Leaked Memo Reveals George Soros Behind Facebook Censorship Campaign
confidential 49-page memo has revealed a plan to defeat Trump
As the recent wave of social media censorship of conservative voices gathers pace, a confidential 49-page memo revealing the plan to defeat Trump by eliminating "right-wing propaganda and fake news" has been leaked.
The memo was presented in 2017 by George Soros-owned Media Matters founder David Brock at a retreat in Florida with around 100 donors, according to the Washington Free Beacon
According to Gateway Pundit, the memo perfectly coincides with moves by Silicon Valley tech giants to “shadow ban” conservative political candidates and remove content.
The memo, which is called “Democracy Matters: Strategic Plan for Action,” was obtained by The Free Beacon who attended the retreat.
The four-year agenda is outlined perfectly in the memo, much of which we are seeing now.
Even sites like Neon Nettle have suffered massive blows as a result of the currently implemented attack.
Here are some of the main strategies outlined in the memo:
Expanding Media Matters’ mission to combat “government misinformation
Ensuring Democratic control of the Senate in the 2018 midterm elections
Filing lawsuits against the Trump administration
Monetizing political advocacy
Partnering with Facebook to combat "fake news"
According to The Free Beacon's story from January, Brock sought to raise $40 million for his organizations.
According to wnd.com: The document claims Media Matters and far-left groups have “access to raw data from Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites” so they can “systemically monitor and analyze this unfiltered data.”
“The earlier we can identify a fake news story, the more effectively we can quash it,” the memo states.
“With this new technology at our fingertips, researchers monitoring news in real time will be able to identify the origins of a lie with mathematical precision, creating an early warning system for fake news and disinformation.”
Media Matters met with Facebook, which boasts some 2 billion members worldwide, to discuss how to crack down on fake news, according to the memo.
The social media giant was provided with “a detailed map of the constellation of right-wing Facebook pages that had been the biggest purveyors of fake news.”
Brock’s memo also says Media Matters gave Google “the information necessary to identify 40 of the worst fake new sites” so they could be banned from Google’s advertising network.
The Gateway Pundit pointed out that in 2016, Google carried out that plan on the Gateway Pundit blog and other conservative sites, including Breitbart, the Drudge Report, Infowars, Zero Hedge and Conservative Treehouse.
Facebook, meanwhile has changed its newsfeed algorithm, ostensibly to combat “fake news,” causing a precipitous decline in traffic for many conservative sites.
Read the MEMO for yourself (below)
President Donald Trump himself was affected, with his engagement on Facebook dropping by 45 percent.
A study in June by Gateway Pundit found Facebook had eliminated 93 percent of the traffic of top conservative news outlets.
Western Journal, in its own study, found that while left-wing publishers saw a roughly 2 percent increase in web traffic from Facebook following the algorithm changes, conservative sites saw a loss of traffic averaging around 14 percent.
‘Totalitarian impulse’ of the left
President Trump’s 2020 campaign manager, Brad Parscale, charged last week the giants of Silicon Valley are stifling free speech, particularly conservative speech, manifesting the “inherent totalitarian impulse” of the left.
On Friday, Facebook appeared to be “shadow banning” the non-profit education site PragerU, founded by talk-host Dennis Prager, causing a drop in engagement of 99.9999 percent while removing two videos regarded as “hate speech.”
After Facebook rejected a highly inspirational ad for a Republican congressional candidate that included images depicting her parents’ persecution under the Khmer Rouge communist regime in Cambodia, Twitter followed up with its own ban.
WND reported earlier this month Facebook banned a pro-life video ad by a judicial candidate, giving the same explanation.
On Aug. 6, WND reported, Facebook, YouTube, and Apple banned commentator Alex Jones and his Infowars website within hours of each other.
Last month, WND reported moderate Muslims and counter-terrorist activists were increasingly being restricted by Silicon Valley, while terrorist content remains on social-media platforms, according to researchers.
Trump campaign chief Parscale said last week the banning of Jones “will inevitably lead to the silencing of those with far less controversial opinions.”
“What we are seeing in Big Tech is the inherent totalitarian impulse of the Left come into full focus,” Parscale said.