George Soros Stuns by Calling Obama His ‘Greatest Disappointment’

July 18, 2018Jul 18, 2018

Liberal billionaire George Soros, who many people suspect is funding Black Lives Matter and Antifa protests, is throwing former President Barack Obama under the bus.

During a recent interview with the New York Times, Soros said Obama was “actually my greatest disappointment.” Soros heavily backed Obama’s run for president in 2008, according to Fox News.

But the Hungarian political influencer said he wasn’t upset by Obama’s presidency but rather because Obama “closed the door” on him the moment he won the presidency. In other words, it seems that Soros felt that Obama had taken his money, then kicked him to the curb.

He added that rather than Obama seeking his advice on many matters, he followed his old tendency to “take his supporters for granted and to woo his opponents.”

Soros claimed in the interview to not be very politically partisan and added, “I don’t particularly want to be a Democrat.”

That made his critics laugh. Some see it as an acknowledgment that the Democratic Party is too democratic for his power-hungry tastes. Others warned that everything Soros says in his rare interviews is carefully crafted to fool the public.

Soros has already contributed at least $15 million to Democrats in an attempt to help them win during the midterm elections.

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