Orban Declares Victory Against George Soros’ Agenda

(PresidentialInsider.com)-  After winning his fourth term in office last week, Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban declared victory over leftwing billionaire George Soros and the rest of the global leftist elite.

Naturally, leftwing media outlets accused Orban of “antisemitism” for singling out not only Soros but Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky who is also allegedly Jewish.

But attacking Orban is what the leftwing media does which may be why Orban also declared victory over the international leftwing media as well.

In his ten-minute victory speech in Budapest on Sunday, Orban described his victory as so large it could not only be seen from the moon, it could also be seen in Brussels.

He described his election win as a victory over the “overwhelming force” of the leftwing media, the bureaucrats in Brussels, Ukraine’s president, and the George Soros “empire with all its money.”

And he would be right.

The media, the EU, and the deep pockets of Soros were all aligned to defeat Orban in the election. His victory means they lost.

Volodymyr Zelensky, meanwhile, attempted to do a little election interference of his own, accusing Orban of openly supporting Russian President Vladimir Putin in his invasion of Ukraine.

Hungary is the only EU member state bordering Ukraine that has refused to permit shipments of weapons to the war-torn country from traveling through its territory, allowing only non-military aid to cross.

Orban has argued that allowing weapons to be shipped through Hungary could drag his country into war with Russia. What’s more, Russian forces may begin targeting the region of Ukraine that borders Hungary which would endanger the lives of the ethnic Hungarians living in Ukraine.

In his speech to supporters of his Fidesz-KDNP party, Orban said his victory is proof that “Christian democratic politics, conservative civic politics, and patriotic politics” aren’t the past, but the future.

During his Fox News show Monday night, host Tucker Carlson invited Dutch reporter Eva Vlaardingerbroek to discuss the left’s reaction to Victor Orban’s reelection.