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George Soros: ‘Everything That Could Go Wrong, Has Gone Wrong’

 

Billionaire George Soros vented to The Washington Post this week that nothing has been turning out the way he wanted. During an interview in Zurich, Switzerland, Soros, who has poured millions into a variety of liberal causes, summed up the way his efforts are going by saying,“Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong.”

 

The tide began to turn with the 2016 election of President Donald Trump, even though Soros pumped money into the candidacy of Democrat Hillary Clinton. This past week, Soros-backed candidates were pummeled in a series of California elections, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune. “You can’t buy an election in the county of Sacramento,” Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert exulted Tuesday, after defeating Soros-backed candidate Noah Phillips, the Sacramento Bee reported.

 

Rest of the article is at the link: https://www.westernjournal.com/george-soros-everything-that-could-go-wrong-has-gone-wrong/?ff_source=Email&ff_medium=conservativevideos&ff_campaign=weeklyam&ff_content=libertyalliance

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56 minutes ago, Uncle Siggy said:

George Soros: ‘Everything That Could Go Wrong, Has Gone Wrong’

 

Billionaire George Soros vented to The Washington Post this week that nothing has been turning out the way he wanted. During an interview in Zurich, Switzerland, Soros, who has poured millions into a variety of liberal causes, summed up the way his efforts are going by saying,“Everything that could go wrong has gone wrong.”

 

The tide began to turn with the 2016 election of President Donald Trump, even though Soros pumped money into the candidacy of Democrat Hillary Clinton. This past week, Soros-backed candidates were pummeled in a series of California elections, according to The San Diego Union-Tribune. “You can’t buy an election in the county of Sacramento,” Sacramento County District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert exulted Tuesday, after defeating Soros-backed candidate Noah Phillips, the Sacramento Bee reported.

 

Rest of the article is at the link: https://www.westernjournal.com/george-soros-everything-that-could-go-wrong-has-gone-wrong/?ff_source=Email&ff_medium=conservativevideos&ff_campaign=weeklyam&ff_content=libertyalliance

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2 hours ago, William said:

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......and then the DNC said "Don't worry, Hillary no one is going to vote for him."

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She is one classy woman .

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Plan to split California into three states qualifies for November ballot

I noted earlier this year that voters across California might have the chance to decide in November on a proposal to split up the Golden State into three new ones.

It’s officially on!

For the first time since before the Civil War, voters across California will decide in November on a proposal to split up the Golden State — potentially remaking it into three new states.

An initiative dividing California, pushed by Silicon Valley venture capital investor Tim Draper, received enough signatures to qualify it for the November ballot, the Secretary of State’s office confirmed Tuesday afternoon.

Supporters of the radical plan submitted more than 600,000 signatures, and a random sample projected that enough are valid that the measure can go before voters, setting up a campaign that is sure to attract a carnivalesque atmosphere and only-in-California chuckles from across the country.

The naysayers are already lining up.

The opposition already is forming. NoCABreakup, which is lead by former Democratic Assembly Speaker Fabien Núñez, is gearing up to battle the split-state plan.

“California government can do a better job addressing the real issues facing the state, but this measure is a massive distraction that will cause political chaos and greater inequality,” tweeted Steve Maviglio, a consultant for the opposition effort. “Splitting California into three new states will triple the amount of special interests, lobbyists, politicians and bureaucracy.”

Of course, the issue also faces constitutional complexities.

[Law professor Vikram] Amar wrote that Democrats would be “very reluctant to run the risk” of supporting the proposal in Congress. “And risk aversion looms large in these matters, which helps explain why no new states have been added to the United States in over 50 years, and no new state has been created out of an existing state for more than 150 years,” he wrote.

There also is a sizable debate about whether such a sweeping change can be created through a ballot initiative — that is, whether it rises to the level of a “revision” of the California Constitution, which can only be instigated by the Legislature or by a formal constitutional convention.

I have decided I just may vote for this measure. First, I suspect my new state won’t have water rationing. As an extra bonus, my Governor won’t be Gavin Newsom! That is about as much win as I can hope for this November.

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The lines leave NO conservative California . The north eastern corner is a conservative  chunk of real estate. That would be  well north of Sacramento and east of the coast range. 

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1 hour ago, Becky said:

The lines leave NO conservative California . The north eastern corner is a conservative  chunk of real estate. That would be  well north of Sacramento and east of the coast range. 

I think it is safer for a Conservative to vote against than for this. As one state the liberal/democrats are contained, whereas as three states their power is at least doubled. Two liberal and one swing state doesn't serve the better interest of the United States nor the Conservative party.

 

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William

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California x3 gains 4 more US Senators.

 

Perhaps South-California could rejoin Mexico, Middle-California could cecede and become the People's Republic of California and North-California could remain part of the USA?

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27 minutes ago, atpollard said:

California x3 gains 4 more US Senators.

 

Perhaps South-California could rejoin Mexico, Middle-California could cecede and become the People's Republic of California and North-California could remain part of the USA?

Then there could be a grand ceremony for shutting off the water to the southern areas! In all seriousness, California isn't an oasis in the middle of a desert without the network which disperses water throughout the state. As is now the state of California can regulate areas and people by water rights, they'll never release that control over others.

 

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William

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The main reason many people in California have wanted to split the state is the lack of adequate representation for conservative groups (which covers a large amount of land area in California) in Sacramento.  The proposed split into three states will do nothing to fix this issue, as there will still be heavily Democratic areas that will overly influence policies that affect the rest of their states.

 

Of course this is the only way to get liberals onboard to split the state.  I predict it will not happen.

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8 minutes ago, Knotical said:

The main reason many people in California have wanted to split the state is the lack of adequate representation for conservative groups (which covers a large amount of land area in California) in Sacramento.

Perhaps we could just extend the diagonal line to Oregon and transfer the NE triangle to Nevada.  No new state, just a small 'redistricting' change to the map. 🙂

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1 minute ago, Uncle Siggy said:

Yeah I imagine Howdy is somewhat offended... :classic_blink:

You are just plain ol rotten :RpS_lol:

 

She is a grown up now and chose to be  part of the problem.. Young kids should be off limits  like Barron or Obama's girls . 

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