Soros’s Foundation Commits $50 Million to Spur ‘Nonpartisan Civic Engagement’

Alex Soros, the son of left-wing billionaire mega-donor George Soros, and his father’s Open Society Foundations (OSF) on Tuesday announced a $50 million grant “to advance the nonpartisan civic participation of women and youth.” announced an investment of US$.

The young Mr. Soros, who frequently visits President Biden’s White House, revealed Invest in articles written by him on the OSF website. Despite his “nonpartisan” rhetoric, Soros was critical of former President Donald Trump, the leading Republican presidential candidate. and House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-Louisiana).

Notably, Soros opined about the “failures of the Trump administration” before mentioning an eight-figure effort to promote “bipartisan civic engagement” among women and young people.

She referenced the protests against “misogynistic policies” that occurred after the 2016 election, noting that the pink knit hat had become a symbol of solidarity among anti-Trump leftist women, and again using Trump’s name. was quoted.

As for Johnson, Soros called her a “public defender of state abortion bans” and argued that her appointment “only heightens the threat of further state encroachment on women’s bodily autonomy.”

as politiko Johnson pointed out, advocated This is because, as Soros has argued, states restrict abortion through laws, not bans.

Johnson co-sponsored a federal bill that would ban abortions when a fetal heartbeat is detected, usually around six weeks into pregnancy. The bill has exceptions for physical illnesses that endanger a pregnant person’s life, but not for psychological or emotional illnesses.

Apart from his overt opposition to Trump and Johnson expressed in his announcements, Soros’ “nonpartisan” rhetoric has so far This has been further undermined by President Joe Biden’s 20 meetings with the White House. :

by visitor logthe younger Soros visited Biden’s White House 15 times, met with officials 20 times, and attended French President Emmanuel Macron’s state dinner, which President Biden also attended.

His most recent visit appears to have been on May 31, 2023, and his “visitor” is known as “VPOTUS,” an abbreviation for vice president.

As Mansour noted, many of the other meetings involved national security officials from the Biden administration, but it is unclear what was discussed there. But she points out that Mark Leonard of the Council on Foreign Relations, which receives funding from Soros’ OSF, said: washington post Alex Soros is said to be keenly focused on the Ukraine war as a “clue” that could become a topic of discussion.

Alex Soros “is in daily contact with the Soros Foundation in Ukraine and is discussing policy toward Ukraine with governments,” Leonard said. post.



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