Breaking Report: Soro's Tax Record Uncovers Massive Plot To Undermine...
I don't think it's any secret that billionaire George Soros has bankrolled movements that sought to undermine the American way of life. It was just speculation that Soros had a hand in the damaging 'defund the police movement' but thanks to tax records, we now have solid proof the billionaire worker to undermine the US justice system.
Those records show that Soros funneled funds through a dark money hub under the guise of a non-profit. Community Resource Hub for Safety and Accountability (CRH) received $3 million from Soros's non-profit Foundation to Promote Open Society that helped fund the defund movement.
Of Soros' funding, $2 million went toward creating a "budgeting Academy program" to "train community safety advocates in how to advocate around their local municipal budgets," the grants show. The remaining $1 million was for general support.
Soros' nonprofit previously sent $1.5 million to the resource center in 2019. Of that, $500,000 went toward establishing the hub, tax forms show.
Soros' funding of CRH is yet another instance showing how his cash funds efforts to reshape the justice system. For years, Soros has showered district attorney races with money, oftentimes backing the most progressive candidate. His nonprofit empire has devoted hundreds of millions toward racial equality, including tens of millions for local efforts for criminal justice reform.
CRH describes itself "as a resource for local advocates and organizers working to address the harms of policing in the U.S." that seeks to "cultivate community safety and accountability outside of the criminal legal system."
That's not all....
Soros has spent on district attorney campaigns in Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas through a network of state-level super PACs and a national “527” unlimited-money group, each named a variation on “Safety and Justice.” (Soros has also funded a federal super PAC with the same name.) Each organization received most of its money directly from Soros, according to public state and federal financial records, though some groups also got donations from nonprofits like the Civic Participation Action Fund, which gave to the Safety and Justice group in Illinois.