Left-wing globalist billionaire George Soros has been a very busy man of late.
That last-minute accuser who came out of the woodwork to say Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh pinned her down and touched her 35-odd years ago?
Her lawyer is vice chair of a Soros-funded organization that is opposing Kavanaugh.
FrontPage Magazine reports Washington lawyer Deborah Katz is “vice chair of the board of the Project On Government Oversight,” a group funded by Soros’s Open Society Foundations.
The official website of the Soros organization confirms that POGO has been a “grantee” since at least 2009.
This isn’t the only highly prominent current attack on the Trump administration to be tied to Soros.
Liberty Nation reported on Sept. 16 that the George Washington University department that produced a report significantly raising the death toll in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria in 2017 has been funded by Soros for years.
The dubious report was quickly seized upon by a complicit media to slam President Trump.
And then there is the Florida governor’s race, where progressive candidate Andrew Gillum used a huge late influx of cash from Soros to capture the Democratic nomination.
“Soros, who already contributed $1 million to [Gillum’s political committee] Forward Florida, is giving another $250,000,” Politico reported five days before the Aug. 28 primary.
“And currently anonymous donors affiliated with [liberal billionaire Tom] Steyer and Soros plan to give at least $100,000, [Steyer spokeswoman Olivia] Bercow said.”
Conservative citizen journalist Joe Biggs posted a tweet on Aug. 29 with a video clip in which Gillum states he has “a 15-year-relationship” with Soros.
— Joe Biggs (@Rambobiggs) August 30, 2018
Gillum has released records of a trip he took in 2016 with a lobbyist who is under investigation in an FBI probe of corruption in Tallahassee, where Gillum has served as mayor since 2014.
The records reveal Soros’s Open Society Foundations paid for his hotel room during the trip.
All this is just what Soros has been up to in the United States of late.
He continues to be his usual destructive influence abroad as well.
Subverting Free Nations
Soros heavily backs Amnesty International, which has announced it will try to thwart the democratic process in Romania and squelch a referendum to change the nation’s constitution to define marriage as being between “a man and a woman,” Agence France-Presse reports:
“The mooted referendum to change the definition of family in Romania’s constitution could lead to a breach of international human rights standards and pander to homophobic discrimination in the country,” an Amnesty International official told AFP.
So Soros money is going to a group dedicated to preventing a supposedly independent nation from deciding its own constitutional values because that may violate “international” standards that just happen to fall into line with the principles of a left-wing globalist billionaire.
Soros injected Amnesty International Ireland with a significant cash boost before that nation’s abortion referendum in May. Amnesty played a major role in helping to legalize infant murder in the formerly staunchly Catholic nation, further weakening traditional Irish identity and bringing the small country ever closer into the globalist fold.
One Universal Goal
Everywhere you see Soros in action one theme remains constant: Anything that can undermine the idea of nationalism in sovereign countries is to be encouraged, via a lavish infusion of money.
Brexit hero Nigel Farage said it best when addressing Hungary’s Viktor Orban at the European Parliament shortly after the European Union announced punitive measures against the Central European nation for refusing to take in the floodtide of refugees that Soros’s globalist comrades demand.
“They want to strip you of your voting rights, they want to stop giving you European funding,” Farage said to Orban.
“And all of it because you have the audacity to stand up to George Soros.
“The man who has put $50 billion all over the world in trying to break down the nation states.
“To get rid of our traditional forms of democracy.”
As the champions of sovereign nationhood endeavor to salvage their imperiled homelands from the tightening grip of globalism, Soros has proven tireless himself in working to assure his vision of an internationalist future.