George Soros’s Son Is Quietly Getting Access To The White House

Since President Joe Biden assumed office, the son of billionaire George Soros has met with senior U.S. officials at the White House.

George Soros, the Democrat megadonor, created the Open Society Foundation, and now Alexander Soros, 37, serves as its chairman. 

The foundation’s donations go to leftist organizations and political candidates wanting to change the United States judicial system. An investigation into the White House visitor records discovered that Alexander had made 14 visits to the residence since October 2021.

On December 1, the son of the Democratic donor met with Nina Srivastava, an advisor to former Chief of Staff Ron Klain, in Biden’s White House. According to reports, Alexander attended the president and first lady’s opulent luncheon on the South Lawn in honor of French President Emmanuel Macron.

Deputy National Security Advisor John Finer and National Security Advisor executive assistant Kimberly Lang met with Alexander on October 6, 2022. Alexander had three distinct encounters with Finer. Klain’s other advisor, Madeline Strasser, had two conversations with the younger Soros in 2021 and 2022, in October and April.

The head of the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project, Mike Howell, recently told Fox News that the Soros family “has done immeasurable harm to our nation” and that Alexander’s time in the White House is cause for alarm.

Howell said that the country’s borders and crime-ridden cities bore witness to the “death and ruin” caused by the administration’s policies. The left “can’t stop spending their money” and “no longer bothers to hide it.”

Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-NY), former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), and former President Barack Obama are just a few of the prominent Democrats whom Alexander has uploaded images of himself with on his social media accounts. 

He has given more than $11 million to left-leaning PACs since 2010. Alexander shared the Senate Majority PAC $2 million in 2018.

During Trump’s criminal prosecution for his alleged hush money payments to porn actress Stormy Daniels during the 2016 presidential campaign, the former president spotlighted Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s connection to George Soros and his family. 

Bragg’s bid for district attorney was bolstered by a $1 million investment by the older Soros into a political action committee called Color of Change PAC. 

George denied knowing Bragg and said the Right was “focused on far-fetched conspiracy theories instead of factual allegations against the former president.

In April of 2021, George Soros’s other son Jonathan and his wife, Jennifer Allan Soros, sent Bragg a personal donation of $10,000 apiece to help fund the socialist’s candidacy for the district attorney position.