‘Nonpartisan’ Mueller Investigation-Focused Group Tied to Dem Dark Money

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A "nonpartisan" group launched to "protect" Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into President Donald Trump that is now pushing for the release of the full, un-redacted Mueller Report is tied to a liberal dark money organization.

Protect the Investigation, which describes itself as a "nonpartisan" initiative formed to "educate the American people about the importance of the special counsel investigation and its findings," is a project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a Washington, D.C.-based 501(c)(4) "fiscal sponsor" that is used as a pass-through entity for big money Democratic donors.

Protect the Investigation is a registered trade name—or fictitious name—by the Sixteen Thirty Fund with the D.C. Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, records show. The name was registered on June 28, 2018 and is scheduled to expire on June 27, 2020.

"The Special Counsel investigation was a probe into Russian interference during the 2016 election that charged 37 people and entities of criminal wrongdoing, including Trump's campaign chairman," the group writes. "The American people demand to know what the Special Counsel Robert Mueller found, and the Department of Justice must release the full, original report with all the underlying evidence."

Several of Protect the Investigation's "partner organizations" are tied to Arabella Advisors, a D.C.-based social venture firm that provides consulting to liberal philanthropy endeavors. The Sixteen Thirty Fund falls under the umbrella of Arabella Advisors. Arabella Advisors is managed by Eric Kessler, a former Bill Clinton appointee and member of the Clinton Global Initiative. Douglas Hattaway, owner of Hattaway Communications, a D.C.-based strategic communications firm that has represented the likes of George Soros's Open Society Foundations and the Center for American Progress, a left-wing group founded by former Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, directs the Sixteen Thirty Fund.

One such partner of Protect the Investigation that is also tied to Arabella is Demand Justice, which is also a project of the Sixteen Thirty Fund.

Demand Justice is led by Brian Fallon, Clinton's former campaign spokesman, and is geared towards fighting Trump's "takeover" of federal courts. The group was first pitched to the Democracy Alliance, the left's largest dark money donor network that was co-founded by Soros, at its Spring 2018 conference, according to documents previously obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.....

And it goes on and on like a viper's nest.....