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According to new filings, George Soros' nonprofit system, the Soros Network, has funneled nearly $21 billion into left-leaning politics since 2000, the Capital Research Center reported.
The Soros Network, also referred to as the Open Society Network, consists of multiple private foundations and nonprofits that have served as some of the largest financial backers of left-wing politicians and activism around the globe.
In 2021 alone, Soros' organizations siphoned $2.7 billion into various left-leaning nonprofits, much of which went to "dark money" groups where the funds can no longer be tracked.
The Soros Network's main advocacy arm, the Open Society Policy Center, paid out nearly $577 million in grants in 2021.
New 2021 filings revealed that the Soros Network gave $36 million to Arabella Advisors, a philanthropic consulting company that funnels "dark money" to various nonprofits and individuals that "support policy advocacy on structural change," the CRC reported.
Arabella Advisors manages five nonprofit organizations, including the New Venture Fund, Sixteen Thirty Fund, Windward Fund, and Hopewell Fund, all of which serve as incubators for leftist nonprofits.
The Soros Network also gifted $22 million to another dark money group, Tides Advocacy.
Leading up to the 2022 midterm elections, the Voter Registration Project received $4.5 million from the Soros Network to register likely Democratic voters.
Another $20 million went to the Way to Win Action Fund, which spent $400,000 backing Democrat nominees in the January 2021 Georgia Senate special election.
Democrat Stacey Abrams, who lost two consecutive Georgia gubernatorial races, received $2 million from the Soros Network for "voting rights and election administration" advocacy.
The network gave NEO Philanthropy and its advocacy arm $21 million, some of which went to funding "advocacy on Latinx rights and empowerment" and registering "historically disenfranchised voters."
Left-leaning lobbying group America Votes, which described itself as "the largest grassroots voter mobilization effort in the country today," received $30 million from the Soros Network.
Courier Newsroom, a media outlet that accuses "right-wing media and political figures" of "purposefully spreading disinformation," was given $2.5 million.
The network provided $17.5 million to Color of Change, an organization started by the Obama administration. Color of Change has promoted government-run health care and the Green New Deal and launched several campaigns against conservative organizations.
Borealis Philanthropy, a group involved in identity-interest advocacy and organizing, received $21 million from the Soros Network.
In November, the Wall Street Journal reported that Soros was the largest donor in the midterm elections after funneling $128 million to Democratic committees.
The new reporting released by CRC reveals only a tiny fraction of the nearly $21 billion that George Soros and his nonprofits have gifted to left-leaning politicians and organizations worldwide since 2000 in an effort to influence global policy.
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Candace Hathaway is a staff writer for Blaze News.