Billionaire George Soros Turns on His Cash Spigot To Help Elect Clinton

George Soros, the eighty-five-year-old billionaire, has never lost his taste for a good political fight. Soros has been throwing money at liberal candidates for years. In 2004, he spent $27 million to eject George Bush from the White House, but that didn’t work. Soros pull himself out of the political contribution scene for years, but he’s back. Soros has already donated almost $25 million to get liberals elected on, and sources close to George say he’s willing to donate more to ensure Clinton defeats Trump in November.

Mr. Soros hasn’t always been a Hillary Clinton supporter, however. George Soros chose Obama over Hillary in 2008, and he was very vocal about supporting Obama in 2012, but he also told a Clinton ally that he made a mistake in 2008. But those remarks were played down by Soros aids that sad the remarks seemed to be meaningless dinner chatter. Whatever the comments meant, Soros has never been close to Obama, but he has been a Clinton friend for more than 25 years.

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Soros is spreading his donations around this year. The Hungarian-born graduate from the London School of Economics has donated $7 million to Priorities USA, a super PAC supporting Clinton. He also donated $2 million to American Bridge 21st Century. That super PAC is an opposition super PAC that is targeting Donald Trump. Soros also gave $5 million to Immigrant Voters another super PAC that is trying to get more Hispanics to vote. George Soros gave $5 million to a nonprofit group that is fighting conservation efforts and $700,000 to several Democratic committees. Soros added another $2 million to a group called American Voters and $1 million to state-based voter mobilization groups. Plus, in July, he gave $1.5 million to a Senate Majority PAC that helps Democratic Senate candidates. Source:

Trump is doing the work ISIS, according to George Soros. Trump represents the shadow personality in all of us, according to the philosophy graduate. It won’t surprise anyone close to Soros if George decides to spend more than the $27 million he spent to defeat Bush. Soros can afford it. His personal worth is estimated at $24.9 billion. George Soros’ Soros Management Fund has more than $30 billion in assets under management. Soros is the 27th richest person in the world, and he is getting richer every day. Soros recently returned to trading after a seven-year hiatus. Soros bought gold stocks recently, and that investment was more than a half a billion dollars. Soros is concerned about Europe’s economic situation as well as what’s is happening in China. He is still predicting a global recession, and now that the UK has decided to leave the EU, he thinks the United Kingdom is in for tough economic times.