A political action committee launched and bankrolled by liberal billionaire George Soros is pulling out of San Diego’s district attorney race.
Liberal billionaire George Soros has pushed $1.5 million into San Diego’s district attorney race to support a far-left candidate who spoke on a panel hosted by the liberal billionaire last year at the left’s biggest dark money donor conference.
ATLANTA — Prominent Democrats such as Terry McAuliffe and DNC chair Tom Perez attended the latest Democracy Alliance meeting this week in Atlanta, where party officials and liberal groups met behind closed doors with the millionaires and billionaires they rely on to fund the effort to regain “progressive power.”
A group founded by liberal operative David Brock spoke of the need to force policy changes at Google, Facebook, and YouTube to combat the “proliferation” of “fake news” at the left’s largest dark money donor conference, according to an agenda obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
A wealthy Democratic donor club plotting the future of the liberal movement hopes to be fighting for reparations by 2022, according to a document obtained by the Washington Free Beacon from the Democracy Alliance’s spring conference this week in Atlanta.
Richard Painter, the vice-chair of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), a left-wing ethics watchdog group that has regularly filed complaints with the Federal Election Commission, lacks the required FEC disclaimers on the contribution page of his recently launched exploratory committee for a potential Senate run in Minnesota.
Yet another candidate for district attorney primarily financed by liberal billionaire George Soros has won a primary election—this time in Texas.
The Washington Post quietly put a reporter on leave after the Washington Free Beacon discovered her attendance at a secretive meeting of the Democracy Alliance, a liberal donor club where members are directed to spend at least $200,000 a piece to advance progressive causes, CNN reported on Thursday.
Democrat Larry Krasner, Philadelphia’s new district attorney who was backed almost exclusively by nearly $2 million in contributions from liberal billionaire George Soros, has purged more than 30 prosecutors from the district attorney’s office within days of taking over the position.