The Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, raised concerns about Soros' involvement of his empire deploying "tons of money and international heavy artillery" to push his radical far-left agenda.
Republican lawmakers in Washington have started asking questions about whether U.S. tax dollars are also being used to fund his projects in conservative-led Macedonia.
Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ) led House lawmakers in corresponding to Ambassador Jess Baily--an Obama appointee and obvious Soros-loving lackey--demanding answers. Also, Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) expressed concerns about USAID money going to Soros' Open Society Foundations as part of much bigger concerns that the U.S. Embassy has been taking sides in party politics.
Big surprise, eh?
Lee wrote in a letter: "I have received credible reports that, over the past few years the US Mission to Macedonia has actively intervened in the party politics of Macedonia, as well as the shaping of its media environment and civil society, often favoring groups of one political persuasion over another."
One simply cannot imagine which political "group" (aka party) Lee may be referring to.
The concerns depict growing conservative pushback against the leftist's European operation.
It wasn't enough for the jerk to organize U.S. protests groups against conservative governance, he has to go 'all global' on us.
Last week, Viktor Orban attacked Soros' "trans-border empire." (Sounds a lot like an Obama ideology, doesn't it?) Orban is one of the European voices speaking out against the push by EU leaders to take in Syrian refugees and he has taken a lot of flak for his hardline stance.
Shame on Orban for wanting to keep Hungary safe again.
If it were up to Soros' Open Society Foundations, the entire EU would be entirely socialist with handpicked leaders ruling Europe. There would be no borders and no stimulation of corporate competition.
And Soros would still be a billionaire. But he hates that conservative Macedonia has a flat tax rate of a mere 10 percent and they greeted President Trump warmly with a pledge to work with him.
There's a citizen initiative called "Stop Operation Soros" which claims U.S. money has been funding hard-left causes in the country, including violent riots in the streets and a Macedonian version of "Rules for Radicals," their version of Saul Alinsky's leftist handbook that Obama has dog-eared since college.