Posted by Curt on 25 September, 2020 at 9:52 am. 3 comments already!


by Charles “Sam” Faddis

Yesterday video footage of a U-Haul truck filled with signs and gear for rioters in Louisville attracted significant attention online. In fact, one of the Twitter accounts that reported on this initially had its account temporarily suspended. Several Twitter feeds captured scenes of apparent Black Lives Matter personnel unloading the truck with the assistance of a blond-haired white woman inside the bed of the vehicle. Follow-up investigation showed that the woman in question was almost certainly Holly Zoller who admitted to having rented the vehicle during a recorded phone conversation.

Zoller is a local Louisville representative for an organization called the Bail Project, which raises money to bail out individuals arrested for criminal offenses. The organization operates nationwide. The fact that this organization is raising money on the representation that the funds will be used to bail out the indigent and that at least some of that money is apparently being used to equip rioters is of significant interest. It suggests that the organizations funding bail for rioters like the Bail Project are in effect functioning as a support apparatus for an ongoing Marxist insurrection.

The Bail Project

The Bail Project, the organization that apparently just assisted in arming rioters in Louisville in preparation for a disturbance in which two police officers were shot, is not some storefront operation getting by with unpaid volunteers and donations from local charities. The Bail Project, like so many of the organizations tearing the heart out of this great country, is a nationwide, well-endowed organization backed by many of our richest and most powerful.

The Bail Project is headed up by Robin Steinberg, an American lawyer and social justice advocate who previously founded the Bronx Freedom Fund, a similar organization but limited to the New York Metropolitan Area. The Bail Project is simply the extension of what Steinberg was already doing in the Bronx to the country as a whole.  Steinberg is joined at the Bail Project by a whole raft of very wealthy and very influential individuals, among who are:

Lilie Lynton, co-founder and operating partner of The Dinex Group, which manages 17 Daniel Boulud branded restaurants. She previously co-founded Telebank, an Internet bank sold to E*Trade in 1999. Lili is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School.

Liz Luckett, the Managing Partner of The Social Entrepreneurs’ Fund, an impact venture fund investing in software to help low income communities. Previously, she served as the Director of Impact Investing at the Pershing Square Foundation and Senior Vice President at Citigroup. She co-founded and served as the Executive Vice President of Fulcrum Analytics (formerly, Cyber Dialogue).

Lisa Gersh, who  was most recently the Chief Executive Officer of Alexander Wang, a fashion brand based in New York City. Prior to Alexander Wang, Ms. Gersh had served as the CEO of Goop, Inc. and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc. She was President of Strategic Initiatives at NBC, served as the Managing Director of the Weather Channel Companies for NBC Universal, and co-founded Oxygen Media.

Michael E. Novogratz, , the CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners. He was formerly a principal and a member of the board of directors of Fortress Investment Group LLC and Chief Investment Officer of the Fortress Macro Fund. His net worth is estimated in excess of $1 billion.

The actor Danny Glover.

The singer John Legend.

Richard Branson, owner of, among other things, Virgin Atlantic, Virgin Galactic and Virgin Voyages. His net worth is somewhere north of $4 Billion.

The donors to the Bail Project are equally as impressive:

The Clara Lionel Foundation, founded by entertainer Rihanna in partnership with Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey‘s #startsmall initiative, has announced grants totaling $11 million in support of efforts to advance racial equity, with a focus on criminal justice and policing reform.

Blue Meridian, a joint venture of the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation and other donors to create a giant non-profit dedicated to supporting socially progressive causes. The almost endless list of organizations involved reads like a Who’s Who of American philanthropic organizations. Cumulatively, these organizations kicked in $1 Billion to invest in supporting leftist causes.

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