This post was written by Dmitri Voltova

Did President Trump label George Soros, the alt-left financer, a national security threat to America?


According to Washingtonfeed and Conservative Daily Post, he did:


It’s no surprise that one of the most hated people in the entire world is George Soros. This liberal billionaire has used his massive wealth and resources to essentially control the Democratic Party. Which is why if Hillary Clinton had won the presidential election, she would have been listening to Soros.

When you’re done imaging that nightmare scenario, it’s important to realize that the fight isn’t over yet. Hillary might have lost the election, but Soros is still out there, mobilizing and planning more moves that seek to dismantle the Donald Trump presidency.

That’s why Trump finally had enough and is going to charge Soros as a “threat to national security” in the United States. Considering that this is the same man that has mobilized and paid protesters to create a tremendous amount of damage, it’s been a long time coming for this order.


Trump Declares Globalist Soros As “National Security Threat”…Using Obama’s 2014 Executive Order



But, looking at the executive Orders, he did not.


So is he a national security threat?



Well, PJ Media just found out all the hot juicy gossip about Soro’s evil plan to stop Trump’s immigration plan:


Rather than a complete “Muslim ban” as promised during the campaign, Trump’s executive order contains moderate refugee restrictions, similar to those that have been implemented by President Obama. If reports are true that restrictions are being applied even to green-card holders, that is an unfortunate misapplication of the law that will likely soon be corrected.

Protesters quickly materialized Saturday at JFK Airport, where some refugees were being temporarily detained.

Soros also funds the nerds at Media Matters, a group that is working with Facebook to censor conservatives.

So is he banned?

Not according to law, or yet. We will keep you updated.





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