Soros Posts Cryptic Call for Trump’s ‘Assassination’ on Social Media

George Soros’s “emperor” son Alex appears to have posted a cryptic threat of assassination directed at President Donald Trump.

In a post on X, Alex Soros shared an article from the liberal outlet The Atlantic that includes an image of a bullet hole alongside a photo of someone holding $47 in cash.

Many X users were quick to point out that a post appears to be a cryptic threat against President Trump.

As the Gateway Pundit’s Jim Hoft highlighted, the money represents billionaire Trump being the favorite to win the 2024 election to become the 47th President of the United States.

The bullet image supposedly represents an assassination.

“Last year, the crime and inflation crises largely evaporated,” the caption reads.

“So did the leading theories about what had caused them.”

Meanwhile, Soros has just returned from the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) annual summit in Davis, Switzerland.

During the event, Soros warned his fellow globalists about the threat to “democracy” that Trump supposedly poses.

As Slay News reported, the younger Soros, who took control of his father’s multi-billion-dollar empire last year, warned WEF globalists that allowing Trump to win re-election will destroy the public’s “trust in institutions and democracy.”

According to Soros’ stammering warning, President Trump previously “took that all away” after winning the 2016 election.

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He then suggested that “untrustworthy people” like Trump are a “threat” to “democratic institutions” and “democracy.”

“The United States, like, you know, has checks and balances…and one man, Donald Trump, literally came in and just took that all away,” Soros stuttered.


The post from Soros comes as Trump is up in the polls and the Republican base is coalescing around him.

DeSantis, his most formidable primary challenger, dropped from the race and endorsed President Trump on Sunday.

“The globalist elites are in a panic,” Hoft explains.

“Trump is the greatest threat to their power over humanity in the civilized world.”

Hoft argues that Soros and WEF elites now believe “Something must be done” to stop Trump.

Alex Soros tweeted out an obvious threat against President Trump on Sunday evening.

Alex is now the Chair of the Open Society, the largest donor to Democrat politics, after taking control of his father George Soros’ multibillion-dollar empire last year.

Here’s an excerpt from The Atlantic report:

According to Gallup, 77 percent of Americans believe there is more crime in the U.S. than there was a year ago.

Economic sentiment has begun to tick up, but it is still near the lowest levels on record.

This may help explain Donald Trump’s strength in electoral polls. A recent Wall Street Journal survey found that U.S. voters overwhelmingly believe that Trump will do a better job than Joe Biden when it comes to the economy (52 percent to 35 percent), inflation (51 percent to 30 percent), and crime (47 percent to 30 percent).

Voters seem to be yearning for a return to the normalcy of pre-pandemic times, and Trump is promising to give it to them.

The absurdity of Trump as the normalcy candidate is almost too much to bear—especially because the normalcy that voters are desperately craving is, in many ways, already here, and Biden helped deliver it.

The Conservative Treehouse reported that Soros is sending “a message via his Twitter account,” which the outlet described as “troubling.”

“Being subtle like a brick through a window, the billionaire leftist posts a picture of a ‘Bullet Hole’ and ‘$47.’

“President Donald Trump is going to be the 47th President,” the report warns.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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