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Report: John Kerry’s State Dept. Sought to Build ‘Activist Network’ Throughout Ukraine Just Days After Trump Won Election

Well, well, well, what do we have here? Yet another high-level Democrat knee-deep in Ukraine.

These discoveries are becoming an everyday occurrence.

The latest dots to be connected involve former Secretary of State John Kerry, who, according to an unearthed document, sought to build an “activist network” in Ukraine just days after President Trump won the 2016 election.

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John Kerry’s State Department put out a call in November 2016 for a contractor to “build a network of civic activists throughout Ukraine.”

Again, this happened just after President Trump’s historic win.

Coincidence? No way.

Secretary of State Kerry, whose stepson Chris Heinz was business partners with Ukraine scandal figure Hunter Biden until 2015, made trips to Kiev, Ukraine in March 2014, February 2015, and July 2016.

Kerry’s State Department put out a Notice of Funding Opportunity, which is now ARCHIVED HERE, on November 28, 2016. [National File]

The document goes into great detail about the type “activism” the Sate Department was looking for, including organizations supporting “local civility” in Ukraine, and “civic activism,” and “watchdog” functions.

Why on earth would our State Department be sending out a notice like this for activism in Ukraine? Why the hell does our U.S. intel, and Obama officials, and Democrats have such an interest and stake in this country?

And how curious that now Ukraine, just like in 2016, is at the center of yet another attack on President Trump.

Folks, something smells really, really bad here.

“The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) announces an open competition for organizations interested in submitting applications for projects that support local civil society in Ukraine. DRL’s goal is to enhance the accountability and responsiveness of the Ukrainian government at the local level through civil society advocacy, monitoring, and civic activism. DRL seeks proposals that will empower local civil society organizations to perform a watchdog function and advocate for democratic governance through activism and networking; and raise awareness among and build the capacity of citizens to use existing local mechanisms and institutions for holding government more accountable,” the State Department notice stated.

“The program should increase local-level civic activism and build a network of civic activists throughout Ukraine. The program should focus specifically on government oversight and financial transparency at the local level and include small grants for local watchdog advocacy efforts in the regions. Program activities may include advocacy training for local civil society activists to increase their knowledge and skills related to existing advocacy tools and mechanisms; training for local activists on key areas of local government oversight; mentoring for civil society groups undertaking local advocacy campaigns; building a network of civil society activists; providing learning opportunities between national advocacy campaigns and local activists; and encouraging partnerships between civil society and local media to communicate important information about local reforms to the public,” the State Department notice stated.

“Projects should have the potential to have an immediate impact leading to long-term sustainable reforms, and should have potential for sustainability beyond DRL resources,” the notice stated. [National File]

Independent journalist Patrick Howley broke the story and in his tweet below, he indicated that most if the information had been “scrubbed,” but he was able to find some documentation on the program because it was archived.

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“DRL anticipates having approximately $800,000 available to support approximately one successful application submitted in response to this NOFO, subject to the availability of funding. Applicants can submit one application in response to the solicitation. Applications should not request less than $400,000 and no more than $800,000. Applicants should include an anticipated start date between March 2017 – June 2017 and the period of performance should be between 18-36 months,” the State Department notice stated. [National File]

The level of corruption and deception in our post-Obama government is off the charts. Our only hope now, is that AG Barr and U.S. Attorney John Durham can get to the bottom of it and reveal these traitorous Deep State monsters.

Let us know what you think about this latest discovery. Was Obama’s State Department setting up intel-like organization in Ukraine, in order to help fuel the upcoming “Russia hoax,” and are they now relying on those groups to help them with this latest coup effort?

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