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BREAKING: Senate to subpoena top Soros lieutenant

We have an urgent funding need for our documentary on George Soros as major news is breaking that one of George Soros’ top lieutenants, Leonard Benardo, is being subpoenaed by the Senate.

This is related to an email chain that implied that Loretta Lynch was holding back the investigation into the details of Clinton’s potentially illegal email use, which was a major issue during the 2016 election. Benardo is the regional director of Russia and Eurasia for George Soros’s Open Society Foundations as well as the director of the Open Society Fellowship, and he was in that email thread.

This sudden spotlight on someone very close to Soros means that we have a chance to make serious progress getting the word out about George Soros through our documentary on him, but for that we need your help.

We’ve received several thousand dollars already but we need a few more. This will help us book tickets to send a small film crew to get interviews and on-site footage in Central and Eastern Europe, speaking with people who have personally been affected by the tens of millions of dollars that Soros’ Foundations have spent influencing politics in the region. There is no better time than now to help us with this project. Click here to donate today.

We’ve put together some information on this breaking news below for you to understand just how important this is. Thank you for your support.

Senate announces probe of Loretta Lynch behavior in 2016 election

The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s efforts to shape the FBI’s investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the committee’s chairman announced Friday.

In a letter to Ms. Lynch, the committee asks her to detail the depths of her involvement in the FBI’s investigation, including whether she ever assured Clinton confidantes that the probe wouldn’t “push too deeply into the matter.”

Letters also went to Clinton campaign staffer Amanda Renteria and Leonard Benardo and Gail Scovell at the Open Society Foundations. Mr. Benardo was reportedly on an email chain from the then-head of the Democratic National Committee suggesting Ms. Lynch had given assurances to Ms. Renteria, the campaign staffer, that the Clinton probe wouldn’t “go too far.”

Senate Judiciary sends letters to find out if Loretta Lynch tried to interfere with Clinton email investigation

Senate Judiciary Committee leaders have sent letters to former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and others asking for information about allegations of political interference in the FBI’s investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.

In addition to Lynch, the four senators sent letters to Leonard Benardo of the Open Society Foundations and the group’s general counsel Gail Scovell, as well as Clinton campaign staffer Amanda Renteria.

What is this documentary about?

We’re making a documentary about George Soros.

Financier and political mastermind George Soros has launched projects that have steered billions of dollars to projects designed to influence societies, governments, and communities around the world.

We think more people should know about what Soros is doing, and in the process learn how global political influence works.

In the process of filming the documentary we’re going to be traveling to Central and Eastern Europe to get on-site interviews with people who’ve seen first-hand the results of Soros’ plans in countries like Macedonia, Poland, Ukraine, and even his homeland of Hungary. Right now we’re raising funds for the travel to these countries in order to film the first segments of the documentary.

How are you making the documentary?

We’re making the film in a new way: without big institutional backers, and piece by piece

Since we aren’t relying on wealthy backers, this means that we won’t have any outside agenda that we’ll have to follow.

What it also means is that we have to raise the money from the grassroots, from individual people who are concerned about the role that Soros is playing on a world scale.

We’re looking for people to support us as we make this documentary. We want to research the man’s history, his plans, and their consequences, and we want to share this knowledge with the world.

How can I help?

The best ways to help right now are to donate to the project and to share this page:

Learn more about what Soros is doing in Macedonia

Chilimanov: Far-Left ‘Soros Army’ Invades Conservative Macedonia, Contributes to Migrant Crisis with U.S. Taxpayer Support

“Unfortunately, what was waiting for us as soon as we got out of Yugoslavia was that the Left regrouped” with the help of Soros, who is “funding all sorts of outfits throughout Eastern Europe,” according to Chilimanov.

George Soros battles $10B lawsuit, familiar charges of wielding political influence

A $10 billion suit against George Soros accuses the self-styled humanitarian of meddling in the politics of a poor African country in order to settle his own scores, a charge the billionaire’s critics say reflects his longtime modus operandi.

Congressmen Call for Probe into Macedonian Soros Involvement

The letter […] discusses disturbing reports about what was happening in the country of Macedonia under the Obama administration:

“Unfortunately, we have heard credible reports that, over the past two years, the U.S. Mission to Macedonia has actively intervened in the party politics of Macedonia, as well as in the shaping of its media environment and civil society, in an improperly partisan manner, one that, directly and indirectly, has influenced the outcome of elections in Macedonia. According to reports, this intervention consistently favors the parties, media, and civil society groups of the left and center-left. We have heard reports that the actions of the US Mission to Macedonia strongly favored such parties in the run-up to the parliamentary elections originally scheduled for April 24, later postponed to June 5, and then finally held on December 11, and in the post-election process by which the Macedonian parties are negotiating to form a new government.”