The FCC may have suspended its invasion into American newsrooms, but the controversial “Critical Information Needs” study also has George Soros’ fingerprints all over it.
While disturbing, this should come as no surprise since Soros’ gave more than $52 million to media organizations from 2000-2010.
Two schools were working with FCC on the project, according to Byron York of The Washington Examiner. The University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center for Communication and Democracy, were tasked by the FCC with coming up with criteria for what information is “critical” for Americans to have. The FCC study would have covered newspapers, websites, radio and television, according to The Washington Post.
On top of the 1st Amendment problems with this proposal, the schools involved have strong ties to liberal billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Foundations and have gotten more than $1.8 million from since 2000.
FCC Stonewalls Investigation Into Government Newsroom Hijacking
Alex Jones and Infowars reporter David Knight discuss the FCC’s plan to install newsroom monitors/censors into communities across the country under the guise of helping women and minorities. The FCC plans to also look at radio stations, newspapers and websites, areas where they have zero control and oversight.
On Thursday, Knight called the FCC representative listed on a press release with some open questions about the project. He declined to answer any and redirected our reporter to a voicemail for the public office of media operations. Apparently trying to get the government to answer simple questions is like to trying to sign up for Obamacare.