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Neoliberal Oligarch George Soros Endorses Elizabeth Warren

The liberal megadonor came out for Warren.

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Billionaire oligarch George Soros all but endorsed Elizabeth Warren for President when speaking to the New York Times on Friday, explaining that he viewed the Massachusetts senator as the “most qualified” candidate for President.

Soros wasn’t explicit in giving Warren his full endorsement- likely hoping to preserve personal political access to other Democratic candidates should they win the nomination- but made it clear he was at least tacitly in her camp.

The Hungarian-born financier is one of the wealthiest people in the United States. He’s poured billions of dollars into promoting a globalist agenda, ranging from propping up progressive front groups to outright funding illegal immigration.

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Soros has a net worth of almost ten billion dollars, and has stashed countless billions more in his financial investment companies and liberal pressure group, the Open Society Foundations. He’d likely be liable to pay more in taxes under Elizabeth Warren’s proposed wealth tax policy plan.

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However, Soros’ endorsement may speak to the possibility that Warren wouldn’t actually enact a wealth act. If the megabillionaire were to use his vast personal fortune to support her candidacy, he’d likely possess great personal leverage over President Warren.

Soros had previously bemoaned what he perceived as his lack of influence within the Obama administration, stating that he would’ve preferred a Hillary Clinton presidency.

Soros also believes that Warren is the “clear cut person to beat” within the current structure of the Democratic Primary. He slammed President Donald Trump’s withdrawal of American forces from northern Syria, claiming that bringing home American troops from an endless war was damaging to the United States’ influence throughout the world.

As Warren is endorsed by the infamous oligarch, it’s worth questioning if she’s seeking the support of everyday, working-class American people or the widely detested political elite.

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Nine of the 2020 Forbes Ten Wealthiest Americans Are Democrat-Affiliated Liberal Megadonors

Pure oligarchy, greed and corruption.

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Forbes Magazine released its annual list of the 400 wealthiest people in the world this week, and nine of the top ten wealthiest Americans featured on the list appear to be staunch Democrats and liberal donors.

Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffett, Larry Ellison, Steve Ballmer, Elon Musk, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Alice Walton were named as the wealthiest American citizens, all possessing a personal net worth of over 60 billion dollars. Nearly all of them are closely affiliated with Democrat politics in various capacities, most commonly as lavish donors to Democrat campaigns and liberal political causes.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is the only exception, being a figure who appears unaffiliated with the political left, having donated considerably more money to Republicans than Democrats in the 2018 election cycle, although he donated to Hillary Clinton in 2016. Musk has vaguely affiliated himself with some conservatives, and opposed some of California’s coronavirus lockdown policies.

Bezos himself reportedly personally encouraged Mike Bloomberg to run for President, having feuded with President Trump personally at length over Amazon’s utilization of the Postal Service. He hasn’t donated to Biden, but his general affiliation with Democratic politics is indicated through his tacit Bloomberg endorsement.

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Alice Walton, a Walmart heiress, comes from a traditionally Republican family, but is a Biden donor with an extensive history of supporting Democrats. The rest of the top 10 are reliable Democrat donors, donating to Republicans rarely, if at all. Mark Zuckerberg occasionally depicts himself as a political centrist independent of Silicon Valley neoliberal politics, but the Facebook platform engages in prolific censorship of conservatives, without applying the same tactics to the political left.

The wealthiest billionaire oligarchs are determined to use their political power to crush the life prospects of the everyday American and the traditional middle-class American way of life. The political right and real conservatives should oppose them at every turn, reinstating an economic vision that upholds small businesses over multinational corporations and entrepreneurship at a local, community level as an alternative to the domination of monopoly billionaires.

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