Billionaire radical George Soros has worked his entire life to control the Democrat Party and destroy the United States. He has a deep-seated hatred of the West and promotes its collapse, pouring millions of dollars into campaigns and causes that further his radical agenda.
Soros backed Black Voters Matter Action PAC has spent almost $400,000 between Nov. 21 and Dec. 3 to boost radical Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) ahead of the Senate runoff against Republican Herschel Walker.
At BVM, we often explain to friends and stakeholders that we are NOT an electoral organization. We are first and foremost, a power building organization, and while we firmly believe that voting and electoral organizing is one way to build power, it is by no means the only way.Within the space of electoral organizing, we do not measure our success on electoral “wins”. We take this position not only because of our status as a 501c4 organization, but because philosophically we strongly believe that in order to truly build power, we must begin to redefine what a “win” is. The traditional approach of defining wins based on whether a particular person has won a certain office is far too limited given the obstacles that our communities face. Instead, we believe in centering a community-defined agenda and the process by which a community seeks to implement that agenda. With this in mind, we seek to increase the capacity of community-based organizations working on a wide range of issues: from mass incarceration to gentrification, from health care to education and more.
Intersection of Political and Economic Power
We believe that independent political power requires independent economic power, and we are sensitive to the many forms of economic coercion which often discourage community members from fully participating in civic life. We also believe that political victories that lack a strong economic base are simply not sustainable. As we explore the intersection of political and economic power, we strive to uplift economic models and policies which support the equitable distribution of wealth rather than deepening economic disparities.
Interesting that an organization that claims “independent political power requires independent economic power” is tied to a man who uses economic power to suppress independent political power across the world.
The Gateway Pundit has reported extensively on Soros’ dark money in Georgia, California, Michigan, Arizona, Colorado, Venezuela, and Hungary, just to name a fraction of the places he has attempted his manipulation.
Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) has received another major boost ahead of the December Senate runoff election from a George Soros-funded political action committee linked to a dark money nonprofit organization, records show.
Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker, a former NFL player, will square off Tuesday in the run-off — which is the most expensive midterm elections contest. Black Voters Matter Action PAC, which previously spent over $141,000 to support Warnock on Nov. 4, has poured in hundreds of thousands of dollars to further boost the church pastor, according to new Federal Election Commission filings.
Between Nov. 21 and Dec. 3, the super PAC dished out roughly $387,000 to several entities for print, vehicle, digital, and TV ads, as well as texting and video production, filings show. The largest disbursement was almost $160,000 on Dec. 3 to the Georgia-based Plateau Event Productions for vehicle ads, according to a filing.
“Unlike Raphael Warnock, campaign finance reports can’t lie,” Danielle Repass, a spokeswoman for the Georgia GOP, told the Washington Examiner. “Despite playing the moderate, Warnock’s acceptance of dark-money donations from radical groups speaks for itself and we again encourage Georgians to look into his disastrous record.”