George Soros Already Pumping Millions into 2022 Midterms

Far-left billionaire George Soros is already pumping millions of dollars into midterm election races across America.

The progressive Democrat financier has been pouring money into American elections for years and the 2022 midterms are no different.

Soros is largely responsible for the rash of “woke” anti-law and order district attorneys serving in various cities across the country where crime is spiraling out of control..

Accoridng to the latest financial records, Soros has already spent over $100 million on this cycle and he is likely far from finished.

Politico reports that Soros has already poured $125M into one super PAC ahead of midterms.

The enormous investment will help Democratic groups and candidates for the 2022 election cycle and beyond.

The group, Democracy PAC, has served as Soros’ campaign spending vehicle since 2019.

It has been used channeling more than $80 million in Soros’ cash to other Democratic groups and candidates during the 2020 election cycle.

The new, nine-figure investment from Soros is aimed at supporting pro-democracy “causes and candidates, regardless of political party” who are invested in “strengthening the infrastructure of American democracy: voting rights and civic participation, civil rights and liberties, and the rule of law,” Soros said in a statement to POLITICO.

Soros added that the donation to the super PAC is a “long-term investment,” intended to support political work beyond this year.

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Alexander Soros, George Soros’ son, will serve as the PAC’s president.

In his own statement, Alexander Soros cited the Capitol insurrection on Jan. 6, 2021, and “ongoing efforts to discredit and undermine our electoral process, reveal the magnitude of the threat to our democracy,” adding that this “is a generational threat that cannot be addressed in just one or two election cycles.”

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