There is an organization called ‘Emerge America’. Founded as ‘Emerge California’ and located in the Communist Heartland of San Francisco, it has been infused with cash and is purportedly now a nationwide organization for training Democratic women to run for office. A quick perusal of their website propaganda and you would think the Democrats were doing well in the last few elections rather than getting rat-slapped like little bitches. You would assume the rank-and-file were all solidly behind the DNC (you would be wrong about that one). The selective data on the website describing the winning percentage of their trainees, approaching rather lofty numbers, is highly suspect. I doubt they are doing much training in Wyoming and North Dakota:
Do not be fooled, future candidates. as promoting young women is not it’s primary function. It is partially funded by Susie Tompkins Buell, who according to Wikipedia, is “Hillary’s Best Friend”. Emerge America’s primary function is to recruit women to run alongside The Queen in 2020. The corruption of the Podesta-led Democrats is so pervasive that they started planning Shillary’s Third Run on November 9, 2016.
It is a last-ditch effort to keep the Two-Time-Loser relevant. It is the last gasp of the discarded Clinton Legacy…unless of course you ascribe to the theory that the vapid daughter is Heir Apparent rather than The Laughingstock Of Twitter.
But back on point. Hillary’s Best Friend has been bankrolling “progressives” for decades. She hosts fundraisers for David Brock and Media Matters at her lavish San Francisco home. The bio of Emerge America’s founder proudly touts Tompkins Buell as her inspiration and idol:
While starting Emerge, Andrea served for 8+ years as Political and Philanthropic Advisor to Susie Tompkins Buell, co-founder of Esprit Clothing and Democratic activist and philanthropist.
Wikipedia paints a different picture of the philanthropist:
In 1990, Tompkins Buell led a leveraged buyout that gained her control of the company, and netted her an estimated $150 million. Esprit emerged from the buyout so deeply in debt that it went into technical default on its outstanding loans within less than two years. In 1997, CEO Jay Margolis banned Tompkins Buell and all members of her family from entering Esprit’s headquarters. Also in 1997, Tompkins Buell filed a lawsuit against Espirit, seeking about $4 million in reimbursements from the company for tax payments she made after selling much of her stake in the company to investors.
A stench follows these people wherever they go.
You can read a lengthy 1997 SFWeekly article about the rise and fall of Esprit here.
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