Paul Ryan heads the list of GOP politicians who got money from Soros in 2016

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In 2016, Soros Fund Management “contributed” a total of $281,200 to 57 federal political candidates, the majority of whom were Democrats, Hillary Clinton being the largest recipient, at $22,400. (Source:
12 of the 57 recipients are Republicans RINOs:

  1. Paul Ryan (WI), House Speaker, $10,800.
  2. Jeb Bush $2,700.
  3. Marco Rubio (FL), $2,700.
  4. Joe Heck (NV), $2,500.
  5. John McCain (AZ), $2,500.
  6. Ed Royce (CA), $2,500.
  7. Lindsey Graham (SC), $2,500.
  8. Carlos Curbelo (FL), $1,000.
  9. Chuck Grassley (IA), $1,000.
  10. Ron Johnson (WI), $1,000.
  11. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA), $1,000.
  12. Tim Canova (FL), $1,000.

Here’s the list, in the order of the size of Soros’ “contribution”:

See also “Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took orders from George Soros on how to handle unrest in Albania”.

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0 responses to “Paul Ryan heads the list of GOP politicians who got money from Soros in 2016

  1. Now we know why Ryan doesn’t have a spine , Soros bought it for 10,800.00 dollars . Another thousand or so , he could have had his testicles too .
    Any repukelican on this list should be flogged , muslim style !

  2. With all Soros’ money, these amounts seem rather paltry. Even the 22 K to Clinton. Can $300 really buy Donovan’s vote?! (Never heard of him, but the last guy on the list.) There must be more to this story.

    • Federal government sets limits on the amount of political campaign contributions, which would explain the relatively (for Soros) small $ amounts.
      Look at this another way: Why would the RINO recipients risk their reputation by accepting these small amounts from Soros? If you’re gonna sell out, at least do it for big bucks. These politicians are whores.

  3. I’m surprised Jeb Bush got any money. I figured Daddy would have had more than enough to give, given all the DRUG MONEY VIA THE CIA that he got!!
    I believe the Patriot Act and the NDAA are unconstitutional. Be that as it may, I don’t see why President Trump can’t use them against Soros. George Soros is a monster who MUST be stopped. Why Not? Did he donate any money to Trump, or his son-in-law??

    • Soros and Kushner are biz partners, soros gave Kushner’s biz a huge line of credit. Also I’d wager Trump and soros know each other fairly well from back when Trump was just a rich NYC dem.

  4. Isn’t that revealing!

  5. Carefully written laws regarding public funding of campaigns would save us a lot of money and lives and our country. Many who oppose public funding do so because of at least one part of the previous sentence.

  6. Reblogged this on necltr and commented:
    Restriction to public funding of campaigns would mean American citizens would be paying for and benefiting from our own elections! What a concept!

  7. C’mon! You don’t think politicians get so stupid for free!

  8. We have the best government that money can buy.
    – Mark Twain

  9. Joe Heck only got $2,500;he should SUE Soros-he should have gotten MUCH MORE than Cortez-Masto’s $5,400,since she’s ALREADY selling Nevada and the rest of America.
    Dr. E is right-they are WHORES.

  10. This comment is loosely related to the RINOs on the list. While I am a strong supporter of POTUS, I will not donate a single dime that benefits RNC backstabbers.
    My most recent mail from the RNC is accompanied by a letter with the President’s signature and plastic membership card to the “President’s Advisory Committee”.
    Acceptance is conditional based on a donation to the RNC. I hope people aren’t fooled into bolstering their coffers, because they will undoubtedly use these funds to thwart any attempts to primary incumbent R jackasses in 2018.

    • We would have to be really, really stupid to give any $ to the RNC.
      For years, the GOP said they would do the right thing if only they are elected a majority of the House. That happened. Then, the GOP said but they needed to be a majority of the Senate too. That happened.
      And what’s the result? Except for the righteous Republicans of the House Judiciary Committee who are going after Hillary and Comey, the Repubs in Congress instead are doing their best to obstruct Trump’s agenda: Obamacare is not repealed; there is no wall; and I predict they will do their darndest to keep DACA and obstruct tax reform.
      Prof. Angelo Codevilla is right when he wrote in 2010 that the Dems & Repubs are a bipartisan ruling class who have more in common with each other than they do with the American people. I hope they rot in hell.

  11. Good news, good list , now we know the real bastards in government, what an infestation? The swamp sure needs to be ROTO-ROOTER soon, None I repeat NONE ARE ANY GOOD, who the hell are they for us to pay for their insurance, retirement, vacation, illegal house maids, We owe them nothing, LIMIT THEIR TERMS TO SERVE TWO TERMS ONLY. ALL OF THEM ARE CORRUPT AND OWE THEMSELVES TO THE LOBBYISTS,

  12. These numbers are what the FEC requires candidates to report.
    I don’t think this is all the money that’s floating around out there.

  13. I can’t help but think those donation figures are low by a few zeros.


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