The New York Times has been supporting Soros in his current war against Facebook, who have resorted to hiring GOP consultants for public relations. Breitbart reports:
According to a Wednesday report from the New York Times, Facebook hired an opposition research company led by Romney 2012 and Jeb Bush alumni to link activists opposing the Silicon Valley giant to socialist billionaire George Soros.
“Facebook employed a Republican opposition-research firm to discredit activist protesters, in part by linking them to the liberal financier George Soros,” the New York Times reported. “It also tapped its business relationships, lobbying a Jewish civil rights group to cast some criticism of the company as anti-Semitic.”
The opposition research company, Definers Public Affairs, is led by former Romney-Ryan 2012 campaign manager Matt Rhoades, while its Silicon Valley leader was reportedly former Jeb Bush spokesman Tim Miller, and the company was also allegedly used against other critics of Facebook, including conservative commentators Diamond and Silk.
According to the Times, Facebook “used Definers to take on bigger opponents, such as Mr. Soros,” and a “research document circulated by Definers to reporters this summer, just a month after the House hearing, cast Mr. Soros as the unacknowledged force behind what appeared to be a broad anti-Facebook movement.”
This fight within the Left will only give conservatives more opportunities to push for their agenda.