Click on images below to enlarge. Right click on images to copy. The Bob Hall Network – Director of Democracy NC (member of the Blueprint ‘Eviscerate’ NC, works closely with the State Board of Elections and has been instrumental in the passing and implementation of most of NCs liberal election laws and rules. Read more about Bob Hall here. This is an image of Blueprint NC’s membership list. While current members come and go (and come back again), we have included all members past and present because we know that all groups that are or have been official members continue to follow Blueprint NC’s strategic instructions. In a story titled “Election Bureaucrats Ran Amok” Civitas uncovered a scheme whereby by the North Carolina State Board of Elections (SBE) successfully subverted state law to facilitate online voter registration in North Carolina by the 2012 Barack Obama campaign. Click here to read the story. In 2010, Civitas reported that the Association of Community Organizers for Reform Now (ACORN) has woven itself into the fabric of the left in North Carolina. This image displays the number of activists, liberal activist organizations, funders and total grant money included in the Mapping the Left website at the time of its roll out in January 2015. Mapping The Left Media Gallery NC Health News calls itself an “independent, not-for-profit news organization.” The group has many ties to the progressive/liberal Left in NC and turns out to be just another propaganda “news” outlet with an agenda. What is that agenda? A liberal organizing network called Blueprint NC distributed a 38-page strategy memo, in February 2013, that outlined a “collective statewide strategy” to discredit Republicans and conservatives in North Carolina. One of the immediate goals described in the memo was to “eviscerate the leadership and weaken their ability to govern.” In order to do that, Blueprint concluded, it was necessary to have “operatives with relationships to statewide media … for getting out the message in non-traditional ways.“ Enter Rose Hoban and NC Health News. As a former reporter. Liberal protesters at the General Assembly, in 2013, claimed they were acting in the name of morality, but a Civitas study showed that, in the end, the protests would have been better named: “Money Mondays.” A Civitas study shows that Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKonJ) affiliated groups, the groups that coordinated the moral Monday protests, received more than $100 million in direct state grants in years leading up to the protests.