George Soros’ Son Visited the White House at Least 14 Times

George Soros has been a key figure in funding leftist causes over time, but at 92 years old, the open society that he sought to support needs a new leader. Alexander Soros, the billionaire’s 37-year-old son, seems keen to continue his father’s legacy, which includes supporting radicals and technocrats.

Recent White House visitor logs show that Alexander Soros is well-known to prominent officials and staff within the Biden administration. He has visited the White House at least 14 times since President Joe Biden was elected.

Soros, the younger, chairs his father’s Open Society Foundation. He also sits on the board of the European Council on Foreign Relations.

The Democratic fundraiser and the University of California Berkeley grad regularly take selfies with leftist politicians and elites such as former President Barack Obama, Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Cory Booker (D.N.J.), Sen. Chuck Schumer, (D.Calif.), and many others around the world.


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The White House announced on March 30 that Alexander Soros had haunted it many times in recent years.

After having had a meeting with Nina Srivastava, and then-White House Chief Of Staff Ron Klain, Soros attended a state dinner hosted by President Biden.

Soros met with Mariana Adame, the adviser to the president, and Jonathan Finer (deputy national security advisor).

On other occasions, Soros met with national security adviser staffers and other personnel who were close to members of the president’s inner circle.

Matt Palumbo is an essayist and author who investigated the Soros empire. He told Fox & Friends First that it was noteworthy that Soros’ White House visits were mostly to people involved in national security.

“Ukraine is one country where the Soros family has unfortunately enjoyed a lot of influence. There are tens to hundreds of billions of dollars being spent there. Palumbo said, “So I think that’s something worth circling back to in the coming months or years.”

Mike Howell, Director of the Oversight Project at the Conservative Heritage Foundation, stated that Soros’ repeated visits to the White House is concerning as his family has already “done tremendous harm to our country,” according to the Post.

Howell stated that Soros’s agenda was one of destruction and death in the name of open borders and ending Western civilization. “The Biden administration’s and the rogue prosecutor movements may have been [its] most destructive purchase in America to date.”

We reported previously that Soros, the elder, has funneled $21 million into leftist politics to try and influence global policy.

According to Twitter CEO Elon Musk, the younger Soros appears to be “de facto” in charge of his father’s leftist capital. However, Tom Fitton (president of Judicial Watch) told the Post that Alex’s name is not in the visitor log and that it’s a George Soros representative they’re looking for to meet at the Biden White House. … He still has the final say, it’s his money and his foundations.

Fitton stressed that Soros’ aggressive environmental agenda, open-border initiatives, and other destructive causes are still in play and have a significant influence on the Biden administration as well as Washington.

According to Federal Election Commission filings, the Washington Examiner reported that Alexander Soros had pumped more than $5.7 million into Democratic political action committees and Democratic campaign campaigns since 2018. According to reports, he directed $2 million to Senate MajorityPAC in 2018, which is linked to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer.

Pelosi and a super PAC victory funds associated with the former House Speaker were also funded by the younger Soros.

Scott Walter, president, and CEO of Capital Research Center conservative think tank said that Alexander Soros is well-placed to lead his multibillion-dollar philanthropic and political network.

Walter said that his father cozies up with the White House and congressional leaders who are willing to do the family’s bidding on issues such as crime, migration, and election policy.