By now, it’s highly doubtful we really need any further evidence proving Hillary Clinton has no business being in the White House. But just in case anyone does, how about the fact she took foreign policy advice from none other than George Soros?
Newly-released emails reveal Hillary took advice from Soros about unrest in Albania on January 24, 2011.
If that doesn’t convince you Clinton is the queen of corruption, what will?
TheBlaze is reporting, In the message, Soros informed the nation’s top diplomat at the time that “two things need to be done urgently” related to the situation in Albania. He wrote that the violence there was likely in reaction to how parliamentary elections were handled two years earlier. He then warned that the country could be slipping into “anarchy,” something not seen in Albania since 1997.
“There are signs that [Prime Minister] Edi Rama’s control of his own people is slipping, which may lead to further violence. The US and the EU must work in complete harmony over this, but given Albania’s European aspirations the EU must take the lead,” Soros advocated.
Soros then provided the names of three people he suggested be appointed as “mediator,” one of whom was eventually tapped for the job.Just last month, Politico reported that Soros donated $25 million to helping the Democrats’ re-election efforts, including the former secretary’s bid for the presidency against Republican billionaire Donald Trump.
Read the email in its entirety at The Blaze.They say you can tell a lot about a person by the company they keep, and if that’s true — which it is — then this relationship here is all the proof needed that this woman is too corrupt to be trusted working a landfill.
George Soros has been a key player in helping shift American policy dramatically to the left, as he’s a true believer in the idea of a big government Utopia. After all, that’s every progressive’s dream, isn’t it?
What’s truly terrifying is the idea that if Hillary wins in November, Soros will have great influence on her administration, and thus on the future direction of our country, a privilege he’s already enjoyed for far too long, thanks to Obama.
It’s more imperative than ever we not let that happen.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]