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WHY DID GEORGE SOROS Just Buy MILLIONS In Facebook, Twitter and Google Stock?

The leftist anti-Trump media is at it again turning all the hate and corruption towards President Trump, as they work with Facebook and Twitter to terminate conservative news from their agenda.

Since the day Donald Trump took the stand as our Commander-in-Chief, liberal groups have come together to put their mighty plan into action to take the power back in Washington DC.

Their 2-year-operation by Media Matters, Share Blue, American Bridge, and the CREW created an interesting document in Davos in January of 2018.

The document was written by David Brock, the founder of the Soro-funded Media Matters site. The entire document with 49 pages of details explains all the funding from George Soros’ group.

Their idea was to undermine Donald Trump’s plan as President and help Democrats take over control of Washington and the White House by the next election. 

Look at the example for your self:

We have clear evidence that these far-left groups have worked overtime with Facebook and Twitter to eliminate conservative content. 

But it doesn’t end there. George Soros has suddenly increased his shares in many of the tech companies after previously bashing the exact same groups which included the goal of breaking up Facebook. 

According to 100percentfedup:

Soros made the large stock purchases during the second quarter through Soros Fund Management, the financier’s New York City-based investment firm. The purchases include 159,200 shares in Facebook (valued at $31 million), 250,000 shares in Twitter (valued at $11 million), and 54,500 shares in Apple (valued at $10 million), Security and Exchange Commission filings show.

Soros did not have holdings in any of those companies during the first quarter, according to the fund’s previous filings.

Soros made the big bets on tech after lambasting such companies as being a “menace” and “monopolistic” earlier this year at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

PJ Media reports that an official from Soros’ Open Society Foundations told Axios in February that the philanthropy was “examining new ways” to go after the tech giants.

The organization didn’t provide details of their current conversations. A spokesman said that it provided a $180,000 two-year grant to the Open Markets Institute last fall for work around web platforms.

  • The organization’s interest in platforms has been building for some time. It gave the group Data & Society $250,000 in 2016 for “reimagining pathways for algorithmic accountability of platforms and organizations that produce and distribute content, such as search and recommendation engines and social media.”

So, why is Soros buying up so much of the “monopolistic” tech companies stock if he views them as a “menace”? Does his decision to purchase massive amounts of their stock have anything to do with Media Matters plan to work with Facebook and Twitter to eliminate conservative news content?

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