathes deeply sucking in lungfuls. The scent toasting cereals that wafts from the factory he smells the air and smiles contentedly contentedly. It's the smell of success smell of victory over his brother will cereal empire was his redemption. Adoption is escape route from his miserable. Life has the poverty stricken flunky for his bullying brother his father his brother his teachers his fellow. Oh adventists never saw potential in him but he proved everyone of them wrong. He built a food giant. They will still be going strong more than a century. After after its founding by two thousand fourteen the kellogg company earned fourteen billion dollars every year and employed close to thirty thousand people around the world and didn't just build the world's biggest breakfast cereal manufacturer nine hundred thirty farm the w k kellogg foundation a charitable organization tasked with supporting the welfare health care comfort and education of children and in sharp contrast to the jenex promoted by his brother. Wills foundation is for all children in nineteen. Thirty four in doubt is foundation with sixty six million dollars kellogg stock. Today foundation stake in the packaged food giant is worth five point five billion dollars enough to make the w k kellogg foundation. One of the world's biggest phone profit organization's john's like on the other hand was disintegrate as he approached his deathbed in august nineteen forty two the battle creek sanitarium receivers sold most of the buildings and grounds to the u._s. government which turned it into a hospital for military personnel and veterans what was laughed. The once famous sanitarium finally closed in nineteen fifty seven in december nineteen forty-three. John finally died at the age of ninety one bequeathed breath entire estate to his race betterment foundation but ran out of money and went out of business in nineteen sixty seven. It's june june nineteen forty eight and we'll kellogg is in his sprawling mansion in pomona valley california wine frail but allies with him as his nurse nurse in her hand is a letter the undelivered letter john wrote to will back in nineteen forty one two years before he died the nursings over to will. Are you sure you want me to read it. Yes let's hear what he had to say. The letter was written out of desperation as john face down down the annihilation of the battle creek sanitarium. It was the greatest possible misfortune that circumstances arose which separated our interests. I earnestly desire to make amends ends for any wrong or injustice any sort i've done to you. I will be glad if you would give me a frank expression of anything. I've said or done that you feel as unbrotherly or otherwise opened a criticism. It's an apology that owns up to nothing other than the fact that it is overdue. Wills reaction is unknown three summers later in one thousand nine hundred eighty one will dies at ninety one. His death makes front page news and papers all around the globe by then. We'll is the real kellogg the kellogg known to millions looking.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KOMO

"A rainy breezy day. A high in the upper forty s today. Iranian breezy overnight to looks like will calm down tomorrow. Decreasing showers, a high near fifty and then for Thursday and Friday, partly sunny and fifty both days, and it is wet on the coast. This morning is moving in toward the Olympia area a little white snow in the mountain passes. But no. Problems getting over there in Seattle. It's mostly cloudy and dry and forty two degrees on news time five twenty five. It's a big morning in Hollywood Oscar nomination time. It's looking like it'll be a big morning for a star is born and Roma. The two films expected to get the most nominations Bradley Cooper could get four himself for a star is born best picture actor director and screenplay. Roma's? Alfonso. Quad might also get four best picture director writing and cinematography best pitcher nods will also likely go to the favourite vice in the now controversial green book along with Black Panther black klansman, and if Beale street could talk on the bubble bohemian rhapsody, and I man Jason Nathanson. ABC news Hollywood. They have started announcing the smaller categories this morning. We expect the big ones in just several minutes to of Japan's biggest convenience store chains are going to stop selling adult magazines before this year's rugby World Cup and next year summer Olympics in Tokyo, seven eleven Japan says it's going to stop selling adult magazines by the end of August, another convenience store chain called Lawson says it will as well. The rugby World Cup kicks off in September. The summer Olympics are in July of next year. Convenient. Stores are huge in Japan. Doing more than one hundred billion dollars worth of business last year as part of its effort to promote racial equality around the US. The w k Kellogg foundation is sponsoring its third annual national day of racial healing today. Login Montgomery Taber on the foundation's president describes it this way time to bring communities together and to allow people to become more connected with one another so that they can create opportunities and remove barriers so that all the children and families and their communities can thrive and she says the day is aimed largely at helping children foundation is working with Eva different..

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Years Thirty years so there was, excitement around that and like, you said it brings hope and you know things have really been moving in the city of we've been changing the pike but one of the things we all. Recognize whether we're talking about some of the violence that was going on or, what recovery looks, like the city of Flint everybody recognized part of that and a big part of that was job Brown's clip Brown you know one of. The things that she said is that leadership facto leadership was a factor He does become a factor Michelle said that when. You build, a new plant you got the Bill it was major construction jobs to build it Live close to hood they work houses, and then you have, a tax base to educate your children so It is a complete policy not just uh, think education or this. Or that will you have an economic h isn't as an ankle luggage shoppers. Anchor Again Wherever you know? What that's a great point because that was the other problem with our. City we didn't even have an economic development department for the city of Flint. Anymore and that was one of the things I knew needed to. Happen and and I have to always think the Kellogg foundation and and and their leader login because they recognize that every every city that doing well has economic. Development and so they gave us the funding to bring our economic development department back to the. City and so things have started happening in that area because you're, right you need. That you need an anchor and and having those jobs and even yesterday's.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:01 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"In Santa Fe New Mexico for the resumption of the, national governor's, association summer meeting just started speaking a moment ago governor Steve Bollock democrat from Montana he is the vice chair of the NBA and here, is a login Montgomery tavern CEO of the Kellogg, foundation and continues to eliminate the partnerships that we can ports together. A, discussion of, racial cloudy in the workplace but I. Like to start out by, sharing a little bit about The w k Kellogg foundation who we are and why we are here today talking about racial equity particularly in the business sector the w k Kellogg foundation was founded in nineteen thirty by. The cereal pioneer will keep Kellogg who was a visionary and innovator And an entrepreneur During his career he and his family experienced challenges as they were amassing. A great wealth and, because of that he was able to empathize with people who, are less fortunate and he was particularly interested and children because children were unable to advocate for themselves And so he wanted his. Wealth to promote the help happiness and wellbeing of children and in order to do that he established the w k Kellogg foundation and today we're worth about eight, and a half billion dollars and we have been pursuing his. Vision for almost eight years now and what we know today is that we've learned a lot in this space and we know that, in order to sustain all of the work that we've done we have to concentrate and focus on root causes of disparities and so as we think, about our future and the reason that we produce such a document as. The business case for, racial equity we've done that because we believe that it's reflecting, some root causes that we have to address in this country and in our state Aches But we know that children thrive When they, are nestled in families stable families and working families and families. Thrive when they're an equitable communities and so our way forward is working with communities because we believe it. Change happens at the local level, and when we work with communities we hope that as day build transformative practices that we can then inspire our nation to. Embrace an equity agenda as well So that is. Our theory of change that is why we do this work community by community and we believe in partnerships we partner with governors like some of you in, the room we partner with. Organizations who have a mission to, remove barriers and inequality and together with those organizations we believe that, we can promote practices that can scale across this country particularly in the. Business case what it says is that we are leaving money on the table today as a nation because. We are not preparing every capable, person in the work environment and the money is real the business case says that nationally if we were to put every Working person of. Working age into the economy that we. Would create an immediate three trillion dollars of GDP and it also says that by, twenty fifty that number would be eight trillion dollars and so. We know that there's potential there's capacity and there's an economic imperative for, us to act and to, be sure that we are leveraging our human capital in order for this, country to compete and the. Economic markets today and that's in this report right login because I love how you present it in some ways we often think that racial equity in the, workforce is immoral imperative that. Anybody that thinks morality and economics, are separated that's a false assumption And the report lays out the money that we're leaving on, the table is absolutely is very clear and there are several imperatives there's an economic imperative there's a competitive advantage imperative we have, to compete as a nation. And we are losing as we are not, preparing all of our workforce to participate. And so that is very palpable as, well as you think about all of the different new technologies as we just discussed and and how we must make sure that everyone can participate in these new economies and do you see. The trends really impacting racial equity in the workplace when we look at increase of automation and. Artificial intelligence we do and I want to say that as we are making this case we're making it nationally and..

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Could pursue to really get involved in improving our nations food system and here i was at a food conference in san jose that was hosted by the w k kellogg foundation and i was watching cnn in my hotel room having my morning coffee and saw on the tv screen that president obama was signing this thing called the kennedy serve america act into law that legislation which was maybe the last truly bipartisan piece of legislation we had in this country jailed significant new resources to americorps and other national service efforts that kind of domestic peace corps type work and challenged americorps to specifically address some of the nation's most pressing challenges and childhood obesity was one of those challenges so for me that was a lightbulb moment of realizing here was a potential pathway for young people who i had met on these college campuses to roll up their sleeves and get involved in transforming the way we approach food so i went downstairs to the conference grabbed the microphone and said anyone who wants to figure out how we start on americorps for food let's go into the next room and do it and sixteen months later food court was launching in the field with first class of fifty fulltime americorps members we now have two hundred and twentyfive fulltime americorps is and they do incredible work there really the the frontline boots on the ground who do the work food court does connecting kids to healthy food in school yeah you touched on this a moment ago but speak a little bit more about obesity i think we all are pretty aware were too fat is a nation but what are the implications of that for american society moving forward there was a big study just released that showed that now obesity and diet related disease is the number one cause of death in this country so preventable death is now really about fixing the way we eat the reality is we spend one point four trillion dollars a year as a country on the diet related disease epidemic and four hundred billion a year is the obvious stuff it's amputating the legs of diabetes patients it's installing stents into the arteries of heart disease patients it's the millions of americans were i'm statin drugs but a trillion dollars a year is lost economic productivity and.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

"Portrait of quote he romo's was produced by genesee mocha and edited by chari that's it for today the let do se team includes on this guy it'll on your city hilo maggie freeling genesee mocha and say you're giving our senior editor is marlin bishop additional fact checking was done by malik our fellows are my equival and jesse l hundred cultural or intern is reese williams are engineers are dodgeville stephanie lebow prussian this week by ashley click our senior production manager isn't that feeling holt and if you like the music you heard on this episode stop by let the usa dot oregon check out our weekly spotify playlist our the music was composed by zing reno's i'm your host and executive producer muddying hosa during next time and in the meantime look for us on all of your social media joe latino usa is made possible in part by the w k kellogg foundation a partner with communities where children come first hiding simon's foundation unlocking knowledge opportunity and possibilities more at www dot h s foundation dot org and carnegie corporation promoting the advancement of knowledge and understanding gun show i for that next time on latino usa latino students are enrolling in college at higher rates than ever before that many of them aren't finishing college sophomore year like i was almost closing failing anatomy which was gonna testing for me because that's kind of what my career primarily like based on knowing what the human body does that's next time on that the usa.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

"Today story was reported by jesse elliott contrel and edited by any of us the latino usa team includes fit on the chari and this guy euro on yesterday he'll maggie freely genesee i'm olga and say you're or see your editor is marlin bishop our engineers are genie montalvo and stephanie lebow our senior production manager is not that our fellow is mike with our intern is reese williams production help this week from ashley click and angus chen if you like the music you heard on this stop by let usa dot org and check out our weekly spotify playlist our theme music was composed by then yet reno's i'm your host and executive producer muddying hosa join us again next time in the meantime look for us on all of your social media estella proxima chow latino usa is made possible in part by the ford foundation dedicated to working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide carnegie corporation promoting the advancement of knowledge and understanding and the w k kellogg foundation a partner with communities where children come first is i don't know if you've ever had a conversation the person now that i like freeze up and i like stand really still and don't move anything so i called pops going i might yet next time on tino usa immigration officers make a controversial detention in texas courtroom this is a battered victim was in so need of services and support what is it about her precipitates is kind of response that's next time on let the usa.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

Latino USA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Latino USA

"Antonio and today we say goodbye at joe views to our engineer and our music editor for neely mcmullen for years cornelius has been responsible for the very less step in the production process mixing and mastering our show that you hear every week cornelius does is with a lot of love and a lot of perfectionism and we are going to miss you cornelius who've been a joy to work with and we wish you so much success in your career as an actor break a leg and if you like the music you heard on this episode stop by leading usa dot oregon checkout our weekly spotify playlist our theme music was composed by zing it'll be no i'm your host and executive producer muddying join us again next time and in the meantime you can find us on all of your social media asset approach latino usa is made possible in part by carnegie corporation promoting the advancement of knowledge and understanding the w k kellogg foundation a partner with communities where children come first and hiding simon's foundation unlocking knowledge opportunity and possibilities more at www dot h s foundation dot org shouldn't become us citizens because if they're oh my god my script four sat next time on the usa high school basketball in nineteen thirties texas a mexican american high school wins the city championship game but this is coach grabbed him dragged him out put him in his cars just laid on the floor and all he could hear let's get tony let's get tony that's next time on let the usa.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's been more than three years since officer charles conduct was shot in october margot perea pled guilty to first degree murder and is facing the death penalty since it's a capital case there have been lots of hearings and charles conduc senior has gone to each one religiously he let me tag along with him last summer and it was clear he was losing patience with how slowly things were moving stupid stupid i guess states point they want to avoid any way of having them appeal the verdict no hey caused the whole thing by shooting my son so now he gets everything he wants but what is long arrest record and everything the should all should have been done already we have not choice but to keep going and going and going so it's all over ooh this joy will decide if perea will spend the rest of his life in prison or be sentenced to death a story was produced by an hamilton and reported by lower morale of the tampa bay times laura is one of reveals investigative fellows the fellowship supported by the w k kellogg foundation and the democracy fund provides support and training to journalists of color to create investigative reporting projects in partnership with their news outlets a lot of police departments say the key to making their cities safer is getting guns off the street so why are some departments doing just the opposite the answer when we come.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's been more than three years since officer charles conduct was shot in october margot perea pled guilty to first degree murder and is facing the death penalty since it's a capital case there have been lots of hearings and charles conduct senior has gone to each one religiously he let me tag along with him last summer and it was clear he was losing patience with how slowly things were moving i can see the state's point they want to avoid any way of avenue appeal the verdict no he caused the whole thing by shooting my son so now he gets everything he wants but what is long arrest record and everything the should all should have been done already we have no choice but to keep going and going and going so it's all over joyal decide if korea will spend the rest of his life in prison or be sentenced to death story was produced by an hamilton reported by laura morale of tampa bay times laura is one of reveals investigative fellows the fellowship supported by the w k kellogg foundation and the democracy fund provides support and training to journalists of color to create investigative reporting projects in partnership with their news outlets a lot of police department say the key to making their cities safer is getting guns off the street so why are some departments doing just the opposite the answer when we come back this is reveal from the.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's been more than three years since officer charles conduct was shot in october margot perea pled guilty to first degree murder and is facing the death penalty since it's a capital case there have been lots of hearings and charles conduct senior has gone to each one religiously he let me tag along with him last summer and it was clear he was losing patience with how slowly things were moving stupid i can see the state's point they want to avoid any way of having them appeal the verdict no hey caused the whole thing by shooting my son so now he gets everything he wants but what is long arrest record and everything the should all should have been done already but we have no choice but to keep going and going and going so it's all over ooh this month joy will decide if perea will spend the rest of his life in prison or be sentenced to death a story was produced by an hamilton and reported by lower morale of the tampa bay times laura is one of reveals investigative fellows the fellowship supported by the w k kellogg foundation and the democracy fund provides support and training to journalists of color to create investigative reporting projects in partnership with their news outlets a lot of police departments say the key to making their cities safer is getting guns off the street so why are some departments doing just the opposite the answer when we come back this is reveal from the center for investigative reporting pr ex wnyc conducts contest including ticket giveaways which listeners can enter by calling phone number.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on Reveal

"The states point they want to avoid any way of having them appeal the verdict you know hey caused the whole thing by shooting my son so and that we gets everything he wants but what is long arrest record everything the should all should have been done ready but but we have not choice but to keep going and going going so it's all over ooh this month joy will decide if perea will spend the rest of his life in prison or be sentenced to death story was produced by ed hilton reported by lower morale of tampa bay times laura is one of reveals investigate fellows the fellowship supported by the w k kellogg foundation and the democracy fund provides support and training to journalists of color to create investigative reporting projects in partnership with their news outlets a lot of police department say the key to making their city safer is getting guns off the street so why are some departments doing just the opposite the answer when we come back this is reveal from the center for investigative reporting in pr ex.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on KPNW 1120AM Newsradio

"To build a permanent infrastructure to advance liberal ideas and causes and major donors like the kellogg foundation we have had their trustees steer support from american values to filling the war chest of the radical left breitbart reported the foundation has for instance donated millions to the mexican nationalist organization baraza the group founded to reclaim the southwestern united states for mexico in two thousand fifteen the foundation gave two million four hundred thousand dollars to the national council of larosa for general operating support the kellogg foundation also has deep ties and associations with george soros and the clintons breitbart news noted that kellogg gave two hundred thousand george sources far left open society institute kellogg also gave nine hundred thirty thousand two black lives matter and millions to the clintons and soros i looked into the groups the civil rights unit who suing us and the voting rights institute at georgetown every member of their advisory board provoke ding to all twelve people i were directly working with organizations that are directly funded by george soros is open society every single one it's incredible this guy out he was the messiah thirty years ago when he wrote a book but i in a way he kind of is the messiah of evil i mean he he's like the devils messiah john down reporting on four inforce dot com wars comes to mind joe likes joan joan where there's a lot of controversy network approval is based hiding negative stories about hillary and her campaign but mary's toys like the clinton body that's according to website info wars.

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"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"w k kellogg foundation" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"To her have the truth in your face rick he's a nononsense kind a guy jeff of in my opinion i know well this is coming from the presidential uh the president in the past i've done nothing but laid back and take bush w h w you say something bad bought them also makeup some kind of story it just sit there and take it now we have a president it on all these people with one tweet and you know he says fake news those put political action committee money you know they used to one commercials against a candidate forever deflected didn't in georgia would karen handel an ossoff nonstop and the guy didn't wendy poured so much money into this campaign and you didn't win and now their money are useless because one guy can disable all the negative you told afp fake news with one comment so there if that doc money that political action packed money it's usually could another cody that they're doing if as a strategy interesting or paul thank you for that call look i think paul's really onto something he keeps unlike george w bush remember when the left smeared him and the media smeared him he just took it he thought he was to above at all to respond what happened his numbers cratered and so i think what you're seeing now is he fights back and he takes it to the media he takes it to the democrats he takes it to the left and so all of this soft money that they are trying to poor this pack money and by the way big story up in breitbart i want to give them a big got dip now we know some of the key players who are funding the massive antitrump resistance you buy kellogg cereal the kellogg's foundation they are now pouring millions into this pact that then supports all of this socalled at the trump resistance movements and protests across the country guess what the ford foundation no relation to ford the car company but big leftwing outfit there are also funding all of this and of course george soros on two winds through the open society institute and another foundation he's pouring millions and do this antitrump resistance and so what you're seeing now is the media has been completely coopted completely to act essentially as a club as a bludgeon to bring down this president and.

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