(PresidentialInsider.com)- Recent Texas Ethics Commission disclosures reveal that billionaire far-Left globalist George Soros contributed $1 million to Beto O’Rourke’s campaign for governor of Texas.
An O’Rourke campaign representative confirmed the gift. The day before the Supreme Court decided to reverse Roe v. Wade, which had established abortion as a constitutional right, the 91-year-old Soros gave to a campaign.
Non-Texans have been quite active in supporting O’Rourke’s candidacy. O’Rourke received $27,6 million in contributions, about half from outside Texas.
Through fundraising from the end of February through the beginning of June, O’Rourke significantly outraised Abbott by $2.7 million.
Soros has given $18 billion through his Open Society Foundations to diverse criminal justice, educational, public health, and independent media businesses on six continents.
National File has detailed Soros’ efforts to acquire funds for a 60 million dollar agreement to buy 18 Spanish radio stations spread over ten cities.
With the help of lefty billionaire George Soros, a consortium of Hispanic investors bought 18 radio stations spread over ten towns. The transaction was valued at about $60 million.
Stephanie Valencia, a former Obama aide, and Jess Morales Rocketto, a seasoned campaign worker who served both Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama, launched the organization.
Under Valencia’s direction, acquired stations will now be a part of the Latino Media Network (LMN). According to LMN, funding has been obtained from “renowned Latino investors” and Lakestar Finance, a George Soros-affiliated investment firm.
To increase the Democratic majority in November, Soros gave more than $125 million to a Leftist super PAC before the 2022 election season.
The Greg Abbott campaign criticized Beto O’Rourke for his Soros contribution. Given that both George Soros and Beto O’Rourke advocate defunding our police, free borders, and radical energy policies, it is not surprising that Soros gave Beto O’Rourke’s campaign $1 million, according to Mark Miner, a spokesman for the Abbott campaign.
In a recent survey conducted by the Hobby School of Public Affairs at the University of Houston, incumbent Gov. Greg Abbott outperformed O’Rourke by 5% among likely voters.