In many elections around the world there is often one common thread: George Soros probably has had a role in them.
Take the recent British elections. It didn’t seem wise that Theresa May called an election. Why would she do that? Supposedly she wanted a stronger hand in completing Brexit. But a report in The Sunday Express suggests something else may have taken place. Jean-Claude Juncker is President of the European Commission, one of the main institutions of the European Union. They are not for Brexit. Perhaps he whispered honeyed words in her ear:
A European Union source claimed: “During bilaterals, in the margins of summits, Juncker repeatedly told her (Theresa May) he thought she should do it (call for an election).”
A second diplomat told the Observer: “People don’t understand. We want a deal more than anyone. We are professionals, we have a mandate to get a deal and we want to be successful in that.”
Mr. Juncker and Mrs. May’s relationship has become increasingly strained in recent months, made even worse after it was revealed his team leaked details of a dinner between the pair at Downing Street.
Perhaps the Soros people in Europe worked with him. It would have been to their interest to have her fail.
At home, the Soros people are busy, too.
Josh Caplan on Twitter posted this: “Chuck Schumer had drinks yesterday with George Soros’s son Alex. Never forget who is in charge.:”
The poisoned apple doesn’t fall far from the poisoned tree does it?