Last week on Fox News, former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich mentioned something so hurtful, so blatantly hateful, that a Fox News anchor and her guest silenced him and said there is no reason why that topic should be brought up.
Gingrich uttered two unspeakable words: George Soros.
George Soros does indeed invest in politics all across the world, and as it turns out he has donated nearly $20 million to ensure criminals and rioters don't spend much time in jail.
Here's former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly confirming what Gingrich said.
These are cities where George Soros funds the campaigns of attorneys who do not want to prosecute rioters, Philadelphia being another example where there is no cash bail.
Another is Kimberly Gardner, circuit attorney in St. Louis, whom is not only under fire for releasing rioters from jail, she is the same circuit attorney that is prosecuting the infamous McCloskeys, better known as the couple who protected
their home from BLM activists who broke into their gated community.
Furthermore, Alexander Soros, George Soros' son takes a different route to gain influence — through entertainment exec Scooter Braun. Braun has helped musicians like Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift flourish in their music careers.
Alex Soros is a backer of Scooter Braun's holding company Ithaca Holdings. It is with this financial support that Scooter Braun is able to win court battles such as buying up Taylor Swift's music catalogue.
But also, he's able to start larger initiatives like March for Our Lives.
George Soros' pockets are deep, as are his connections to American politics, culture and 'seemingly' grass-roots movements.