Alexander Soros, the son of George Soros, posted a photo of him and his father hanging out with Nancy Pelosi.
He captioned the photo”In Pelosi we trust!”
— Alexander Soros, PhD (@AlexanderSoros) September 9, 2021
No other information about this meeting has come out.
Remember when even talking about Soros was a conspiracy?
Its no longer a conspiracy theory. https://t.co/MZ3qevaajV
— Vikrant ~ विक्रांत (@vikrantkumar) September 9, 2021
One theory for the meeting could be Soros’ recent call on Congress to block BlackRock’s China investment. Or was the meeting simply a way for Pelosi to gain more money and power?
Soros is shockingly parting ways with “Beijing Biden” and urging lawmakers to bar BlackRock from investing in China because it will be bad for the United States in the long run. This is a completely different tone than what most Democrats and President Biden have on China.
Could they have been discussing Biden’s flailing presidency?
Even Democrats are beginning to realize the Biden presidency is falling apart.
According to a report from Politico, Democrats are worried about his tanking approval.
They are scared he is going to single handily give Republicans a massive red wave.
This comes as Biden has created multiple crises across the globe.
“When Biden was elected, it was supposed to be, ‘Oh, the adults are back in the room to take charge,’” one strategist who was in Aspen said. “It turns out, we can’t do anything.”
‘There’s no good news’: Biden’s rough summer puts Dems on high alert https://t.co/ff3ltQWSzY
— David Siders (@davidsiders) September 8, 2021
Joe Biden was billed as the steadying antidote to four turbulent years of Donald Trump. But after being buffeted this summer by one crisis after another — Covid, Afghanistan, wildfires in the West and Hurricane Ida in the East — his young presidency is confronting a make-or-break fall.
Democrats are well aware of what happened to the last two Democratic presidents after a choppy first two years. Halfway through Bill Clinton’s first term, in 1994, Democrats lost 54 House seats and eight in the Senate, ceding control of both houses of Congress to Republicans for the first time in 40 years. The carnage during Barack Obama’s first midterm was even uglier: Democrats lost 63 seats in the House.
If Biden doesn’t regain his footing within the next few months, many party veterans fear, his party’s chances of holding on to its narrow majorities in Congress are almost non-existent.
“There’s no good news here. This is all on his watch,” said Paul Maslin, a top Democratic pollster who worked on the presidential campaigns of Jimmy Carter and Howard Dean. “You can argue what he’s doing or not doing, but it’s almost irrelevant. If things are chaotic and wrong, it ain’t going to help him.”
Democrats are already beginning to calculate the potential cost to the party in 2022. Over drinks on the sidelines of a recent meeting of the Democratic Governors Association in Aspen, Colo., party donors and operatives privately took stock of the damage that Afghanistan and the resurging coronavirus pandemic might hold for the party’s prospects in the midterm elections next year. The assessment was bleak.
“When Biden was elected, it was supposed to be, ‘Oh, the adults are back in the room to take charge,’” one strategist who was in Aspen said. “It turns out, we can’t do anything. Any Democratic strategist who thinks this is not going to impact the midterms or impact Biden being reelected, clearly they don’t know what the f— they’re talking about.”
Once the Deep State turns on Biden he will be removed from office through the 25th Amendment.
We reported yesterday that even his own staffers are beginning to mute him because they are nervous about what he will say:
His approval has sunk in key swing states as well.
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