It has been George Soros’ life-long goal to force his far-left agenda on everybody in the world.
He has spent unthinkable amounts of money to do this.
And now he is targeting Fox News, and they will never be the same after Soros did something sick.
If there’s one thing that billionaire left-wing activist George Soros hates more than anything, it is people calling him out on his globalist plans.
Using his massive resources he will do everything to destroy anybody who tells the truth about him.
Many in the mainstream media will go so far as to call anybody who disagrees with Soros “anti-Semitic” because he has Jewish heritage.
It doesn’t matter that many of his initiatives would destroy the Jewish state of Israel, or that he hid his Jewish identity during the Holocaust to work on behalf of the Nazis, the mainstream media is squarely on his side.
So when frequent Fox News guest Joe diGenova went after Soros live on air, the condemnation from Soros’ allies was swift.
DiGenova claimed that “there’s no doubt that George Soros controls a very large part of the career foreign service of the United States State Department” while on Fox Business.
While many dismiss this as a conspiracy theory, there is no doubt that there have been high-level State Department officials that are close Soros allies.
Both Hillary Clinton and John Kerry served in the position under Obama.
It would be hard to believe that many officials they appointed within the department who are still in power are not at least sympathetic with Soros’ far-left agenda.
Regardless, Soros allies immediately went on the offensive, not just demanding a retraction, but calling on Fox News to ban diGenova from ever being on their network again.
Open Society Foundation president Patrick Gaspard told Fox News to issue “an on-air retraction and request that you bar Mr. diGenova as a guest on your network.”
He also called diGenova’s comments “beyond fiction” and “beyond ludicrous.”
If this demand was sent in 2016, it would be very unlikely that Fox News would do anything but ignore the request.
But in 2019, Fox News has shifted so radically to the left that they will likely give into these demands.
After all, the media is trying to paint this as an anti-Semitism issue.
The Washington Post ran an article on the incident with the headline “Why Fox News has gone wobbly on anti-Semitism.”
And countless other media outlets had a field day after the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) came out attacking the statements.
“Invoking Soros as controlling the State Dept, FBI, and Ukraine is trafficking in some of the worst anti-Semitic tropes,” ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt wrote.
Of course, this is nonsense.
The left is essentially arguing that disagreeing with one Jewish person is enough to make somebody anti-Semitic.
Do you think that disagreeing with George Soros makes somebody anti-Semitic?
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