(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) America-hating leftist billionaire George Soros donated millions of dollars to create an army of Gen-Z TikTok propagandists who will push extreme leftist causes, praise Joe Biden and bash conservatives.
In 2020 and 2021, the nonprofit Accelerate Action Inc. received $5.5 million from Soros’ Open Society Foundation, the New York Post reported. After that, in 2022, the nonprofit gave at least $300,000 to Gen Z for Change, another non-profit that boasts a network of 500 “activists, organizers and creators,” as indicated by tax filings.
As a result of receiving a bribe, the accounts of young influencer activists became littered with far-left talking points.
“We are unequivocally supportive of Medicare for all, the Green New Deal, Palestinian liberation [and] a plethora of progressive policies that a vast majority of Gen Z supports,” group founder Aidan Kohn-Murphy told his 288,000 TikTok followers on Wednesday.
Victoria Hammett, a 24-year-old and the group’s deputy executive director, also frequently pushed the notion that females should be entitled to murder their unborn babies.
“Abortion after six weeks will be banned in Iowa once the governor signs the ban. If there is a 13-year-old little girl who is getting abused and is too scared to or does not know how to report it, she would be forced to carry her rapist’s baby to term,” she told her 819,000 followers.
Aside from pushing the propaganda, far-left “soldiers” also were told to attack conservatives.
Conor Stayton, 20, a digital marketing strategist for the group and yet another propagandist, criticized Rep. Elise Stefanik, R–N.Y., after a shooting in Buffalo left 10 people dead in May 2022, accusing her of repeating “neo-nazi and white supremacist” talking points.
“Elise, maybe you should keep your mouth shut,” Stayton said to his 557,000 TikTok followers.
As predicted, conservatives became very concerned with the bribed army of young leftists.
“George Soros is funding the next generation of far-left activists on a platform that is beholden to the [Chinese Communist Party],” Stefanik said.