Oh, that George Soros is one slick character.
While slamming tech companies in public and driving their stock prices down, Soros at the same time was gobbling up their shares at lower prices.
The hypocrisy of Soros never ceases to amaze.
This is a man that promotes socialism at every chance he gets.
Yet, at the same time, he has become one of the richest men on the planet by exploiting capitalism.
Companies like Facebook and Google are virtually untouchable in terms of an investment.
The fact is no matter how many grenades are lobbed at these companies, sooner or later they will come out of the mess with nothing more than a little scrape.
If a small business owner had found himself facing the allegations Facebook had earlier this year, he would have been out of business.
All that happened to Facebook, though, was that the stock price took a hit.
At the helm of those allegations was none other than George Soros.
Soros absolutely shredded both Facebook and Google.
“As Facebook and Google have grown into ever [sic] more powerful monopolies, they have become obstacles to innovation, and they have caused a variety of problems which we are only now beginning to become aware,” Soros wrote in February.
While Soros was slamming these companies, no doubt causing some liberal investors to jump ship, he was gobbling up shares left and right.
All told, Soros reportedly bought 159,200 shares of Facebook and 12,400 shares of Alphabet, Google’s parent company, according to SEC filings.
It would not be a reach to say Soros made his comments purposely in order to manipulate the market for his own financial benefit.
Simply put, the man is a criminal mastermind. He is a real-life Lex Luthor with an end plan to not only be the richest man on the planet, but also the most powerful.