Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and his many fawning worshippers are quick to point out that the well-connected bloviating billionaire and reality TV actor is somehow an “outsider” and “can’t be bought” even though he’s admitted buying access over the years from corrupt establishment politicians like Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid , Anthony Weiner, Mitch McConnell , Nancy Pelosi , Rahm Emanuel and an array of others too long to list.
It seems to me like cronyism and corruption takes two to tango, regarding whether one is the buyer or the seller of the transaction, but I digress.
However, perhaps Trump’s most troubling past (or present?) entanglement is his financial “deals” with evil open borders, one-world government promoting, America-hating fellow billionaire George Soros, the moneyman behind virtually every progressive leftist anti-freedom front group or project in the nation.
While Trumpaloompas seem overly concerned with an asset-backed loan from Goldman Sachs that constitutional conservative Ted Cruz took out during his 2012 Senate campaign against a mega-rich establishment-backed opponent, a much bigger and more questionable financial arrangement took place between Donald Trump and the sadistic Democrat madman, George Soros.
The Chicago Tribune reported on October 28, 2004, that George Soros was the primary financier of the Chicago Trump Tower:
Donald Trump has lined up three New York hedge funds, including money from billionaire George Soros, to invest $160 million in his Chicago skyscraper, a key piece in perhaps the largest construction financing in the city’s history, according to real estate sources and public documents.
Despite reports about the project’s record-breaking sales, most of them from Trump himself, many Chicago real estate developers and lenders have expressed doubts about whether the 90-story tower would ever be built.
“It is such a huge project, and the prices he said he was getting were so outside the norm,” said Robert Glickman, president and chief executive of Chicago-based Corus Bank.
“It was reasonable to say, `Is this real?” he said.
Much of the skepticism springs from Trump’s own hype. “Chicago developers are much less flamboyant,” said Glickman.
The massive financing, which sources say also will include a $650 million construction loan from Deutsche Bank, should quell those doubts.
Trump flies to Chicago Thursday morning for a ceremonial demolition of the former home of the Chicago Sun-Times, 401 N. Wabash Ave., which will be replaced by his 2.5 million-square-foot tower. The demolition is expected to begin for real in January.
On Wednesday Trump declined to comment on the financing, emphasizing instead the luxury project’s record-breaking sales.
Ironically, it is the same hedge fund billionaire George Soros, who is has funded the racist and divisive Black Lives Matter communist front group and is also reportedly the moneybags behind the communist rent-a-mob protests at Trump rallies, including the well-publicized mayhem and anarchy in Chicago over the weekend.
It turns out that Donald Trump’s relationship with George Soros is more than just financially based, and it’s more recent than 2004, excluding the fact that both were contributors to the corrupt Clinton Crime Family Foundation.
In 2009, during the first year of the Obama Regime, when Soros was already known as the traitor to America that he is, Donald Trump was palling around with George Soros, on Christmas Eve, no less.
To the best of my knowledge, Donald Trump has not condemned George Soros, neither in general for his decades of anti-American activities, nor specifically for funding the race-based mobs that continually disrupt his presidential campaign rallies.
Why not? Why doesn’t Donald Trump publicly call out George Soros?
To date, Trump has blamed the leftist mobs at his rallies on socialist Bernie Sanders, mostly, and Hillary Clinton, secondly, rather than the source of the organized mobs — George Soros front group Moveon.org.
Matthew Vadum, the senior vice president of the nonprofit watchdog group Capital Research Center, has written and researched extensively on the Soros financial networks.
“If Hillary wins, there is no question she will be Soros’s puppet,” Vadum told The Blaze. “They go way, way back and they’re ideological soulmates. If Trump wins, it’s not so clear what his working relationship with Soros will be. Trump has been cozy with Soros in the world of high finance, but that was before the candidate’s recent conversion to conservatism.”
Is the reason why Donald Trump has given himself a self-imposed gag order because Soros and Trump’s relationship is a lot cozier than either Trump or his supporters (or even George Soros himself for that matter), would care to admit?
Is it because Donald Trump actually can be bought, and has been bought, by the world’s richest hedge-fund billionaire — George Soros?
Or, is it because Trump, a lifelong liberal, for decades being a far-left liberal with New York values, is somehow in cahoots with Soros and shares the same world view and vision? Could it also be that Trump’s campaign is one big reality TV show to get Hillary Clinton elected — to destroy the Republican Party (which he’s arguably doing) and especially any true conservative who gets in the way?
I don’t pretend to know the answers to these questions, but I do know that the questions must be asked of Donald Trump, and Trump must be pressed to answer them. It’s very difficult to understand how someone who claims to love America could get in bed with George Soros.