George Soros’s home raided by police in a surprising turn of events

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Soros has been working night and day to try and transform America into a Democrat wasteland. But that might all be coming to an end.

Because George Soros’s home was raided by police in a surprising turn of events.

For years, Democrats have enjoyed the millions and millions of dollars that George Soros has donated to them.

Soros, a billionaire, has enjoyed the power he’s made for himself through the endless connections he’s made in the Democrat Party.

But now he’s become a victim of a raid by law enforcement on his home in Southhampton Village, New York.

According to the New York Post, Southampton Village Police were called to Soros’s estate after they received a 911 call on Saturday night from someone who said he shot his wife and was thinking about k*lling himself at the estate.

Once the police arrived to the home, it was clear to them that they received a fake call.

Officers corresponded with Soros’s security team to determine that the incident was a “negative problem.”

The 911 prank call that police received is known as “swatting.” Swatting occurs when a person calls police claiming that there is a dangerous crime happening at a specific location, such as a murder or hostage, which then results in police dispatching their SWAT team to the spot of the alleged crime.

Soros is now added to the list of the many well-known individuals in the U.S. who have been swatted in recent weeks.

United States Reps. Brandon Williams (R-NY) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) were victims of a swat call on Christmas day.

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu (D) had her home swatted as well on Christmas, after a call was made to police that a man shot his wife and tied her up next to another individual.

Wu told the public that she and her family “are a bit used to it by now.”

Senator Rick Scott (R-FL) had his home in Naples, Florida swatted on December 28. He referred to the incident as a “sick attempt to terrorize my family.”

He also added that law enforcement resources were being wasted on the prank call and could be instead used on a real emergency.

Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows was swatted a day after she made a ruling to prohibit former President Donald Trump from appearing on the Maine Republican primary ballot.

Most of the victims of these swatting incidents in the past month have been political figures.

And the majority of Americans can agree that no matter the political leaning of an individual, they and their family shouldn’t be targeted by a false police call like the ones detailed above.

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