Soros Jr. encourages Democrats to call Trump a ‘convicted felon’

His father, George Soros, is a convicted felon who promotes the early release of felons

By Dénes Albert
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Alex Soros, the son of billionaire oligarch George Soros, is calling for Democrats to refer to Donald Trump as a “convicted felon” during the U.S. presidential election because “repetition is the key to a successful message.”

As presidential elections approach, Soros Jr. is picking up the legacy of his father and doing everything possible to ensure Trump does not win the U.S. presidential election in November.

“Repetition is the key to a successful message and we want people to wrestle with the notion of hiring a convicted felon for the most important job in the country! ” Alex Soros wrote.

The former U.S. president was recently found guilty on all charges by a New York jury related to hush money payments. In fact, a CNN legal analyst has even called out the unprecedented nature of the case, noting that nobody has ever been charged in such a manner as Trump.

Notably, George Soros has used his vast fortune to call for the early release of violent felons, and has actively supported district attorneys and other politicians who have advocated for this policy along with many other pro-felon policies.

At the same time, George Soros is himself a convicted felon who was found guilty of insider trading, a point some users on X were quick to make.

After the verdict was announced, Donald Trump said that the real verdict would be delivered by the voters on Nov. 5, the day of the election.

Speaking in court after the jury’s verdict, Trump described the entire prosecution as a sham, which he said was launched by the Biden administration to damage a political opponent.

The unofficial Republican presidential nominee called the Democratic district attorney who initiated the prosecution, Alvin Bragg, a Soros-backed prosecutor.

Fox News previously reported that George Soros gave $1 million in 2021 to the Color of Change group, which spent a significant amount of money to support the candidacy of Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

SOURCES:Magyar Nemzet
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