The IRS Is Letting George Soros-Led Group Out Of Paying Taxes Despite Targeting Republicans

( A Soros-backed group is now accused of attempting to pay an attorney to promote “false news” against former President Donald Trump and “Trump Republicans.” The IRS, which has a history of targeting conservatives, awarded tax-exempt status to the group in April.

Preston Moore, an attorney and legal analyst claimed in a video he posted over the weekend that the “Good Information Foundation” had paid him $400 to create a film criticizing Donald Trump and “Trump Republicans,” but he had turned it down. In order to reach the largest audience possible, the foundation allegedly requested that Moore make the video about January 6 and broadcast it on his social media sites.

Moore stated that he did not support Trump and had at first pondered accepting until the group started avoiding inquiries about the integrity of its campaign. Moore includes email screenshots from the Good Information Foundation with what appear to be “critical notes” in his movie.

These notes read:

Not “attempted coup,” “treason,” or “insurrection,” but rather “criminal conspiracy.” Instead of “Trump and his allies,” say “Trump Republicans.” Instead of “hearing” or “trial,” say “January 6th investigation.” Call it an “attack on our country,” an “attack on America,” or an “attack on Americans.” Mention “MAGA Republicans” and similar terms. Make it evident that this is a current issue with no resolution and that it is not over. Demonstrate voter agency by converting rage into disobedience.

Moore said that It became pretty evident that they wanted him to utilize the most gruesome photos imaginable.”]

“They wanted me to use fear to manipulate people into voting blue, or into voting not Trump.”
Moore said it also became evident that this was about disseminating information to impact the midterm elections when they gave him samples of what they wanted him to say, such as “don’t say ‘Trump and his allies,’ use ‘Trump Republicans.

On its website, Good Information Inc. describes itself as a “public benefit corporation committed to restoring social trust and strengthening democracy by investing in solutions that counter misinformation and increase the flow of good information online.” This nonprofit organization is described as the 501 (c)(3) Good Information Foundation. According to Axios in October 2021, Good Information Inc., a company supported by billionaires Reid Hoffman, George Soros, and others, was founded in 2021 to sponsor media firms and “efforts to confront disinformation.”

The Good Information Foundation was established in 2021 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization to address the nation’s rising information crisis, threatening social trust, public health, and our democracy.

According to the organization’s website, “good information is the lifeblood of democracy,” and it aspires to “boost the flow of good, truthful information online to oppose and fight the spread of misinformation and disinformation.”

According to the IRS, such activity violates the organization’s tax-exempt status and could lead to its removal from the tax code.