Recently, NPR aired an episode of All Things Considered which was essentially a hit piece on those who dared to criticize Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s financial ties to George Soros.
The episode featured a guest, Emily Tamkin, who was a liberal Soros biographer. The episode also featured NPR host Mary Louise Kelly who was more than happy to let Tamkin downplay the fact that Soros gave $1 million to the anti-police Color of Change PAC just a few days after the group initially pledged $1 million to support Bragg’s 2021 election campaign. Tamkin then teed up wild accusations of anti-Semitism at “conservative politicians” who criticized Soros.
Even worse, Kelly conceded that Soros had previously funded NPR and that the outlet had accepted money from Soros’ foundation to finance independent reporting on state governments.
This blatant conflict of interest didn’t stop Tamkin from directing wild accusations at “conservative politicians” who criticized Soros. Tamkin claimed that those who criticize Soros are basically using “anti-Semitic tropes” to “stir something up.”
This kind of gaslighting is nothing new for the liberal media. They have been doing this for years and it’s time we call them out on it. We should not let the liberal media get away with smearing those criticizing Soros or the Democrats by making wild accusations of racism or anti-Semitism.
Let’s get real, Soros has had his finger on the pulse of every extreme liberal movement we have seen and there are plenty of paper trails to prove it. Between him funding political positions of power, to reporters finding his sticky money in the hands of extreme-left activists—The media isn’t fooling anyone by pretending Soros isn’t a driving force behind our current moral collapse and social turmoil.
They can try and blow this off as conspiracy theories but a quick internet search will turn up hundreds of journalistic discoveries proving that Soros has had his hands in the Democratic party for years.
Erica Carlin is an independent journalist, opinion writer and contributor to several news and opinion sources. She is based in Georgia.