Why has John Kasich has received over $700,000 for his presidential campaign from organizations connected with George Soros?

As LifeSiteNews reports, Soros Fund Management, Kasich’s sixth highest individual donor, gave him $202,700; the Duquesne Family Office, run by Stanley Druckenmiller, who manages $2 billion of Soros’ hedge funds, gave $150,000; Druckenmiller himself gave Kasich’s New Day for America $150,000; and Scott Bessent, who was Soros’ chief investment manager until late last year, gave Kasich $200,000.

Soros’ leftist credentials are impeccable; he is the third largest donor to Planned Parenthood, having donated tens of millions of dollars; he has funded ACORN and MoveOn.org.

Soros, who has donated $8 million to Hillary Clinton, has written in the Guardian, “We must reaffirm our commitment to the principles of open society and resist the siren song of the likes of Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, however hard that may be.”

Given Soros’ support for Clinton, why would he support Kasich?

Here’s where things get really suspicious; Trump has ties to Soros that date back to 2004, when Grove Capital LLP, which managed most of the multibillion-dollar real estate portfolio of the $13 billion Soros Fund Management, was one of three New York hedge funds to invest a total of $160 million in Trump’s proposed Chicago skyscraper, according to the Chicago Tribune.

Given Soros’ support for Clinton, why would he support Kasich?

So if Trump and Soros have done business together, and Soros backs Kasich, that implies that Soros’ attack on Trump and Cruz is a devious way of hiding the obvious: Soros knows exactly who Trump is, and has no problems with Trump.

It is only Cruz who worries him, and by supporting Kasich, Soros ensures Trump’s nomination.