Republican senator confronts George Soros tracker: “Soros I’m not afraid of you” (video)

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Pennsylvania State Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York) was outraged upon discovering that a group funded by billionaire activist George Soros had sent a “tracker” to his private event.

Usually working on behalf of an opposing candidate or group, trackers follow candidates and record everything they say and do, looking for controversial comments to publicize. The moment Wagner noticed the man and his camera hidden behind a plant in the back of the room, he began questioning him and found out that he was hired by American Bridge 21st Century, a liberal-leaning super-PAC based in Washington, D.C.

Wagner asked the man to leave and then told the audience “you’re about to see your senator in action” before walking over and taking away his camera.

The senator then took to Facebook to explain his actions and let people know that Soros is a million-dollar donor to the American Bridge organization.

“Mr. Soros, I have a message for you,” said Wagner on his Facebook fan page. “I’m not going to back down from you or your bullies. I’m going to tell the people that I represent here in Pennsylvania I’m going to continue to forge forward. I’m going to be the next governor.”

See the Facebook video of Wagner’s message to Soros below, and below that is the video of Wagner confronting the tracker.

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