The “Dark Money Machine-” George Soros’ Son Visited White House Eight Times in 2023  

Washington Examiner: Son of George Soros scored Eight Biden White House Visits in 2023: ‘Dark Money Machine’ 

President Joe Biden’s White House had a frequent high-profile visitor in 2023: Alex Soros the 38-year-old son of Democratic megadonor and billionaire George Soros. 

The younger Soros took at least eight trips to the White House between February and September of last year to hobnob with federal officials, all while he and his 93-year-old father held meetings with Democratic lawmakers and gifted them with millions of dollars in campaign donations, according to White House visitor logs reviewed by the Washington Examiner. Meanwhile, George Soros recently passed the torch of his multibillion-dollar dark money philanthropy empire to his “more political” millennial son, a decision sure to have major ramifications on future elections and the left-wing donor sphere. 


The visits underscore how the Soros family has gained significant influence among the highest levels of government, as advocacy organizations funded by the Soros-backed Open Society Foundations prop up Biden’s agenda across the United States. George and Alex Soros cut large checks in 2023 to Biden and various liberal politicians, including House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT), and Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-CA), campaign finance disclosures show. Tax forms filed in November show Open Society Policy Center, a lobbying shop in the Soros network, steered more than $15 million in 2022 to Future Forward USA Action, a nonprofit group staffed by ex-Biden White House officials that is supporting the president’s reelection bid in 2024,  

Alex Soros, who asserted in April 2023 that he is “Ridin with Biden” in the 2024 presidential election, often posts pictures on social media with top Democrats, including former Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, as well as Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris OSF’s newly crowned chairman is listed roughly two dozen times in White House visitor logs dating back to October 2021, while several of his colleagues, including Open Society-U.S. Executive Director Laleh Ispahani and Open Society Institute adviser Yasin Yaqubie, have also frequented the White House often, records show. 


“As voters begin to tune in to the 2024 election, they deserve to know the extent to which the Soros dark money machine is exerting massive influence over the most prominent liberal leaders and elected officials in Congress and the Biden administration,” Executive Director Caitlin Sutherland of the conservative watchdog Americans for Public Trust told the Washington Examiner

Government records also list Alex Soros as visiting last year with former White House adviser Nina Srivastava, former White House chief of staff Ron Klain, and Jon Finer, the deputy national security adviser, among others. Congressional Outreach Director Mariana Adame and Jordan Finkelstein, special assistant to the president, are also listed in White House records as visiting in the past with Alex Soros. 

In early December 2023, Alex Soros announced OSF would commit $50 million to boost nonprofit groups working on policy related to climate change, abortion, voting rights, and other left-leaning initiatives. OSF, which dishes out more than $1 billion annually across the world to aligned organizations, is reportedly in the process of cutting at least 40% of its staff. 


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