(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In order to undermine the credibility of the real-life protagonist depicted in the hit film Sound of Freedom, the George Soros-backed website Vice recently accused him of taking advantage of women while on the job.
Tim Ballard, the hero who rescued children from sex-trafficking crimes, has been anonymously accused of sexual misconduct by at least seven women, Breitbart reported.
The accusations prompted Ballard to step down from his position at the head of Operation Underground Railroad.
According to the anonymous accusations, Ballard invited women to act as his wife, going so far as to ask them to shower with him in order to fool traffickers.
Further, the anonymous women published a letter together, claiming that their “disturbingly specific and parallel accounts” reveal that Ballard spent his time “extensively grooming and manipulating multiple women for the past few years with the ultimate intent of coercing them to participate in sexual acts with him, under the premise of going where it takes and doing ‘whatever it takes’ to save a child.”
Operation Underground Railroad officials said that there was no proof of anything and that the investigation is going via an “independent law firm.”
Ballard himself spoke last weekend about the allegations coming from Vice, noting that “it’s not true, nothing you hear is true.”
He also added that the malicious reports have been “breaking down my family like you can’t believe” and said he had been excommunicated from the Mormon church as a result, leading loathsome leftist trolls to celebrate on Twitter.
Tim Ballard is breaking down after being excommunicated from @LDSchurch & making up numbers about all the kids he “rescued” & the bad guys he got convicted. All lies.
— Jim Stewartson, Anti-disinfo activist 🇺🇸🇺🇦💙 (@jimstewartson) September 18, 2023
Of course, there may be reasons to doubt the report besides the fact that none of the accusations have actually been proven true, based strictly on the underlying objectives of the outlet that originally published them.
After Vice Media faced the prospect of declaring bankruptcy earlier this year—as has been the case with many left-wing propagandist sites whose lies have cost them credibility among their readers and viewers—it was bailed out in July by a coalition of investors that included George Soros’s financial group, Soros Fund Management.
That may make it the flagship acquisition in the globalist oligarch’s ever-expanding media empire of propaganda-pushers, which also perniciously includes phony fact-checking services and local media stations.
Ballard is not the only left-wing target to have been to have been #MeTooed in the past week.
Russell Brand, the British comedian and movie star who has enjoyed a second act as a red-pilled anti-Establishment podcaster, was demonetized on YouTube following thinly sourced allegations of past sexual assaults that he adamantly denied.
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) September 19, 2023