Alex Soros, Hier to his dad George Soros’ leftist empire, was slapped with a Community Notes fact check on X after he claimed that high murder rates are not in progressive cities.
Where Are Murder Rates Actually Higher? Not in progressive cities https://t.co/FmLERtLifZ— Alex Soros (@AlexanderSoros) November 26, 2023
Twitter account, The Rabbit Hole, was the first to point out the magnitude of Alex Soros being fact-checked with Community Notes for the first time on X:
“First Picture: Soros getting hit by Community Notes for misrepresenting the reality of crime in America.”
“Second Picture: Soros getting ratio’d by a random bunny account under the same post.”
“Never deleting this app”
First Picture: Soros getting hit by Community Notes for misrepresenting the reality of crime in America.— The Rabbit Hole (@TheRabbitHole84) November 28, 2023
Second Picture: Soros getting ratio’d by a random bunny account under the same post.
Never deleting this app. pic.twitter.com/h7A6Np8wsq
The X community notes listed the five cities with the highest murder rates & their mayors are:
St. Louis, MO – Tishaura Jones (Democrat)
Baltimore, MD – Brandon Scott (Democrat)
New Orleans, LA – LaToya Cantrell (Democrat)
Detroit, MI – Mike Duggan (Democrat
Cleveland, OH – Justin Bibb (Democrat)
It’s no secret that Soros has a monopoly on the Fact Checking industry, which makes the recent community notes against his son quiet significant.
As Matt Palumbo notes in his book, The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros, the leftwing billionaire also funds major US fact-checkers like PolitiFact, which is backed by the Tides Foundation and Tides Center to its parent company Poynter.
George Soros handed over the $25 billion empire to his younger son, Alex, earlier this year.
The younger Soros vowed to take things up a notch and pursue even more ultra-liberal causes.
The 37-year-old heir said he would broaden his father’s woke interests to include issues like “gender equality,” abortion rights, and voting.
Soros’ son said he will also throw himself into the nation’s political affairs ahead of the 2024 election.
“I’m more political,” Alex told the Wall Street Journal when comparing himself to his father.
The Soros non-profit Open Society Foundation currently directs about $1.5 billion a year to liberal causes worldwide.
Alex Soros’ profile on the Open Society website states he is also “the founding chair of Bend the Arc Jewish Action, and sits on the boards of Bard College, the Center for Jewish History, Central European University, the European Council on Foreign Relations, and International Crisis Group.”
He also told the Wall Street Journal he worried about the possibility of Donald Trump winning the 2024 presidential election.
“As much as I would love to get money out of politics, as long as the other side is doing it, we will have to do it, too,” he said.