Transition Integrity Project Founder Dined at Soros Dinners, Offered “Substantive Help” to 2016 Clinton Campaign

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The Transition Integrity Project purports to be an independent, non-partisan group dedicated to the peaceful transition of power between presidential administrations in the 2020 election.

However, a recently-unearthed email from the group’s founder, Rosa Brooks, shows Brooks has dined at George Soros funded dinners and offered “substantive help” in 2016 to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

“Nice to see you at George’s…” an email sent from Brooks to Clinton campaign Chair John Podesta begins.

“Let me know if there is anything I can do to be helpful to you and Jake [Sullivan]. You’ve got plenty of talent you can tap already, but if I can be of help either on substantive matters or on the strategy/communications side, please let me know,” Brooks adds.

Jake Sullivan is a former Obama official and is now a senior policy adviser to Vice President Joe Biden.

Read the entire report on Brooks here.

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