As the eyes of not only the nation but the world focus intensely on the state of Georgia and their upcoming run-off for the two seats in the US Senate, influencers and activists flock to the state … for money. black.
A far-left advocacy group funded largely by progressive billionaires George Soros and Michael Bloomberg initially pumped $ 300,000 in black money into Georgia’s second round to support Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.
Georgia was put in the second round of elections in both races for its seats in the US Senate. This second round will take place on January 5, 2021.
BlackPAC – named with questionable racist overtones, focuses on pushing black voters to the polls. Last Tuesday, the PAC released financial reports indicating that it had spent $ 300,000 to solicit the two Democratic candidates.
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While this is certainly not the last installment of outside funds, it is the first major expense by an outside progressive group in the run-off election.
These second-round elections are of great importance to both the Democratic Party in the United States and to globalists and progressives around the world, as they will determine which party will control the United States Senate next year. If Joe Biden, Democratic presidential hopeful, wins his election, a Democratic runoff sweep in Georgia would mean a one-party Washington.
It is estimated that the run-off election will result in more than $ 200 million in election expenses in less than two months, with tens of millions – if not more – coming from out of state.
BlackPAC is primarily funded by progressive billionaires, black money (sources that by law do not need to be identified) and the Senate majority PAC linked to Chuck Schumer.
He received $ 1.5 million from the Democracy PAC, a George Soros Super PAC, and $ 6.32 million from the failed Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg.
The Sixteen Thirty Fund, which injected $ 55 million in underground cash into the 2020 election, injected $ 2.25 million. Meanwhile, the Senate majority PAC added $ 1 million.
Other liberal, progressive and pro-Marxist groups, such as America Votes, Unite the Country, and a variety of the usual suspicious union PACs, have added millions more.
In its latest financial documents, the BlackPAC revealed that the group had raised $ 23.5 million this year as of October, spending $ 12.5 million in mid-October.
Progressives Marxists have also created new groups to supplement their numbers in Congress. A new PAC backed by Reps Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), called Save Our Senate PAC, is expected to drop millions of dollars backing Warnock and Ossoff.
Warnock faces incumbent Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) on January 5. Warnock has been criticized for his praise of anti-Semitic pastor Jeremiah Wright and his devoted links with his spiritual mentor, Dr James Hal Cone, who is officially called to “destroy all that is white”
Ossoff, a failed 2017 congressional candidate, faces incumbent Senator David Perdue (R-GA). Ossoff never voted in a second round in Georgia and was not eligible to vote for himself in 2017, he was a carpet in the district he sought to represent.
Republicans currently hold a 50-48 advantage in the Senate after the 2020 election, making the second round in Georgia a staple for Republicans.
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