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The most difficult thing for me to watch in the decline of freedom in America is the rise of censorship. Not that censorship has not existed to some degree for decades; it has. None of the networks reveal the power of the Council on Foreign Relations or the Bilderbergers over America today, but censorship has become blatant, especially from the rich on the Left.

Apparently, talk of the insurrectionist activities of George Soros is nearing forbidden. The Left never cover George Soros' manipulation of elections, especially his buy up of district attorneys in big cities who then do not punish those arrested for pillage and arson, turning them free the next day to do the same that evening. Most news organizations appear intimidated into silence on the subject.

FOX News recently demonstrated Soros' influence over its show "Outnumbered" in Harris Faulkner's interview of Newt Gingrich on Sept. 17.

She said, "Speaker Gingrich, I know you have a final thought for us."

Gingrich responded, "The number one problem in almost all the cities is George Soros-elected, left-wing, antipolice, pro-criminal district attorneys who refuse to keep people locked up. Just yesterday they put somebody back on the street that is wanted for two different murders in New York City. ... Progressive district attorneys are anti-police, pro-criminal, and overwhelmingly elected with George Soros's money, and they're a major cause of the violence we're seeing because they keep putting the violent criminals back on the street."

Co-host Melissa Francis injected, "I'm not sure we need to bring George Soros into this."

Gingrich argued, "He paid for it! I mean, why can't we discuss the fact that he spent millions of dollars?" To which co-host Marie Harf abruptly cut him off, "No, he didn't. I agree with Melissa. George Soros doesn't need to be a part of this conversation."

Gingrich responds, "OK! [pause] So it's verboten," German for forbidden. [Long awkward silence, then cut.]

That George Soros hates Donald Trump and is motivated to inject his influence in the election to get rid of him is clear. At the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in 2020, January 21-24, he told those attending, "Clearly I consider the Trump Administration a danger to the world. But I regard it as a purely temporary phenomenon that will disappear in 2020." (George Soros, Davos 2018. Donald Trump and the Davos Connection, From the Editors Desk, Michael J. Matt).

Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri spoke of Soros' influence. "He spent $17 million since 2015 alone trying to buy district attorneys. And he's had tremendous success in my home state of Missouri in St. Louis, in Philadelphia, Florida, Texas, look all around the country" (Tucker Carlson Tonight, Sept. 22).

Who are some of these county district attorneys funded by the $17 million Soros money? Bill O'Reilly identified Diana Becton from Oakland, Calif., as having received $275,000. She "will not prosecute looters if you're poor. She says ... it's okay if they break into stores if they need ... what they're stealing." Chicago DA Kim Fox, of Jessey Smollett fame, received $2 million dollars. Kimberly Gardner, $68,000, famed for trying to prosecute the couple protecting their home with a gun in St Louis from those who broke into their gated community and threatened violence on them (Bill O'Reilly on Fox News' Awkward George Soros, Sept. 18).

Tucker Carlson added Mike Schmidt of Portland, Ore., who was given $20,000 by Soros, He "announced he won't prosecute any of the rioters, who've turned Portland into a war zone. He's already dismissed charges against rioting suspects, hundreds of them. In fact, at one point Schmidt said the unrest in Portland was "beautiful." In 2017 Soros spent roughly $1.7 million in Philadelphia, getting DA candidate Larry Krasner elected. He has a reputation for letting everybody out -- even criminals (Tucker Carlson Tonight, Sept. 22).

Soros has vested money in DA races in 17 states over the past few years. These include Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Louisiana, Missouri, Illinois, Mississippi, Georgia and New York (Soros' Prosecutorial Power Grab, https://youtu.be/q1k1gvPOxSo). Just how many of these big-city DAs are needed to bring down America with pillage, vandalism, assault and arson nobody is saying, especially not Democrat news outlets and now some Fox News shows refuse to talk about the Soros buyout of DAs promoting anarchy.

For Tucker Carlson, revealing this destroy America plot, "Criminals commit crimes, police arrest them, Soros backed DAs release them," to the attention of Americans, "Twitter slapped a warning label on our video. They claimed it contained sensitive content."

Let us be clear! The above information documents leftist George Soros as the number one insurrectionist in America today. His efforts to burn down American cities by financing Democrats who open our jails destroy justice and make him an enemy to all who love liberty. Apparently, now even Fox News is afraid of him.

In 2016 George Soros influenced justice in six states, in 2020 it amplified to seventeen states. If Fox News is now censored or afraid to tell America of the Soros' insurrectionist activities, who will? And with censorship, how long can America stand?

Harold W. Pease is a syndicated columnist and an expert on the United States Constitution. He has dedicated his career to studying the writings of the Founding Fathers and applying that knowledge to current events. He taught history and political science from this perspective for more than 30 years at Taft College. To read more of his weekly articles, visit www.LibertyUnderFire.org. Opinions expressed are those of the author.

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