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What YOU Need To Know About Soros Funding And The Biden Agenda

Reports indicate that quite a bit of funding is going from George Soros various groups to help fund The Biden Administration's agenda.


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Even MORE Soros funding? You don’t say…..

Soros has been a hot button issue to those paying attention for YEARS now. I can’t blame people for their concerns about this guy and his agenda.

What ever happened to the private billionaire? Seems to me like these days everyone is a public philanthropist, and has their hands in any number of causes at a single time.

What is the REAL agenda behind all these efforts though? What is Soros’ eventual goal?

Some say that it is a new world order; others say he simply stirs up trouble in order to play the market and capitalize on social turmoil.

What if both are true at the same time?

Take a look:

Axios had more on the story: 

The Open Society Foundations are pledging $20 million to jumpstart as much as $100 million for a campaign to rally progressives around President Biden's infrastructure and social welfare proposals.

Backing from the George Soros-founded group could serve as an important call to action for Democratic donors and activists who support Biden's initial $2 trillion+ infrastructure plan but want to see him go bigger.

A second phrase of Biden's plan could be rolled out later this month, with a broader focus on health care, the care-giving economy, climate and community colleges.

"Every initiative proposed by President Biden has broad public support," said Tom Perriello, the executive director of Open Society-U.S.

"But we’ve seen popular reforms get demonized before by partisans and special interests, and we are not going to let that happen," he said.

Fox News reported: 

A Fox News analysis determined that less than half of the $2.2 trillion Biden's infraestructure package announced last week would go toward items traditionally defined as infrastructure.

The package includes "$115 billion to modernize the bridges, highways, roads, and main streets that are in most critical need of repair."

The sweeping proposal faces a tough haul in the Senate where Democrats and their independent allies are tied with Republicans -- each holding 50 seats. Meanwhile, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has already committed to fighting the president "every step of the way."



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