Billionaire puppet master George Soros visited the White House toward the end of last year to meet with Obama’s top advisor on ISIS, BEFORE he was appointed, logs have revealed.
The White House visitor log reveals that Soros journeyed to Washington DC along with his own top advisor Michael Vachon and lefty political scientist Ivan Krastev to visit Rob Malley, Obama’s ISIS czar.
Soros and Krastev, who is Chairman of the Centre for Liberal Strategies thinktank, met with Malley in the Executive Office Building on October 8th, according to the log.
Just days after the visit Malley was officially named ISIS czar, with reports suggesting that the terrorist group was undoubtedly the topic of the meeting.
One day before the meeting, Krastev, who is from Bulgaria, had an article published in the New York Times which mused on the ongoing tensions between Russia and the United States concerning Syria.
Malley is also extremely well connected to Soros, given that he was formerly Middle East director for the International Crisis Group, for which Soros sits on the board of Directors.
Malley was also formerly on the advisory council of J Street, another liberal thinktank that has been funded in the past by Soros.
Soros’ trip to the White House marked the 13th time that he has visited since Obama has been in office.
Emails recently released by the State Department as part of the ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server, indicated that Soros regretted backing Obama over Hillary in 2008:
“He said he regretted his decision in the primary – he likes to admit mistakes when he makes them and that was one of them,” noted Center for American Progress President Neera Tanden in a May 2012 email to Clinton.
Soros reportedly gave the Obama campaign $5 million, but then felt snubbed and ignored.
A Soros confident told The New Yorker in 2012 that “They pissed on him… He didn’t want a f-cking thing! He didn’t want a state dinner, or a White House party—he just wanted to be taken seriously.”
Soros clearly wished to keep his fingers in the White House pie, given that he has backed Hillary Clinton to the tune of $6 million so far, The Hill recently reported.