Elisabeth Meinecke
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George Soros' money ties to media outlets worldwide enable him to influence the most important audience of all: journalists. What does he hope to gain by it?

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From the Media Research Center's in-depth report by Dan Gainor and Iris Somberg "Controlling the Media: George Soros" in the August issue of Townhall Magazine:

"Media outlets that get direct Open Society cash reach more than 330 million people each month. And that's really just scratching the surface. That number counts some of the well-known recipients of King George's largesse--NPR, for exaple--and lesser knowns like Project Syndicate and Public News Service. ...

Soros funds at least 180 media-related organizations -- from groups dedicated to to getting government funding for journalsim to tiny blogs and hard-Left media outlets. These are operations that promote pretty much everything conservatives love to hate: abortion, drugs, the gay agenda, illegal immigration, unions, nationalized health care, getting rid of the dollar as the reserve currency and attacks on conservative Supreme Court justices. Throw in an anti-Israel and anti-American theme, and Soros groups have something for everyone on the Right to dislike.

But some of his biggest influence is with the mainstream press. ... "

Want to learn more about George Soros' tangled media web? Get the August issue of Townhall Magazine and read the report by Dan Gainor and Iris Somberg, which talks about the dirty doxen of Soros' media influence and how much money he gives them.
 

"Supposedly neutral journalists serve on boards of operations that take Soros cash. Some of the top names in news can play six degrees of separation with Soros and stop at one." ~ Dan Gainor and Iris Somberg in Controlling the Media: George Soros

Order Townhall Magazine today to read the full article, and much more, in the August issue.

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Elisabeth Meinecke

Elisabeth Meinecke is TOWNHALL MAGAZINE Managing Editor. Follow her on Twitter @lismeinecke.