The Progressives’ “Nazi” Rhetoric Begins With George Soros


Media Matters, a George Soros propaganda organization:  masquerading as a media watchdog is exhibiting its hypocrisy again today. In an article called Fox’s “Nazi” rhetoric also comes straight from the top, they took a comment by Fox News head Roger Ailes and used it as a starting point to attack almost every commentator on the Fox News Network

In a recent interview, Fox News chairman Roger Ailes referred to National Public Radio executives as “Nazis” with a “Nazi attitude,” and claimed “[t]hey are the left wing of Nazism.” Ailes’ employees at Fox News, particularly Glenn Beck, have also used Nazi and Holocaust imagery to smear President Obama, Democrats, and progressive figures.

While Media Matter is correct in saying that the use of Nazi analogies by Ailes and his Fox colleagues were not appropriate, interestingly they don’t bother to challenge the fact or sentiment of the statement.

More important is the utter hypocrisy of the Media Matters case, because if they were truthful with themselves and their readers they would recognize that the same, inappropriate language comes from the progressive world. And it all starts with the movement’s leader and sugar-daddy, George Soros.

Jeff Dunetz is editor of the Political Blog The Lid, a contributor to American Thinker, Big Government,Big Hollywood,Big Journalism, and Big Peace.

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