If Hillary Clinton becomes the President of the United States, then liberal billionaire George Soros becomes the most powerful person on the planet. EARLIER TODAY, DML POSTED A VIDEO OF SOROS STATING HE WANTS ONE-WORLD-GOVERNANCE (SEE IT WITH YOUR OWN EYES BY CLICKING HERE).
That said, WikiLeaks has unleashed another flood of emails showing Soros was the VIP to be pleased by all Clinton aides and team members, almost at any cost. A new batch of John Podesta emails show Clinton was advised to do fundraisers and profiting events for one simple reason: to make Soros “happy.”
Example 1: On Oct. 7, 2014, top aide Huma Abedin wrote an email to campaign manager Robby Mook that Soros is expecting Clinton to appear at a fundraiser for America Votes, a liberal Soros-funded organization. “I would only do this for political reasons (ie to make Soros happy),” Mook replied.
Example 2: On Jan. 23, 2011, Soros wrote a specifically scripted email to Clinton regarding a “a serious situation” in Albania, claiming certain actions needed to be done “urgently.” He suggested appointing a mediator, Miroslav Lajcak. The next day, Lajcak met Albanian leaders for a mediation effort.
Example 3: This one is downright sinister in nature. Hours after Justice Antonin Scalia was reported dead on Feb. 13, 2016, Chris Stone, the president of the Open Society Foundations that Soros funds, cryptically emailed Podesta the following: “Remember our discussion of Wallace Jefferson, [former] Chief Justice in Texas?” Podesta’s simple response: “Yup.”
Other examples of emails show a plethora of Soros’ policy beliefs and suggestions being passed on to Clinton and Podesta: An invitation to the screening of a film about climate change at Soros’ house in July 2015; a short documentary based on Soros’ essays about Ukraine in January 2015; a Soros-authored piece titled “Recapitalize the Banking System” in October 2008; the crisis in Malaysia and TPP.
In the end, if Hillary and her team are the acting puppets, Soros is the man in the shadows pulling the strings.
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