February 7, 2016
No one ever could have predicted that the Jews would buy-off politicians.
The bipartisan Open Secrets blog reported that a small number of Americans, led by George Soros, donated $100 million to Presidential Super PACs in the second half of 2015.
Federal Election Commission filings of 21 different Super PACs supporting the top 13 major party candidates show “29 individuals or organizations who gave $1 million or more” for a total of $99.4 million collected in a six-month period. Adding in the 13 campaign committees, to total raised in the second half of 2015 was $260 million.
The largest individual contributor to a Republican was hedge fund manager Paul Singer who endorsed Florida Sen.
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) in November and made a $2.5 million contribution to Conservative Solutions PAC. Singer recruited $3.5 million from two billionaire friends: Kenneth C. Griffin and Cliff Asness, who often give to the same candidates as Singer.
Clinton’s led all candidates by raising a total of $115.6 million in total campaign and Super PAC donations in 2015, about the same as her total in 2007.
Paul Singer is also – obviously – a Jew.
All the top donors for all these people are Jews, as we cover regularly.
Trump is right in pointing out that voters do not appear to appreciate the fact that he is self-funding. If they did appreciate that, both left and right would be voting for him. It is possibly the most important fact ever. We have a situation here where politicians are for sale to the highest bidder, which is a terrible situation whatever the details, but it’s made even more terrible by the fact that the highest bidders are all Jews.
This is a complete disaster.