By Rachel Ehrenfeld
These days, George Soros’ connections are getting quite a bit more attention than they did in the 1990s. But by the end of Bill Clinton’s reign Soros had already obtained a very influential position with the Clintons, especially with Hillary.
In her excellent profile of Soros in The, on January 23, 1995, Connie Bruck relates how Strobe Talbott, Bill Clinton’s friend, who served as Ambassador-at-Large and Special Adviser on the New Independent States to Secretary of State Warren Christopher, saw Soros. According to Talbott, Soros was “a national resource – indeed, a national treasure.” He described the billionaire as a sort of shadow arm of the State Department. “I would say that it [Soros’ foreign policy] is not identical to the foreign policy of the U.S. government, but it’s compatible with it, “he told The New Yorker. “It’s like working with a friendly, allied, independent entity, if not a government. We try to synchronize our approach to the former Communist countries with Germany, France, Great Britain, and with George Soros.”......
Soros, whose motto is: "If I spend enough, I will make it right," has been spending lavishly to do away with the U.S. constitutional republic and its capitalistic system (what's left of it). Both he and Hillary seem to stop at nothing to corrupt and influence the outcome of the 2016 elections.
Would the American voter be able to stop them?..........To Read More.....
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