June 17, 2024

The Soros family helped fund New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg to the tune of more than $1 million

George Soros’s son Alex urged Democrats to make use of “every opportunity” to label Donald Trump a “convicted felon,” so that voters are forced to reckon with the fact the former president is now a criminal in the eyes of the law.

In a post on Twitter on Friday, Alex Soros wrote, “Democrats should refer to Trump as a convicted felon at every opportunity.

“Repetition is the key to a successful message and we want people to wrestle with the notion of hiring a convicted felon for the most important job in the world!”

The post linked to a news story which suggested that “Trump’s conviction could cost him the election.”

Democrats should refer to Trump as a convicted felon at every opportunity. Repetition is the key to a successful message and we want people to wrestle with the notion of hiring a convicted felon for the most important job in the country! ⁦⁦ https://t.co/WLLMWatlkP

— Alex Soros (@AlexanderSoros) May 31, 2024

The Soros family are directly implicated in Donald Trump’s historic conviction, through Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. In 2021, George Soros appears to have channeled $1 million to Bragg’s election campaign via a left-wing PAC called Color of Change. Another Soros son, Jonathan, and his wife Jennifer each contributed $10,000 to Bragg’s campaign.

For years, George Soros has led a determined campaign, through his Open Society Foundations and other fronts, to support left-wing causes across the US. In 2016, Politico hailed him for his “quiet overhaul of the US justice system.”

According to Politico, Soros identified that a disproportionate effect could be achieved by supporting the election of radical district attorneys. In 2016 alone, he pumped $3 million into seven local elections for district attorney, “a sum that exceeds the total spent on the 2016 presidential campaign by all but a handful of rival super-donors.”

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