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Latinos and other immigrants in the United States will be encouraged to show up to vote by a new super PAC, Immigrant Voters Win. So far, this PAC has attracted $15 million in donations, with $5 million coming from a billionaire financier, George Soros.
The activities of Immigrant Voters Win will be concentrated in Colorado, Florida, and Nevada as Fox News report. Overall, the aim is to bring 400,000 new Democratic Party voters in these swing states.
The liberals worry that Democratic voters are less enthusiastic to vote than conservatives. Surely, Donald Trump’s statements to deport 11 million illegal immigrants and ban Muslim immigration will be used against him. It is estimated that already $75 million was spent on anti-Trump publicity.
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George Soros has been involved with liberal causes before. This hedge fund manager has wealth exceeding $20 billion. He’s founded Open Society Foundation which operates in over 100 countries. Its aim is to promote human rights and government accountability.
In the past, George Soros assisted black South Africans and European Romas with scholarships. He’s been a strong supporter of present Muslim immigration into Europe with his calls to EU nations to take at least a million migrants from the Middle East and Africa annually, and for as long as necessary, while supporting them financially.
Not every political leader likes such activities. His foundations have been banned in Russia as a threat to national security.
George Soros produced extraordinary results as a hedge fund manager. He’s also a speculator known for taking advantage of financial crises. Back in 1992, he made $2 billion in a single day on his bet against the British Pound.
At 86, Soros seeks to advance his liberal and, at times, controversial views. He will back up candidates whom he feels represent his views, and will fight those he doesn’t like. Back in 2004, he raised $200 million to stop George W. Bush from re-election. Bush still won. Will Trump win as well? Surely, George Soros doesn’t entertain such possibilities.
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