John McCain & George Soros: Decades long nefarious connections

Radical leftist Soros aims to influence elections and public policy with cash infusions

High dollar donations from suspect characters and dubious international players are hallmarks of the McCain Institute for International Leadership, housed at Arizona State University. its shady dealings need not only a bright light but a good dose of disinfectant.

The Daily Caller reports that critics note that the institute’s donors and McCain’s personal leadership in the organization’s exclusive “Sedona Forum” bear an uncanny resemblance to the glitzy Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) that annually co-mingled special interests and powerful political players in alleged pay-to-play schemes.

The McCain Institute has accepted contributions of as much as $100,000 from billionaire liberal activist-funder George Soros and from Teneo, a for-profit company co-founded by Doug Band, former President Bill Clinton’s “bag man.” Teneo has long helped enrich Clinton through lucrative speaking and business deals.

ABC 15 AZ  reported in 2016 on a $1 million Saudi Arabian donation to the institute, a contribution the McCain group has refused to explain publicly.

Even the far-left Washington Post questions the legitimacy of McCain’s claim that he has nothing to do with the institute that bears his name.

Donations at or exceeding $100,000 include monies raised by McCain Presidential Campaign. Also on the list are the McCain Institute Foundation and Cindy Hensley McCain’s Hensley Beverage Company. In the $25,000 – $99,999 category is McCain’s socialist friend, multi-billionaire George Soros, who disdains international borders. The notorious Gregory and Lisa WendtSan Francisco liberals who have worked with McCain operatives to oust elected precinct committeemen in Arizona precincts — are on the list, as is “The Smith Richardson Foundation’s grant [which] supports the project: From Reset to Containment: In Search of a Better U.S. Policy towards Putin’s Russia.”  This sounds suspiciously akin to the issue  McCain has been manufacturing  to discredit President Donald Trump.

Socialist Soros, one of the most powerful men o the planet, controls a vast network of radical organizations that is nearly unfathomable. Through them, he and his family are able to mobilize street mobs, turning incidents into incendiary hordes of rioters as we’ve seen repeatedly.  Ferguson, Missouri was a single example. The thuggery and violence associated with Black Lives Matter was a direct result of Soros’ influence and money.  Discover the Networks, a guide to the political left, has a wealth of information.

In 2016 Politico reported that George Soros’ latest quest was a “quiet overhaul of America’s criminal justice system. Here in Arizona, he funded a losing candidate for Maricopa County Attorney and a winning candidate for sheriff, spending $2 million to topple Sheriff Joe Arpaio and install Democrat Paul Penzone. Liberal Democrats and RINOs are the recipients of his generosity. Check out Open Secrets lists under Recipients and Congressional Committees.

Seeing Red AZ has previously covered the cozy relationship between John McCain, Hillary Clinton and multi-billionaire anti-capitalist, America-hater George Soros.

Here are a few  of those posts:

Jan. 27, 2014: John McCain cavorts with pal George $oros

Feb.1, 2016:    By George! McCain & Hillary have a lot in common

Jan. 7, 2017:  Soros funded losing candidates to defeat Trump and failed

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7 Responses to John McCain & George Soros: Decades long nefarious connections

  1. Frankly Speaking says:

    WND has reported that John McCain has been receiving funds for George Soros since 2001
    http://www.wnd.com/2008/02/56177/er

    That was back when he was just an incompetent “Maverick” (RINO) and not yet showing signs of dementia. He’s always been greedy and desperately needing attention. Those are two traits that made him ripe for Soros to control..

    • Anna Gaines says:

      The Vietnamese voters gave him back the seat. They tend to believe his lies. There are decent people, he was deceitful.

  2. MacBeth says:

    The Daily Caller was co-founded by Tucker Carlson. As fr as I’m concerned that gives veracity in spades to the expose on McCain. I’ve lived my life in Arizona and I’ve never been as disgusted by any (so-called) Republican politicians as I am with John McCain and Jeff Flake. They are both disreputable.

  3. Observer says:

    The Daily Caller did a fine job and so has SRAZ…as usual. We have one group to hold accountable for the continued reelection of John McAwful and his sidekick Jeff the Flake: Arizona’s uniformed voters who believe the lies they tell when campaign season rolls around. These goons are elected to six year terms!!!!

    Spend some time getting informed and talking to your friends and neighbors. It matters. These people are not working on behalf of the citizens of the state of Arizona or the rest of the United States, who are also affected by their votes. Both McCain and Flake are liberals pretending to be conservatives every six years. We got screwed by McCain once again. Flake is up for reelection in 2018. We need to get rid of him. He needs a real job.

  4. Kathy says:

    Kelli Ward should use this connection (which more than likely involves Flake as well), in ad after ad after ad!!

  5. Jakesez says:

    I am sure that all of us have, at one time or another, wondered how a state or some government agency has became so corrupt or incompetent. I think we see the process in action with McCain and ASU. He has infected ASU by giving cash and inserting his influence thru the Institute for International Leadership. It is a process that starts slowly and grows until the government or offices involved are so dependent on the money or enamored with the publicity that they are all but bought lock, stock and barrel. This is not ASU or any of the other university’s first experience with the purchasing of their good names and status.

    • Conservative Since Birth says:

      We went to see Donald Trump in Mesa when he was running for president, ASU students were out in full force at that time getting signatures for McCain. McCain wasn’t there, but Kelly Ward was.