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Mitt Romney CAUGHT With His Hand DEEP In George Soros’ Pocket!

You can always find out a person’s true motivation by following the money in most instances.


Take a look at most politicians. Half the time, whenever one of them is backing some cause it is usually because they are getting an envelope slipped under the door with money and instructions.

Mitt Romney is one of those people who for the longest time went along a particular path and then all of a sudden he began acting in a way that makes you think he got a payoff from someone.

According to OpenSecrets.org, financial records revealed that Romney welcomed a minimum of $17,500 from Soros Fund Management, a radical left-wing agenda operation funded by Soros.

Those were just the donations made public, so it’s possible there could be more money on Romney’s Soros-backed payroll.





Romney’s ties to the elite billionaire go back years, with Soros claiming in 2012 that he saw little difference between Romney and now former president, Barack Obama.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich aimed at Romney back when he was running against Obama for the 2012 presidency.

“George Soros in Europe yesterday said publicly in a Reuters interview that’s on video that he’s perfectly happy with either Obama or Romney, that they are the same people,” Gingrich stated in 2012 while on ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

Gingrich was citing a taped interview that Soros had done with Reuters, where he said: “If it’s between Obama and Romney, there isn’t all that much difference except for the crowd that they bring with them.”

Disturbing Financial Contributors Involve Obama

Romney’s disturbing money ties don’t end there. Obama’s most significant fundraiser was Goldman Sachs – which potentially not so coincidentally, employees of the leading investment bank firm donated to Romney’s campaign.

“Goldman Sachs: largest fundraiser of Obama in 2008, largest funder of Romney in 2012,” said Gingrich.

“I will certainly endorse the Republican nominee, but Mitt Romney will have a very difficult time differentiating himself, and that’s what George Soros’s message is this morning,” Gingrich continued to say back in 2012.

The Utah senator has made an array of choices that have left many Republicans critical of his allegiances. He has been an adamant and vocal critic of President Donald Trump and went as far as being the only Republican to vote in favor to impeach the president.

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