While those on the right and the left keep pointing at each other and blaming the other side for heaping so much attention on commie Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, it’s worthwhile to note that there’s some reason to believe she was being given a boost by George Soros.
Yes, that George Soros!!!
There’s a circuitous and labyrinthine article out there tying Cortez to “Brand New Congress” a far left progressive political group, but you don’t need that, because they’re pretty open about their support for her:
BUT, “Brand New Congress” is tied to “Justice Democrats” which also helped her win, and was partly founded by left-wing meathead Cenk Uygur.
Now follow this thread of logic:
In a June 27 interview with Uygur on his YouTube channel “The Young Turks,” Ocasio-Cortez thanked Uygur and other media platforms for covering her before the primaries, which she says “in no small part” helped her win.
“I wouldn’t be running if it wasn’t for the support of Justice Democrats and Brand New Congress,” Ocasio-Cortez told Uygur. “In fact it was, it was JD (Justice Democrats) and it was Brand New Congress that asked me to run in the first place.”
The Young Turks is a member of The Media Consortium — a network of far left media publications which includes Mother Jones, Democracy Now!, and dozens of other outlets, funded by Soros.
The Media Consortium is a Soros a media empire that, according to Media Research Center (MRC), reaches nearly 300 million people a month.
So, was Soros directly responsible for Commie Cortez’s victory? I’m not so sure about that. Joe Crowley had $10 million dollars and she barely spent $500,000 to beat him. There are a LOT of regular, non-conspiracy reasons why she was able to pull off the upset. Still, it couldn’t have hurt to have Soros funding a network of far left commie a-holes who were ready and willing to help one of their own gain more influence to take over the Democratic party…
Also before we go down the conspiracy theories too hard and fast about Soros octopus-like influence, check this little #MAGA link real quick-like.