Radical billionaire George Soros has pumped another $1 million into Democrat Stacey Abrams’ gubernatorial campaign in Georgia.
The huge injection of cash was exposed in campaign finance records obtained by Fox News.
According to state filings, Soros’ Democracy PAC II directed the funds to One Georgia Inc. on September 30, Fox News reported.
One Georgia Inc. is described as a leadership committee, which Abrams chairs, and which is utilized to boost her run for the governor’s office.
The recent infusion of cash follows the $2.5 million Soros’ Democracy PAC II had already funneled into the committee in the months of March and June, records show.
The disclosure report also notes the $1 million contribution from March.
The wealthy left-wing donor’s daughter, Andrea Soros Colombel, gave One Georgia $100,000 in August.
His daughter-in-law, Jennifer Allan Soros, also gave $500 last month.
Soros has also given money directly to Abrams’ campaign, according to Fox News.
Earlier this year, a campaign filing revealed that Soros and two of his children had each given three donations to the campaign in January, which added up to $19,700 apiece.
Abrams lost the Peach State’s 2018 gubernatorial election to Republican Brian Kemp.
The two are competing again during the 2022 contest as Abrams challenges the incumbent GOP governor.
Abrams has claimed that being pro-choice is part of her faith and that the sound of fetal heartbeats is “manufactured” by men who want to “take control” of women.
Abrams said that “the decision to be pro-choice is exactly part of my faith.
“I cannot strike down another person’s rights simply because I don’t agree.”
She said that according to her faith, “you protect the vulnerable and you wrap them in your love.”
In a 2018 campaign ad, Abrams said that according to her reading of scripture, “Jesus Christ was a progressive.”
As a woman of faith, I know that my faith should never be used as a sword to strike down others but instead as a shield to protect.
I cannot strike down another person’s rights simply because I don’t agree. pic.twitter.com/xzNAmrYYNc
— Stacey Abrams (@staceyabrams) July 3, 2022