A non-profit organization funded by far-left billionaire globalist George Soros is offering money to create posts containing inflammatory and false claims regarding Trump’s association with the Jan. 6 riot, an attorney popular on the TikTok social media app claims.
According to lawyer Preston Moore, who has over 92 thousand followers on the app, the Good Information Foundation reached out to him and offered $400 if he’d upload a post using key words and phrases blaming “Trump Republicans” for the alleged “criminal conspiracy.”
“I was just offered $400 to make an anti-Donald Trump propaganda post related to the Jan. 6th investigation that is completely not true,” Moore admitted in a TikTok video posted Saturday.
“I should start out this video by saying I am not a Donald Trump supporter so that should give a little bit of context to where I’m coming from.”
The TikTok lawyer goes on to show screenshots of messages he received from a Good Information Foundation rep who attempted to solicit his post, telling him to refer to a creative brief for talking points he should use in his video which he’d also be required to cross-share to Instagram.
A few “important notes” for his video included using specific language like calling it a “criminal conspiracy,” instead of an “attempted coup,” “treason,” or an “insurrection.”
“Say ‘Trump Republicans’ not ‘Trump and his allies,’” instructed an additional note, with another telling him to “Talk about ‘MAGA Republicans’ etc.”
“Call this an ‘attack on our country’ or an attack on ‘America’ or on ‘Americans’ and a ‘criminal conspiracy,’ ‘committed crime,’” stated another suggestion.
The notes also told Moore to “Make clear this is ongoing and unresolved, not past and done,” with the post’s ultimate goal being to encourage voters to vote against Trump at the polls.
Moore particularly took issue with a section of the instructional that wanted him to talk about “the broad involvement of Trump,” with one example being to falsely tell his followers, “The Trump campaign paid literally millions of dollars to make Jan. 6th happen.”
In an email to the Good Foundation Rep, Moore questioned, “What is the basis for the claim that the Trump campaign itself paid millions of dollars to make the January 6 seat at the Capitol happen?”
The rep ignored Moore’s question and responded he could omit the message from his video post if he’d like.
“Sure I am just wondering if there is support for that claim,” Moore followed up, however the rep again ignored the request for evidence and simply replied, “Let me know if you are interested and the rate works for you.”
The lawyer went on to note the Good Info Foundation’s website ironically states “good information is the lifeblood of a democracy.”
“They further cry that we are in an information crisis. You know the crazy thing about all of that? They’re right,” Moore concluded.
According to its website, the Good Information Foundation “is the non-profit arm of Good Information Inc,” whose key investors include billionaire Reid Hoffman and notorious anti-Trump globalist George Soros.
The group is headed by Democrat strategist Tara McGowan, as explained by the National Review:
The CEO and founder of Good Information Inc… is former Democratic strategist Tara McGowan. McGowan previously ran ACRONYM, a progressive non-profit that invested in for-profit companies building media and technology solutions for progressive causes. ACRONYM ran a $100 million digital campaign to defeat former president Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
A New Yorker article from 2020 explained McGowan’s Democrat roots: “In 2012, McGowan worked for Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, producing digital content; in 2016, she was the digital director of Priorities U.S.A., a super PAC affiliated with Hillary Clinton.”
It would appear the Democrats and their wealthy benefactors are still up to their old dirty tricks attempting to propagandize, indoctrinate and manipulate voters.
See Moore’s full TikTok video below: