DETROIT (ChurchMilitant.com) - A billionaire businessman from Hungary is being linked to the recent riots in U.S cities following Donald Trump's election as president.
Evidence shows George Soros, a known liberal and supporter of Hillary Clinton, has been using a fraction of his $25 billion net worth to fund protests across the the country. Soros helped fund the pro-abortion and pro-same-sex marriage push in Ireland, and has also worked to influence the Catholic Church to take a more liberal "social justice" trajectory.
Hundreds of Americans, dozens of organizations to gather peacefully outside the White House and in cities and towns nationwide to take a continued stand against misogyny, racism, Islamophobia, and xenophobia. Tonight, thousands of Americans will come together at hundreds of peaceful gatherings in cities and towns across the nation, including outside the White House, following the results of Tuesday's presidential election.
Although the organization claims to be behind "peaceful gatherings," many events turned violent. At a rally in Portland attended by more than 4,000 people Thursday night, police declared it a riot and fired tear gas and rubber bullets at the crowd after they were attacked by protesters, who smashed shop windows and vandalized cars. Police arrested 26 people.
Some conservative reporters claim Soros is using front groups like MoveOn.org and Change.org to further his own agenda in America. An author with the pen name Tyler Durden from ZeroHedge said "'Protests' are orchestrated by George Soros and front groups for the Oligarchy such as change.org and other fake progressive groups funded by the oligarchs."
Wikileaks helped reveal professional activist Yung Jong Cho from the 350 Action Campaign is linked to the protests. Cho later took to Twitter, where she admitted organizing a rally. The following photo is taken from her Twitter account:
On Sunday, President-Elect Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told reporters, "It's time really for President Obama and Secretary Clinton to say to these protesters, 'This man is our president.'" Conway went on to suggest that many of the protesters were paid.
Former mayor of New York City and a member of the Trump administation Rudy Giuliani told reporters he believes professional protestors first incite the protests and are later joined by unpaid individuals. A recent video showed rows of busses dropping off protestors in Chicago, further lending credence to the notion that these protests are organized and not grassroots, as the liberal media are reporting.