George Soros Puts Money Where His Heart Is

The United States of America is very passionate about its democratic routes. We see democracy as a moral good that is available for all, and it is worth laying down our lives to protect. We saw this in World War 2 as we stood against the Nazi Regime. We saw this as we fought a war in Vietnam and another war in Korea. Americans strongly believe in the democratic process, and we will continue spreading it around the globe. George Soros is a true American who has dedicated his life and work to help democracy flourish around the world.

George Soros created the Open Society Foundations to help struggling democracies grow and flourish. This all began when he personally gave a $14 billion donation 30 years ago. Over the years, the Open Society Foundations has planted democracies in South America, Europe, and Africa. He recently gave an additional $18 billion to help the Open Society Foundations to begin spreading the democratic message throughout the continent of Asia.

George Soros is proud of this work and is bringing it to the home of democracy, the United States of America. Soros was saddened to see that democracy was on the wane in the USA, especially because of the ever controlling GOP. Soros wanted to put power back in the hands of the Democratic Party so that the voice of the people could be heard.

Beginning in 2004, George Soros would become a major donor for the Democratic Party. Around this time, the incumbent president George W. Bush had led us into two wars with both Afghanistan and Iraq. This completely laid waste to any peaceful agreements in the Middle East. George Soros wanted to bring true democracy to this area and knew he could not do so with American troops still in the region. In order to make the place more peaceful, Soros knew we needed a Democrat in the White House. In order to unseat George W. Bush, Soros donated $27 million to John Kerry. For the record, this broke all previous records and still stands as the largest donation in political history. However, money cannot buy everything, and Bush retained.

Soros continued helping Democratic Party in 2008 by helping Barrack Obama reach the White House. Finally, for the first time, it seemed that a black man could sit in the Oval Office. It helped that Obama spoke a language that the people both understood and were passionate about. Soros would sour on Barrack Obama during this first term, but he would turn around and accept him during his second term.

Soros was glad to see true democracy flourishing in the United States once again. He wanted to continue helping democracy grow, and he put all his financial weight behind Hillary Clinton. Since the DNC was nearly bankrupt, Soros funded its coffers by giving $25 million. He also chose several senators who were struggling in their races and gave them $1.5 million. Soros money truly follows where his heart is.

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