George Soros made a heartfelt move of funding a protest movement with $33 million in Missouri. This was a vital role played by the billionaire. The funding was to help support existing groups which also participated in the activism. His support helped transform a protest movement. This protest movement shifted to a 24-hour intense event from a single day event. Many groups received the funding from Soros and teamed together to a greater force. They created an effect by using social media like facebook and twitter through a reference on columns of each other. This effect was termed as an echo chamber.
Various groups of activists were transported in buses from August to December to aid in the demonstration. This included groups such as Drug Policy Alliance and Road New York both which were funded by him. He went ahead to include local organizations in Missouri such as The Organization For Black Struggle. It is communicated that Michael Brown a Ferguson teenager had raised his hands before being shot and died. This was however falsely reported. Hands Up Coalition then promised to make the event a worldwide issue through recruitment and organization of youths across the USA. This brave move was by Soro backed by Samuel Dewitt who is a clergy representative.
Soros donation has also helped support African-American and Hispanic people in the candidature of vital roles. These people share same goals as Soro like reducing sentencing and directing drug offenders to other programs like rehabilitation. Some of the campaigns at district attorney level he participated include in Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Illinois and Florida. This has been possible by a network of groups both funded by Soro. Mr. Scott Collom, one of the elects funded by Soro in Mississippi, has represented a region with four counties on the eastern side. This has lasted for eight months now.
Mr. Scott plan is to put on trial brutal criminal offenders and not burden local penitentiaries with low degree drug offenders.Soro hipped huge amount of money after Mississippi and Louisiana races. This two were largest restrictions in the country. This funding helped Kim Foxx beat Anita Alvarez was holding the office. The primary campaign was delayed for 13 months. This was because Laquam McDonald was shot by police, from whom an official formal accusation for the offense was involved. Torrez Raul who vied for district attorney also got a narrow win in Albuquerque’s Bernalillo County. Torrez had received Soros support.