George Soros thought 2018 was the year all the pieces would fall into place.
He poured his resources into causes and Democrat candidates so that Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer could impeach Donald Trump.
But Soros’ underhanded plot just collapsed in this shocking way.
George Soros Funds Effort To Steal The Florida Senate Race
The Democrats hopes for impeachment rested on taking back the Senate.
They needed to flip two seats and hold onto their own seats.
They achieved the first part when they defeated two Never-Trump RINOs in Arizona and Nevada.
But Democrats suffered losses in Indiana, Missouri and North Dakota.
In Florida, anti-gun Republican Rick Scott appeared to lead Democrat Senator Bill Nelson on Election Night.
Then the funny business began.
Broward County – led by the incompetent and corrupt Democrat election supervisor Brenda Snipes – suddenly produced thousands of mysterious ballots that narrowed Scott’s lead to a small enough margin to force a machine recount.
The whole thing smelled fishy.
Republicans cried foul and Scott sued to stop Snipes from counting ballots that were submitted after the deadline.
Three groups funded by Soros’ Open Society Foundation – Common Cause, the League of Women Voters, and the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School – fought Scott in court.
In the end, Judge Jack Tuter sided with the Soros-affiliated groups and allowed Snipes to count the contested ballots.
Soros Groups Celebrate A Short-Lived Victory
The Soros-affiliated groups cheered Judge Tuter’s ruling.
Common Cause’s executive director, Anjenys Gonzalez-Eilert, declared, “This is a win for Florida voters because counting every eligible vote is how democracy is supposed to work.”
“Tossing out timely ballots would have been a gross injustice and this ruling will restore the faith of voters in the process,” she continued.
“This is a victory for democracy, and most important, for the people of Florida,” Patricia Brigham, the president of the League of Women Voters of Florida, told reporters. “Voters who cast their ballots on time deserve to have their voices heard.”
“We had a senate campaign attempt to recklessly and improperly reject the voices of eligible voters during the ballot counting process, and today, those shameful attempts were beaten back,” Myrna Pérez, deputy director of the Brennan Center Democracy Program, exclaimed. “We’re proud to represent the people of Florida to ensure their rights are upheld, their voices are heard, and their will at the ballot box is protected.”
But their victory was short-lived.
By Friday, Soros and the left’s plan to steal the Florida Senate race blew up.
The machine recount actually showed Scott had expanded his lead.
Nelson was counting on the “undervote” – votes that the machine recorded for other races except Senate – would show him gaining a substantial number of votes.
That did not happen.
There was no machine error.
Scott called on Nelson to concede, but Nelson continued the Democrats assault on our institutions by not immediately offering a concession when it was apparent he could no longer win.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.