James Fields drove his car into a crowd of anti-racist protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia. He killed a woman named Heather Hayer and injured 19 others when he rammed his car into a gathering of counter-protesters.
The plan, he argued, was to create a fake vanguard of aggressive white supremacists to incite the police to attack the rally’s legitimate attendees. From there, the government could use the ensuing, racially tinged chaos to declare martial law across the entire country.
The entire rally, and its attendant tragedy, was staged by the United States government as an excuse to crack down on free speech.
Ostensibly, Soros was a huge backer of Hillary Clinton and therefore destabilising the country might be seen as a kind of revenge against the Trump administration.
So there must be one or more aspect of the Trump administration that is damaging Soros’ bottom line.
Nearly a billion dollars of his fortune was almost immediately wiped-out after his favoured Clinton was defeated in the Presidential race. This was during a huge American stock boom, when all of his fellow traders were raking it in.
I was a CIA operative, funded by (choose your own adventure) George Soros, Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, the IMF/World Bank, and/or a global Jewish mafia to orchestrate the Charlottesville attack in order to turn the general public against the alt-right.
Charlottesville violence was a manufactured setup between the mayor and the police,” Nelson told “She told me that James Fields was a Hillary Clinton supporter, and that fact was being suppressed, and she offered to send me an article about it.”
Kate Starbird, a researcher at the University of Washington, has spent years tracking how such conspiracy theories are generated and then spread across the internet.