George Soros Gives $246M To 'Day Without Women' Protest Groups
Billionaire investor funded over 100 partners
Billionaire philanthropist, George Soros, has given an eye-watering $246million to the groups behind the Day Without a Woman protest according to reports.
The think tank Media Research Center claims the billionaire investor had funded 100 partners who are supporting the women's causes between the years 2010 and 2014.
Soros was accused of being the driving force behind the 'Anti Trump' protests in the US and has also come under fire recently for "meddling" in other countries affairs, a number of European countries have joined forces to ban his NGO's.
The DailyMaily reports: Contributions were given to organizations such as Planned Parenthood, Human Rights Watch, the Center for American Progress, with the top recipient being the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) who received $37.3million.
Billionaire businessman George Soros, 86, has reportedly given $246million to 100 out of 544 groups behind the Day Without a Woman protest
The 86-year-old investor is said to have a net worth of $25.2billion.
The Day Without a Woman strike took place on Wednesday, as part of International Women's Day, where females were encouraged to wear red and not attend work. .
Schools across at least four states were closed so staff members can take part in the protest, according to Fox News.
Soros has been known to back abortion and is a well-known supporter of American liberal politics.
The billionaire has also been openly critical Donald Trump and has called the president a 'would-be dictator.' Soros previously slammed Trump's administration calling them a 'cabinet of incompetent extremists.