Speaker Newt Gingrich is owed an apology from Fox News for rudely being cut off for telling the truth about George Soros.

There is plenty of evidence of Soros’ influence in different elections across America. Fox News has even reported on the Soros funding that has helped elect local DA’s like the one in St. Louis who went after the McCloskey couple who just tried to defend their home from BLM.

Telling the truth about George Soros is apparently off-limits on Fox News. Listen to leftist political hack Marie Harf say that she doesn’t know why George Soros should be a part of the discussion. Gingrich comes back with a zinger:

“Well, he paid for it!”

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Fox News has reported in the past on Soros support for DA’s across the country. Why the new concern with the truth?

AG Barr spoke out about Soros funding anti-cop candidates:

Attorney General Bill Barr just called out George Soros for dumping big money into elections across America.

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This is the first time someone this important in government has called Soros out.

It’s about time!

“George Soros has been coming in, largely in Democratic primaries where there has not been much voter turnout and putting in a lot of money to elect people who are not very supportive of law enforcement and don’t view the office as bringing to trial and prosecuting criminals.”

AG Barr believes that the agenda pushed by Soros will lead to more violent crime and more victims.

ONE EXAMPLE OF SOROS’ BIG SPENDING IS IN PHILADELPHIA:
According to whyy.org, final campaign reports show George Soros dropped nearly $1.7 million into the winning campaign of Larry Krasner for Philly DA.

David Thornburgh, president of the watchdog group Committee of Seventy:

“I have a general and growing concern about how we seem to be nationalizing local elections. You know, these independent expenditures flowing from elsewhere are kind of Exhibit A of how that’s playing out. And if this continues, it starts to feel like Philadelphians lose control of our own elections.”

Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch on how the Obama State Dept. funded Soros group’s activities:

 

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