Soros Buys Bankrupt Vice Media For Pennies, Adds Another Propaganda Outlet

Yet another liberal media outlet has bitten the dust! Vice Media, flooded with leftist propaganda and fake news, has filed for bankruptcy and is set to be sold to Soros Fund Management (SFM) and other investors for a mere $225 million. This is a far cry from its once high evaluation of $5.7 billion. SFM, run by leftist billionaire George Soros, is the principal asset manager for the Open Society Foundations, and the majority stakeholder in the purchase of Vice Media. Soros is known for his extreme political views and influence on the Democrat Party, and now he is increasing his control of the left-leaning media.

Years of financial difficulties and turnover in its leadership has ultimately led the company to bankruptcy. Fortunately for them, SFM and a couple of financial firms have come to Vice Media’s rescue, for now. The deal is still subject to higher offers, but as of now, Vice Media will remain afloat regardless of its copious amounts of fake news stories.

Despite being a dying company, Vice Media owns several propaganda publications such as Vice News, Vice TV, Refinery29, and Motherboard. But it seems that Vice Media’s international holdings will not be impacted by the company’s bankruptcy filing. Only time will tell if they too shall follow in their American counterpart’s footsteps and go bankrupt as well.

This bankruptcy filing marks a critical time for Vice Media, as it struggles to keep its inauthentic journalism and leftist narrative in the news cycle. However, with help from Soros and other liberal investors, it seems they are poised to continue their agenda-pushing content for the foreseeable future. It’s crucial that real Americans recognize and reject liberal media bias, and never support fake news outlets like Vice Media.

Source: The Daily Caller

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