The Heinz Endowments is funding radical fractivist attorneys whose real goal is the destruction of capitalism and replacement of it with failed socialism.
During his wife’s campaign for political office, it was revealed that Jordan Yeager, the Delaware Riverkeeper’s radical attorney, was a member of the National Lawyers Guild. He subsequently, and for good reason, seems to scrubbed his biography of any mention of it. The Guild was, according to Congressional investigators, formed in 1937 as a Communist front group and it has identified itself with one radical cause after another, most recently with the short-lived #Occupy movement.
Today, Yeager likes to be seen as somewhat less radical for purposes of appearances in respectable places such as the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. He represented Maya and company there in opposing the Wayne Land and Mineral Group’s righteous lawsuit against a politically corrupt DRBC. That doesn’t mean he’s any less radical, though. In fact, he serves on the board of an extremist association of attorneys funded by the Heinz Endowments to stir up as much environmental trouble as possible for those of us trying to actually do business and raise families in Pennsylvania and elsewhere.