New federal election commission records show that Soros is using his billions to take financial control of every aspect of the Democratic Party and its leadership – but the thing is, it’s not George Soros. It’s the son you’ve probably never heard of.
Alexander Soros serves on the board of his dad’s flagship “philanthropy,” the Open Society Foundation.
But he’s quietly stepped out of his dad’s shadow to become one of the leading political figures on the far-left – and the Democratic Party’s leading powerbroker.
He’s raising the financial stakes higher and higher in his not-so-hostile takeover of the nation’s oldest political party. Alex Soros gave $4.5 million to left-wing candidates and committees in the 2016 election season – up from a paltry $88,000 in 2014.
At one point last year, the younger Soros actually eclipsed the old man, giving $40,000 more to national politicians and campaigns than George Soros himself.
In all, Alex Soros donated $650,000 to Democrat candidates or the party itself – starting with literally owning a big part of the Democratic Party’s home base.
Soros gave $101,700 to the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC), so it can build a new headquarters. Yes, Alex Soros literally helped lay the foundation of the DNC. To sweeten the deal, he dropped another $33,900 for the general election.
But Soros doesn’t just want to own the building, critics say. He wants to own the people who work in it.
He maxed out his contributions to Rep. Keith Ellison, the deputy chair of the DNC.
A lot of Soros’ other donations went to obscure parts of the Democratic Party apparatus. They’re not well-known, at least outside D.C.’s halls of power. But they’re vital levers if you want to control the party.
Alex Soros gave the group trying to give Democrats control of the House – the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (DCCC) – a check for $203,400 for new buildings and renovations. He gave the DCCC another $33,900 just for the upcoming primaries.
And he invested deeply in funding recounts in elections nationwide – so expect a lot more contested elections and vote-stealing in your home state.
Soros gave identical donations to the group trying to win back the Senate, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC).
This isn’t because Soros supports the Democratic Party, although he does. He’s hoping his donations will buy him political influence for years, or decades, to come. He knows that politicians want to live large off his donations.
So, he’s flooding every level of the party with cash to complete the takeover.
But owning the national Democratic Party isn’t enough for Soros: He’s trying to take over every single party at the state level. He gave $10,000 each to state parties in Illinois, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
He’s even buying up the Senate, one senator at a time.
He posted pictures on social media of himself throwing back a few cocktails with Chuck Schumer, the top-ranking Democrat in the Senate. (He’d given Schumer the maximum contribution allowed by law, too.)
He’s made contributions to Democratic Senators Kirsten Gillibrand (New York), Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota), Chris Murphy (Connectucut), Claire McCaskill (Missouri), Bob Casey (Pennsylvania), Jon Tester (Montana).
One by one, they all fell into Soros’ deep pockets.
George Soros, who is 87, is worth an estimated $25 billion. Alex, who turns 33 this year, wants to control his share of that when his father dies. And he’s poised to become his successor as the world’s most powerful globalist.
Like his dad, he regularly wines and dines the powerful and privileged.
Alexander Soros had dinner with vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine just before the 2016 election kicked into high gear.
The same year, the Soros scion hosted Barack Obama in his New York City home. How many people have the president of the United States drop in for dinner? Corruption has its privileges.
Last June, he partied down with Chelsea Clinton and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky.
Don’t misunderstand: The young Soros loves to party. The gossip column Page Six reports that Alex spends his summers “shuttling models” to his home in the Hamptons, which sets him back $85 million to rent each year.
But the hard-drinking and selfie-taking aside, his nights with politicians aren’t social calls.
When Alex Soros talks to elected officials (or their family members), he’s giving them his dad’s marching orders. They’re to obey and implement Soros’ one-world socialist agenda – or else the money disappears.
With billionaire Tom Steyer saying he’s no longer donating to the Democratic Party, the party needs Soros’ money more than ever. It’s a symbiotic relationship, and they’re both happy to play their parts. The Democrats are selling out America, and Soros is paying top-dollar for political power.
When you hear “Democratic Party,” think “Soros and Sons.”
— Frank Holmes is a reporter for The Horn News. He is a veteran journalist and an outspoken conservative that talks about the news that was in his weekly article, “On The Holmes Front.”