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The George Soros family has its tentacles deep within the administration of President Joe Biden and the records show it. Since the start of the administration, Soros’ son has visited top officials a the White House 14 times.
Alexander Soros, a massive Democrat fundraiser who brags about his relationships with world leaders as if he would have gotten them on his own, has had more than a dozen White House visits with top officials in the past two years.
The Post reported:
His latest trips include visiting Dec. 1 with then-White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain’s advisor Nina Srivastava, who also worked on Biden’s presidential campaign, the logs show.
Later that evening. the younger Soros was one of 330 people who attended a lavish state dinner on the White House South Lawn hosted by the president and First Lady Jill Biden honoring French President Emmanuel Macron and Macron’s wife, Brigitte.
A day later, Alexander Soros — who chairs the powerful, liberal grant-making network Open Society Foundations founded by his dad — met with both Advisor to the Counselor of President Mariana Adame and Deputy National Security Advisor Jonathan Finer, records show.
His previous White House meetings included earlier sitdowns with Adame on October 14; Srivastava on September 14; Finer on Dec. 15, 2021, and October 6 and September 15 of last year, according to records.
Soros also had meetings with Kimberly Lang, then a National Security Advisor executive assistant, on October 6; and former Klain advisor Madeline Strasser on Oct. 29, 2021, and April 22, 2022.
The visits are troubling to Mike Howell, who serves as the director of the Oversight Project for the Conservative Heritage Foundation, who said that the Soros family has already “done tremendous damage to our country.”
“The Soros agenda is one of death and destruction in the name of open borders and ending Western Civilization,” Howell said.
“The Biden administration and rogue prosecutor movement may be [its] most damaging purchase in America to date,” he said.
A list of the meetings shows how many times the younger Soros has visited the White House in the past two years.
- 12/2/2022: Mariana Adame, Advisor to the Counselor Steve Ricchetti
- 12/2/2022: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
- 12/1/2022: State Dinner on South Lawn for French President Emmanuel Macron attended by President Biden
- 12/1/2022: Nina Srivastava, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain
- 10/14/2022: Mariana Adame, Advisor to the Counselor Steve Ricchetti (x2)
- 10/6/2022: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
- 10/6/2022: Kimberly Lang, Executive Assistant to the National Security Advisor
- 9/15/2022: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
- 9/14/2022: Nina Srivastava, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain (x2)
- 4/22/2022: Madeline Strasser, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain
- 12/15/2021: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
- 10/29/2021: Madeline Strasser, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain
And it comes at a time when Soros has been linked to the indictment of former President Donald Trump as he donated, though not directly, significantly to the campaign of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
Soros issued a rare statement in an attempt to distance himself from Bragg after former President Trump was indicted by a grand jury.
“As for Alvin Bragg, as a matter of fact, I did not contribute to his campaign and I don’t know him,” Soros told Semafor. “I think some on the right would rather focus on far-fetched conspiracy theories than on the serious charges against the former president.”
In May 2021, Soros donated $1 million to the Color of Change PAC, which, shortly after receiving the donation, spent hundreds of thousands of dollars backing Bragg’s campaign.
“Federal Election Commission records show that Soros’ donation was the largest the Color of Change PAC received throughout the 2022 election cycle and ultimately made up roughly 25 percent of the $3.9 million the group hauled in,” Fox News reported.
Fox News added:
The financier’s district attorney operation usually involves his longtime treasurer, Whitney Tymas, establishing political action committees in states where he targets the races. Once set up, he injects money into the PACs, which tend to spend at least hundreds of thousands of dollars backing his preferred candidates.
Meanwhile, Soros’ family members did directly back Bragg’s campaign. Soros’ son, Jonathan Soros, and Jonathan’s wife, Jennifer Allan Soros, donated directly to Bragg’s committee, Fox News Digital previously reported.
Jonathan Soros sent a $10,000 check to the now-district attorney’s coffers on April 26, 2021, state filings show. Three days later, on April 29, Jennifer Allan Soros added a $10,000 contribution to the campaign. While other individuals provided more direct cash to his committee, the couple were among the field of some of its biggest donors. The contributions were also uncommon for the pair, as they generally do not get financially involved with district attorney races, though they have donated to other New York political campaigns and issue groups.