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George Soros Dropped $1 Million Into Stacey Abram’s Campaign for Georgia Governor

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This really should surprise no one.  George Soros donated a million dollars to Stacey Abrams campaign for governor.

While Americans are limited to the amount of money they can donate to a political candidate, billionaires like George Soros do whatever they want.  Townhall reports:

Billionaire George Soros donated $1M to Stacey Abrams’ gubernatorial campaign just a few days after she qualified to run in March. He donated the funds through a super PAC. Soros made the donation through Democracy PAC II to One Georgia, Abrams’ leadership PAC…

…There are limits to how much an individual or business can contribute to a candidate. Leadership PACs get around those limits. They can raise as much money as they can for a candidate. This year Soros is giving his super PAC, Democracy PAC II, $125M to sway elections across the country. He is contributing to both Democrat groups and candidates in the 2022 midterm election cycle. Democracy PAC II is run by his son.

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The reason this is no surprise is that Abrams is closely connected to the leaders of the Democrat Party. She’s done nothing to speak of and yet she was given a position on creepy John Podesta’s Center for American Progress (a group that has done everything but help America prosper).

Georgia’s Stacey Abrams Received a Position on Crooked John Podesta’s Center for American Progress – Then She Got Involved in Georgia’s 2020 Election

Abrams was heavily involved in the 2020 Election so perhaps that is why she was added to creepy Podesta’s entity.  She made a lot of money these past couple of years too.

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