Liberal billionaire George Soros has voted to spend as much as $15 million to recruit hundreds of thousands of Hispanic voters before the November election.
In April we reported that Soros had teamed up with Clinton operatives to challenge voter ID laws, and had donated $3 million to a new super PAC, “Immigrant voters Win PAC” in an effort to recruit at least 400,000 new Hispanic voters before the November election. At the time he was the only donor to the PAC.
The mission is still in full swing, and the “Civic Participation Action Fund” donated another $1 million on May 31.
According to Washington Free Beacon, the PAC disclosed $135,000 in expenditures on June 21 that went mostly toward salaries for activists at America’s Voice, which is an immigrants’ rights organization whose goal is to “enact policy change that guarantees full labor, civil and political rights for immigrants and their families” and “stabilize the lives of 11 million Americans-in-waiting and put them on the road to full citizenship.”
The PAC also paid $120,000 to America’s Voice for “reimbursements.”
People at America’s Voice receiving Soros-funded salaries on June 21 include:
Matt Hildreth, political director at America’s Voice – three payments of $8,541, $8,541 and $10,541 were reported.
Frank Sharry, founder and Exec. Director, also received three payments, of $2,165, $2,165 and $6,265.
Lynn Tramounte received three payments of $3,025, $3,025 and $8,025.
Washington Free Beacon also reported that Deepak Bhargava, executive director for “Center for Community Change” holds a position on the advisory board of Soro’s “Open Society Foundation.” His organization has received $2.9 million since 2010 from a Soros-funded liberal lobbyist group.
Soros owns or contributes to many, many liberal groups that are all intertwined, with the money freely flowing among them to support liberal causes and pro-immigrant organizations.
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