George Soros is being sued for $10 billion dollars after he was caught meddling in African politics for his own personal gain.
According to the lawsuit, the billionaire globalist used his power with the West African government in Guinea in order to freeze “Israeli company BSG Resources out of the West African nation’s lucrative iron ore mining contracts.”
Former DOJ attorney J. Christian Adams commented, “Americans do not understand the extent to which Soros fuels this anti-constitutional, anti-American agenda.”
Fox News reports: Whatever the ultimate outcome in the current case, it is not the first time Soros has been accused of sowing political upheaval to advance a personal agenda.
Critics around the world, including in the U.S. and in Soros’ homeland of Hungary, say the liberal financier often masquerades as a humanitarian while manipulating the political landscape.
“We are committed to use all legal means at our disposal to stop pseudo-civil society spy groups such as the ones funded by George Soros,” Hungary’s top education official, Minister of Human Capacities Zoltan Balog said recently.
In the U.S., Soros has spent heavily on politics from local district attorney races to presidential campaigns.
While his stated goals have included reshaping the justice system, achieving income equality, battling climate change and fighting racism, critics say he has used his money to buy massive influence within the Democratic Party.
Soros has also been accused of using his Open Society Foundation and U.S. diplomatic connections to interfere with the government of Macedonia, according to Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah.
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