Having tried and failed to remove President Trump from office - having never accepted the results of the 2016 US election - we remind readers of a threat made by Billionaire progressive activist George Soros at the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
After explaining that he considers the Trump administration to be "a danger to the world," Soros then said he sees it as "a purely temporary phenomenon that will disappear in 2020 or even sooner," according to CNBC.
Soros - who reportedly lost around $1 billion trying to short the market after Trump's 2016 victory, also claimed that the US is now on course for nuclear war with North Korea.
"The fact of nuclear war is so horrendous that we are trying to ignore it, but it is real," he said, adding "Indeed, the United States is set on a course towards nuclear war by refusing to accept that [North] Korea has become a nuclear power."
"This creates a strong incentive for North Korea to develop its nuclear capacity with all possible speed, which in turn may induce the United States to use its nuclear superiority pre-emptively, in effect to start a nuclear war to prevent a nuclear war, obviously a self-contradictory strategy."
"Not only the survival of open society but the survival of our entire civilization is at stake," he continued. "The rise of leadership such as Kim Jong Un in North Korea and Donald Trump in the United States have much to do with this."
Soros recommended a "carrot and stick" approach which would incentivize North Korea for "suspending further development of nuclear weapons."
Soros also compared Trump to Russian President Vladimir Putin, claiming without evidence that the US President would like to create a "mafia state" which suppresses individual rights - but that he's prevented "because the Constitution and the institutions and a vibrant society won’t allow it."
According to the billionaire, he's using his foundation to "protect the democratic achievements of the past" (like slavery?), and will be mobilizing his forces to help defeat Trump.
And how has this worked out?