Billionaire George Soros is known as the “sugar daddy” of the radical Left.
But at 90 years old, the clock is ticking for George Soros.
And conservatives are terrified after a reporter uncovered the next person in line to replace George Soros.
George Soros funds virtually every radical left-wing cause anywhere on the entire globe.
Born in Hungary, Soros now lives in the United States where he uses his vast multi-billion dollar fortune to fund political candidates and organizations that support his globalist agenda and far-left priorities.
And with the clock ticking for 90-year-old Soros, Antifa, Black Lives Matter and other organizations that rely on Soros’ wealth are worried about the future of their funding.
However, there’s no need for them to be worried because apparently there’s another billionaire who, according to Breitbart News Editor in Chief Alex Marlow, is the “New Soros” for the radical Left.
Writing in his newly released book, “Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruptions,” Marlow exposes Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs, as the “New Soros.”
Far-left Vox describes her as “one of the world’s most important philanthropists,” which is a descriptor the Left often uses for Soros.
For Soros, it is his Open Society Foundation that is used to disperse his billions to far-left causes. Jobs has the Emerson Collective, which she funds and leads.
And according to Forbes, the Emerson Collective is “a hybrid philanthropic and investing limited liability company” who engages in doling out tons of cash to left-wing charities and causes.
Not only that, but it also owns and operates businesses that are mostly in the form of fake news websites and organizations.
Perhaps the biggest of those left-wing news outlets owned by the Emerson Collective is The Atlantic.
As Breitbart’s Marlow explains, The Atlantic was behind what may have been the biggest fake news story of the 2020 election.
“The Atlantic published what is perhaps the single fakest fake news story of the 2020 election,” Marlow writes. “On September 3, 2020, editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg posted an article with the bombshell headline “Trump: Americans Who Died in War Are ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers.’” The piece alleged that Donald Trump, while in France to commemorate American Marines who died in World War II, denigrated American soldiers who died in combat.”
Courier Newsroom, which operates fake news websites disguised as independent local newsrooms across the country in order to slip left-wing stories into Facebook feeds, received $25 million dollars from ACRONYM, a Democrat tech venture funded by Jobs.
Even the left-wing media watchdog group, NewsGuard, warned readers of the biased nature of the website, writing: “Courier and Acronym are exploiting the widespread loss of local journalism to create and disseminate something we really don’t need: hyperlocal partisan propaganda.”
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