First, it might cost Soros another $8 million, not that he will notice. That brings us to the second benefit.
Second, maybe people will stop referring to the Republicans as the party of the rich and special interests. It seems to me that the rich of America are financing the left. This is a good example of it.
Third, it might encourage people to read their Constitution. It has come out that Jon Ossoff, the Democrat does not live in the district he is running for. That is okay. What the Constitution says in Article 1, Section 2 is,
“ be an inhabitant of that state in which he shall be chosen.”Of course it says the same thing about the Senate and I can guarantee we will not hear anything about Hillary Clinton being elected from New York.
So let the games continue.
homo unius libri