George Soros Now Irrefutably Linked to Biden Transition Team

When it comes to the cardinal sins of politicking, there are but a few:  Don’t get caught with your name in Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book, don’t go on vacation while your state is suffering from a major catastrophe, and don’t find yourself associated with George Soros.

That last one isn’t easy to accomplish if you’re on the left side of the aisle, however, on account of Soros’ incredible wealth and his proclivity for holding that over Democratic candidates’ heads when they’re thinking about joining the public service.

This week, Soros’ name popped up once again over there in Liberal Land, and this time with a connection to a rather potent figure.

President Biden’s transition team raised more than $20 million, including donations from renowned business moguls and staples of the Hollywood celebrity circuit like George Soros, Laurene Powell Jobs, and Robert De Niro.

The president’s team spent nearly $24.4 million through mid-February, according to data disclosed on Monday by the General Services Administration, but Biden also raised an astounding $22.1 million from private donors.

Donald Trump, by contrast, raised $6.5 million and Barack Obama raised about $4 million.

Transitions are typically paid for by a combination of public and private funds. Acceptance of government support is conditional upon agreeing to disclose donations, which are capped at $5,000 per individual.

The breakdown of major donors was fairly striking.

Left-wing billionaire George Soros ($5,000)

DreamWorks cofounder Jeffrey Katzenberg: ($5,000)

“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane ($5,000)

Fmr. Virginia Gov. Terence McAuliffe ($5,000)

Film producer Abigail Disney ($5,000)

Billionaire heiress Laurene Powell Jobs ($5,000)

Actress Sharon Stone ($5,000)

Actress Patricia Arquette (5,000)

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio ($5,000)

Famous investor James Chanos ($5,000)

Actress Jennifer Aniston ($5,000)

Biden’s presidency hasn’t exactly begun with the progressive gusto that many believed would be coming, however, as the centrist has strayed from continuing to align himself with the radical left after somehow convincing them to vote for him.