And as George Soros fights, the media applauds his millions while screaming against thousands spent on Russian Facebook ads.
It is clear from the interview he gave that, despite the recent awakening to reality, nothing has changed. George Soros fights for globalism and will do so with his last dying breath. And the same media that claims that a few thousand dollars of Russian Facebook attacks are a national emergency and an act of war, completely sides with this foreign billionaire who tried to get a slate of district attorneys in office in California. That represents real micromanagement of the American legal environment but the media doesn’t care.
Of course, despite admitting he’s been living in a “bubble” (with Soros, I’m not even sure that’s figurative), Soros personalizes his enmity with Trump rather than dealing with millions of voters all over the world who find the implementation of his blueprint to be oppressive.
The Washington Post reports, “Billionaire George Soros faces renewed attacks with defiance.”
George Soros, the billionaire investor and liberal donor, sat in his hotel suite by Lake Zurich last week, lamenting the turn much of the world has taken in recent years: “Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong.”
His favored presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton, lost to President Donald Trump, whose “America First” platform runs counter to the globalism Soros embraces. Trump, he said, “is willing to destroy the world.” The European Union, which Soros once hoped would be so successful that he could end his charitable work in the region, is contending with the impending loss of Britain and a rise of anti-immigrant sentiment. And Soros himself has emerged as a political target in elections from Hungary to California, where his donations have been used as a cudgel against the causes he supports.
The 87-year-old Holocaust survivor, who has poured much of his fortune into promoting liberal values around the globe, is now confronting a wave of nationalist sentiment washing against issues he has championed.[…]
He acknowledges that the attacks can blunt his impact.
“It makes it very difficult for me to speak effectively because it can be taken out of context and used against me,” Soros said.
For all the billions of dollars at his disposal, Soros is also being forced to reckon with limits on his political influence in the United States. He acknowledged that he did not see Trump’s election coming. “Apparently, I was living in my own bubble,” he said.
The WaPo story acknowledges that he used to support both political parties back in the eighties and nineties.
But he turned decisively against Republicans after President George W. Bush invaded Iraq in 2003 based on faulty intelligence about weapons of mass destruction.
This is Fake News because the Democrats, including Clinton, were completely in favor of the invasion.
Naturally, Soros attributes his defeat to racism. That excuse never gets old for globalists.
In the final days of the White House race, Trump spoke in his closing television ad about sending a tough message to “global special interests” who wanted to control Washington, as images of Soros and other financial leaders who are Jewish flashed on the screen amid footage of Clinton.
Soros, who describes himself as an agnostic Jew, said he considered the ad “a coded anti-Semitic message.”
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