We know of the billionaire investor on http://www.politifact.com/ohio/statements/2016/apr/04/trusted-leadership-pac/no-george-soros-not-bankrolling-john-kasichs-campa/, George Soros. His philanthropy, his wealth, his ideals and even his political affiliations. Soros is notorious for dropping gobs of money into political activities in order to sway the outcome, and he has every legal right to do so. The self-made billionaire has enough financial resources and political experience to be felt at large.
Today, that prowess is being contested.
An unknown party- maybe one “who cannot be named”is targeting George Soros on theatlantic.com through accusations of foul play. The recent, U.S. developments in politics, tied to the continuance of Ohio’s very own Governor, John Kasich who’s been said to rival the “princes of darkness” by his very own words, is being integrated into Soros’ political agenda.
What we cover during these moments are speculations that the investing tycoon is supporting Kasich as the governor remains in the presidential run.
The rumors come through television ads where clear images of George Soros and John Kasich are presented by a slanderous voice narrating how the candidate is bankrolled by the ex-hedge-fund manager. These broadcasts were aired in the state of Wisconsin during the first week of April.
It’s confirmed on NY Times, however, that their paid status comes from a super PAC that is backing presidential candidate, Ted Cruz. Regardless, the same speculation finds its way into online platforms such as DCClotheslin.com and suggests a behind-the-scene support of “hundreds of thousands” coming from the billionaire.
We all would like to know about the potentials of it all being true. But sorry, folks. The “buck” stops here. George Soros on marketwatch has been transparent in his political affiliations for as long as he’s been involved in politics. It’s never been a hidden deal or an unknown deposit when this philanthropist does his bidding.
Even the political science professor, Tom Sutton, would agree. Though donation limits are uncapped, donors are made public based on the actual rules which govern campaign funding and financing.
It was already confirmed earlier this year that George Soros has backed Hillary Clinton with the same confidence he did Barrack Obama though the mogul also admitted disappointment in that presidential venture. Even with funds in excess of $7 million given to Priorities USA Action from Soros, the transaction was never obscured by the media or Soros himself.
That super PAC supports Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
These super PACs are important mediators seeing how presidential runners are not allowed contact with donors. So the fact remains, Kasich’s campaign is largely overshadowed by the activity of its competitors, and the new development we see fall in line with the behaviors common of candidates who’ll say anything about those standing in their way to office.
Soros is not financially backing, John Kasich though.