Controversial billionaire George Soros is increasing the money he is investing in the presidential election, this time in an effort to increase the votes of Latinos and African Americans.
Soros is contributing $1 million more by giving 50 percent to the Somos PAC and the other 50 percent to BLACK PAC, according to The Washington Free Beacon on Oct. 23.
Soros has already tripled the amount of money he invested in the 2016 campaign to over $70 million.
Since Soros tries not to appear as the direct donor, he uses a network of countless associations, abundantly funded by the Open Society Foundation, which he created.
Along with other millionaires like Michael Bloomberg, he injects money at the last minute in Florida and other swing states to propel Democrats forward in the face of the imminent election.
Very active in this campaign is the Fund for Political Reform, a nonprofit organization with assets of $3 billion, supported by the Open Society Foundation, according to The Washington Free Beacon.
On the other hand, Soros continually invests to put Democratic congressmen in the legislative branch and Democratic prosecutors in the judicial branch to support his leftist agenda.
Many progressive groups are funded with Soros’s money, including the Chuck Schumer-affiliated Senate Majority PAC and the Nancy Pelosi-affiliated House Majority PAC.
Soros has been denounced on multiple occasions for trying to overthrow democratic governments by funding various campaigns and extreme movements.
Political activist Candace Owens denounced him as a financier of the violent riots that have occurred in the United States in recent months.
“As he did with Antifa, Democrat George Soros has these thugs on his payroll,” Owens wrote on Twitter referring to the groups that caused death and destruction in Minneapolis and which, as it became known later, were not from there.
“He is funding the chaos through his Open Society Foundations,” Owens said, citing the NGO through which the billionaire donates his money to these organizations and social movements.
Soros’s image is perceived as negative by many people.
One of the groups that also receives his contributions is Human Rights Watch, which the U.S. State Department announced it will cease financial support for its anti-Semitic activism.
“Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the U.S. State Department will declare several major international human rights groups, including Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, and Oxfam, ‘anti-Semitic’ and end all U.S. support,” tweeted . Soros is injecting more money into U.S. elections going after Latino and African American votes.