The controversial figure George Soros and his alleged funding of Democrats and far-left organizations was put in the spotlight.
In recent weeks, rumors have swirled about Soros’ potential involvement in the indictment of former President Trump. However, The New York Times has attempted to downplay any connection, claiming that the ties between Soros and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg are “real but overstated.”
“The ties between Soros and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg are ‘real but overstated.'” claimed the New York Times.
“In reality,” the New York Times continued, “Mr. Soros donated to a liberal group that endorses progressive prosecutors and supports efforts to overhaul the criminal justice system.”
“A mere three days after the organization Color of Change publicly announced that it would donate one million dollars to fund Mr. Bragg’s campaign, Mr. Soros gave that exact sum as a gift of charity to the group. That’s not suspicious at all,” Glenn Beck from Blaze Media noted.
The Times mentioned Soros’ previous donations of similar size to the group and the other campaigns the wealthy benefactor helped fund. The Times further clarified that Soros and Bragg never had any personal connection, such as meeting in person or electronic communication.