Though the outrageously partisan, incredibly wealthy political activist has attracted no shortage of enemies by supporting some of the most despicable leftist causes in American history, few would resort to physically attacking octogenarian George Soros. According to recent reports, though, at least one jilted lover felt a punch to the face was exactly what he deserved.
Attorney Marty Singer recounted the incident in court papers filed a few days ago, explaining actress Adriana Ferreyr “lunged at Mr. Soros … and struck his head with her hands” during a deposition regarding her lawsuit against the nabob.
A profanity-laden tirade followed, Singer recounted, which also included a physical attack on him and fellow Soros attorney William Zabel.
“I was able to grab both of Ms. Ferreyr’s arms to move her away from Mr. Soros,” Singer wrote, at which time she “immediately swung at my face, knocking off my glasses.”
The lawsuit pertains to an alleged promise Soros made to purchase a nearly $2 million apartment for Ferreyr, whom he dated for about five years. The couple reportedly broke up in 2011; and, according to the suit, Soros never made good on his promise.
Ferreyr’s attorney, Bill Beslow, explained that his client “will set forth the complete story of what transpired” when the time is appropriate.
Through his bitterly partisan group Media Matters, Soros is able to use his immense wealth to disseminate invective and ad hominem attacks against conservatives. He has pledged his support to Hillary Clinton in her likely 2016 presidential bid and is a frequent critic of anything Christian.
Furthermore, he has been widely accused of using his massive holdings to devalue the currencies of entire nations for his own financial benefit. Soros wants to cede American sovereignty to the international community and routinely bankrolls similarly far-left efforts.
In general, he embodies the exact opposite of the conservative ideal. Despite the left’s insistence that conservatives are dangerous and potentially violent, though, it was not a political adversary who decided a face jab was in order. Judging from the allegations surrounding this altercation, Soros is just as capable of making enemies in personal relationships as he is by continuously insulting half of the nation.
–B. Christopher Agee
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