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Soros-backed “nonprofit” offers TikTok influencers cash to push Jan 6 propaganda and blatant lies



Maybe one of the new 87,000 IRS agents funded through the “Inflation Reduction Act” can handle this.

“This” is a group called the hilariously named Good Information Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that was started by none other than George Soros “to tackle the growing information crisis in America that is undermining social trust, harming public health, and damaging our democracy.”

Oh, what could possibly go wrong.

The group is apparently seeking to pay social media influencers to push anti-Trump propaganda related to the absurdly named “insurrection” of January 6, 2021, as a means to assist the Democratic Party to rule in perpetuity, in this case to assist them in the leadup to the November midterms.

According to one such influencer, Attorney Preston Moore who posts legal commentary on TikTok under the handle of @TrialByPreston, he was approached by a woman stating that she was from the Good Information Foundation and offered him money to post content reflecting ill on Trump, according to BizPacReview.

In the video which has since gone viral, Moore speaks of a woman who was identified as “Jane” who offered to pay him $400 if he created a January 6-related video that would support the false narrative being pushed by Democrats that Trump had encouraged supporters to attack the Capitol, which is blatantly false.

This of course would allow Democrats to continue weaponizing the federal government against supporters of Donald Trump.

“I was just offered $400 to make an anti-Donald Trump propaganda post related to the January 6 investigation that is completely not true,” Moore said.

“I should start out this video by saying that I’m not a Donald Trump supporter so that should give a little bit of context to where I’m coming from. I’m an attorney. I post legal news and analysis on related topics.”

Moore then related that he received an email from somebody with the Good Info Foundation, whom he referred to as “Jane.”

“Jane sent me a message letting me know she represented the Good Info Foundation and that she was willing go offer a paid collaboration to discuss some topics related to January 6,” he continued. “I said, sure, why not, I’ll learn some more.”

Moore continued that “Jane” said the foundation would give him $400 “to make a post on my page and then share it to Instagram.”

He then said there are “specific requirements in order to obtain that $400 of how I should refer to the January 6 Capitol raid,” he said in the video, showing what the requirements were.

“Number one, I must call this a criminal conspiracy. Number two, I must say Trump Republicans are responsible. Number three, I must frame it as an attack on my country, an attack on America or Americans, a criminal conspiracy and a committed crime,” he said, which described the very specific language this “truth telling” organization was soliciting.

Continuing, he said, “I must attribute the matter to MAGA Republicans [straight out of the Biden playbook], I must make clear that this was ongoing and unresolved, and most importantly, that I must channel all of this onto the manipulation of voter agency so that I can turn their anger around this event into defiance that would make people more likely to vote in [the] midterms,” Moore continued.

Moreover, he was to make the connection “that the Trump campaign paid literally millions of dollars to make January 6 happen,” an allegation that has not yet been even raised by the January 6 Pelosi inquisition hit squad.

It was that last allegation that caught Moore’s rapt attention, and he questioned “Jane” about it. He asked her what the basis was for that claim that the Trump campaign had paid millions of dollars to fund the January 6 Capitol breach.

“’Jane doesn’t answer the question,” instead telling him, ‘Hi Preston, if you don’t want to state that in the video it’s fine. You don’t have to use all the bullet points provided.’”

Moore however continued to press, asking if there was any support for that claim. Again, “Jane” refused to answer.

“’ Let me know if you are interested and the rate works for you, thanks so much.’”

You see, “Jane” refused to answer the question precisely because there is zero support for the claim that the Trump campaign paid anyone for participation in January 6.

“I’m not interested and the rate doesn’t work for me,” Moore continued. “This is the Good Info Foundation. They boast on their homepage that ‘good information is the lifeblood of a democracy.‘ They further cry that ‘we are in an information crisis’ and you know the crazy thing about all of that? They’re right.”

From the group’s website:

“America is in an information crisis. Disinformation is threatening public health, safety, social trust and democracy.”

They then cite statistics about the numbers of people believe the 2020 election was stolen, believe voter fraud is a major problem, don’t trust the “traditional” media and claims 265 million Americans can’t name their state legislators. We would leverage that final statistic is largely incorporated of gender studies majors from Berkeley and other liberal hell holes.

The implication of course is that the average Trump voter is a conspiracy nut who believes there is a problem with our election system and oh yeah, they don’t trust the mainstream leftist state-run media. Oh, and to insinuate that 265 million Americans can’t name their legislators, again the implication is that Trump supporters are a bunch of hayseeds.

According to Axios, the organization is backed by Soros and another billionaire Reid Hoffman and will be led by a woman named Tara McGowan, a former Democratic strategist who at one time ran a progressive nonprofit called ACRONYM.

That organization “ran one of the largest digital campaigns to defeat President Trump in the 2020 election, totaling $100 million.” One of the companies it is invested in, Shadow, was responsible for the delayed reporting of the Iowa caucus results in 2020.

If anyone wonders why LinkedIn appears to be leaning a bit to the left and has engaged in censoring conservatives, including Law Enforcement Today, our founder Robert Greenberg and our National Director Kyle Reyes, Hoffman is the founder of LinkedIn.

One or more of these 87,000 new IRS employees might want to take a look at the Good Information Foundation’s 501(c)(3) status as a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization. From the IRS Code:

“Under the Internal Revenue Code, all section 501(c)(3) organizations are absolutely prohibited from directly or indirectly participating in, or intervening in, any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for elective public office. Contributions to political campaign funds or public statements of position (verbal or written) made on behalf of the organization in favor of or in opposition to any candidate for public office clearly violate the prohibition against political campaign activity. Violating this prohibition may result in denial or revocation of tax-exempt status and the imposition of certain excise taxes.” [emphasis added]

It continues:

“…voter education or registration activities with evidence of bias that (a) would favor one candidate over another; (b) oppose a candidate in some manner; or (c) have the effect of favoring a candidate or group of candidates, will constitute a prohibited participation or intervention.”

Wow! Sounds like the old Good Information Foundation appears to be operating in violation of the IRS Code as a “tax-exempt nonprofit.” We’ll wait to see the IRS pull their tax exempt status with bated breath.


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