Alex Soros reveals ‘the purpose behind New York’s recent Stalinist show trial’ with one tweet

The “power of language” and the full weight of former President Donald Trump’s conviction came to bear as junior “spooky dude” Alex Soros sounded off on talking points.

“Repetition is the key…”

While legal technicalities hadn’t stopped many TDS sufferers from referring to the GOP leader as a criminal, Thursday’s verdict brought by a Manhattan jury provided the all-clear before the general election to harp on the anticipated Republican nominee’s felony status.

Unabashedly out front among that crowd was the progeny of purported political puppeteer and known dark money financier George Soros, Alex Soros, who had since taken over as chair of the Open Society Foundations.

Friday, the philanthropist whose network had helped funnel money that supported the election of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (D), the soft-on-crime prosecutor behind Trump’s NYC criminal trial, encouraged, “Democrats should refer to Trump as a convicted felon at every opportunity.”

“Repetition,” he added, “is the key to a successful message and we want people to wrestle with the notion of hiring a convicted felon for the most important job in the country!”

While the post shared a piece from former senior advisor to President Barack Obama and “Pod Save America” co-host Dan Pfeiffer that touted much the same, outspoken conservative actor James Woods summed it up in his own way stating, “The purpose behind New York’s recent Stalinist show trial explained, as if we didn’t have this figured out…”

Under the guise of protecting and preserving democracy, the left has repeatedly shown themselves willing to undermine exactly that with initiatives in multiple states attempting to keep Trump off the ballot, the perceived political persecution wrought by his numerous indictments all while Democrats simultaneously attempt to force the Supreme Court’s hand on Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito participating in opinions related to the president.

Of course, like the funding that has been directed to various political causes, radical organizations and toward the elections of officials at the local, state and federal level, the Soros’ have hardly been secretive about rubbing shoulders with the Democratic Party as the younger was recently seen at the White House state dinner for Kenya on the arm of paramour and former vice chair to Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, Huma Abedin.

The unsurprising take from Soros didn’t diminish the import of the message as raised by syndicated radio host Jesse Kelly who noted alongside other reactions, “Mock this vile communist all you want, but he understands the power of language and repetition in a way the Right does not. Half the Right now calls illegals ‘migrants.’ Language matters. The communists understand that. We do not.”

Standing in contrast to the driving message of the left leading into November, former U.S. Secret Service agent and syndicated radio host Dan Bongino offered his own tag to repeat ahead of the election, “I’m voting for the outlaw.”

Kevin Haggerty


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