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 June 1, 2023

George Soro's son, Alex Soros, visited the White House 17 times since 2021

Alex Soros, son of leftist billionaire George Soros, visited the White House 17 times since President Joe Biden was sworn in, Breitbart reported. It's unclear whether he met with the president, but the younger Soros often brags about his connection to Democratic lawmakers.

The visitor's logs from the White House typically list personnel who escort visitors to meet other officials. However, Alex Soros has reportedly met with top advisers such as Jon Finer, who is the principal deputy national security adviser, and others.

The Soros family are megadonors to Democratic candidates and, therefore, highly influential. Alex Soros has donated a total of $6 million to leftist politicians, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, who received a cool $2 million.

"Good to see majority leader earlier this week!" Alex Soros captioned a photo of him and Schumer on Instagram in July 2022. "Energized to elect at least two more Democratic senators so we can secure voting rights and a woman's right to chose!"

George Soros funneled $125 million to Democrats during the 2022 midterm elections through a super PAC. However, the most controversial contributions are those used to manipulate the criminal justice system courtesy of Soros-backed prosecutors.

These soft-on-crime candidates win thanks to a financial boost from George Soros. Then, the areas run by these progressives who won't enforce laws become crime-ridden and experience unprecedented spikes in the murder rate.

Through support for movements like Black Lives Matter, George Soros is essentially able to handpick officials who let criminals roam free. By slicing off a sliver of his $32 billion fortune to support candidates in key races, George Soros can remake society in whatever way he wants, the Washington Times reported.

So far, he's helped elect 75 prosecutors who are soft on crime across the U.S. Matt Palumbo, who penned "The Man Behind the Curtain" book warning about his influence, pointed out that by buying "local races, Soros is having an outsize impact on people’s lives."

"Flipping a legislature and changing the law is a lot more daunting than just electing one person who refuses to enforce the law," Palumbo said. Proof of this strategy can be found in the 2020 election of Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon.

After being sworn in, Gascon announced several crimes he would no longer prosecute and has subsequently stood by as the murder rate increased year over year. In 2019 there were 258 murders in the city, 355 in 2020, 397 in 2021, and a whopping 382 as of last year, representing a 55% increase.

Perhaps Alex Soros is also using the purse strings to further their agenda from the top down. The younger Soros chairs his father's radical Open Society Foundations network.

The stated mission is to support "freedom of expression, accountable government, and societies that promote justice and equality." However, mostly that comes in the form of supporting the worst of Democrats' pet causes and using the Soros fortune to further a leftist agenda.

The Soros family has an outsized influence on the political landscape in the U.S. while Democrats lament the problem of money in politics when it comes to people like the Koch brothers. However, George Soros has done more engineer of America's cities than any right-leaning donors could hope.

According to the official records, Alex Soros is definitely meeting with someone at the White House. Even if it isn't Biden, the Soros billions have already ensnared the Democratic Party -- and that's a problem.

Written By:
Christine Favocci

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