| Democracy Fund |
|Sponsor of||2020 Census Project, American Journalism Project, American Press Institute, American Society of News Editors Foundation, AmericaSpeaks, Bipartisan Policy Center, Borealis Philanthropy, Business Forward, Cato Institute, Center for American Progress, Center for Internet Security, Center for Public Integrity, Center of Responsive Politics, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism, Democracy Works, Do Something, Duke University, E Pluribus Unum Foundation, El-Hibri Foundation, Empowered Women, Fair Elections Center, FairVote, Federation of American Scientists, First Draft News, Foreign Policy Research Institute, Four Freedoms Fund, Free Press, Freedom Network USA, Georgetown University, Healthy Democracy Fund, Hearken, Institute for Nonprofit News, Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, Internet Archive, Islamic Society of North America, Issue One, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Law For Black LivesLawfare Institute, Media Democracy Fund, MediaJusticeMeridian Institute, More in Common, Mozilla Foundation, Muckrock, National Affairs, National Association of Black Journalists, National Immigration Law Center, NEO Philanthropy, New America Foundation, News Revenue Hub, No Labels Foundation, Online News Association, Open News, PEN Politico, Poynter Institute for Media Studies, ProPublica, Protect Democracy Project, Proteus Fund, Reporter’s Committee for the Freedom of the Press, Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, Rock the Vote, Solutions Journalism Network, The Andrew Goodman Foundation, The Aspen Institute, Brookings Institution, The Equity Alliance, The German Marshall Fund of the United States, The Lenfest Institute for Journalism, The Lugar Center, The New School, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The Trust Project, Times Publishing Company, PolitiFact, Credibility Coalition|
Democracy Fund is a foundation created by eBay founder and deep state operator Pierre Omidyar in 2011, with the stated goal to confront "deep-rooted challenges in American democracy while defending against new threats". Since 2014, Democracy Fund has invested more than $150 million in this.
It finances numerous organizations as part of the establishment effort to control public opinion, and through this financing, nominally "bi-partisan", it is able to steer the "left" angle of opposition by strengthening the ones who promote the wanted narrative.
This foundation is funded by a multi-billionaire who bought and then suppressed the vast majority of the Edward Snowden leaks, by lavishly funding the Intercept magazine (but through his other foundations, not the Democracy Fund).
Noticeable funding priorities include black, women and other minority organizations, universities, and very many "independent" media initiatives.
Democracy Fund itself is associated with a 501(c)(4) organization, Democracy Fund Voice, which is permitted to intervene in elections.
In addition to controlling the narrative, it gives grants to intelligence entities like the German Marshall Fund of the United States "To provide continued support to the Alliance for Securing Democracy at The German Marshall Fund...to identify and support the best methods of pushing back on foreign threats to our U.S. political system, whether they be through elections, misinformation, or attempts to interfere with our democratic institutions."