Soros-funded protestor paid less than male counterpart

Oct.9, 2018, Fairfax, Va.—Americans for Limited Government President Rick Manning today issued the following statement responding to a Lifezette report that Ana Maria Archila, co-executive director of the Center for Popular Democracy, who accosted Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) in an elevator during the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court debate, made less than her male counterpart at the George Soros-funded organization:

“According to the organization’s publicly available tax returns, Ana Maria Archila made a nifty $178,071 in 2016, while her male counterpart, co-executive director Brian W. Kettenring is paid $182,198 in total annual compensation. One wonders why Kettenring’s co-executive directorship is worth more than $4,000 more than Archila’s?  The George Soros funded Center for Popular Democracy should look at the plank in their own eye before worrying about the splinter in others.

“As far as Archila is concerned, the shame is that her employer treats her unequally to her male counterpart. Perhaps, she should take her case to the Supreme Court. I’m confident when Justice Kavanaugh hears her plea that he will be sympathetic as someone who just hired women to fill every one of his highly sought-after clerk roles.”

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