Report: George Soros funded creation of ‘hate crime’ database

March 28, 2019 by Jerry McCormick

Now we finally know where all these fake “hate crime” stories have originated.

According to a new report, a major media source for “hate crime” reports is financially backed by none other than George Soros.

Up And Running

The 2017 tax forms for one of Soros’ foundations show significant contributions to ProPublica, a journalism nonprofit that launched a project called “Documenting Hate” in the same year.

The project compiles unverified reports of “hate crimes” from across the nation, and distributes the information to news sources like ABC News and The New York Times opinion section.

Soros made an initial contribution of $200,000 in 2017, apparently to get the project off the ground.

He later made two additional direct donations in the amounts of $375,000 and $200,000 “to support hate crimes tracking project.”

But while ProPublica president Richard Tofel says it’s up to news outlets to verify the information Documenting Hate shares, it seems the media isn’t holding up their end of that bargain.

More Money Coming

Indeed, Documenting Hate seems to be less of a database and more of a collection of individual stories submitted by the alleged victims of these crimes.

Even Tofel admitted they don’t verify the accuracy of these individual reports.

It is up to the journalists to verify them, Tofel says, a task that we all know the media can’t handle. (Remember how they handled the Jussie Smollett story?)

Still, Soros has devoted a large portion of his $10 million hate-crime-fighting budget, which he pledged after President Donald Trump was elected, to the project — and he’s not the only one.

Nowadays, according to Tofel, Google is funding the project. And with their nearly endless stream of revenue, we can expect Documenting Hate to live on strong for quite some time.

The mainstream media just won’t ever stop in their quest to take down President Trump. What a shame.