I'm not sure if he [Soros] knew that the administration would be making
a $2 billion preliminary commitment for Petrobras, for Petrobras, for
exploration, just days after he strengthened his investment. Isn't that
weird? You see, he's got some connections here, but I'm sure he had no
idea what was coming on the other side of the circle? No. It's probably
just another one of those bad luck situations for Obama, because this
doesn't seem to pass the smell test at all. No. Billionaire investor
dumps money into a state-controlled Brazilian oil company; days later
the American administration dumps $2 billion into the exact same
company. What are the odds, Gilligan?
Let's go here. George Soros starts the Center for American Process with John Podesta. John Podesta, Center for American Progress, selects the Obama transition team. Soros buys $900 million in gasoline powered bras. Then, in a completely unrelated story, BP has their oil spill. But wait a minute, who's this guy? John Podesta. John Podesta is the guy who does all the lobbying for BP? Certainly — I'm sorry, Tony Podesta — certainly no relation to John Podesta, other than they're brothers. We'll have to come back to that one later in the show. So then Center for American Progress starts to make Obama policy. This one, we'll show you, laid out by Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal. One of the policies: cap and trade, which goes right to Crime Inc. and all of the Obama friends with the Climate Exchange in Chicago. That's weird.
Then Obama suspends the deepwater drilling at 1,500 meters. He says "Hey, hey, that's dangerous! Fifteen hundred meters, that's crazy." Petrobras is drilling at 2,777 meters. Obama knows it and loans $2 billion to Petrobras. Last stop, Petrobras shareholders get rich. Oh my gosh, we're back at the beginning: shareholder, Petrobras. Getting rich. You getting screwed. You see how this works?
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This story was posted at 3:11 p.m. and updated at 3:34 pm.