Anti-Gun Billionaire George Soros Donated $7 Million To Clinton Campaign Last Year

posted on February 2, 2016

Billionaire mogul George Soros is well-known for his 1998 frivolous lawsuit against gun manufacturers. His ultimate loss in court and the subsequent passage of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms act have done nothing to dampen his appetite for gun control, however. According to the most recent figures filed with the Federal Election Commission, out of the $112 million donated towards Hillary Clinton’s campaign in 2015, more than 6 percent came from Soros.

After donating $1 million to Priorities USA Action, a liberal super-PAC, early in the year, Soros donated $6 million more in December. According to The Hill, nearly a quarter of the $25 million the group raised for Clinton in the second half of 2015 came from Soros alone.

Unfortunately, the worst may be yet to come—in 2004, Soros donated a record $24 million to try to elect John Kerry. With financiers like Soros supporting anti-gunner Clinton, we must start mobilizing now to ensure freedom prevails this fall.

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