Liberal billionaire George Soros provided $1.35 million to a “nonpartisan” government watchdog organization last year that is hitting the Trump administration with a steady flow of complaints and lawsuits in an attempt to “damage” his presidency, according to tax filings provided to the Washington Free Beacon.
The PAC primarily responsible for sustaining Democrat Andrew Gillum’s candidacy in the Florida governor’s race raised an additional $1 million from small donors nationwide to help pay legal bills for a recount fight in Florida that fizzled out when Gillum’s margin of defeat was too large to trigger a hand recount.
Congresswoman-elect Rashida Tlaib did not disclose the name of the source of funds for a fellowship that was paid by liberal billionaire George Soros—as required by the House ethics committee—and also disclosed a lesser amount than she received, according to a review of tax and financial disclosure forms.
The left’s largest network of wealthy donors tapped an individual for a discussion on “expanding the electorate” at its fall investment conference from a group that was caught submitting fraudulent voter registration forms—including registering dead people to vote—and saw one of its employees go to prison for the crime.
Alliance for a Better Minnesota (ABM), one of the top liberal political action groups in that state, receives nearly all of its funding from two other committees which are nearly identical in makeup and which donate exclusively to ABM, creating a network of unnecessary extra stops the money must flow through before reaching its end destination.