For the owner of The Blaze and former Fox News anchor, Glenn Beck, it is forbidden to talk about billionaire radical leftist financier George Soros on Fox News, as he was told when he worked for the media.
The issue takes on even more relevance after former House Speaker Newt Gingrich was cut off by Fox News anchors when he explained how George Soros is fomenting the riots and chaos that plague many U.S. cities.
“The number one problem in almost all these cities is George-Soros-elected, left-wing, anti-police, pro-criminal district attorneys who refuse to keep people locked up,” Gingrich said on Sept. 16.
“Progressive district attorneys are anti-police, pro-criminal, and overwhelmingly elected with George Soros’s money. And, they are a major cause of the violence we are seeing because they keep putting the violent criminals back on the street,” Gingrich added before he was interrupted.
During the interview with Gingrich, there was an uncomfortable silence of about 14 seconds, during which the co-hosts were presumably instructed to stop Gingrich’s exposé.
Beck called Soros a sociopath while explaining that his influence affects even the upper echelons of Fox News, according to the Sept. 20 BizPac Review. The following video shows Beck talking about it.
Beck agreed with Gingrich’s statements about Soros’s harmful influence on American society and recalled that his interference was not only in the United States.
Several countries banned Soros and his organizations, as was the case with Russia and his native Hungary.
Among the tactics Soros uses to harm the country is financing campaigns for the election of district attorneys linked to the radical left, who are then permissive of criminals and undermine law enforcement.
“What he does, he gobbles up the law enforcement, he gobbles up the attorney generals, he gobbles up district attorneys,” Beck said. “If he can’t change it in Washington or the capital of [a] country, he changes it by going in and controlling who’s prosecuted and who’s not,” Beck warned.
He also said that while at Fox News, founder Roger Ailes told him about Soros and how imperative it was for him to play “his game.”
On another occasion, a Soros representative met with a senior Fox News leader, and as a result, Beck was required to get on board with Soros’s Marxist goal.
“The last thing he said was ‘I don’t think you understand: The ship has sailed. And you’re either on the ship or you’re not” said the Soros representative.
“The ship I believe he was talking about is the ship that we’re now seeing where this Marxist revolutionary [unrest] that is folding right into the world economics’ great reset,” Beck said.
“That’s the ship that was sailing and everyone has to decide: Are you on the ship or not,” Beck completed, according to BizPac Review.
Soros’ multimillion-dollar contributions to America’s leftist movements have been continuous for decades.
Soros is also one of the Democratic Party’s largest campaign donors.
He also funds widely controversial causes such as abortion, gender ideology, and drug legalization in many countries.
His ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) could be inferred from his proposal for the CPP to lead the creation of a new world order, according to a 2009 interview with the Financial Times.