The secret alliances between politicians . . .   It's hard to keep track.


Like most of you, I have been viewing the 2016 presidential debates from the beginning.  At this moment in time, there are three candidates remaining . . .Trump, Cruz, and Kasich.  Of the three, most of you will agree that Kasich is the least demonstrative - except for his rhetoric on how wonderful he is, has been, and will continue to be when he is nominated for the presidency.

I have to admit, this had me puzzled.  Why would he be so sure of himself in lieu of the fact that he was last on the pole ratings?  And, his only general election win was Ohio - by a very lean margin considering that Trump was just a few votes behind.  I started to feel something was operating behind the scenes.  Had Kasich been reassured that he was orchestrated to be the front runner at the end?  And if so - by whom?  The 'establishment' of the Republican party? 

Let's face it.  The cronies in Washington are terrified.  They don't want an 'outsider' to become president and destroy their safe niche.  They will -  and are -  doing everything imaginable to squash Trump or possibly Cruz from the nomination.  So, I decided to do some research.  It wasn't long before my gut instinct had been confirmed about something unknown about 'holy roller' Kasich.  Guess who is a large contributor towards funding his campaign? Well, you don't have to guess because I'm going to tell you.

As new reports break that a George Soros-linked group is taking credit for efforts to violently disrupt GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s campaign rallies, the Center for Responsive Politics reveals that another George Soros-linked group is coordinating another furtive operation to stop Trump by financing the campaign of John Kasich. According to the Center for Responsive Politics, 'Soros Fund Management' is one of John Kasich’s top financial contributors.

Fresh off a second-place primary finish in New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate John Kasich has come under more scrutiny, particularly for donations to his PAC New Day for America made by two fund managers who made billions for George Soros.  Scott Bessent and Stanley Druckenmiller contributed $588,375 to the Ohio governor’s 'soft money' fund according to Federal Election Commission records.

Bessent was Soros’s chief investment manager until December of last year, while Stanley Druckenmiller manages a $4.5 billion hedge fund in which $2 billion of Soros’ money is invested. Ohio Governor John Kasich came in second in the New Hampshire primary with 15.8 percent of the vote, edging out Ted Cruz with 11.7, but falling well-behind Donald Trump’s 35.3.  These donations have been getting a lot of attention because Soros is usually known for his support of Democratic candidates and progressive causes.

So why is he funding John Kasich? Hmm . . .

A simple search of Governor Kasich’s 2016 Presidential campaign donations lists the Soros Fund Management as the sixth highest individual donor with $202,700. The seventh largest donor is the Duquesne Family Office with $150,000. On the Super PAC side, Kasich’s New Day for America received $150,000 from Stanley Drukenmiller (who operates the Duquesne Family Office) and $200,000 from Scott Beset, who is employed by the Soros Fund Management. In total therefore, George Soros, personally and through surrogates, has donated over $700,000 to Governor John Kasich’s campaign.

Although it is now a mathematical impossibility for Governor Kasich to reach the necessary 1,237 votes to win the GOP primary nomination outright, the Ohio Governor has vowed to stay in the race, betting on a brokered convention along with a suspension of the convention’s rules to clinch the nomination.

As a point of explanation, Governor Kasich is not only mathematically shut out of the nomination based on delegates, but also on the fact that a candidate must win at least 8 states before he can be considered for the convention’s ballots. This appears highly unlikely given the Governor’s 1-28 record to date.

However, there may be a different reason for Governor Kasich to remain in the race, and that can be discovered by following the trail of his donors.

So how do you feel about John Kasich taking money from George Soros?

Soros also spoke out against two of Kasich and Bush’s opponents: “We must reaffirm our commitment to the principles of open society and resist the siren song of the likes of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, however hard that may be.”

Soros has described the presidential campaigns of Trump and Texas Senator Ted Cruz as 'deeply offensive', primarily due to their 'intense anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim rhetoric'.  He went on to describe Trump’s actions, as well as those of Cruz, as 'fear mongering' and that ultimately it will lead to a 'landslide' for Hillary Clinton.

be advised . . .

George Soros is an evil, evil man who uses his billions to promote race wars and anarchy  and tear down the United States government. Soros also gave $6 million to Hillary.  He is a major power behind the Western left, pumping millions of dollars into various causes each year. He is in favor of open borders, gun control, abortion, and euthanasia.

He is the founder and chairman of Open Society - a network of foundations, partners, and projects in more than 100 countries for the advancement and support of a communist socialist open society. He was the man who opened up his checkbook in 2008 and 2012 for Barack Obama's presidential campaign and it is estimated to have poured millions of dollars into Obama’s coffers.  His early financial support helped jump-start Barack Obama's political career.