Soros-Backed Media Spread “Fake News” About Trump’s Impeachment

There have been credible reports indicating that media outlets that are backed by George Soros, have been intentionally spreading disinformation in order to advance their own impeachment narratives.

These reports said that the Soros-backed Center for Public Integrity is stirring allegations that President Trump ordered a freeze on Ukraine military aid on the day of his phone call with the Ukrainian president.

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The Soros-backed narrative was designed to support Democrat claims of a “quid pro quo” related to Joe and Hunter Biden’s corruption in Ukraine.

The reports of bias and “fake news” came just after Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer called for new information to be released to allow for a “fair and honest trial” in the Senate. This week, Schumer referenced recently released emails that he said shed more light onto the alleged “quid pro quo” between the Trump administration and Ukraine.

One email in particular, which was sent 91 minutes after the July 25th phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky, was written by senior OMB political appointee Michael Duffey. The email appeared to instruct Defense Department officials to withhold aid to Ukraine and keep the administration’s request confidential.

“This email is explosive,” stated Schumer. “A top administration official, one that we requested, is saying ‘stop the aid’ 91 minutes after Trump called Zelensky and said ‘keep it hush hush.’”

However, the Office of Management and Budget has refuted those claims. The OMB released a real timeline of events, which showed military aid had been frozen days before the July phone call and released weeks after – not immediately after the infamous call, as the email seemed to imply, and the left-wing media has been presenting.