George Soros is a wicked person. In actuality, he is among the most malevolent figures influencing politics in the West and America today, as well as world affairs in general.
This kind of direct expression of opinion does not constitute antisemitism or offensive Jew-baiting. It’s just a matter of expressing one’s viewpoint about one of the world’s most powerful political donors, “philanthropists,” and social activists—someone who spends enormous sums of money to destabilize and reshape entire nations, spanning at least five different continents, in his terrifying vision.
George Soros Thinks He is “Some Kind of God” and That Made Him Uncomfortable Until He “Started Living It Out.” No Really, He Said This.
Soros was the single biggest individual donor of the previous election cycle, having directly contributed $128.5 million to the U.S. midterm elections. He has invested forty million dollars in the effort to elect nationwide radical left-wing “reform prosecutors”; he has been open and honest about this, even defending the idea in a Wall Street Journal op-ed published last summer. In that endeavor, he has been dishearteningly successful, electing 75 district attorneys, including Kim Foxx of Chicago, Alvin Bragg of New York City, and Chesa Boudin of San Francisco (who was thankfully recalled). These attorneys oversee an oxymoronic and decivilizational prosecutorial agenda that does not prosecute violent or property crimes. Put simply, Soros bears the greatest share of the blame for the decline of some of America’s most famous cities into anarchic hell holes.
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