George Soros is one of the biggest enemies of conservatives.
He uses his billions to support far-left causes, and attack anybody on the right.
And a smoking gun just dropped tying him to a horrible anti-Trump plot.
In the age of Trump, left-wing hysteria is reaching heights never imagined.
President Trump is the worst enemy of the left, dismantling every bit of progress they have made in recent years.
That’s why the anti-Trump resistance is working overtime to take him down.
There are countless groups emerging every day to attack him at every turn.
And one of the trends with most of them is that they receive major funding from George Soros, a billionaire leftist behind most of the major left-wing causes in recent history.
One of the most active groups is the Center for American Progress.
The group’s founder, John Podesta is an elite and shady Democrat operative involved in high levels of countless top officials, including former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
His most recent job with Hillary Clinton was as her campaign chairman during her 2016 campaign.
Podesta’s group largely compiles negative research about Trump that is then used for vicious attacks against the President by the media.
Their biggest recent story is that Trump’s 2016 campaign, and transition team, supposedly engaged in more than 100 contacts with “Russian-linked officials.”
This is meant to fuel the Russia collusion conspiracy theory Democrats have spent the past two years using to smear Trump and officials in his Administration.
But with the slightest scrutiny, their claim has many holes.
For one, some of the officials listed are questionable at best, including WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who there is no conclusive evidence towards being a “Russian-linked official.”
They also include two figures involved in the Donald Trump Jr. meeting in Trump Tower that the media has been using as evidence of collusion, despite the two officials denying working on behalf of the Russian government.
All of this fails to even mention the fact that Trump’s transition team having contact with Russian officials is to be expected.
During a President’s transition, communications with foreign officials is commonplace.
Despite this, media outlets are taking the research done by the Center for American Progress as fact.
They don’t even mention the group’s founder, John Podesta’s ties to Hillary Clinton.
It is Hillary’s campaign that Podesta was the chairman of that funded Christopher Steele’s infamous Russia dossier.
That dossier is the main piece of evidence used to obtain the FISA surveillance warrant against Trump adviser Carter Page.
And it is that warrant application Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein used to form Robert Mueller’s special counsel investigation.
That information is relevant considering the claim is used to stoke the belief that collusion occurred.
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