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Top Republican Drops Bombshell that will Destroy Soros Foundation

Rep. Paul Gosar Believes George Soros’ Group was behind White Nationalist Rally

George Soros is the epitome of evil.  He get joy out of life by trying to use his fortune, many billions of dollars, to destroy the United States.  He has spent many years and hundreds of millions of dollars trying to start a race war here, and he succeeding.

Soros is the unofficial founder and primary supporter of the domestic hate group, Black Lives Matter, who routinely call for “dead cops now”.  Now, Arizona congressman Paul Gosar believes Soros is behind the the white nationalist rally, turned riot, in Charlotteville, Va., that ended with the death of one young protester and two police officers.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Rep. Paul Gosar, R-Ariz., suggested Thursday that George Soros, a major Democratic donor, was behind the August white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., that led to clashes with counterprotesters.

In an interview with Vice News, Gosar initially said the Unite the Right rally may have been orchestrated by the political Left, a claim he said was supported by the fact the event’s organizer, Jason Kessler, previously supported former President Barack Obama and attended an Occupy Wall Street rally.

“LET’S LOOK AT THE PERSON THAT ACTUALLY STARTED THE RALLY,” GOSAR TOLD VICE NEWS. “IT’S COME TO OUR ATTENTION THAT THIS IS A PERSON FROM OCCUPY WALL STREET THAT WAS AN OBAMA SYMPATHIZER. SO, WAIT A MINUTE, BE CAREFUL WHERE YOU START TAKING THESE PEOPLE TO. AND LOOK AT THE BACKGROUND.”

The Arizona Republican then said Soros, who funds numerous liberal organizations, backs people like Kessler.

“You know George Soros is one of those people that actually helps back these individuals,” Gosar said. “Who is he? I think he’s from Hungary. I think he was Jewish. And I think he turned in his own people to the Nazis. Better be careful where we go with those.”

When asked if he believes Soros funded the white nationalists, white supremacists, and neo-Nazis who rallied in Charlottesville in August, Gosar said, “wouldn’t it be interesting to find out?”