George Soros is 89 years old, but by gosh, before he dies, he’s going to see to the internal destruction of #america.
At least that’s how it seems.
How else can we listen to his words in #davos , #switzerland , track his funding of #american #political races and pay attention to what he says about #presidentdonaldtrump , #capitalism , and the #leftist causes he backs and the leftist #opensocietyfoundations he runs, and come to any other conclusion?
In the last few years, #soros has taken to trying to take over local #lawenforcement agencies by pumping massive amounts of money into #candidates he favors in key #districtattorney races. “George Soros’ quiet overhaul of the #us #justicesystem ,” Politico reported, way back in August of 2016.
It continues in present day. “PAC funded by #georgesoros pumps nearly $1 million into local races for #prosecutor , ” The Washington Post reported in June, about the money from the Justice and #publicsafetypac that went to the left-leaners of both #arlingtoncounty , #virginia , and #fairfaxcounty , Virginia, commonwealth’s #attorney races.’ “Soros Adds Intrigue and $800,000 to D.A. Race, Backing Progressive,” The #newyork Times reported in November.
The district attorney’s office is one of the first local lines of defense of #theconstitution and the #ruleoflaw. That means the potential for immediate progressive impact is huge — and it’s an impact that can be had without all that costly political fighting over, say, a senator’s seat, or a #supremecourt slot.
Buying D.A. seats gives you good bang for the buck, in other words. And oftentimes, quietly, unbeknownst to those who might oppose.
That doesn’t mean #soros isn’t busily buying into congressional races, too. or the #media. Or — and this, particularly in recent months — the grassroots.#democracyalliance , a nonprofit founded in 2005 to advance a progressive vision throughout America, and funded by wealthy #elites , recently shifted its charitable giving strategy from think tanks in high-powered #washingtondc ., to small, mostly unknown groups in various communities. Why?
Call it — once again — under-the-radar influence.
Politico in 2018 described the process: “Ke