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Glenn Beck covered the infamous “boogeyman,” George Soros, and his funding of Democrats and far-left causes and organizations on "The Glenn Beck Program" last week.
Speculations have been circulating about Soros’ connection with former president Trump’s indictment. So, of course, the New York Times came to the billionaire’s aid.
“The connection between [Soros] and Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney, are real but overstated,” the Times said.
“In reality,” the Times continued, “Mr. Soros donated to a liberal group that endorses progressive prosecutors and supports efforts to overhaul the criminal justice system.”
A mere three days after the organization Color of Change publicly announced that it would donate one million dollars to fund Mr. Bragg’s campaign, Mr. Soros gave that exact sum as a gift of charity to the group.
That’s not suspicious at all.
Beck noted that the Times mentioned Soros’ previous donations of similar size to the group and the other campaigns the wealthy benefactor helped fund. The Times further clarified that Soros and Bragg never had any personal connection, such as meeting in person or electronic communication.
“So what do they think the accusation here is? That [Soros and Bragg] were buddies?” asked Stu Burguiere. “The accusation was George Soros has an insane political philosophy that gets people killed, and he’s been paying for these candidates' campaigns.”
“There’s no problem whatsoever with George Soros giving his money to an organization he believes in,” Burguiere continued. “The problem is the things he believes in are killing our society.”
“He’s just looking for justice,” Beck responded in jest.
“Is he?” Burguiere retorted.
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