Soros-backed Media Matters tells Soros-backed Brock conference about shutting down ‘fake news’ at Facebook

Soros-backed Media Matters tells Soros-backed Brock conference about shutting down ‘fake news’ at Facebook
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[Ed. – Basically, everybody has reason to know this is going on because it’s documented and reported through all kinds of media outlets.  The Soros campaign to silence opponents of the radical left may be the most openly reported “secret” in human history.]

On Thursday, the Washington Free Beacon reported that Media Matters, an organization founded by Clinton ally David Brock and funded, in part, by George Soros, said it has been quietly working behind the scenes with Facebook, the social media giant increasingly known as the “world’s most dangerous censor,” to allegedly fight what it calls “propaganda” and “fake news.”

Translation: Any outlet that happens to fall to the right of Josef Stalin is in danger of being targeted.

According to the Free Beacon:

Media Matters told current and prospective donors at a retreat in Florida over the weekend that it has been in discussions with Facebook leadership about their policies on inaccurate and partisan news stories on the website that many liberals blame for political losses last year.

“We’ve been engaging with Facebook leadership behind the scenes to share our expertise and offer input on developing meaningful solutions,” the group said in a briefing book obtained by the Washington Free Beacon at the conference.

“Media Matters will serve as their partner,” the group said of its work with Facebook and other social media companies.

Before we go much further, let us remind you that Media Matters engaged in a “war” against Fox News — activity that fell outside the group’s tax exempt status, according to a 2011 article at the Washington Times by C. Boyden Gray, a former White House counsel in the administration of President George H.W. Bush…

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