Left-wing investor George Soros (now age 87) has reportedly shifted approximately $18 billion, the majority of his estimated fortune, into his Open Society Foundation. The Foundation has funded Liberal issues including: abortion, immigration, journalism, the Women’s March, the attacks on religious freedom, and many other left-wing causes.
Soros was also a large contributor to the fund-raising Super PAC group backing Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton last year, and donated at least $10.5 million to Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.
Soros is giving his foundation a big inflow of money in part to minimize a tax bill hedge fund managers are facing this year. So, as Mark Levin put it, “Soros avoids taxes and funds his hate America causes at the same time.”
As LifeNews reports:
OSF (Open Society Foundation) operates in seven different global regions including the U.S., Africa, Latin America and Europe. Through the various OSF branches, Soros has started revolutions, undermined national currencies and funded radical groups throughout the world.
According to the former U.S. Ambassador to Thailand Morton Abramowitz, Soros is the “only private citizen who had his own foreign policy.”
Because of his habit of causing instability, Soros has been denounced in many countries, and even banned from some.
For example, Russia described Soros as “a threat to the foundations of the constitutional system of the Russian Federation,” in 2015 and prohibited him from operating in the nation. A similar scenario played out in Russia in 2003 as well.
Soros’ own home-country Hungary announced in January 2017 it would “sweep out” NGOs funded by the liberal billionaire, Bloomberg reported. The Israeli foreign ministry backed Hungary’s decision, saying Soros “continuously undermines Israel’s democratically elected governments.”
OSF has repeatedly backed Palestinians against Israel, and condemns the so-called “Israeli occupation” of Gaza and the West Bank.”
By transferring $18 billion to OSF, Soros has signaled he intends this left-wing agenda to remain well-funded long after his death.”