Soros, Bloomberg-Funded Group Pushes Cash into Georgia Runoff

Soros, Bloomberg-Funded Group Pushes Cash into Georgia
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With the eyes of not only the nation but of the world focused intensely on the State of Georgia and their upcoming run-off election for the state’s two US Senate seats, influencers and activists are flocking to the state…and so is a boat-load of dark money.

A far-Left advocacy group funded largely by Progressive billionaires George Soros and Michael Bloomberg has initially injected $300,000 of dark money into the Georgia run-off race in support of Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.

Georgia was thrown into run-off elections in both races for their US Senate seats. That run-off election will take place on January 5, 2021.

The BlackPAC – named with questionably racist overtones, focuses on pushing Black voters to the polls. Last Tuesday, the PAC issued financial reports stating that it spent $300,000 on canvassing for the two Democrat candidates.

While it will most certainly not be the last tranche of outside money, this is the first significant expenditure from an outside Progressive group in the all-important runoff elections.

These run-off elections hold great importance to both the Democrat Party in the United States, and Globalists and Progressives around the world for the fact that they will determine which party controls the US Senate next year. Should Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden prevail in his election, a Democrat sweep of the Georgia run-offs would mean one-party rule in Washington.

The run-off elections are estimated to see over $200 million in campaign expenditures in less than two-months’ time with tens of millions – if not more – coming from outside the state.

The BlackPAC is mostly financed by Progressive billionaires, dark money (sources that by law do not have to be identified), and the Chuck Schumer-tied Senate Majority PAC.

It received $1.5 million from the Democracy PAC, a George Soros Super PAC, and $6.32 million from failed Democrat presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.

The Sixteen Thirty Fund, which funneled $55 million in clandestine cash into the 2020 elections, threw in $2.25 million. Meanwhile, the Senate Majority PAC added $1 million.

Other liberal, Progressive, and pro-Marxist groups, such as America Votes, Unite the Country, and a variety of usual suspect union PACs, have added millions more.

In its latest financial filings, the BlackPAC revealed that the group raised $23.5 million this year as of October, spending $12.5 million as of mid-October.

Marxist-friendly Progressives have also created new groups pad their numbers in Congress. A new PAC backed by Reps. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), called the Save Our Senate PAC is expected to drop millions backing Warnock and Ossoff.

Warnock is facing Republican incumbent Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), on January 5. Warnock has come under fire for his praise of anti-Semitic pastor Jeremiah Wright and his dedicated ties to his spiritual mentor, Dr. James Hal Cone, who is on record as calling for the “destruction of everything white.”

Ossoff, a failed 2017 congressional candidate, is facing incumbent Senator David Perdue (R-GA). Ossoff has never voted in a Georgia runoff election and was ineligible to vote for himself in 2017 he was a carpetbagger to the district he sought to represent.

Republicans currently hold a 50-48 advantage in the Senate following the 2020 elections, making the Georgia run-offs a must-win for Republicans.

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