Radical Soros Backed Group Boosts Warnock Campaign Funding Ahead of Runoff

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    by Margaret Flavin, The Gateway Pundit:

    Billionaire radical George Soros has worked his entire life to control the Democrat Party and destroy the United States. He has a deep-seated hatred of the West and promotes its collapse, pouring millions of dollars into campaigns and causes that further his radical agenda.

    Soros backed Black Voters Matter Action PAC has spent almost $400,000 between Nov. 21 and Dec. 3 to boost radical Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) ahead of the Senate runoff against Republican Herschel Walker.

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