In 2016, the return to political giving of George Soros was identified as a major reason for the high level of backing given to Democrat Hillary Clinton during her run for the Presidency of the U.S. Soros is well-known as one of the most important political donors in the world with a dedication to liberal causes who has spent much of his career as a political giver providing funding at times of importance to the U.S. and bringing about a large amount of change among the people of the nation by fighting for greater levels of justice for minority groups within the U.S. Politico reports the dedication of George Soros to providing a better future for the people of the world sees him fighting on a regular basis for the voting rights of minority groups throughout 2016 Presidential election cycle and on into the 2018 midterm elections and more information click here.
The Midterm elections have been targeted by George Soros as a way of returning the Democrats to a position of relative power in Washington as his work with the Democratic Alliance has intensified following the victory of President Donald Trump in the 2016 election. Soros cannot be accused of sitting out the 2016 election cycle in the same way he did in 2008 and 2012 when ideological differences led to Soros refusing to provide a large amount of political funding for the first African-American U.S. President because his promised liberal agenda failed to materialize in the policy choices made by his Administration. In an article for The Atlantic, George Soros explains his belief in the open society as a much needed political ideology in a society currently dominated by the capitalist system the Hungarian-born hedge fund legend is causing problems within modern society. The Open Society Foundations explains Soros made his fortune in the hedge fund sector before setting out on a philanthropic and political career dedicated to the advancement of society towards a free and democratic future and what George knows.
George Soros is now looking for a greater level of support for the people of minority groups he feels have been underrepresented over the last few decades as conservative politicians have been seeking to erode the number of options open to minority communities for voting in the future. During the 2016 Presidential elections, the main news was about the $25 million in donations given to the campaign of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; however, Soros also provided a large amount of funding for PAC’s and Super PAC’s fighting to protect the voting rights of minority groups and for mobilizing these groups to vote for Clinton in the election and his Twitter.