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BREAKING: Joe Walsh’s 2020 primary Trump challenge is funded by Soros

By Staff Writer – Caravan to Midnight

With Soros funded John Kasich saying that he sees ‘no path’ to challenging Trump in GOP primary, it seems the Open Society Foundations Stalwart has set his sights on a new strategy in the form of Joe Walsh.
The controversial radio host and former Illinois congressman who is now having the GOP’s version of a “I am Spartacus” moment with his declaration on Sunday morning that he will be challenging President Donald Trump in the 2020 Presidential Election.

Billionaire George Soros officially launched a new political action committee this month to promote Democratic candidates in the 2020 elections. Democracy PAC, Soros’ new super PAC, received a $5.1 million contribution made on July 31st 2019, according to a filing with the Federal Election Commission.

The Democratic megadonor’s contribution is his first involvement in the 2020 elections. The 88-year-old financier has been active in financing Democratic campaigns for years, putting more than $20 million in Democratic campaigns in 2016 that included races down the ballot, even local campaigns for local prosecutors.

It stands to reason that with so many weak DNC “presidential wannabes” that Soros will need an “insurance plan“. We know that many GOP members have benefited from the generous coffers of the Open Society Foundation including Republican presidential candidate John Kasich that received $202,700, making Soros one of the Kasich campaign’s top funders. Former House Speaker Paul Ryan’s campaign received $10,800 from Soros, the same amount the billionaire invested in Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s campaign. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina received $3,500 in donations from Soros Fund Management employees, according to the Center for Responsive Politics data. That includes $1,500  from Soros Fund Management executive Scott Bessent. Other Republican congressional recipients of past Soros contributions, according to a WND report, included Sen. John McCain of Arizona ($2,500); Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida ($2,700); Rep. Joe Heck on Nevada ($2,700); Rep. John Boehner of Ohio ($2,600); Rep. Ed Royce of California ($2,500); Rep. Carlos Curbelo of Florida ($1,000); Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa ($1,000); Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin ($1,000); Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of Washington ($1,000); and Rep. Dan Donovan of New York ($300).

One only has to follow the “Dark Money“to see what is going on. Let’s jump into the rabbit hole.

  • EXPOSED: NeoCon Bill Kristol Bankrolled by Soros-Linked Leftist Billionaire

Iraq War architect and neoconservative family prince Bill Kristol has been enjoying a career second wind as a “principled conservative” token of the left, receiving pure adulation from MSNBC liberals for denunciations of American nationalism and the Trump administration.
It seems Kristol’s political travel comes with a hefty financial incentive. In a report from American Greatness’ Julie Kelly, it was revealed that Kristol’s umbrella organization ‘Defending Democracy Together’ has recieved at least $600,000 from eBay founder and progressive billionaire sugar daddy Pierre Omidyar.
Omidyar is known as a prolific funder of Democratic and progressive organizations and causes. A 2014 report of the Media Research Center placed him on the highest tier elite liberal donors, comparable to “Michael Bloomberg, Warren Buffett, Pierre Omidyar, Tom Steyer, and Jonathan Soros.” 
The latter is the son of the “charitable” kingpin, George Soros. Omidyar himself has donated extensively to Soros’ Open Society Foundations to the tunes of millions- meaning that Kristol, a supposed “conservative,” finds himself financially tied to Soros.

With most of his money coming from far-left billionaire Pierre Omidyar, Never Trump dead ender Bill Kristol decided to put the “bull” in Bulwark by launching his new website with a heaping helping of fake news.

With a ton of aid and comfort from the gangsters at CNN and the serial liars at the Washington Post, the Bulwark officially launched this in January 2019, with the promise to “conserve conservatism” by fighting the Bad Orange Man using the same guys who tanked the 23-year-old Weekly Standard last December.

The New York Times reported Wednesday evening that former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) is considering a primary challenge to President Donald Trump, and that he is being supported by “Never Trump” stalwart Bill Kristol. Mr. Kristol said Mr. Walsh’s comfort with the in-your-face format of conservative talk radio makes him a potentially more effective combatant against Mr. Trump than someone like William Weld, the genteel former governor of Massachusetts, whose own primary challenge to the president has gained little traction.

Connect the dots and realize that every single “Never-Trump opposition candidate” is singing from the same proverbial hymnbookJohn B Wells, pointed out on Twitter that Joe is already using the same loser off-the-shelf Leftist talking points.

Who is Joe Walsh?

Over the years, he has had a number of careers

The North Barrington native grew up in an Irish Catholic household with nine children, seven of them boys. He graduated in 1980 from Barrington High School, where he was senior class president and active in sports. He earned a degree in English from the University of Iowa and, some years later, a master’s in public policy from the University of Chicago.

In the mid-’80s, Walsh gave acting a go. He told the Tribune in 2011 that he studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York and places out West. Before being elected to Congress, he was a community college teacher, fundraiser, researcher and worker at financial firms, public records show.

He was once an Illinois congressman

Walsh served one term in the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Illinois’ 8th District, from 2011 to 2013. He made his first bid for Congress in 1996 and another failed bid for office — for the Illinois House — in 1998.

His political breakthrough came in 2010 when he rode the tea party wave to beat three-term incumbent Melissa Bean by 290 votes out of more than 202,000 cast. His victory returned the district, which covered much of Lake County, part of northwest Cook County and eastern McHenry County, to its GOP roots during a year that Democrats, nationally, were trounced.

Walsh wasted no time in Washington trying to stand out in a robust Republican freshman class. On TV, he delivered aggressive sound bites and became a vocal scold of the Obama administration.

Now, he’s a conservative radio show host

Months after his stint in Congress ended, “The Joe Walsh Show” began airing on Chicago radio waves.

“I intend to do with this program what I did as a U.S. congressman – speak plainly, speak directly, not worry about political correctness, and engage in respectful, engaging debate with all viewpoints,” Walsh told the Northwest Herald at the time.

Today, the show is syndicated around the country and available as a podcast.

His career has included many controversies, big and small

  • On Oct. 26, 2016, Walsh expressed his support for Trump on Twitter and seemed to call for taking up arms if the Republican lost to Hilary Clinton, writing “if Trump loses, I’m grabbing my musket. You in?”
  • In the summer of 2016, Walsh ran afoul of Twitter after he responded to a shooting in Dallas that killed five police officers. “This is now war. Watch out Obama. Watch out black lives matter punks. Real America is coming after you,” he tweeted. He stood by his tweet, saying it had been misinterpreted.
  • Walsh was one of the many politicians fooled by comedian Sacha Baron Cohen in his Showtime satire series “Who is America?” Walsh appeared in a segment called “KILL OR BE KILLED” in which the actor, playing a fake Israeli “anti-terror expert” offered a solution to America’s school shootings problem: arming toddlers with weapons in a new program called “Kinderguardians.” Walsh told CNN he was duped by Cohen telling him he was “getting an award” for being a great supporter of Israel, then was asked to read off a teleprompter about “some of the innovative products that Israel invented.” He said as he read it, he thought, “Well, this is kind of crazy, but it is Israel and Israel is strong on defense.” Later, “we found out this whole thing was made up.”
  • In June 2014, Walsh was briefly taken off the air when he used racial epithets in discussing the controversy over the name of the Washington Redskins NFL team.
  • In 2013, on the 50th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, Walsh shared his own version on his radio show, telling listeners that he had a dream that “young black males and females graduate from high school,” and that “young black men don’t become daddies until after they’re married, and until after they have a job.”
  • In his failed 2012 reelection bid, Walsh said his Democratic opponent, now Sen. Tammy Duckworth, who lost both her legs when her aircraft was shot down during the Iraq War in 2004, was not one of the nation’s “true heroes.”
  • In a May 2011 interview with Slate, Walsh said Obama was elected because of his race that voters chose him “because he pushed that magical button: a black man who was articulate, liberal, the whole white guilt, all of that.”
  • Shortly after being elected in 2010, Walsh had a very public child support disputewith his ex-wife, which they settled in 2012. Laura Walsh had filed a lawsuit alleging that Joe Walsh owed $117,437 in overdue child support. As part of their settlement, both said that Joe Walsh was never “a deadbeat dad.”
  • The Tribune examined Walsh’s driving record and found that from 1989 to 2009 he was cited for traffic offenses 17 times and his license was suspended while he was serving in Congress because his high-risk car insurance policy lapsed.

Travis M. Andrews of the Washington Post contributed.



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