Alex Soros urges Democrats to call Trump 'a convicted felon at every opportunity'

"Repetition is the key to a successful message."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Alex Soros, son and heir of Democrat mega-donor George Soros, urged Democrats to refer to Trump as "a convicted felon at every opportunity" to try to sway voters. This follows Trump's conviction on 34 counts of falsification of business records in New York on Thursday in a case brought by Sorod-backed DA Alvin Bragg.

"Democrats should refer to Trump as a convicted felon at every opportunity," Soros wrote. "Repetition is the key to a successful message and we want people to wrestle with the notion of hiring a convicted felon for the most important job in the country!" 

Soros included a link to a Substack piece titled "How Trump’s Conviction Could Cost Him The Election," written by Pod Save America co-host Dan Pfeiffer. "Democratic messaging doesn’t need to trigger Trump into reacting, but calling him a convicted felon at every opportunity has the added benefit of being persuasive with voters (and royally p*ssing off the convict at the same time)," Pfeiffer wrote.

The New York Times issued a similar piece on Thursday following the verdict, writing that it "it gave Mr. Biden’s campaign a fresh way to frame the race: a stark choice between someone who is a convicted felon and someone who is not." Soros was seen in photos posing with groups that received funds from Authentic Campaigns, a digital marketing and fundraising agency run by the daughter of the Judge in Trump’s NYC case, Loren Merchan.

Soros posed with prominent Arizona Democrats attending an Arizona Democratic Party event as well as Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer at a separate event. Both events occurred in early May. Authentic Campaigns has been paid $412,000 by Whitmer’s PAC and around $160,000 by the Arizona Democratic Party.

Trump was found guilty on Thursday of all 34 counts of falsified business records brought forth against him by DA Alvin Bragg. The charges were raised to felonies because Bragg claimed that the falsification was done in conjunction with a second crime.

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