GEORGE SOROS: Guess Who Donated $196M to Support Pro #NetNeutrality Cause

Published on February 26, 2015

More of Obama’s minions helping to further his cause. George Soros donated $196 Million to groups like the ACLU that are supporting the new Internet rules.

As the Federal Communications Commission is set to approve new Internet rules, a new report shows that George Soros and the Ford Foundation have donated $196 million to groups that support the cause.

From 2000 to 2013, the Ford Foundation has donated $113.6 million and the Open Society Foundations, founded by Soros, has donated $82.7 to pro-net neutrality groups, the Media Research Center is reporting. Both groups support changing the net neutrality rules.

In addition, some of the groups they have funded are also directly linked to the Obama administration, including some individuals who now have positions at the White House. Such groups include the Center for American Progress, the American Civil Liberties Union, and Media Matters for America — all three support net neutrality.

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