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Accuse liberal billionaire George Soros of impropriety and you could be accused of anti-Semitism and be de-platformed. At least that’s what the Open Society Foundations is allegedly saying should happen to lawyer and Fox News guest Joe diGenova.
The Washington Post’s media critic Erik Wemple tweeted on Nov. 14, “The Open Society Foundations is asking Fox News/Fox Business to ban Joe diGenova from its air after his anti-Semitic attack on George Soros last night on Fox Business's ‘Lou Dobbs Tonight.’” Wemple continued: “DiGenova said that Soros controlled a ‘very large’ part of the State Department.”
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Open Society Foundations President Patrick Gaspard, according to The Washington Post’s Wemple, sent a letter to Fox News CEO Suzanne Scott, wherein Gaspard stated, “I have written to you in the past about the pattern of false information regarding George Soros that is routinely blasted over your network. But even by Fox’s standards, last night’s episode of Lou Dobbs tonight hit a new low.”
Gaspard continued, according to the tweeted letter, “It is bad enough that Mr. Dobbs continues to repeat the widely discredited reporting of John Solomon as it pertains to Soros,” and also quipping, “It’s bad enough that commentators on your air regularly engage in anti-Semitic slurs against Mr. Soros.”
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diGenova stated Nov. 13 on Fox Business’ Lou Dobbs Tonight that there was “no doubt that...
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