CNN Fact Checker Defends George Soros, Claims He's Target of 'Antisemitic Conspiracy Theories'


CNN favorite ‘fact checker’ Daniel Dale defended billionaire George Soros from claims that he has helped to fund the campus protests and helped Alvin Bragg and other far-left soft-on crime prosecutors to get elected.

Dale claimed that Soros is a “frequent target of antisemitic conspiracy theories” while ignoring the facts surrounding elite left-wing donors.

Transcript via NewsBusters:

JAKE TAPPER: Let’s bring in CNN’s Daniel Dale, who fact-checks what we just heard from Donald Trump. He started off criticizing the case, what happened on the case. Daniel, then he turned to protests on college campuses, then he turned to inflation then back to the case. What’s — what caught your notice?

DANIEL DALE: There was a lot there. Some of it was subjective opinion. I won’t try to fact-check, but a few things to fact check. One, he claimed again that he’s leading in all the polls. No, he’s slightly leading in national polling averages, but he’s trailing in a good number of polls, especially those that have come out in the last week or so. There are at least a few.

He refers frequently to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, the prosecutor behind this case, as a Soros-backed district attorney. Now, I’d say there’s some arguable basis for that, but I think it’s important to clarify the facts.

So, Mr. Soros, who’s a liberal billionaire philanthropist, also a frequent target of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories, did not make any direct contributions to Mr. Bragg’s election campaign.


If you’re interested in the inner workings of the Soros, the explosive book “Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros,” authored by investigative journalist Matt Palumbo, documents damning exposés surrounding Soros and his global networks.

READ: How the ‘Great Wakening from Woke’ Exposed George Soros

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