Soros funded the Antifa riots in America in 2020 and could be behind what is happening in France.

Conservative podcaster Dan Bongino experienced a peculiar event while recording a livestream on Rumble last month, following his discussion about the Leftist billionaire George Soros and his family.

Bongino, a former Fox News host, revealed that his website,, fell victim to what he described as a coordinated cyberattack. He has suggested that this attack was not a mere accident.

“We were under just relentless assault. I do not believe it was an accident. Weird, right?” he said.

The alleged cyberattack occurred while Bongino was delving into the recent power transition within the Soros family with George Soros passing the baton to his son Alexander.

The younger Soros is expected to steer the Soros-funded Open Society Foundations towards a more Left-leaning and Globalist direction.

During his discussion, Bongino’s website experienced a “massive DDoS attack.” DDoS stands for “deliberate denial of service,” wherein the attacker floods the site with bot traffic, overwhelming servers and hindering genuine users from accessing it. It was a deliberate effort to disrupt his platform.

Jack Posobiec, a senior editor at Human Events, also reported a similar attack on his website around the same time. Posobiec revealed that their site went down just after publishing a report containing 17 audio recordings purportedly exposing instances of President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden receiving bribes.

On Saturday, Bongino’s website featured a link to a Daily Mail article that unveiled the Soros family’s plans to disrupt the U.S. legal system further and promote leftist policies through American media.

The article shed light on the significant influence the Soros family wields over various media outlets, including ABC, NPR, The New York Times, CNN, CBS, PBS and numerous smaller outlets.

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