It's been busted as many times as Snopes.
In this case, it uses a subject giving a subjective statement about themself as "proof".
This is the second most common "proof" on Snopes and Factcheck. The most common "proof" on those sites comes from some "senior official" or "high level associate" or something like that who may or may not exist.
How about a link to these "busts"?
Where is the one identifying Soros as the owner of Snopes? Come on Mt "link man" show us those links!