Example #243,987,113 of how the media is actively hurting the national dialog with their disingenuous attempt to be balanced.
Patrick Gaspard of 'Open Society Foundation,' told CNN that all their requests to go on "Fox News" to rebut the outrageous claims being made against Soros during the midterms have all been refused by the network.
Because it's more important for him to feel in control.
After a nice long discussion about scary refugees at the border, Louie Gohmert calmed any concerns Lou Dobbs or his viewers had about anti-Semitic Soros criticisms.
Terror-Babies Rep. Louie Gohmert tells Fox Business' Lou Dobbs that it's perfectly fine to criticize George Soros at the end of a fearmongering segment talking about Trump's ridiculous assertion about birthright citizenship and the Honduran migrant caravan.
Florida gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis continued to foment hate against George Soros, even after he received a bomb in the mail.
Republican Florida candidate for governor Ron DeSantis was caught on video spreading a conspiracy theory about George Soros just days after the liberal billionaire was sent a bomb in the mail.
Fox Business Network on Sunday said that it was pulling an episode of "Lou Dobbs Tonight" after a guest asserted that billionaire George Soros had infiltrated the State Department as a part of a conspiracy to assist a caravan of migrants traveling from Central America.
Just days before the Pittsburgh Synagogue killings, Kevin McCarthy posted a tweeted attacking wealthy Jewish Democrats, accusing them of trying to "buy" the midterm elections.
Lou Dobbs and Chris Farrell, head of Judicial Watch, spent some time on Fox Business promoting conspiracy theories about George Soros.