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George Soros is bankrolling the effort to stop President Trump’s temporary refugee halt order.

As with all colour revolutions, one man stands in the shadows coordinating the efforts to destabilise legitimate governments with paid for useful idiots, assembled in the streets in protest of policy grounded in logic and national interest.

Of course we are talking about George Soros. His interest is a globalist agenda, and any nation state that is strays away from the neo-liberal religion he leads is a target for takeover.

Soros has overthrown countless governments all around the world (most recently Ukraine). He has destabilised entire nation states with his “Open Society” narrative that preaches no borders and no nation state, just absolute submission to a neo-liberal chaos that privatises the state into the hands of the wealthy few, while promising to dole out state cash to the lazy masses.

Now George Soros is no setting his sites on the biggest of all colour revolutions. A coup d’etat in the United State of America.

The color has been picked. The pink revolution.

An appropriate representation of the liberal left snowflakes leading the charge to tear the United States apart, so that their privileged and debaucherous lifestyle (bankrolled under the Obama Administration) can continue further…until nothing resembling American traditional values is left to salvage.

PJ Media reports

The flurry of anguished news stories and protests surrounding President Trump’s executive action temporarily suspending “immigrants and non-immigrants” from “countries of particular concern” appears to be part of a coordinated PR effort financed by left-wing billionaire George Soros.

Rather than a complete “Muslim ban” as promised during the campaign, Trump’s executive order contains moderate refugee restrictions, similar to those that have been implemented by President Obama. If reports are true that restrictions are being applied even to green-card holders, that is an unfortunate misapplication of the law that will likely soon be corrected.

Protesters quickly materialised Saturday at JFK Airport, where some refugees were being temporarily detained.

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