Far left Democrat Stacey Abrams is once again running for governor of Georgia and her campaign just got a major cash infusion.
The progressive billionaire George Soros has reportedly funneled a million dollars into her run.
This is the same man who has helped elect many of the worst district attorneys in the country right now.
FOX News reports:
George Soros throws $1M behind Stacey Abrams’ second gubernatorial run
Liberal billionaire George Soros has pushed $1 million into Georgia to back Stacey Abrams’ second attempt at landing in the governor’s office, filings show.
Soros’ Democracy PAC II, a federal committee bankrolled by $125 million from the financier for the 2022 elections, made a $1 million donation to One Georgia Inc. on March 11, Federal Election Commission records show.
One Georgia Inc. is a leadership committee launched to aid Abrams’ candidacy, and Abrams nor the group appear to have publicly announced its existence.
In April, however, a federal judge ruled that it had to suspend activities until she locks up the Democratic nomination at the end of May, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
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One Georgia does not appear in state records due to its suspension. Soros’ federal disclosures show that the group shares an Atlanta address with Abrams’ gubernatorial campaign committee.
People are making the connection.
George Soros, the man who funded all those leftwing DA’s that refused to prosecute crime and sparked crime waves, is now backing Stacey Abrams. Crime is bad enough in Georgia.
— Erick Erickson (@EWErickson) May 6, 2022
The cats out of the bag!
It was leaked that Soros donated 1 million to Stacey Abrams election.
Let his money work by NOT voting this crook into office.
— Penny R (@penny_rietveld) May 8, 2022
Soros is backing Stacey Abrams. That tells you everything you need to know about Stacey Abrams. A vote for her is a vote against freedom.https://t.co/ajD7Ppdoec
— PerfectStranger917 (@Jazzmaster222) May 11, 2022
Vote carefully, Georgia.