The leftist global terrorist George Soros has poured millions into a political action committee that will link a coalition of anti-Trump organizations to target infrequent voters in battleground states: Florida, Michigan, and Nevada.
According to The Washington Free Beacon, organizations that will form the coalition include The Center for Community Change, Planned Parenthood Votes, Color of Change PAC, and Services Employees International Union (SEIU). The "infrequent voters" they will attract to the anti-Trump cause are people of color, young people, and women.
"The initiative, called the 'Win Justice' campaign, will focus on the battleground states of Florida, Michigan, and Nevada, all which have closely contested Senate races," reports WFB. "The coalition plans to reach 2.5 million voters as part of the campaign by using digital organization, training individuals to knock on doors to mobilize voters, and peer-to-peer texting."
The "Win Justice PAC" will spend as much as $30 million leading up to the November elections with Soros providing the sole source of funding. As to the leadership of the PAC, WFB has more:
Deepak Pateriya, the chief of staff at the Center for Community Change, one of the group's involved with the campaign, is listed as the PAC's treasurer on its statement of organization. Ryan Young, the director of operations at the Center for Community Change, is the committee's assistant treasurer.
Deepak Bhargava, the executive director of the Center for Community Change, sits on the advisory board of Soros's Open Society Foundation. His group, which hides its donors, received $1.75 million from Soros's foundation in 2015, according to unredacted tax forms previously obtained by the Washington Free Beacon.
Gara LaMarche, who worked at the Soros Foundation and is the president of the Democracy Alliance, the leftwing dark money donor network cofounded by Soros, sits on the advisory council of the Center for Community Change.
While the man who broke the bank of England has free reign here in the United States, other countries have made concerted efforts to oppose him. In Hungary, his home country, the government introduced a "Stop Soros" bill in parliament with the express intention of "empower[ing] the interior minister to ban non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that support migration and pose a national security risk."
The hammering against him by the Hungarian government paid off by forcing him to relocate his Hungary-based college, Central European University, to Vienna. In reaction to campaigns against him in both Hungary and Britain, Soros has only whined, portraying himself as a victim of "toxic, personal" criticism against him.