Liberals such as George Soros are funding an all out war against Republican candidate Roy Moore.
The vast majority of elections since Trump took office have been in favor of the Republican Party and with the Alabama election set to take place in a few short days, the liberals are throwing everything they have into smearing Roy Moore. George Soros along with Senator Chuck Schumer have been spending millions of dollars campaigning against Moore and the reality behind this push is that the democrats are losing any control they had over our country and sheer panic has officially set in.
Politico reported on Monday that the George Soros-funded Priorities USA Action and Sen. Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) Senate Majority PAC are the dark money behind the Alabama shell group that has spent more than $ 4.1 million to defeat conservative Republican Roy Moore in Tuesday’s Alabama U.S. Senate special election in which he faces liberal Democrat Doug Jones:
Highway 31, which has dropped more than $ 4.1 million in support of Jones and against Roy Moore ahead of Tuesday’s Senate special election, is a joint project of two of the largest national Democratic super PACs — Senate Majority PAC and Priorities USA Action — along with a group of Alabama Democrats, multiple senior officials familiar with the arrangement told POLITICO.
Federal Election Commission records show that Priorities Action USA raised and spent $ 192 million in the 2016 election cycle. The vast majority of the funds raised–$ 130 million out of $ 192 million–was donated by 37 individuals, each of whom donated more than $ 500,000. Among the top donors were New York City financier James Simons, who donated $ 11 million; Fred Eyechaner of Chicago, Illinois, who donated $ 11 million; George Soros, who donated $ 9.5 million; his son Alex Soros, who donated $ 1 million; and Hollywood mavens Steven Spielberg and Jeff Katzenberg, who donated $ 1 million each.
The Senate Majority PAC spent almost all the $ 92 million it raised in the 2016 election cycle. Two-thirds of the money it raised came from donors who gave more than $ 200. George Soros was among those larger donors, contributing $ 1.5 million, as was his son, Alex Soros, who contributed $ 3.5 million.