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White House logs reveal George Soros' son has made at least 14 visits
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White House logs reveal George Soros' son has made at least 14 visits

George Soros has proven himself instrumental in funding leftist causes over the years, but at the age of 92, the open society he has sought after needs a new champion. The billionaire's 37-year-old son, Alexander Soros, appears keen to carry on his father's legacy of propping up radicals and technocrats alike.

Recently updated White House visitor logs have revealed that Alexander Soros has the ear of prominent officials and staffers inside the Biden administration, having visited the White House at least 14 times since President Joe Biden took office.

Soros the younger chairs his father's Open Society Foundation and sits on the board of the European Council on Foreign Relations.

This Democratic fundraiser and University of California, Berkeley, grad routinely takes selfies with liberal elites and leftist politicians, such as French President Emmanuel Macron, former President Barack Obama, Rep. Nancy Pelosi (R-Calif.), Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), and others across the globe.

On March 30, the White House revealed just how often in recent years Alexander Soros has haunted the White House.

Soros attended a luxurious state dinner hosted by President Biden and first lady Jill Biden on Dec. 1, after having met with then-White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain's adviser Nina Srivastava earlier in the day, reported the New York Post.

The next day, Soros met with both adviser to the counselor to the president Mariana Adame and deputy national security adviser Jonathan Finer.

Soros had on other occasions met with a national security adviser staffer and other personnel close to members of the president's inner circle.

Matt Palumbo, an author and essayist who has investigated the Soros empire, told "Fox & Friends First" that it was notable that most of Soros' White House visits were to individuals involved in national security.

"Ukraine is a country where the Soros family has unfortunately boasted a lot of influence. There is tens, if not hundreds of billions of dollars being thrown around there. So I think that will be something worth circling back on in coming months or years," said Palumbo.

Mike Howell, director of the Oversight Project at the Conservative Heritage Foundation, suggested that Soros' repeat visits to the White House are concerning since his family has already "done tremendous damage to our country," reported the Post.

"The Soros agenda is one of death and destruction in the name of open borders and ending Western civilization," said Howell. "The Biden administration and rogue prosecutor movement may be [its] most damaging purchase in America to date."

TheBlaze previously reported that Soros the elder has funneled $21 billion into leftist politics in an effort to influence global policy since 2000.

Contrary to Twitter CEO Elon Musk's suggestion that the younger Soros is "de facto in charge" of his father's leftist capital, Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, told the Post not to be "distracted by Alex’s name in the visitor log; it’s a George Soros rep they’re looking to meet with at the Biden White House. … He’s still calling the shots, it’s his money, his foundations."

Fitton underscored that Soros' "aggressive environmental agenda," open-border initiatives, and other destructive pet causes are still at play and continue to have significant influence in the Biden administration and Washington.

The Washington Examiner reported that Alexander Soros has pumped over $5.7 million into leftist political action committees and Democratic campaigns since 2018, according to Federal Election Commission filings. He reportedly directed $2 million in 2018 to Senate Majority PAC, linked to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

The younger Soros also contributed over $130,000 to Peolosi's campaign and a super PAC victory fund associated with the former House Speaker.

"Alexander Soros is poised to lead his family's multibillion-dollar political and philanthropic network," Scott Walter, president of the conservative think tank Capital Research Center, told the Washington Examiner.

"Like his father, he cozies up to White House and congressional leaders willing to do the family's bidding on such issues as crime, immigration, election policy, and more, as the Soroses exploit every type of giving: money to parties, independent expenditure groups, and so-called 'charities,'" added Walter.

Editor's Note: This article originally erroneously referred to Chuck Schumer as a senator from California.

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Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon

Joseph MacKinnon is a staff writer for Blaze News. He lives in a small town with his wife and son, moonlighting as an author of science fiction.
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