Unhinged Soros Hack Attacks GOP Female Campaign Manager Then Is Fired — HAS A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE
Where do all the unhinged far left protesters go to find work? — At a Soros-funded group, of course.
Mike Stark has a long record of disrupting and attacking Republican lawmakers and their staff for years.
Earlier this week Mike Stark attacked female campaign manager Kristin Davison and was promptly arrested. The Soros-funded American Bridge later fired Stark after his arrest.
In 2006 Mike Stark was arrested for stalking Republican Senator George Allen. Stark was working at the far left Air America at the time.
Political activist Michael Stark was handcuffed by Augusta County Sheriff deputies after a rally for US Senator George Allen in Weyers Cave, Va., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2006. (AP)
Mike Stark was wrestled to the ground at a George Allen event and later he was handcuffed at an Allen rally later in the week.
And now years later Stark is arrested again for another violent assault.
FOX News reported:
The liberal group American Bridge 21st Century announced Wednesday night that it had fired one of its operatives a day after he was arrested and accused of battery against the female campaign manager for Nevada GOP gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt.
In a statement, American Bridge said that Mike Stark had been relieved of his duties “effective immediately.”
American Bridge was founded in November 2010 by David Brock, who also founded liberal watchdog group Media Matters. The group’s largest donor is liberal billionaire George Soros, who contributed more than $2 million between 2015 and 2016. Soros is still involved with the group, most recently donating $300,000 in February, and $80,000 last year.
Stark, 50, was arrested by Las Vegas city marshals Tuesday evening after 31-year-old Kristin Davison said he grabbed and twisted her arm, refusing to let go.
Soros paid protester arrested. Same group operates inside congressional office buildings. Are democrats paying to incite violence? https://t.co/5XzLmqpvzs
— Senator Rand Paul (@RandPaul) October 18, 2018