[ASI] The Controversial Anti-Soros Newt Ad

February 4th, 2012 at 6:55 am EDT

Dear Friend of America's Survival, Inc.:

The Newt Gingrich ad talking about Mitt Romney being a Soros-approved candidate is generating enormous controversy. Romney talks about Obama and Romney being similar. Watch the ad here.

"If it's between Romney and Obama, there isn't all that much difference..." Soros said.

One of Romney's surrogates, former New Hampshire governor John Sununu, thinks the ad is terrible. He says: "He played a video attacking Mitt Romney on the basis of a chance comment that Soros made in an interview. Soros was talking about people running for president and Soros suggested a similarity between Mitt Romney and the current incumbent in the White House. If I were Newt Gingrich I would be self-sensitive to doing something as silly as that ... [he went] cheek-to-cheek with Nancy Pelosi in an ad that was funded by a group that Soros paid for. So ... it was Soros's money that put Gingrich on TV."

It's true that Gingrich made that ad with Pelosi and it was partly funded by an Al Gore group getting money from Soros. But here's the difference: Gingrich called that ad a big mistake on his part. Has Romney disavowed the support of George Soros?

The Romney remark wasn't a "chance" comment. It was made during an interview.

The issue is: Has Romney disavowed Soros? Has he denounced Soros?  Can somebody send me proof of that?

Gingrich had attacked Soros in his book, To Save America. Soros thinks Gingrich is too far to the right.

Let me emphasize my point is not to endorse or oppose any candidate. I am providing the facts about the influence of George Soros in the political process. That is why we started www.sorosfiles.com

Consider this fact: hedge fund billionaire John Paulson is another big backer of Romney. This is a guy who made billions from the collapse of the housing sector of the U.S. economy. And Paulson is close to Soros. (You can find a complete list of supporters of the Super PACs in this article from the New York Times.)

The Wall Street Journal said that George Soros "invited Paulson to lunch, asking for details of how he laid his bets, with [financial] instruments that didn't exist a few years ago." The Journal said Soros declined to comment on the meeting.

I wrote at the time: "Since Soros is a major supporter of the secretive Democracy Alliance, a group backed by rich liberals who fund a network of liberal-left groups dedicated to electing Democrats to the White House and Congress, could the discussion have also been political in nature?"

My friends: these are not dumb people. I think what is happening is obvious: they control the Democratic Party and want to control the Republican Party.

I believe there is a division of labor here. Soros says nice things about Romney, while continuing to officially back Obama and the Democrats, and Paulson and other hedge fund operators line up behind Romney with campaign cash. They've got their bases covered. They win no matter who wins the election.

Here's another article about an important angle: "For Romney and Paul, a strategic alliance between establishment and outsider." This Washington Post article describes how Romney and Ron Paul are working together in the Republican primaries.

The Post reports: "The Romney-Paul alliance is more than a curious connection. It is a strategic partnership: for Paul, an opportunity to gain a seat at the table if his long-shot bid for the presidency fails; for Romney, a chance to gain support from one of the most vibrant subgroups within the Republican Party."

The purpose is to make sure Romney wins the Republican nomination. Don't forget that Paul has specialized in attacking Gingrich and Santorum. But he has gone soft on Romney. Now we learn that this is a deliberate strategy. 

This is fascinating because Arlen Williams pointed out to me that the person behind Ron Paul's Super PAC is a rich homosexual activist named Peter Thiel. (Please visit Arlen's great site  http://gulagbound.com/ )

Now, if you read this article I wrote back in September 2010, you will come across another important name — hedge fund operator Paul Singer. He is a big contributor to Mitt Romney. My article also mentions Peter Thiel.

Who are these people? They are members of a financial cabal pushing the Republican Party to embrace homosexual rights and gay marriage. My article is titled, Republicans Raise Money for Gay Agenda.

Remember that Ron Paul supports homosexual rights, including gays in the military. Romney supported gay rights when he was governor of Massachusetts but tries to play down that fact in the current campaign.

In regard to Paul Singer, the Romney supporter, here's what the Boston Globe reports:

Singer, who is a fund-raiser and adviser to Romney, has given hundreds of thousands of dollars over the years to the National Republican Senatorial Committee and contributed to numerous Republican politicians. He is also known for supporting gay marriage. Singer's son is gay, and Singer was one of three wealthy Republicans who helped bankroll New York's campaign to legalize gay marriage, donating $425,000 and marshaling other Republican donors...

So who benefits from the Romney-Paul alliance that is designed to make Romney the Republican presidential nominee? The answer is the homosexual movement and the big money interests in the hedge fund industry. And that includes George Soros.

It's no wonder that Soros says Romney is acceptable to him. Soros is one of the biggest backers of homosexual rights in the country today. He also makes billions through his own hedge fund.

The only way to avert this catastrophe in the making is to expose the role of George Soros and the hedge fund billionaires. That's why we need Glenn Beck back on the Fox News Channel.

I make the case for Beck's return in the latest edition of America' Survival TV, with Jerry Kenney.

Make sure you stay up to date on all of this by checking www.sorosfiles.com every day. We have new reports, including one by Trevor Loudon on WikiLeaks and another by Tina Trent on the war on police. Spread the word.

I will be with Trevor and Tina and Jim Simpson at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) next week in Washington, D.C. We will be unveiling our "Bring Back Beck" campaign. I hope to see you there. We will have buttons and bumper stickers and all kinds of hand-outs.

Send me your thoughts at Kincaid@comcast.net

Thank you for your support.

For America's Survival,

Cliff Kincaid, President

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