Stacey Abrams, a twice-defeated candidate for governor of Georgia, reportedly seems to have found a new side job advising George Soros’ political initiatives.
According to the mid-year report of his committee, the Democracy PAC, which Soros alone supports and has used to pump enormous sums into the political sphere, transferred $30,000 to Sage Works LLC in May for strategic consulting services.
Abrams is the owner of the Atlanta-based business Sage Works. On her financial disclosure form, the former Democratic candidate revealed that she serves as the company’s CEO as well. She incorporated the firm in September 2002, according to Georgia business records, and has continued to serve as its registered agent.
What work she has done specifically for Soros or his committee is unknown. By the time of publishing, his spokeswoman had not responded to a request for comment.
The billionaire paid Abrams’ company years earlier through a Georgia committee that he funded as part of his district attorney campaigns, even though this is the first publicly known payment from a Soros group to her company on a federal level.
In October 2016, according to a prior story from Fox News Digital, the Georgia Safety & Justice PAC paid Sage Works $15,000 for strategic consulting services.
This PAC was entirely funded by $147,000 by Soros. The consultancy fees were utilized by Soros to use the PAC to assist elect Darius Pattillo as the district attorney for Henry County.
The previous donation took place when Soros first started to target district attorney campaigns on a national level.
Soros sees prosecutors as a key player in reforming the criminal justice system because they choose which offenses to charge and which to drop.