Billionaire George Soros who donates millions to woke, left wing causes, has just bolstered California Governor Gavin Newsom’s coffers as he is just shy of two weeks out from the California recall election.

Fox News reported, Soros donated $500,000 to “Stop the Republican Recall of Governor Newsom” organization on Monday.

According to financial disclosure records, Soros had already given $500,000 to the liberal organization bringing his total donation to a whopping $1 million.

The highly contentious recall election was started by very dissatisfied Californian over Newsom’s draconian mandates surrounding Covid-19 that hurt millions of businesses, not to mention his mishandling of the states forests that have burned well over a million acres with several still raging.

Newsom has raised more money than the long list of challengers but thanks to conservative radio host, Larry Elder, the race is much closer than many believed it would become.

Democrat organizations and news outlets have been throwing hardballs at Elder. They have compared Elder to former President Donald Trump.

Newsom attacked Elder in a fundraising email calling Elder “Larry Trump.”


The email suggested Trump and Elder “are basically the same.”

“If this guy is governor during delta it would lead to extraordinary suffering,” Newsom said in the email. “His anti-science approach would move our planet backward in the race against a changing climate. He would be a disaster for California.”

A recent poll conducted by SurveyUSA and the San Diego Union-Tribune shows the recall Newsom momentum may be fading.

“The most recent poll, conducted among 1,250 Californians between Aug. 26 and Aug. 28, shows 51% of respondents voting “no” on the recall ballot’s first question (Shall Gavin Newsom be recalled?), with 43% voting “yes” and 6% undecided. The previous poll found 51% voting “yes” and 40% voting “no.”

The gubernatorial recall election is scheduled for Sept. 14. Many have already mailed in their ballots for which there has been a number of concerns raised “sketchy” ballot envelope and the integrity of the election.

A lot can happen in two weeks. We’ll see if Elder can pull it out, making him the first Black governor in the history of California.

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