The Soros family are the darlings of the Democrats. Their billions have been used for decades.
But what George Soros was caught doing on camera will make sick to your stomach.
A liberal Super PAC supported by billionaire George Soros is airing racially charged ads in Kentucky against Republican Daniel Cameron, who says his Democratic opponent should reject the “racist and hateful” assaults airing ahead of next month’s race.
The ad from Black Voters Matter Action PAC, an electioneering group that spends millions supporting Democratic candidates, refers to Cameron as “Uncle Daniel Cameron,” and uses the phrase “Skinfolk ain’t kinfolk” — a refrain used by black liberals to suggest that anyone who disagrees with them politically is a race traitor.
NEW: Soros-Funded PAC Labels Black Republican An Uncle Tom In Campaign Ad: ‘Skinfolk Ain’t Kinfolk’
Listen to the ad here: pic.twitter.com/1EtuQwz9IX
— Brent Scher (@BrentScher) October 27, 2023
The Black Voters Matter Action PAC has poured money into Kentucky, one of only a handful of states holding key elections next month.
The Super PAC has been holding events in Kentucky to assist Democrat Andy Beshear, the incumbent governor fighting for re-election. Its commercial was broadcast on WMJM Magic 101.3, an R&B station in Jeffersontown, Kentucky.
Cameron, Kentucky’s first black attorney general, claimed he has been subjected to similar “racist attacks” from the Left for years because he disagrees with their ideas.
“I never faced racism or discrimination while growing up or working in Kentucky until I decided to stand up to the national Democrat establishment.” Cameron told The Daily Wire about the radio commercial, which notified his campaign.
“I don’t support their policies, so the Left attacks me for my skin color.”
“I believe here in Kentucky you shouldn’t be judged by the color of your skin, but by the content of your character. The same cannot be said of Joe Biden, out-of-state, radical left interest groups, and the national Democrat Party, who think you can’t be black and conservative. I never faced racism or discrimination while growing up or working in Kentucky until I decided to stand up to the national Democrat establishment,” Cameron said.
Cameron called on Beshear to “condemn this racist and hateful ad being used to support his campaign.”
Beshear’s campaign did not respond to an inquiry about the ad. Alpha Media, the radio station’s owner, did not respond to a request for comment on its choice to play the attack ad.
Attempts to contact the Black Voters Matter Action PAC were futile.
Since 2020, the Super PAC running the ad has been active in southern states, garnering the greatest notice for its work in Georgia’s high-profile U.S. Senate campaigns.
According to Federal Election Commission filings, George Soros, through his Democracy PAC, has funded the group more than a million dollars.
Cameron has long been the target of political assaults based on his race. The Lexington Herald-Leader published a political cartoon depicting Cameron riding the coattails of the Ku Klux Klan during his successful 2019 campaign for attorney general.
This is what the @HeraldLeader —a “tolerant,” left-leaning newspaper—thinks about black folks who dare to be Republican. You’re a racist following the KKK unless you hate @realDonaldTrump. Let’s make history on November 5th and show we don’t take orders from the elites anymore. pic.twitter.com/gjnCT4eOsg
— Daniel Cameron (@DanielCameronAG) October 27, 2019
Due to his prosecution choices in the death of Breonna Taylor, the slogan “skinfolk ain’t kinfolk” was directed at him in 2020. Cameron termed the racist attacks at the time “repugnant.”
The quote is attributed to novelist Zora Neale Hurston and is used in current politics to signify “that some people of color may be agents of white supremacy and may actively discriminate against people of their same racial group,” according to researchers on the subject.
According to Cameron, “in Kentucky, you shouldn’t be judged by the color of your skin, but by the content of your character.”
On November 7, voters will decide whether or not to support Beshear. Polling in the state has been scant, although Beshear is leading.
Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.