Jun 07, 2015

George Soros: Public Enemy | PJ Tatler

He's ba-ack and prepping the battlespace for 2016:A Democratic legal fight against restrictive voting laws enacted in recent years by Republican-controlled state governments is being largely paid for by a single liberal benefactor: the billionaire philanthropist George Soros.Mr. Soros, the Hungarian-born investor whose first major involvement in American politics was a voter-mobilization drive in...

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