Chaos in the Democratic Party: Alex Soros Pushes ‘Convicted Felon’ Narrative for Trump

Elliott Cowand Jr /
Elliott Cowand Jr /

With Democrats practically high-fiving over the ‘historic’ conviction of their chief political rival, a squabble has erupted among party leaders about how best to gloat over this finely crafted piece of political lawfare, which is rumored to have been orchestrated with the Biden administration and brimming with conflicts of interest.

Even CNN’s senior legal analyst, Elie Honig, had to begrudgingly admit that Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg—who managed to downgrade 60% of felonies to misdemeanors in 2023 while somehow escalating Trump’s misdemeanors to a felony—highlighted that the law had been twisted in unprecedented ways to catch their man. The charges against Trump are obscure, almost entirely unheard of, and seem to have been plucked out of thin air.

No state prosecutor in any state has ever tried to pin federal election laws as a state crime on anyone. The Manhattan DA rarely pursues cases where falsification of business records is the sole charge.

Now, the Democrats are split on how to celebrate this political spectacle. Establishment figures urge caution and restraint, while the more aggressive faction views Trump’s conviction as a golden political weapon.

Alex Soros, son of George Soros, who has popped by the Biden White House 14 times since October 2021, according to visitor logs, belongs to the more aggressive faction. Young Alex, ever the tactician, suggested that Democrats should label Trump a ‘convicted felon’ at every opportunity.

Naturally, Alex’s comments were met with a tsunami of backlash on X (more comments than likes, indicating widespread disagreement). However, he has the extensive network of his father’s organizations to back him up. Despite claiming he would love to see money out of politics, Alex conceded that as long as the other side plays dirty, they have no choice but to do the same.

And who could fault the Democrats, ever eager to shred the Constitution, for wanting to exploit this headline-grabbing, historic event they’ve concocted? According to Bloomberg, the term ‘Bidenomics’ tanked last year after the Biden administration realized it was a disaster. Meanwhile, ‘convicted felon’ has just taken off.

As Soros, the intricate web of OSF groups, the Biden administration, and radical Democrats celebrate this weekend—not just because it’s the first day of Pride Month but because of Trump’s conviction—it’s clear the political assault on the former president may have been overdone.

Getting CNN to admit to something outside the Biden agenda tells you how bad it is. Here is a deeper dive into Elie Honig’s analysis offer via @KanekoaTheGreat (on X):

  • The conviction is a political hit job.
  • The judge involved violated rules by making political donations to an anti-Trump operation.
  • Alvin Bragg proudly boasted about suing Trump over 100 times during his campaign.
  • The DA’s charges push the boundaries of the law and due process to the extreme.
  • The charges themselves are nearly unheard of, with no state prosecutor ever having charged federal election laws as state crimes.
  • Bragg revived misdemeanors past their statute of limitations by claiming they were committed with intent to perpetrate another crime. Yet, he refused to specify what those crimes were until the last minute.

These charges seem custom-made for Trump, a one-off legal Frankenstein cobbled together from mismatched parts that might ultimately backfire on its creator. It’s one of those ‘you know it’s bad when’ some of the saner members in your own party are already asking for a pardon. Yes, that’s right. Congressman Dean Phillips, D-Minn., urged Democratic New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to pardon former President Donald Trump for “the good of the country.”

Phillips wrote, “You think pardoning is stupid? Making him a martyr over a payment to a porn star is stupid.” He added that this conviction is generating unprecedented campaign donations for Trump and will likely result in a significant electoral boost.