Soros Operatives Are Behind A Plot To Ban Trump From Running

( )- Courier Newsroom, a network of Democrat propaganda sites that masquerade as legitimate news websites, is leading a petition campaign aimed at pressuring Facebook and Twitter to keep former President Donald Trump banned from their platforms, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

In a blog post last week, Meta’s president of global affairs Nick Clegg announced that Facebook was lifting its suspension of Donald Trump and would permit the former president to return to Facebook and Instagram in the coming weeks.

The previous week, NBC News reported that the Trump campaign had asked Facebook’s parent company Meta to reinstate his Instagram and Facebook accounts which were both banned shortly after the January 6 riot at the Capitol.

While Twitter reinstated Trump’s account in November, as yet, the former president has not returned to the platform.

But with Meta’s decision to allow Trump back on Facebook and Instagram, the Courier Newsroom last week organized a petition to pressure Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Elon Musk to keep Trump off their platforms.

In its petition, Courier Newsroom argued that Trump can’t be permitted to return to Facebook and Twitter to “spread more hateful, inaccurate information.”

The petition was circulated in an email to Courier supporters by Blue Amp Action, a Democrat consulting firm that has worked with multiple Democrat campaigns, including Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.

Courier Newsroom is the brainchild of the digital media company ACRONYM which is funded in large part by billionaire progressive Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple founder Steve Jobs.

In October 2021, billionaire Leftist George Soros and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman formed Good Information, Inc which acquired Courier Newsroom. Through his Open Society Foundations, Soros gave Courier Newsroom $1.2 million in 2021.

Other Soros-funded groups involved in the pressure campaign to keep Trump off of Facebook are Media Matters and