George Soros Throws $125M At 2022 Midterm Elections
Billionaire investor and political activist George Soros, 91, is donating a whopping $125 million to further Democratic candidates and causes ahead of this year’s midterm elections.
The massive donation went straight to Democracy PAC, a group that for years has functioned as Soros’s spending vehicle. In 2020, Democracy PAC funneled more than $80 million to Democratic groups and candidates.
Recent donations from the group include:
- $2.5 million to Senate Majority PAC and $1 million to House Majority PAC (two powerful organizations aligned with the Democratic Party’s congressional leadership)
- $1 million to the Democratic Association of Secretaries of State (a group responsible for electing Democrats to assist in administering local elections)
- $1 million to Vote Rev (a group that targets friends and family members of those who participate in elections)
- $250,000 to BlackPAC (a group dedicated to increasing Black votes)
Soros claims his donations are designed to support pro-democracy candidates regardless of political party, but everyone knows the truth. Soros says he is dedicated to “strengthening the infrastructure of American democracy – voting rights and civic participation, civil rights and liberties, and the rule of law.”
For him to position himself as a crusader for after cheating in past elections proves he is an evil hypocrite.
In the words of my colleague Joe Gilbertson, Soros’s behavior is like something straight from Saul Alinsky’s book Rules for Radicals. The book, published in 1971, providers readers with the tools they need to run a movement for change (AKA an insurrection).
Themes include empowerment of the poor, finding a “common enemy,” and symbol construction for organization.
A great example here is Alexander Soros’s use of the January 6th incident at the Capitol to incite fury among the masses. Alexander, a son of George Soros who will soon become president of Democracy PAC, described the event as part of Republicans’ ongoing effort to sabotage the electoral process.
These efforts, he added, are a ‘generational threat to our democracy that can’t be addressed in a single election cycle.’
Experts predict record-breaking spending on this year’s midterm elections through super PACs, which can legally raise any amount of money but are barred from donating directly to a political candidate or campaign.
Soros pours $125M into super PAC ahead of midterms
George Soros pumps $125 MILLION into super PAC his son Alexander will become president of to help Democrats ahead of the midterms: Donation is aimed at aiding ‘pro-democracy’ candidates