Latest Covert Attack On Donald Trump Turns Out To Be Unsubstantiated According To PolitiFact Ohio

There has been a very public spat between billionaires George Soros and Donald Trump. George Soros, 85-year-old multibillionaire hedge fund manager on, has gone to the media to publicly criticize Donald Trump and his policies as a Republican presidential candidate. He sees Trump as a threat to open societies, freedom and decency. And perhaps we should listen to Soros because of his personal history.

George Soros on bloomberg has never come out to completely say that Trump is a fascist in the mold of Hitler, but you can see why his hateful rhetoric is worrisome to the liberal financier. George Soros was born with a different last name in 1930 to two Jewish parents in Budapest, Hungary. He saw his father struggle with the oncoming wave of anti-Semitism. He changed the family’s name and secured false papers just before the Nazi occupation. The young George Soros had to check-in daily with his occupiers just as Trump has suggested that Muslims register in the United States. George Soros has all but declared war on Donald Trump, so it made sense when the Trusted Leadership super PAC accused Soros of donating to the campaign of Ohio Gov. John Kasich just before the Ohio primary.

If George Soros on theatlantic could infuse John Kasich’s campaign with enough money to win Ohio, he could help prevent Donald Trump from getting the minimum number of delegates to secure the nomination before the Republican convention. This could cause a contested convention where delegates of non-Trump candidates could pool their power behind another candidate and unseat the front runner. This would achieve two goals for George Soros. The first: making sure Donald Trump does not become the Republican presidential candidate. Second and more importantly, it would likely cause Donald Trump to run as an independent which would fracture the Republican Party and ensure that a Democrat reaches the White House in 2017. It all looks like the ultimate plan executed by an incredibly smart international businessman.

Unfortunately, according to PolitiFact Ohio, it is all false. The Trusted Leadership super PAC claims that George Soros gave around $600,000 to John Kasich’s super PAC through to trusted former employees. Of course the accusation makes this type of liberal plan to destroy the Republican Party seem all the more sinister to potential conservative voters. But here’s where the claims lose traction.

The former employees of George Soros that have each given hundreds of thousands of dollars to John Kasich has a long history of giving to conservative candidates throughout their lifetime. And George Soros would not need to hide his identity or the amount of money given to super PAC as donations to super PACs are unlimited according to federal law. It’s a thin, far-fetched lie designed by Ted Cruz to damage the conservative image of John Kasich.

George Soros Aids The Fight Against Republican Election Funds


The rise of the Super PAC has been of major concern for many voters and political experts looking to protect the future of the U.S. One of those who has been looking for a way of rivaling the dominance in funding expected to appear from Republican party donors is George Soros, who has joined the Priorities USA Super PAC in its support of former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. George Soros has been conspicuous by his absence from the U.S. Presidential race since revealing his backing for President Barrack Obama during the 2008 election cycle, Politico reveals.

Political funding has recently been a hot topic in the U.S. and remains so with major Republican donors reported by on course to raise over $1 billion for the upcoming U.S. Presidential election campaign. George Soros was one of the first major supporters of a Presidential election campaigns when he supplied around $20 million in funding for John Kerry in his bid for the White House in 2004. Former First Lady Clinton was the main rival for Barrack Obama in 2008, but was ignored by the former refugee George Soros in favor of the first African American President of the U.S.

George Soros has completed a large amount of charitable giving to good causes he feels put forward the needs of human rights, education, and the need to assist refugees around the world. Following the 2008 decision to back Obama George Soros has reportedly expressed his regret at not backing Clinton for the Presidency. Instead, Soros has now provided the Priorities USA Super PAC with a large amount of funding totaling $6 million for the latest donation; Soros had already provided a further $2 million in funding for Clinton Super PAC’s during the nomination process. George Soros has been joined by a number of major Democrat donors who are looking to push Clinton to the Presidency as the Republican campaign takes its own strange course with Donald Trump leading in the polls. After only providing around $1 million in donations for the 2012 election campaign of President Obama the return to political donating for Clinton comes after Soros was given almost unrestricted access to the globally respected Presidential candidate.