According to campaign finance records cited by Fox News and other media outlets, left-wing tycoon George Soros has contributed an additional $1 million to assist Democratic Georgia gov. candidate Stacey Abrams. Soros is well known for utilizing his enormous wealth to support radical leftist ideas.
According to state papers, the liberal megadonor’s Democratic PAC II sent the money to One Georgia on Sept 30, according to Fox News, which described the organization as a leadership group that Abrams chairs and used to support her campaign for government.
According to Fox News, the most recent financial injection was added to the $2.5 million that Soros’ Democratic PAC II had already contributed to the committee during the months of June and March. Fox News reported earlier this year, citing Gov. Election Commission documents, that on March 11, Democratic PAC II donated $1 million to One Georgia. According to a One Georgia contribution disclosure report, which includes the $1 million payment from March, the Soros-funded Democratic PAC II also donated $1.5 million on June 23 to One Georgia.
The daughter of the left-wing billionaire donor, Andrea Soros Colombel, donated One Georgia $100,000 in Aug, and Jennifer Allan Soros, his daughter-in-law, contributed $500 in the previous month, according to Fox News.
According to Fox News, Soros has also donated money straight to Abrams’ campaign. Early this year, Fox News cited a campaign filing to reveal that Soros plus two of his kids had each contributed three contributions to the campaign in Jan, totaling $19,700 each.
In the 2022 election, Abrams will run against the currently-elected GOP governor of the Peach State after losing the 2018 race to GOP Brian Kemp.
Abrams asserted that supporting abortion rights is a tenet of her faith “Being pro-choice is a definite aspect of my faith. Because I disagree, I cannot invalidate someone else’s rights.” According to her religious beliefs, “you protect the defenseless and you encompass them in your love,” she added.
Abrams claimed in a 2018 campaign ad that, based on her interpretation of the Bible, “Jesus Christ was a progressive.”
“Being a woman of faith, I am aware that my faith should not be utilized as a weapon to harm or destroy others, but rather as a protection. Just because I disagree, I cannot invalidate someone else’s rights.”