Skip to comments.Defunct or Lying Low? Once Powerful Soros-Backed Project Goes Mysteriously Silent
Posted on 10/24/2012 6:48:51 AM PDT by george76
The Secretary of State Project, the once influential group backed by billionaire philanthropist George Soros, has either gone into hiding or informally disbanded.
What happened? Did the group just disappear? Well, before we investigate the groups possible demise, perhaps a quick history lesson is in order.
In most states the secretary of state is the chief elections officer, so putting left-wingers in the often-overlooked but critically important office allows these political radicals to manipulate the electoral process, writes Matthew Vadum for the American Spectator.
This is what liberals call election protection, he adds.
Add billionaire donor George Soros and the Democracy Alliance, a billionaires club that funds left-wing political infrastructure, to the mix and the Secretary of State Project quickly became an organization capable of making or breaking candidates running for state secretary.
Its a brilliant idea, really: form a group capable of donating massive amounts of cash to a like-minded candidate running for an office that although commonly overlooked, and therefore relatively cheap to campaign for, is responsible for certifying elections.
After all, as Vadum notes, it was Joseph Stalin who once said: The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.
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Ask any infantryman: once you’re in position, you wait under cover and concealment and do nothing until you receive the go-code, then the assault begins.
That’s why it’s gotten so quiet recently...
These people do not go away. They do not quit.
Their abiding hatred of freedom, liberty, and of all things American makes rest impossible for them.
My money is on laying low. After all, these are the people who gave my neighbors in Minnesota Sec. of State Mark Ritchie, the man who ginned up enough ballots to steal a U.S. Senate seat for Al Franken and who I’ve heard is still tampering with the ballot language on two otherwise pretty straightforward ballot initiatives: one requiring photo ID to vote and the other banning gay marriage.
According to this morning’s headlines, they’re on the job in North Carolina, making sure the voting machines work
(in)correctly. Romney votes cast are tallying for Oblaba.
Wall Street Insider had a meeting with George Soros. Not even George wanted the world to go as crazy as it has recentely.