Robert Francis Receives $2 million from Soros Tied Donors.
Many people are familiar now that Robert Francis O’Rourke received a hefty donation from the DNC daddy Warbucks Soros. Only, the real donation that we should have our eyes on, is the $2 million O’Rourke received from Tench and Simone Coxe. Former RNC RINO donors (think Romney and McCarthy), the Coxe’s have set their eyes on the Texas Governors race. In 2021, the Coxe’s moved from Palo Alto, California to Austin, Texas in the mass exodus many made presumably due to the draconian lockdowns and crime in California.
Alarms started to sound upon finding Simone Coxe’s work history at Internews for over 16 years. If you are not familiar with Internews, the employees are people who you may not want involved with donating large sums of money to politicians. According to Wikispooks:
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Internews is U.S. intelligence-linked organization created to promote “press freedom” and “train journalists”. Since its start in 1982, the same year the CIA decided to do its funding through open cutouts, it has worked in more than 70 countries and trained more than 80,000 people in media skills. s a U.S. intelligence-linked organization created to promote “press freedom” and “train journalists”. Since its start in 1982, the same year the CIA decided to do its funding through open cutouts, it has worked in more than 70 countries and trained more than 80,000 people in media skills.
The purpose is to create and fund dependent journalists who report on the right things from the right angle. In 2021, Internews and local media partners it supports around the world "are communicating life-saving health information to communities hard-hit by COVID-19" stressing "the vital role local journalists play in vaccine uptake"
In Tanzania, after the suspicious death of COVID-19 Sceptic president John Magufuli and the swearing-in of the new president, Samia Suluhu Hassan, Internews paid journalists to put pressure on the government to change the line.
Its Internews Earth Journalism Network works to reinforce the Climate change agenda. It has close to 12,000 members from 180 countries, and pays for "workshops and training materials, develops innovative environmental news sites, offers fellowships and reporting grants, builds networks of environmental journalists, and supports local news production" Utilizing the list, brands can actively support "reputable local news".
Ads for News is an Internews-led initiative in cooperation with the World Economic Forum, is "a response to the financial decline and instability of independent media around the world", It has created an "inclusion list" of intelligence-approved small "independent" media outlets where corporations are encouraged to place their advertising spending. The list is also an attempt to "exclude content unsuitable for brands, such as disinformation", ie starve genuinely independent media of funding.
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