George Soros: Trump is Single-Handedly Destroying My Plan for This World
Billionaire globalist lashes out at President Donald Trump
Billionaire globalist George Soros has lashed out at President Trump, accusing him of single-handedly destroying his plans for the world "he created."
According to the 87-year-old Hillary Clinton sponsor, Donald Trump is “willing to destroy the world” that himself and his cronies spent decades creating.
He added that since Trump won office, “everything that could go wrong, has gone wrong” for the New World Order agenda.
It seems as though Mr. Soros is doing everything he can to fight back, however.
In a recent report by the New York Times, it was revealed that Soros and Hillary Clinton paid women to accuse Donald Trump of rape.
Since the report broke, Soros gobbled up a lion's share of the publication by buying $3 million worth of stocks in the NY Times.
He had just finished an appearance at the Human Rights Watch conference in Zurich, Switzerland.
‘So in that sense, yes, I redouble my efforts,’ he added.
Soros was a charitable contributor to the Hilary Clinton campaign, and the billionaire has pushed for heavy donations to various campaign across the globe that push globalism.
But lately, he has been faced with a slew of attacks from the likes of Roseanne Barr to Vladimir Putin claiming things such as him being a Nazi sympathizer and controlling the Democratic Party.
‘It makes it very difficult for me to speak effectively because it can be taken out of context and used against me,’ Soros stated.
Soros is still in shock that Trump won the election, something he didn’t see happening.
‘Apparently, I was living in my own bubble,’ he said.
Soros plans to spend roughly $15million in the 2018 elections but has already faced some rejections as several of his bids for district attorneys in California lost their elections on Tuesday.
‘We ran into a brick wall in California,’ he added.
The billionaire describes Trump as a ‘marcissist’ who ‘considers himself all-powerful.
He doesn’t agree with fellow billionaire Tom Steyer’s efforts to impeach Trump, only believing Democrats capable of doing so with the help of Republicans in Congress.
Soros refused to endorse any candidates for the 2020 Democratic primaries for president.
He was adamant, however, to voice his discontent for Senator Gillibrand of New York.
He felt that her work to push former senator Al Franken to resign after several women came forward with allegations of sexual misconduct was ‘in order to improve her chances.’
Soros, a native of Hungary, has made his fortune by managing hedge funds and betting on currency changes.
He has given away billions to groups promoting human rights and other liberal causes.