George Soros doing his best to get Clinton re-instated
Jewish billionaire George Soros is behind the recent push for election vote recount in the US in a bid to get Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton into the White House, an American analyst argues.
Mark Dankof, a former US Senate candidate based in San Antonio, made the remarks in regard to an official petition by Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein to do a recount in the state of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin’s 10 electoral votes went to US President-elect Donald Trump, who managed to beat Clinton by a small margin of over 27,000 votes.
Stein, on the other hand, finished fourth behind the Libertarian Party’s Gray Johnson, by receiving only 30,000 votes in the state and over 1 million votes nationwide.
Nonetheless, the state announced on Friday that it was preparing to begin the recounting process.
A fundraiser launched by the Stein campaign to finance the costs of the recount bid had returned over $5 million as of Friday, higher than the money Stein took in terms of donations during the campaign run.
“The fact of the matter is this entire thing smells,” Dankof said. “It is very clear that when Jill Stein can suddenly raise this kind of money, then there is someone other than her Green Party grassroots supporters that is behind this effort.”
Stein has reportedly set aside $2.5 million of the money for the recounts, which may cost around $1 million in Wisconsin alone.
Stein’s move came days after a group of academics and election lawyers called on Clinton to challenge the results of the November 8 vote in some counties of the same Rust Belt states.
“It is quite clear that Jill Stein, in my view, is a player, a major player, for a hidden cabal that continues to manipulate results that it cannot deal with in terms of the way that the election actually went,” Dankof argued.
“This is also an attempt on the part of the Soros and company in my judgment to provide a further legitimization of a mainstream media” that are trying their best “to get Hillary Clinton elected [as] the president of the United States,” the analyst argued.
Soros has been accused by Trump supporters of using his money to organize widespread protests against the Republican president-elect ever since his election victory on November 8.