Soros will discuss “strengthening democracy and the world economy”
In 2004, George Soros went on a Jihad against Bush and for Kerry, describing the election as the most important one in his lifetime.
Apparently including the Nazi Party elections in Germany, but then Soros has never been all that upset about those results since it led to what he described as "the most exciting time in his life" helping his Nazi master rob Jews.
Soros declared that he was so determined to help Hanoi John win that he would give his entire fortune to elect Kerry.
Soros, a storied financial and political speculator, says another of his bets is about to pay off: more than $15 million against President Bush.
The Hungarian-born billionaire, who had vowed to spend more if necessary to deny the president re-election, says he's contributed enough to achieve his goal. "There probably will be some further contributions, but I don't expect any substantial increase," he says in an interview. "Frankly, I don't think I'll need to do a lot more. ... I now take the defeat of Bush more or less for granted."
Asked by The Washington Post whether he would trade his fortune to beat Bush, he replied, "If someone guaranteed it."
Soros got that bet wrong, but the structures set up by the former Nazi collaborator and notorious bigot, helped bring the Obama regime to power.
Now Kerry is returning the favor by introducing Soros.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will introduce liberal megadonor George Soros at an open forum on Tuesday, the latest evidence of the billionaire using his political connections to benefit his investments and foreign policy goals, critics say.
Kerry will introduce Soros at the 1:30 p.m. forum on May 13 at the George C. Marshall Center, the Germany-based security and defense studies institute jointly operated by the U.S. Department of Defense and German Defense Ministry, according to a State Department event notice.
Soros will discuss “strengthening civil society, democracy and the world economy” with Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs Douglas Frantz following Kerry’s introduction.
Liberalism's sugar daddy is all about strengthening the world economy. Just ask the UK. Or France, where he's still wanted. And he just loves democracy. That's why he buys elections.
State Department deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf told the Washington Free Beacon that criticisms of Soros’ appearance at the event are “wholly ridiculous and have no basis in fact whatsoever.”
Much like everything Marie Harf says.