Alexander Soros, an avid Democratic fundraiser who likes to brag about his connections to world leaders and celebrities on social media, had at least 12 meetings with White House officials in 2022, according to visitor logs from the White House. Soros, 37, also participated in two other conversations in the administration at the end of 2021.
His latest trips include a Dec. 1 meeting with White House Chief of Staff Ron Klein’s adviser, Nina Srivastava, who also worked on Biden’s presidential campaign. Later that evening, Soros Jr. was one of 330 people who attended a lavish state dinner hosted by President and First Lady Jill Biden in honor of French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Bridget. on the South Lawn of the White House.
A day later, Alexander Soros, who heads the influential liberal grant-making network Open Society Foundations founded by his father, met with both Deputy Presidential Advisor Marian Adams and Deputy National Security Advisor Jonathan Feiner. All his meetings were held exclusively with senior US administration officials.
On his many social media accounts, he happily posts photos with former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and Cindy McCain, who was the United States Ambassador to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Agency. and is the widow of the late former Senator John McCain. In other photos, Alexander Soros stands next to former US President Barack Obama, as well as Senate Majority Leader Democrat Chuck Schumer and Macron.
The White House has not commented on why Soros Jr. so often and easily receives audiences in the administration that other influential politicians and businesspeople do not.
The answer lies in the role of his father, or rather, in his influence on the current administration. The Soros family has recently come under fire for their role in promoting Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, whose investigation of Trump led to the former White House chief’s indictment last week. And it was Bragg, who is leading the Trump case, who has become the “point” in the Democrats’ and Biden’s fight against the 45th President of the United States.
Fox News previously reported that in May 2021, George Soros donated $1 million to Color of Change, a far-left political action committee that spent a lot of money supporting Bragg’s candidacy. . Soros’ son, Jonathan Soros, and Jonathan’s wife, Jennifer Allan Soros, also donated directly to Bragg’s campaign, according to his New York campaign finance reports.
According to Mike Howell, director of the Oversight Project at the Conservative Heritage Foundation, the young Soros’s easy access to the White House is concerning given that the Soros family has already “done massive damage” to the United States. “Soros’ agenda is death and destruction in the name of opening borders and destroying Western civilization,” he told Fox News Digital. “The left is addicted to their money, and they don’t even bother to hide it anymore.” “The Biden administration and the fraudulent prosecution movement is perhaps their (Sorosov – ‘RG’ note) acquisition the most destructive in America today,” the expert added.
George Soros has set his sights on several runs for prosecutors in recent years, allocating millions of dollars for the purpose. This is personally handled by longtime Soros treasurer Whitney Thymas, who creates political action committees (PACs) in states where prosecutors are of interest to the billionaire. Once established, the financier injects money into PACs, which typically spend hundreds of thousands of dollars supporting their preferred candidates. PACs usually dissolve after the election of prosecutors.
According to Matt Palumbo, author of The Man Behind the Scenes: Inside George Soros’ Secret Web, the influence of the Soros family on White House politics has never been greater. “Everywhere in the White House, somewhere, there’s a ‘compartment’ of Soros, and his son is his father’s new ambassador,” Palumbo said.
He added that after the 2020 presidential election, the Biden transition team was filled with liberals associated with the Soros network, and currently the White House under Biden is filled with Soros supporters. Among them was Klein, a board member of the lobbying wing of the Soros-funded Center for American Progress, a think tank that promotes abortion rights, climate change policy and other causes. liberal.
The 92-year-old architect of chaos, George Soros, has generally kept a low profile for decades, wielding influence, making quiet donations to left-leaning candidates and funneling money to liberal causes through his Open Society foundations and the nonprofits he founded. Soros Sr., whose payment to color change was part of a larger effort to fund a criminal justice revolution to abolish bail and defund the police, denied direct support for Bragg’s campaign or even the knowledge of a pro-crime district and proactive developments of police officers suspected of using violence.
Alexander Soros’s politics are more like an open book than his father’s, says . The younger Soros has individually donated more than $11 million to left-leaning political action committees since 2010, including $2 million in 2018 to the Senate Majority PAC, which is heavily influenced by the Chief Justice. aforementioned Democratic majority, Chuck Schumer. According to Tom Fitton, president of the conservative law enforcement group Judicial Watch, don’t be distracted by Alexander’s name in the visitation log. “He’s George Soros’ representative, who they want to meet in the Biden White House. He’s still in charge, it’s his money, his funds,” Fitton concluded.
It is Alexander who appears the closest of the eldest Soros’ five children to leading his father’s multi-billion dollar political and charitable empire, said Scott Walter, chairman of the conservative think tank Capital Research Center. “Like his father, he is close to the White House and congressional leaders who are willing to take instructions from the family on issues such as crime, immigration, electoral politics, etc. This is happening because the Soros use all types of donations: money for parties, independent spending groups and so-called charities,” Walter told the Washington Examiner.