The Capital Research Center reports that George Soros’ nonprofit, the Soros Network has funneled almost $21 billion to left-leaning politics over the past 20 years, according to new filings.
The Open Society Network is also known as the Soros Network. It is made up of multiple nonprofits and private foundations that have been major financial backers for left-leaning politicians and activists around the world.
Soros’ organizations swindled $2.7 billion in 2021 to various left-leaning charities. Much of this money went to “dark cash” groups, where it is impossible to track the funds.
In 2021, nearly $577 million was granted by the Open Society Policy Center, which is the main advocacy arm of The Soros Network.
The CRC reported that new 2021 filings showed that the Soros Network donated $36 million to Arabella Advisors. This philanthropic consultancy company funnels “dark cash” to various non-profits that “support policy advocacy for structural change.”
Arabella Advisors manages five non-profit organizations, including the New Venture Fund and Sixteen Thirty Fund, Windward Fund and Hopewell Fund. These are all incubators for leftist nonprofits.
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Tides Advocacy, another dark money group was also given $22 million by the Soros Network.
The Voter Registration Project was awarded $4.5 million by the Soros Network in order to register potential Democratic voters leading up to the 2022 midterm election.
Another $20 million was donated to the Way to Win Action Fund. This fund spent $400,000 supporting Democrat nominees for the January 2021 Georgia Senate Special Election.
Stacey Abrams, Democrat, was defeated in Georgia’s two gubernatorial elections. She received $2 million from Soros Network to support “voting rights” and “election administration” advocacy.
NEO Philanthropy received $21 million from the network, which was part of its advocacy arm. Some of it went to “advocacy for Latinx rights and empowerment” as well as registration of “historically disenfranchised voter”.
America Votes, a left-leaning lobbying group that claimed to be “the largest grassroots voter mobilisation effort in the United States today”, received $30 million from Soros Network.
Courier Newsroom was awarded $2.5 million by the US for a media outlet that accused “right-wing media” and “political figures” of “purposefully spreading misinformation.”
The network donated $17.5 million to Color of Change (an organization that was founded by the Obama administration). Color of Change promoted government-run healthcare and the Green New Deal, and launched campaigns against conservative groups.
Borealis Philanthropy, an organization that is involved in identity-interest advocacy, and organizing, was awarded $21 million by the Soros Network.
The Wall Street Journal reported in November that Soros, who had funneled $128 million to Democratic Committees, was the largest donor during the midterm elections.
CRC’s new report reveals that only a small fraction of the $21 billion George Soros and his non-profits have given to left-leaning organizations and politicians worldwide since 2000 to help influence global policy.