George Soros Accused Of ‘Betraying Fellow Jews’ By GOP Congressman on Fox
Fox new immediately opted to distance itself from the Congressman's views.
A Republican representative for Texas accused globalist George Soros of turning against “fellow Jews” on the Fox Business Network.
Rep. Gohmert brought up Soros' childhood event of assisting in the confiscation of Jewish property, which the Billionaire admitted he felt no guilt, only to be met with a barrage of abuse.
Fox News immediately opted to distance itself from the Congressman's views.
Gohmert began speaking about Soros along with eths tory of tech giant Google and its reported involvement in devising a search engine for China.
"Google is born in a free country, and then they go over and oppress others, help oppress in another country," Gohmert said.
"You mention [George] Orwell", he added, thereby deviating from the topic.
"That reminds me of another George. George Soros is supposed to be Jewish, but you wouldn’t know it from the damage he’s inflicted on Israel and the fact that he turned on fellow Jews and helped take the property that they own".
"Holy crap," one Twitter user posted
Another tweeted “vile slander.”
Various Fact-checking sites deemed 'Soros collaborating with Nazi' as false, even though the globalist admitted it in an interview.
"Abhorrent that a sitting Congressman propagated debunked Soros conspiracies," the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) tweeted shortly after.
"Rep. Gohmert should retract his remarks immediately. This rhetoric is common in extreme far-right circles & perpetuates anti-Semitism", the ADL added, posting a link to their website attempting to bust some false claims regarding Soros.
Fox Business Network anchor Stuart Varney chose to distance the network from Gohmert's comments on Soros, insisting the speaker views where not shred by the media outlet and the program.
Fox has been caught in scandal surround Soros in the past when they drooped a guest in October, who condemned the migrant caravan on the “Soros-occupied State Department.”