Report: George Soros tied to funding for migrant caravan

October 25, 2018 by Jerry McCormick

There has been a lot of speculation about the financing of the migrant caravan making its way to the United States.

Now, there is evidence that George Soros may be tied to the group — and even U.S. taxpayer monies may have been used to offer aid to the caravan.

The Soros Tie

A picture of the caravan that was recently captured created some serious concerns about the financing for the group:

If you look at the bottom set of pictures in that tweet, one of the members of the caravan is carrying a yellow bag marked USAID.

USAID describes itself as “the world’s premier international development agency and a catalytic actor driving development results.”

The organization, of course, is funded with our tax dollars.

The Soros connection comes in via support for left-wing groups overseas that are tied directly to the billionaire himself.

USAID has reportedly sent more than $500 million to the countries where the members of the caravan originated.

You can surely see where this is going.

Organized

A second factor that makes the rumors that this caravan is politically motivated seem true is how organized much of the demonstrations by migrants have been.

The pictures taken showing the journey of the caravan have been speculated to have been taken with very high-end equipment.

Furthermore, many of the scenes and protests occurring during the caravan’s journey appear to be very well-rehearsed and staged for the cameras.

This, of course, has led to more than a little speculation the caravan’s motives are, in fact, politically charged.

If this true, it is time for Soros to be held accountable for his actions against the United States.

Keep in mind that this is all happening within two weeks of the midterm elections that Democrats so badly need to win.

Our country appears to be under attack, and sadly, it very well may be our own Democrats writing the orders.