The executive of George Soros' Open Society Foundations is close to Biden. He has had numerous meetings with the Vice President.
According to a review of White House visitor logs, Tom Perriello, the executive director of the Open Society Foundations' US team, has visited the facility 13 times from May 2021 to September 2022. He was a former member of Virginia's congressional delegation.
It's not clear who he met with during his visits to the White House. However, visitor logs show the individuals who greeted him. Some of these include Jordan Finkelstein, Anita Dunn, and Richard Figueroa. These individuals are advisers to Biden.
Tom Perriello also serves on the Board of a group that was funded by George Soros. This organization, known as Governing for Impact, sought to influence Biden's administration and produce numerous policy recommendations.
George's son, Alex, has also had numerous meetings with the White House. Some of these included a couple of meetings with Ron Klain, the former chief of staff for Biden.
"In response to a query regarding Perriello's meetings with the White House, the Open Society Foundations noted that their leadership team actively advocates for the advancement of human rights, democracy, and prosperity in the US and around the world. They also stated that Tom has taken meetings on their behalf."
Capital Research Center's Parker Thayer, who first discovered the existence of the group, claimed that Perriello's frequent meetings with the White House were evidence of how George Soros secretly directs the group to influence the administration.
A 13-year-old report from The Sunday Times about a secret 2009 meeting between a group of ultra-rich businessmen went viral earlier this month. It reportedly revealed that the group discussed ways to limit global population growth.
Journalist John Harlow claimed that Bill Gates, who founded Microsoft, held a secret summit that was called the Good Club. It featured prominent attendees such as Michael Bloomberg, Warren Buffett, and George Soros.
The meeting, which took place on May 5, 2009, was reportedly held at the home of Sir Paul Nurse, a British Nobel Prize-winning biochemist. It was reportedly so discreet that some of the attendees were informed about security briefings.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Valiant News.