[Ed. – Seems like the word is getting out about Soros’s organized effort to affect down-ballot races and state questions.]
Pennsylvania State Sen. Scott Wagner (R-York) fired back at liberal billionaire George Soros after a group the activist funds allegedly sent a “tracker” to his private event.
Wagner, the Republican primary front-runner to challenge Gov. Tom Wolf (D-Pa.) next year, was speaking at an exclusive central Pennsylvania country club when he noticed an unfamiliar man in the back of the room with a camera.
After asking the man to leave, Wagner told the crowd “you’re about to see your senator in action” and walked over and temporarily confiscated the man’s recording device.
In a video posted to Facebook, Wagner said Soros was a million-dollar donor to the group that allegedly sent the tracker to his event.
“Mr. Soros, I have a message for you,” Wagner, also a waste management company executive, said. “I’m not going to back down from you or your bullies.”