Biden’s ‘TikTok Army’ received $5.5M from Soros to push left-wing causes

Biden’s ‘TikTok Army’ received $5.5M from Soros to push left-wing causes

George Soros is financing an army of Gen-Z TikTokers to push his extreme left-wing causes, praise President Joe Biden, and bash conservatives, a review of public documents and social media show.

Soros’ Open Society Foundation shelled out $5.5 million to the nonprofit Accelerate Action Inc. in 2020 and 2021 — which in turn gave at least $300,000 in 2022 to another nonprofit, Gen Z for Change, which boasts a network of 500 “activists, organizers, and creators,” tax filings show.

The woke foot soldiers regularly go into battle on behalf of abolishing border enforcement, defunding cops, and ending cash bail according to their website.

Throughout his term in office, President Biden has looked to Gen Z for Change and other so-called social-media stars to sell his policy agenda.

In March 2022, top White House officials briefed them on the ongoing US effort in Ukraine.

They gabbed with Surgeon General Vivek Murthy about coronavirus and sat for meetings with Biden in the Oval Office.

The confabs were the subject of a Saturday Night Live Cold Open that same month.

In recognition of their contributions, Gen Z for Change was invited to the White House to witness the signing of the Inflation Reduction Act.

“We are unequivocally supportive of Medicare for all, the Green New Deal, Palestinian liberation, [and] a plethora of progressive policies that a vast majority of Gen Z supports,” group founder Aidan Kohn-Murphy told his 288,000 TikTok followers in a message Wednesday.

Kohn-Murphy himself has overseen partnerships with the White House and Democratic National Committee, according to his speakers bureau.

Victoria Hammett, 24, the group’s deputy executive director, frequently sounds off on women’s issues and abortion.

Roughly two-thirds of Accelerate Action’s $8.3 million for 2020 and 2021 came from Soros.

Accelerate Action is the only nonprofit that has donated to Gen Z for Change, according to the latest publicly available tax records.

The middle-man nonprofit has little public-facing presence beyond a spartan website with a brief mission statement that declares its purpose is to “develop and test new models for citizen organizing, particularly in communities of color. . . and develop deep, trusted relationships that can move people to take action.”

No tax forms for Gen-Z for Change are publicly available on the IRS website.