Wanna hear about a guy with problems? I mean real problems. Just plain hard bad luck. We're not talking about a stubbed tow or a missed flight, not even an eviction or a death in the family. Oh, no, it's far worse than that. For poor old George Soros is just so much worse than that.
"Everything that could go wrong, has gone wrong," he recently told the Washington Post.
For some unknowable reason, people don't trust him. Poor guy: He's just trying to dominate the geopolitical landscape of the Western world and reign tyrannically over the political systems by initiating an array of dark, often under-handed methods, like astroturfing and paid protestors and media rigging. Poor guy.
Throughout the Western world, despite Soro's nauseatingly multi-comma monetary contributions to causes against it, a right-leaning sentiment has been spreading.
"Apparently, I was living in my own bubble," he said.
His greatest fear? The thing that really keeps him up at night? Soros is afraid that President Donald Trump is going to destroy the world.
His lofty, gilded ideas for betterment and harmony, for world domination and forced progressivism—all gone, just like that. His greatest fear? The thing that really keeps him up at night? Soros is afraid that President Donald Trump is going to destroy the world. And, you know what, that's a task that George Soros has claimed for years. Why won't we just let him destroy human existence and civil society? Poor old Soros, slumped onto his golden throne, in his mansion like a villain's headquarters, sobbing into a wad of thousand dollar bills, each one emblazoned with his face.
This article originally appeared on Glenn Beck