George Soros flies under radar, strikes soft targets
Political World / November 30, 2016

Much noise has emanated from both the left and right concerning the large splash Soros’ head first cannonball into the Clinton funding pool made. For all this, over $25 million when summed, Soros got the privilege of painting a big L on his forehead while cavorting around in a parade of misfits with an ailing Alinskyite at the head, wheezing pneumonia into her dog whistle, her white flag flailing dangerously in paroxysms of semi-voluntary waves that the untrained eye could have easily mistaken for preemptive surrender. As bad as this defeat seems for Soros, it’s likely that he had foreseen it and invested in Clinton not so much to propel her to the White House, though he certainly would have been happy with that outcome, but as a referendum against the Trump phenomenon and the serious threat he perceives it posing to the ideals he holds dear. In this conception, George Soros didn’t expect his investment to generate a win but instead expected it only to detract from Trump’s mandate. In this he may well have succeeded. But it also seems to have served as a sort of interference play. A consequence of his huge loss to Clinton has been…