Liberal billionaire George Soros did everything he possibly could to put failed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton into the White House — and her defeat was proof that money can’t buy happiness (or the presidency).
But Soros didn’t learn, and is already onto his next plot to rig the 2020 election in favor of the Democrats.
Democratic legislators in California just introduced the bill ACA 10, which would change the state’s voting age from 18 to 17, and is expected to be heard on April 6th.
Liberals are hoping the one year change could compensate for the slide in voter turnout that was observed in the presidential election.
While the sponsor of the bill, Evan Low, claims, “young people are our future,” and “changing the voting age will help give them a voice in the democratic process,” it’s not hard to gleen the true meaning behind the desperate measure.
Critics say it’s a pathetic attempt to rig the 2020 election.
Younger voters tend to vote for more liberal causes than their older counterparts. After an embarrassing defeat in the presidential election, liberals are doing everything they can, including changing the law, to ensure they receive enough votes to win in the upcoming election.
Soros’ Open Society Foundations is one of the groups backing FairVote, the organization behind the push for the age change.
And it’s not new behavior for Soros, who used his billions to attempt to fund Clinton all the way to the White House.
According to opensecrets.org, Soros Fund Management donated a whopping $10,554,093 to Clinton’s campaign, but not without a reward.
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Hacked emails from the Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta revealed that Clinton was Soros’ puppet, doing whatever was necessary to make him happy as long as the funds continued to roll in.
In one email, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook suggested Clinton appear at a fundraiser, “for political reasons (ie to make Soros happy).”
Since he didn’t get what he paid for last time around, it’s clear Soros is trying his hardest to get what he wants in 2020.
— The Horn News editorial team