George Soros Pumps Millions into Black & Latino Voter Efforts in Key States
Far-left billionaire make last-minute donations as Trump makes gains in battlegrounds
Far-left billionaire George Soros is engaged in a last-minute push to boost voter turnout for Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden among black and Latino voters in key swing states, according to Federal Election Commission records.
The commission reports show $500,000 donations that progressive activist Soros has given to both the Black PAC and the Somos PAC - which are aimed at encouraging voter turnout in black and Latino neighborhoods.
Soros' last-gasp effort to increase voter turnout comes as President Donald Trump has been making major gains in battleground states.
This push comes after Soros also funneled millions of dollars to boost electoral efforts in both Pennsylvania and Michigan in September.
The radical financier pumped the money through the Strategic Victory Find, which is a super PAC linked to the Democracy Alliance donor network, which he runs.
The big-spending is in addition to approximately $70 million he has spent on the 2020 campaign, triple the amount he gave four years ago in the last presidential election.
Liberal billionaire donors, including the former mayor of New York City and presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, have spent many millions this cycle to advance Democratic candidates in swing states and the rest, according to Just The News.
The Somos PAC, which also lists Bloomberg's Florida Freedom PAC among its largest benefactors, describes itself as the "first progressive, centralized hub for research, messaging, training, and mobilization" for Latino voters in battleground areas.
Its efforts have been focused primarily on support for Joe Biden.
It has also been pushing the campaigns of Democrats including Arizona Senate candidate Mark Kelly and Rep. Debbie Mucarsel-Powell, who is running for reelection in Florida's 26th district.
The Black PAC is similarly focused on support for Biden but has spent significant amounts of funding in support of incumbent Sen. Gary Peters of Michigan, Reps. Lucy McBath of Georgia and Elaine Luria of Virginia, and Senate hopeful Cal Cunningham in North Carolina.
This cycle, Soros's influential dollars have also made their way to the Senate Majority PAC, which is affiliated with current Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer, and the House Majority PAC, affiliated with Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
As Neon Nettle reported in July, Soros announced he is pumping another staggering amount of cash into the radical Black Lives Matter organization.
With America burning under the leftist push for socialism, Hungarian-born financier Soros announced he is donating another $220 million to the “Black Lives Matter movement.”
Much of Soros' money is going into efforts to defund the police and control 2020 voting systems, his foundation revealed.
“This is the time for urgent and bold action to address racial injustice in America,” Alex Soros, George Soros’ son and deputy chair of the Soros family’s “Open Society Foundations,” said in a statement.
The younger Soros also revealed their radical-left push to abolish Amerca's prisons.
“These investments will empower proven leaders in the black community to reimagine policing, end mass incarceration, and eliminate the barriers to opportunity that have been the source of inequity for too long,” Alex Soros said.