A BOMB was found in the New York home of billionaire leftist George Soros and now the FBI is investigating.
The device was found in the mailbox of the Westchester, NY home of migrant supporting billionaire George Soros.
It did not explode on its own, and bomb squad technicians “proactively detonated” it, a law official said.
Soros, who has invested $500m in migrants and demanded that the U.S. and Europe accepted mass Muslim migration.
Soros claims: “Every country must accept the mass of Muslims now flooding the continent.”
Local law enforcement reported that police received a phone call from the residence about a suspicious package.
An employee that works at Soros’ home found the package and opened it, revealing what appeared to be an explosive device said the Bedford Police Department.
The employee then placed the package in a wooded area until authorities arrived.
Soros wasn’t at home at the time of the incident, according to the New York Times.
The investigation has been turned over to the Joint Terrorism Task Force Division of the FBI.
The wealthy liberal donor started his philanthropic efforts in 1979, but his contributions have not always been welcomed.
Campaigns against Soros emerged in Romania, where the billionaire was accused of financing as well as in Macedonia, Serbia and Slovakia – and have escalated to some extent since President Donald Trump took office.
The 88-year-old has focused his efforts as of late on the midterm elections in the U.S., and has funneled upwards of $15 million to Democrats as they push to regain control of Congress.
Soros told the Times in July that for every Trump supporter “there is more than one Trump enemy who will be more intent, more determined.”
In October, Soros was linked to a non-profit group called the Center for Popular Democracy (CPD), which rose to prominence for organizing civil disobedience actions and confronting several Republican lawmakers during the contentious hearings for then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.