In a piece posted two weeks ago, I highlighted a tremendous exposé by Chris Kohls (AKA Mr. Reagan) revealing the agenda of the Justice Democrats PAC and their placement of three casting call candidates, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY District 14), Ayanna Pressley (MA District 7), and Rashida Tlaib (MI District 13). For those who missed it, his original video is below. The article I posted simply offered enhanced background along with links to the information he revealed.
Zach Exley and Becky Bond co-authored Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything, which tells the story of how Bernie Sanders’ “technology-driven” campaign team “empowered volunteers to build and manage the infrastructure to make 75 million calls, launch 8 million text messages, and hold more than 100,000 public meetings—in an effort to put Bernie’s insurgent campaign over the top.” Their combined bio from the Rules for Revolutionaries site is below.
Becky Bond and Zack Exley are digital iconoclasts who have been reshaping the way politics is practiced in America for two decades. In Rules for Revolutionaries they have identified 22 rules of “Big Organizing” that can be used to drive social change movements of any kind.
Becky Bond served as a senior advisor on the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign and was an architect of the campaign’s national, volunteer-driven grassroots campaign. Prior to joining the Bernie Sanders campaign, Becky served as political director at CREDO where she was an innovator working at the intersection of organizing, politics, and technology for over a decade. Becky is a cofounder (sic) of CREDO SuperPAC, which was named by Mother Jones as one “2012’s Least Horrible Super-PACs” for helping to defeat five sitting Tea Party Republican Congressmen.
Zack Exley served as a senior advisor on the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign and was an architect of the campaign’s national, volunteer-driven grassroots campaign. Zack was a union organizer before becoming MoveOn.org’s first organizing director in its campaign to prevent the war in Iraq in 2003. As an early advisor to the Howard Dean campaign, he helped transfer MoveOn’s early fundraising and organizing discoveries into presidential politics, then served as John Kerry’s director of online fundraising and communications in the general election where his team raised more than $100 million online for the nominee. Subsequently, Zack worked as a consultant to global NGOs, campaigns and companies, and served as Wikipedia’s chief community officer and chief revenue officer.
Mr. Kohls included several audio and video clips to clarify the mutual agendas of both Exley and Bonds (and their associates). One excerpt is below.
How do you guys feel about crazy and impossible ideas? … I’m pitching you on a crazy idea…to go out an get 500 Elizabeth Warrens and run them together as a slate…all at once. OK, so when we have the slate, we’re going to take a few years training, and we’re going to learn how to act in front of the TV cameras…and we’re going to learn how to talk about our plan.” (Zack Exley – 4:58-5:34 minute mark).
According to an anonymous source Mr. Kohls referenced, the Justice Democrats believe people who share their ideals will be “benevolent dictators” (6:38 minute mark), but that isn’t the main thrust of his new video. Instead, Mr. Kohls is intent on alerting his viewers to the joint agenda Zach Exley and Becky Bonds are pursuing. Below is an excerpt from Becky Bonds’ efforts at Real Justice PAC.
The Bernie Sanders presidential campaign pioneered a new approach to mass participation electoral campaigns called “big organizing.” … The Real Justice PAC will seek to win county prosecutor races by testing, iterating and scaling the “big organizing” approach outlined in the book Becky Bond co-authored titled: “Rules for Revolutionaries: How Big Organizing Can Change Everything.” The PAC will also leverage social media, digital tools and the voices of a new generation of leaders like Shaun King who are organizing massive audiences to take action locally and nationally through rapid response campaigns. (Source: https://realjusticepac.org/)
Beginning at the 8:27 minute mark, Mr. Kohls begins to disclose how Real Justice plans to achieve its goals at the local level (i.e., District Attorneys) – like Zach Exley plans at the Federal level – by running their progressive candidates as faux Republicans, while convincing their Progressive base to register as (or switch to) Republican to help elect their candidates in the primaries so people who blindly vote a straight Republican ticket will unknowingly help elect Progressive candidates. Zach Exley refers to it as an election hack (11:50).
It has taken far too long for people on the conservative side of the aisle to connect the dots, because the Exley/Bond agenda has been heralded openly by the other side since 2017.
Conservatives need to join forces across all platforms to combat this insidious attempt to undermine our Republic. Every conservative of influence (Drudge, Limbaugh, Hannity, Levin, Beck, Carlson, Shapiro, Erickson, Farah, etc.) needs to combine their considerable media and financial resources to expose the leftists’ agenda and combat it at every level.