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Dems Double Down on Soros Plan to Buy Sec. of State Races

Politico, in a remarkable show of honesty, called it an elections 'firewall'...

(Ezekiel Loseke, Headline USA) George Soros’s 2006 strategy to purchase Secretary of State elections is being repeated by Democrats in 2022.

The cosmopolitan oligarch’s 2006 plan was called the “Secretary of State Project,” according to RedState. Soros’s project was a Political Action Committee focused on electing leftists to oversee elections in crucial swing states. Politico, in a remarkable show of honesty, called it an elections “firewall.”

Democrats are resurrecting this strategy in 2022 with the Super PAC, The Democratic Association of Secretaries of State. Politico reported that Democrats have spent over $11 million on Secretary of State races with DASS and that spending “will more than double by November 8th.”

Another group affiliated with DASS, Safe Accessible Fair Elections, is launching TV ads in the critical swing states of Michigan, Minnesota and Nevada.

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One ad in Michigan is attacking Trump-backed Secretary of State candidate Kristen Karamo, per Politico. The ad doesn’t mention Karamo’s qualifications or fitness for the office but instead takes exception to her opposition to abortion and expressions of her Christian faith.

Another ad—in Minnesota—focuses on Kim Crockett‘s opposition to mail-in voting and skepticism about the legitimacy of the 2020 election results.

Yet another ad in Nevada is attacking Secretary of State Jim Marchant for his opposition to abortion.

This round of advertising, digital ads and donations to local and state Democrat parties in Arizona and Georgia are estimated to run around $25 million.

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Other leftist organizations are also joining the expenditure race. According to Politico, the PACs End Citizens United and iVote have also pledged to spend big bucks in the Michigan and Nevada Secretary of State races.

Similar practices have already cast suspicion on the 2020 election in Georgia.

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