Alex Soros Makes Renewed Calls To Assist Ukraine

Democrat donor and son of left-wing billionaire George Soros has urged Congressional lawmakers to provide billions of aid dollars to Ukraine. Alex Soros, who shares his father’s leftist views, tweeted after the Munich Security Conference in Germany on February 17 that “we must not abandon Ukraine.” Soros, who leads the liberal Open Society Foundation, echoed the calls of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and called on US lawmakers to pass legislation that supplies the war-torn country with $60 billion of American taxpayers’ money.

Several Twitter users replied expressing disapproval, with one noting that Soros could put his own billions into the conflict rather than take it from hard-working Americans.

Soros took over his father’s Open Society Foundation last summer and promised to be even more radical than Soros senior. The Media Research Center (MRC) has documented his statements, including his description of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade as one of the worst days in US history. He has furthermore described the Republican party as “the Confederacy.”

MRC editor Joseph Vazquez said Soros is “obsessed” with abortion and believes gender equality is not possible without it, wants President Biden to tackle online “misinformation,” and called for the Electoral College to be abolished. During the Trump administration, Soros Jr tweeted, “There are White supremacists in the White House.” The leftist radical has furthermore posted several photos of himself spending time with senior Democrats, including Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Last January, media reports revealed that the Open Society Foundation donated more than $170 million to Democrat political campaigns. The Foundation describes itself as “the world’s largest private funder of independent groups working for justice, democratic governance” and is known for providing campaign contributions to several Democrat District Attorneys across the US, including Alvin Bragg, who indicted Donald Trump in New York last year.

Other DAs, accused of soft-on-crime approaches, received funding, including George Gascon in Los Angeles and Kim Foxx in Illinois.