It has become popular to say that there’s not much difference between Republican and Democratic politicians. They all seem to care about themselves, which is why Washington has become the richest city in the nation.
Many men and women we once considered allies turn out to be just the other side of the same elite coin, especially once they make it to the D.C. Beltway.
Once they get to that level, many abandon any principles they had in exchange for the perks available to those at the top. Trump is changing all that and revealing the truth behind the weasel politicians, separating the scum from the men and women who really want to serve our country.
Now comes a shocking claim that will confirm those suspicions in the minds of many.
Pictured below: 2016 Republican Presidential Primary debate. Some of these men have just been exposed as part of the Washington swamp.
Matthew Boyle reports for Breitbart:
Employees of a hedge fund founded by the king of the Institutional Left, billionaire and Democratic Party mega-donor George Soros, donated tens of thousands of dollars to top Republicans who fought against President Donald Trump in 2016, donation records compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics show. (…)
A pattern emerges when looking at the policies of the Republicans that these Soros Fund Management executives support financially. (…)
The biggest recipient of Soros-connected cash in the GOP was none other than House Speaker Paul Ryan, who repeatedly attempted to undermine Trump over the course of the election.
Others listed as recipients include Sen. Lindsay Graham (R-SC), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), Ohio governor John Kasich and former Florida governor Jeb Bush.
Does it make any sense for Soros to give money to these men? Absolutely. Many of them still hold massive amounts of power on Capitol Hill, and this clip of Soros only confirms that he would like nothing more than to own these men to stop Trump:
Pardon for the Star Wars references, but Soros really is channeling his inner dark side by quietly paying off members of the Senate.
Spokesmen for a number of those named called the Breitbart story “fake,” and pointed out that these politicians didn’t receive money from George Soros himself.
However, Breitbart.com counters that it didn’t alleged that in the first place, but merely reported the facts of the employee hedge fund donations to anti-Trump contenders, which are simply a matter of record.
It’s also true that the firm’s employees have given far more money, to the tune of millions of dollars, to Democratic candidates. However, it remains telling that the Republicans they cut checks for were all running as, if not #NeverTrumpers, pretty close to that.