George Soros isn’t well liked among conservatives.
And that might be putting it mildly.
Which is why so many cheered when Soros lost over $1 billion in the stock market after Donald Trump won the presidential election. That just made our day here at RWR, that’s for sure.
But whenever President Trump can take more potshots at this decidedly evil man named Soros, we’ll support it.
And the more Trump pours money and jobs into the U.S. economy, the more Soros and the rest of his ilk will squirm, which is always an added bonus.
The methods used by people like Soros are despicable when you consider that they are most often funneled (on purpose) through so many multiple channels, organizations, and shadow corporations as to make it appear to the uninformed as if all Americans view the Republican Party as a group of reprobates, bent on the annihilation of the country and the world.
As the “destroyer of nations”, George Soros is well-familiar with the science and psychology of instilling fear, panic, and hatred into the masses in order to more easily control their actions.
He is a masterful puppeteer who had the ability to not only pull the strings of the Hillary Clintons and the Barack Obamas of the world, but could also bet on the outcomes of such manipulation in a safe attempt to line his pockets with gold and silver.
Now, however, Trump has drawn his sword with the intentions of slaying the “destroyer of nations”!
“A document from the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) indicates that Donald Trump took steps last week to outmaneuver nonprofit organizations, leaving them unable to officially campaign against him over the next few years of his Presidency.
Filed on January 20th, 2017, the letter states that, while not an official announcement for reelection, Donald Trump has filed an FEC Form 2 in order to ‘ensure compliance with the Federal Election Campaign Act.’ This is an unprecedented, although legal, move for the President to make. Barack Obama did not file for his 2012 re-election bid until April 2011. Having filed (even if not formally announcing a bid) as a candidate, Trump would be able to coordinate with PACs and other similar organizations.
More importantly, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations would no longer be able to engage in ‘political speech’ which could theoretically affect the results of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election without running the risk of losing their nonprofit status. The move effectively bars interest groups from creating nonprofits which they could funnel money into for the purposes of opposing Trump’s initiatives.
This will likely create chaos for political opponents of Trump such as George Soros, who has sunk significant amounts of money into various nonprofit groups with the intent of opposing Trump’s government. How 501(c)(3) organizations will comply with the FEC’s regulations when participating an actions which qualify as political speech remains to be seen.
Let’s not put the cart before the horse in declaring victory right now, but this is certainly a clever move on Trump’s part (really having all the hallmarks of a Gingrich power play).
Soros will find other illegal ways to funnel his cash, of course, but for right now that will be a much more difficult task. Meanwhile, Trump will continue to have a profoundly positive impact on the markets and the economy.
I hope you really enjoy those noodles, George.