What does Presidential candidate Donald Trump have in common with the founders of The Black Lives Matters Movement? Answer: Billionaire George Soros

In 2004 Donald Trump receives $160 million dollars from George Soros, who some economists claim was a bailout, in order to build another Trump Tower in Chicago. Later, we find Trump and Soros were also listed as co-defendants in a 2008 RICO lawsuit disputing the sale of a Manhattan General Motors building. A report on the case by Pensions and Investments listed Trump and Soros as investors in the property.


In 2009, it has been reported that Trump and Soros spent Christmas together. Ironically, in the same year, Trump releases his book Think Like A Champion, where he says that “I Think He’s Doing A Really Good Job…He’s Totally A Champion,” in regard to President Obama. Basically, we can see that George Soros and Donald Trump are drinking buddies. What does this have to do with Black Lives Matter?

According to the Black Lives Matters website, back in 2013, “as the story goes,” we are told that after George Zimmerman’s acquittal for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, the movement began with the hashtag ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter. The movement was co-founded by three black community organizers: Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi.

What’s so interesting about all of this is that all three founders of Black Lives Matter “coincidentally” come out of organizations that are funded by George Soros, a friend and comrade of Donald Trump. In addition to Opal Tometi of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration, the other two founders of BlackLivesMatters are Patrisse Cullors and Alicia Garza. Both come out of the Soros-funded stable of organizations. Garza, Cullors, and Tometi reportedly met while all three were working for BOLD (Black Organizing for Leadership & Dignity). Advisory Council chairwoman Alta Starr is a fund manager for the Ford Foundation and the New World Foundation, and an advisor to Soros’ Open Society Foundation’s Southern Initiative. She is a board member of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, an organization headed by BlackLivesMatter founder Alicia Garza.

Not only do we find that the founders of the Black Lives Matters Movement come out of organizations that are part of the George Soros machine, but as the January 1st, 2015 issue of the Washington Times reports, Soros has contributed millions of dollars to Black Lives Matters. While this may seem to be a strange stance for one of Donald Trump’s drinking buddies, it really describes the new wave of profit through non-profits that appear to be set up for the salvation of minorities. Do you realize how much money the 1% made off the 99% from the Occupy Wall Street Movement? Here’s the scheme.

The Millennials are tired of the mom-and-pop shops of political activism. No more Al Sharpton plum to prune diets. No more Jesse Jackson wearing a blood-stained t-shirt at a talk show on the day after Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, and bragging that “he was the last one” with the slain civil rights leader nonsense. No more “let’s have a Million Man March” and then collect $30 Million dollars at the march, with promises of opening a new black bank, only to discover that the Nation of Islam finds the building of a restaurant more appropriate in Chicago. No, the Millennials are much smarter than that, so we have to revert to another illusion.

Not only can we make a profit from prison building, and the protestors, but we can make money from the protesters by getting never-heard-of-before activists a chance to express their dream. Create a slogan and just watch the donations pouring in.

Is Black Lives Matters one of the Four Horsemen in the Book of Revelation? Let’s look at the evidence. Despite the pro-wrestling tactics of Donald Trump in trying to distance himself from Soros, in May 2016 he hires an employee of George Soros, Steven Mnuchin, as national finance chairman for his fundraising operation. What about George Soros? Oh, it’s no big thing! Soros was discovered in one of Hillary Clinton’s emails, oh those nasty emails, saying he regretted his support for President Obama. What about Black Lives Matter? Oh, it was just recently discovered that DeRay Mckesson of Black Lives Matter lives in a home owned by George Soros. And why not? Everybody is in bed with the other anyway.

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