A petition on WhiteHouse.gov demanding that the federal government declare anti-American billionaire George Soros a terrorist is getting off the hook support.
George Soros is notorious for funding dozens of anti-American groups, unions, left-wing think tanks, Black Lives Matter, and many Americans have about had it with this monster funding attacks on our country.
The petition to declare Soros a terrorist is now one of the most popular ones on WhiteHouse.gov, according to Law Newz.
The petition itself begins saying:
Whereas George Soros has willfully and on an ongoing basis attempted to destabilize and otherwise commit acts of sedition against the United States and its citizens…
The DOJ should immediately declare George Soros and all of his organizations and staff members to be domestic terrorists, and have all of his personal and organizational wealth and assets seized under Civil Asset Forfeiture law.
The petition has a goal of 100,000 signers, but it already has nearly 60,000 to date.
According to MoneyMorning.com, Soros is gearing up to spend more money than ever to influence our 2018 midterm elections.
According to the report, Soros is plunging $5 million to help left-wing Democrats for the upcoming 2018 midterms.
That is almost double what he spent last time in 2014.
Now, with liberals losing their tiny minds over influence in our elections, why are they silent when Soros actually puts MILLIONS of dollars to influence our elections?
To further estimate how much Soros will contribute to super PACs ahead of next year’s midterms, we can look at where he’s already making big-money contributions in order to get an idea of what he might have in mind…
For example, on July 31, the Soros-backed American Bridge super PAC launched a multi-pronged effort to attack the White House on global climate change and the environment.
Soros has long donated to this organization – giving it $2 million in funding last year alone.
Another very popular petition at WhiteHouse.gov asks Trump to declare Antifa a terrorist group, too.
It has already reached the 100,000-signature threshold after which the White House must reply.
So far, however, there has been no reply.