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Soros orchestrating color revolution against Trump: Analyst

“What we are seeing here now is George Soros once again intervening in the internal politics of the United States by creating a color revolution,” says E. Michael Jones, an American political analyst.

Jewish business magnate George Soros has orchestrated a “color revolution” against US President-elect Donald Trump, says an American political analyst, pointing to nationwide anti-Trump protests as evidence.

E. Michael Jones, editor of the Culture Wars Magazine, told Press TV on Sunday that the unrest following Trump’s crushing victory over his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on Tuesday was carefully planned by Soros.

He also argued that polls are being used as a means to undermine Trump’s presidency, just like they were used against him before the election.

According to an ABC News/ Washington Post survey released on Sunday, 26 percent of Americans thought Trump’s election victory over Clinton was not legitimate.

“What we are seeing here now is George Soros once again intervening in the internal politics of the United States by creating a color revolution,” Jones said.

Jewish billionaire George Soros (L) and former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton

The analyst said Hillary and her husband, former president Bill Clinton, were wearing purple during the former secretary of concession speech, indicating the color of the revolution.

Jones said organizations such as MoveOn, which encourages people to stand against Trump, were being financed by Soros to forward his agenda.

Republican leaning media outlets like Fox News allege that MoveOn is much larger than what it looks and that it “owns” the Democratic Party. The network has openly suggested that Soros owns the organization.

During the 2004 presidential election, Soros gave nearly $1.5 million to the Voter Fund.

In this year’s cycle, MoveOn issued a press release after Trump’s election, inviting Americans to hold “peaceful” protests across the US.

“The gatherings – organized by and allies – will affirm a continued rejection of Donald Trump’s bigotry, xenophobia, Islamophobia, and misogyny and demonstrate our resolve to fight together for the America we still believe is possible,” the organization’s statement read.

MoveOn even boasted of creating “over 200” gatherings within two hours of issuing the call.

Thousands of protesters have been holding rallies in various parts of the US, urging him to resign over his racist and divisive campaign pledges.

Major US cities like Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, Boston, Portland and several other cities have seen violent confrontations between protesters and security forces, with over 200 people being arrested in Los Angeles alone.

According to leaked emails released by the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, Hillary Clinton’s top aide John Podesta had instructed Soros in 2008 on how to stir American voters through organizations similar to MoveOn.

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