Three separate domestic and foreign intelligence sources confirm that National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster is an active operative of globalist billionaire George Soros.

This explains  why he’s constantly meddling in President Trump’s agenda.

“I have confirmed from sources from inside the White House, the Israeli government and Israeli intelligence that the Israelis have intercepted email communications from General McMaster to George Soros, informing him of everything that’s going on inside the White House. I have double checked this with two different sources very high up in Israeli intelligence, and I actually expect the Israeli ambassador to the US to confirm this,” reported Infowars correspondent Roger Stone.

Knowing that Soros and mainstream media are closely tied, this meas that McMaster is one of the primary leakers.

Furthermore, McMaster was a member of International Institute for Strategic Studies founded by Soros’ Open Society Foundation and another Soros-financed group.

Here’s what Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has to say about Soros:

“Israel deplores any expression of anti-Semitism in any country and stands with Jewish communities everywhere in confronting this hatred. In no way was the statement meant to delegitimize criticism of George Soros, who continuously undermines Israel’s democratically elected governments by funding organizations that defame the Jewish state and seek to deny it the right to defend itself,” stated Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon.

Once Soros’s operative Fiona Hill, a member of  the Council on Foreign Relations and the Soros-funded Eurasia Foundation, joined  the National Security Council staff, the infiltration began.

“George Soros has penetrated the Trump White House. Soros has planted a mole infiltrating the National Security apparatus: a woman named Fiona Hill, who has a Harvard background, and has been on the Soros payroll and the payroll of the Open Society Institute,” Stone reported.


“We got unequivocal support [from Fiona Hill’s team at the National Security Council]. I went up on the Hill and spoke to Republican senators and staff,” said CEU’s rector Michael Ignatieff.
“There is a tiny ledge of commonality between Republicans and Democrats, and academic freedom is one issue that unites them both.”

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