MSM Ignores Soros Ties to ‘Jewish Leaders’ Saying Trump’s Not Welcome


The Washington Post strongly suggested the President was very wrong for visiting Pittsburgh after “ignoring” a plea from the Pittsburgh mayor [a leftist Democrat] and an open letter signed by “35,000 people”.

The Post didn’t mention Soros has financial ties to the 35,000 people.

The open letter, which was published and shared on Sunday, was written by 11 members of the Pittsburgh affiliate of Bend the Arc, a national organization for progressive Jews [PAC] focused on social justice. This followed the deadliest attack on Jews in U.S. history. The shooting at Tree of Life synagogue also left several people injured, including law enforcement.

The group called the President a white nationalist. They claimed he has targeted Jews, Muslims, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities. The letter also accused him of inciting acts of terror.


What The Washington Post failed to note is Bend of the Arc is a group supported by Alexander Soros, George’s rich, Marxist son. The groups were instrumental in pushing Barack Obama in 2012.

Alexander sat on his father’s Open Society board. From that, he learned how to fund and push causes that support their Marxist views.

According to its website, Bend of the Arc’s purpose is to “build the power and passion of the progressive Jewish movement in American by bringing together Jews from across the country to advocate and organize for a more just and equal society. We are the only national Jewish organization that is focused solely on promoting these [communist] values herein the U.S.”

The fake Jewish leaders who said Trump should stay away from Pittsburgh are an Alexander Soros PAC. They are a radical, fringe group of far-left people.

Soros, in general, is a major funder in groups that promote open borders, tyrannical judges, and lax prosecutors. Soros funds the furthest left candidates at all levels of government, targeting competitive and red states. He is also a major funder of the Coalition for an International Criminal Court to further undermine U.S. sovereignty.


On the good news front, Rabbi Myers who did welcome the President, only to receive hate mail for it. He was “pleasantly surprised” by the President.

“The president was very warm, very consoling,” Jeffrey Myers said, recalling the conversation he had with Trump and the president’s family during a visit on Tuesday.

“He put his hand on my shoulder and the first question he asked me was, ‘rabbi, tell me how are you doing?’”

“And I must say, throughout the time we spent together, I was pleasantly surprised by a warm and personal side to the president that I don’t think America has ever seen,” he said.

He had an excellent reception when visiting the wounded in the hospital.

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