Eric Greitens, one of the Republican candidates for U.S. Senate in Missouri and former Governor, has links to George Soros, Bill Gates, the World Economic Forum and Big Tech.
Greitens, the disgraced former Governor of Missouri, who resigned after a slew of accusations that ultimately could have led to his impeachment, is now attempting a run at the Senate seat soon to be vacated by retiring Republican Senator Roy Blunt. Greitens faces opposition from America First candidate Mark McCloskey, who shot to fame in June of last year when he and his wife Patricia faced off against a baying mob of Black Lives Matter activists and Antifa who forced into their gated community in St Louis.
The former Governor has now included Kimberly Guilfoyle, the current girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr. who gained notoriety as a host for Fox News, as the national chair of his campaign. Guilfoyle is set to accompany Greitens at a number of exclusive invite-only fundraising dinners in Florida, where he will likely pitch himself as the obvious experienced veteran pick to replace Blunt, drawing support away from the upstart McCloskey. However, National File can reveal that Greitens seems to be nowhere near as conservative as he portrays himself, with serious links to globalist interests and Big Tech.
White House records from the Obama administration show that Greitens, who later described Obama as being “the worst president of [his] lifetime”, had made multiple visits to the Oval Office, ingratiating himself with the Democrat administration under the veil of promoting his “The Mission Continues” nonprofit. During this time, Greitens served on the Board of Directors of the Franklin Project, an operation run by the Aspen Institute, a decades-old organization that receives serious funding from both George Soros’s Open Society Foundation and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
A number of serious globalist interests joined Greitens on the Board of Directors, including Barbara Bush, Ariana Huffington, Chelsea Clinton and many other officials linked to the Clinton and Obama administrations. Retired Army General Stanley McChrystal, most well known for advising a project that was being used to target Trump supporters on social media, was another contemporary of Greitens, serving on the board of the Aspen Institute.
Unsurprisingly, the Franklin Project was not the only globalist group that Greitens was involved with prior to his governorship. In 2013, he was honored as a “Young Global Leader” by the World Economic Forum, and served as an advisory board member to the New York charity Robin Hood, an organization that was supposedly designed to combat poverty in NYC, funded once again by George Soros.
During his campaign for Missouri Governor, Greitens, who was an ex-Navy Seal, was slammed by many veterans for exaggerating his service, with his fellow Seals claiming he embellished his record to deceive voters. In 2016, a group of those Navy Seals released an 8 minute documentary, slamming Greitens for using his laurels as a Navy Seal to increase sales of his books and garner appearance on sympathetic media stations.
Greitens was also a beneficiary of Silicon Valley money during his campaign, having received $500,000 from Michal Goguen, a legendary venture capital investor who pumped money into Big Tech organizations such as Apple.
Roger Stone, the long time ally of President Trump and veteran political strategist opined in a statement to National File, “I have the highest possible regard for Kimberly Guilfoyle and we have been friends for many years but why any supporter of President Trump would support Eric Greitens is beyond me.” Stone added, “Greitens is a globalist who is closer to Barack Obama than Donald Trump and his background is sketchy to say the least . I agree with Senator Josh Hawley, this man should never be in the United States Senate.”