The Supreme Court just handed George Soros a devastating blow.
They ruled against him in a case with massive implications.
But they went one step further and exposed him as the liar he is too.
George Soros has been able to expand his left-wing empire throughout Europe, North America, Asia, and beyond using his endless financial influence.
But people are starting to fight back against his immense power and has suffered some crushing blows.
He’s faced financial scandals in the United States, meanwhile in Europe, he’s been forced to lay off many of his employees due to the incompetence of his son.
Now he’s facing serious challenges in India – another country he’s exerting his influence to push left-wing ideas – as well.
His organization published a report accusing Indian stock companies of corruption and mismanagement, which sent shockwaves through India.
But now the Indian Supreme Court has declared the report to be completely fraudulent and publicly threw it in the trash.
According to the Times of India, “The Supreme Court on Wednesday discarded as unauthentic a report by India-baiter George Soros-linked Organised Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP), which was relied upon by the media to lend credence to Hindenburg Research’s claim of stock manipulations by Adani Group companies and failure of Sebi to probe the short-seller’s charges.”
As a left-wing radical, George Soros is against free-market capitalism, but in the process, he’s infuriated many people in the second-largest country in the world.
“A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justices JB Pardiwala and Manoj Misra said the petitioners rested their cases solely on inferences drawn from the report by OCCRP, a third party organisation involved in investigative reporting. ‘The petitioners have made no effort to verify the authenticity of the claims,’ the bench said,” the article continues.
The Chief Justice tore the report apart, saying: “The reliance on newspaper articles or reports by third-party organisations to question a comprehensive investigation by a specialised regulator does not inspire confidence. Such reports by ‘independent’ groups or investigative pieces by newspapers may act as inputs before Sebi or the expert committee. However, they cannot be relied on as conclusive proof of the investigation by Sebi. Nor, as the petitioners state, can such inputs be regarded as ‘credible evidence.’”
Clearly, after years of Soros pushing an agenda on countries around the world, the Indian Supreme Court no longer regards him as “credible.”
The chickens are coming home to roost for Soros.
Around the globe, from the United States to India, people are starting to push back on his attempts to influence their governments and institutions.