Anti-George Soros Book Snubbed from New York Times ‘Best Seller’ List
'Man Behind the Curtain' soars past 5000 copies in first week
An explosive new book documenting the shady schemes of Hungarian leftist billionaire, George Soros, has unsurprisingly been snubbed from The New York Times’ "best seller" list.
The book, entitled “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.
The book already soared past the 5,000 minimum number of books needed to be sold the first week to be considered for the list, despite only being out for a week.
Palumbo appeared on the Glenn Beck show to promote his new book where Beck himself noted his own book, “The Great Reset,” featuring Soros on the cover, was also snubbed by the New York Times best-seller list despite massive sales.
"And after my book has been out for a week, it’s looking like Beck, and I are in the same boat.
"Without giving any exact numbers, I can confirm that 'The Man Behind the Curtain' blew past the 5,000 minimum number of books needed to be sold the first week to be considered for the list."
“The Man Behind the Curtain” is the 12th best-selling book on the Nonfiction Overall list (all categories, paperback, and hardcover), according to BookScan.
The book was also ranked #1 in the Biography/Autobiography category.
But despite the book's success, it was excluded from the New York Times best-seller list.
Palumbo writes that his book also documents Soros’ influence on the media, which he says is confirmed by the fact it was snubbed by The New York Times.
One interesting excerpt from the book is where Palumbo exposes links to Soros’ influence on Democrat Joe Biden’s administration.
According to Palumbo, the relationship likely empowers Soros to have direct influence over Biden administration and State Department policy.
Below is an excerpt from he book to whet your appetite:
Responsible for providing the facts on Berisha’s alleged corruption to the Department of State is the East-West Management Institute. The Institute is headed by a woman named Delina Fico who has the job title of Director of Civil Society. The East-West Management Institute is one of two Soros-spawned groups (the other being Central European University) that he says he “envisions as permanent institutions.” Fico was once engaged to Albanian socialist president Edi Rama, and later married Bledi Çuçi, one of Rama’s closest allies.
Evidently, Blinken can’t speak on behalf for anyone else at the State Department when it comes to their connections to Soros, or even his own father. Antony’s father Donald Blinken and his wife Vera funded the Vera and Donald Blinken Open Society Archives at Soros’ Central European University (CEU), which houses a digital collection of Hungarian historical documents. The trio has also been photographed together. In one Soros Foundations Network report from 2002, Blinken’s father is listed on the Board of Trustees for CEU third after Soros (the chair) and Aryeh Neier.
Donald Blinken was U.S. ambassador to Hungary from 1994 to 1998, right as Soros was setting up shop there, and he and his wife had close ties to the socialist government.
The daily blog Hungarian Spectrum, which boasts Soros among its donors, celebrated Blinken as a potential secretary of state pick after the 2020 election because “Hungary will not be forgotten in the next four or perhaps eight years in Washington.”
After Blinken was confirmed as secretary of state, Hungarian newspaper Magyar Nemzet called it “great news for George Soros.”
The new book "Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros is available now.