John ‘Amnesty’ Kasich: A Soros Horse In the GOP Race


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John Kasich, the bloviating, karate-chopping, obnoxious “son of a mailman” has lurked around the presidential race just long enough to upset the apple cart in Ohio, where he has served as governor since 2010.

Despite just winning his first and only state primary, and being one of the most liberal candidates in the entire field, he has managed to eek his way into the final three contenders. How is this possible? Money. Big, fat donations tied to Nazi-collaborator, currency destroyer, and one of the most evil, reviled creature in the whole world, George Soros.

The Political Insider is reporting that Kasich’s PAC ‘New Day For America’ has raked in over $588,000 from fund managers tied directly to Soros cash –

Kasich, who presents himself as the reasonable voice in the Republican primary, has clearly caught the interest of the left’s top donor and his allies. But why? This is sinister…

Bessent was Soros’ chief investment manager unto late 2015, and Druckenmiller manages $2 billion of Soros’ investment money at a hudge fund. Famously, Druckenmiller was the top fund manager when Soros literally “broke” the Bank of England by devaluing the British currency while profiting $1 billion.

Earlier this week, anti-illegal immigration activist, Dan Golvach, whose son was murdered by an illegal alien felon in the sanctuary city of Houston, publicly voiced his disgust with Kasich and stated that both he and Marco Rubio should be tried for treason for supporting amnesty citizenship for illegals.

“John Kasich is the poster-boy puppet for [his donors]. He couldn’t care less about what negative effect it [amnesty] would have on American workers, what negative effect it would have on American families. There would be no more America—he would finish us off. It’s just treason… I can’t stand him. And I guarantee you, find any other families of dead kids—a father of a dead kid like me—and they’d agree.

“I still have nightmares. When you have to go look at your child’s deflated head in a casket, it never gets out of your mind. And then you look at people like Marco Rubio talking up there, talking this nonsense [about immigration], your blood starts to boil, it really does.” – Golvach

Kasich has stated in a GOP debate that if he were elected president, he would present a proposal for amnesty within his first 100 days in office.

“For the 11 and a half million who are here, then in my view if they have not committed a crime since they’ve been here, they get a path to legalization. Not to citizenship. I believe that program can pass the Congress in the first 100 days.” – Kasich

Breitbart: John Kasich Goes All In For Amnesty: Illegals ‘Made In The Image Of The Lord’

Kasich is pro-abortion, even implying that those concerned with abortion should turn their focus their energies on issues like ‘the environment,’ as he said in a GOP debate last year.

“Well, I think that it’s an important issue, but I think there’s many other issues that are really critical, early childhood, infant mortality, the environment, education. I think we focus too much on just one issue. And now that the issue of gay marriage is kind of off the table, we’re kind of down to one social issue, you know?” – Kasich

One of Kasich’s most consistent boasts has been about his cutting down of the size and spending of government, creating a foggy haze between his record as congressman and governor of Ohio. The Cato Institute has weighed in to clarify his claims.

Kasich is a fiscal policy expert. He has made a federal Balanced Budget Amendment a key talking point in his speeches and appearances so far, and was known for being a budget cutter while in Congress. His record in Ohio tells a very different story. Spending has risen rapidly during Kasich’s tenure in Columbus.

Data from the National Association of State Budget Officers illustrates the rapid growth general fund spending. From fiscal year 2012, Kasich’s first full fiscal year, to fiscal year 2015, general fund spending increased in Ohio by 18 percent. Nationally, state general fund spending increased by 12 percent during that period. Kasich’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2016 increased spending further. It included a year-over-year increase of 11 percent. The average governor proposed a spending increase of 3 percent from fiscal year 2015 to fiscal year 2016.

It should be noted that Kasich’s eligibility to even be on the voting ballot in Pennsylvania is being challenged in court due to lack of valid signatures. He plans to head to Philadelphia to start campaigning, regardless.

Kasich’s chances of legitimately winning the GOP nomination are virtually nonexistent, but it is pretty clear why the Establishment and Soros are keeping him around.

 

 

 

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