On Wednesday, Pope Francis met with the son of leftist billionaire George Soros, Alex Soros, and former President Bill Clinton at a private audience in the Vatican.
Alex Soros, who took over his father’s Open Societies Foundations (OSF) last month, is a champion of the LGBT and abortion lobbies and a WEF Young Global Leader, was joined by Clinton while meeting the Pope at the Vatican.
Meanwhile, Clinton was accompanied to the Vatican by his son-in-law Marc Mezvinsky and Strobe Talbot, who was his roommate at Oxford and a former deputy secretary of state.
Soros, 37, spent the Fourth of July in Albania with Bill Clinton.
The Soros non-profit Open Society Foundation currently directs about $1.5 billion a year to liberal causes worldwide.
Alex Soros’ profile on the Open Society website states he is also “the founding chair of Bend the Arc Jewish Action, and sits on the boards of Bard College, the Center for Jewish History, Central European University, the European Council on Foreign Relations, and International Crisis Group.”
He also told the Wall Street Journal he worried about the possibility of Donald Trump winning the 2024 presidential election, meaning we can expect billions to be pumped into the Biden presidential campaign.
“As much as I would love to get money out of politics, as long as the other side is doing it, we will have to do it, too,” he said.
As The Daily Fetched reported earlier this year, the younger Soros made multiple visits to the White House, according to records reviewed by the New York Post.
Alexander, who is also a prominent Democratic Party donor, made at least a dozen meetings with White House officials last year, White House visitor logs revealed.
Those meetings included one with former White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain’s advisor, Nina Srivastava, who worked on Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.
Alexander Soros has also met with other world leaders, including French President Emmanuel Macron, at a White House dinner hosted by First Lady Jill Biden.
Below is a list of Soros’ meetings with top White House officials:
12/2/2022: Mariana Adame, Advisor to the Counselor Steve Ricchetti
12/2/2022: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
12/1/2022: State Dinner on South Lawn for French President Emmanuel Macron attended by President Biden
12/1/2022: Nina Srivastava, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain
10/14/2022: Mariana Adame, Advisor to the Counselor Steve Ricchetti (x2)
10/6/2022: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
10/6/2022: Kimberly Lang, Executive Assistant to the National Security Advisor
9/15/2022: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
9/14/2022: Nina Srivastava, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain (x2)
4/22/2022: Madeline Strasser, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain
12/15/2021: Jon Finer, Deputy National Security Advisor
10/29/2021: Madeline Strasser, adviser to then-Chief of Staff Ron Klain