Disinfo: Whistleblower who triggered the impeachment inquiry linked to George Soros


The impeachment process is the latest scenario in the fight to death between Donald Trump and globalist megaspeculator George Soros, who has been linked to the identity of the anonymous whistleblower of Ukrainegate, the plot that replaces the fake Russiagate. Soros aims to behead Trump, who has angered the Deep State, by promoting  impeachment and preventing his reelection with a clear geopolitical goal: stopping the rapprochement between the US and Russia.


Conspiracy theory. No proof is provided to support the claims.

Though billionaire investor George Soros has been vocal in his opposition to Donald Trump, there is zero evidence of any link between him and the anonymous whistle-blower whose denunciation unleashed the impeachment inquiry. The investigation started because of concerns from senior US diplomats that President Trump was abusing his power to pressurise a foreign government to investigate a political rival, not by a Soros-led Deep State attempt to prevent a rapprochement between the US and Russia.

This story mixes two recurrent Russian disinformation narratives, the first about an alleged Deep State that controls US politics above elected representatives, and a second portraying George Soros as the driving force behind almost every problem, unrest or controversial issue in the world.

You can see many other examples of disinformation about George Soros in our database, such as his alleged promotion of protests in Mexico, Catalonia, RomaniaRussiaArmenia or Czech Republic (among many other places), his destabilising manoeuvres all over the world, his sponsorship of the film “Joker” as a tutorial for future ‘colour revolutions’, his attempts to destabilise Europe (mainly through the promotion of massive immigration) or his adoption of the term “conspiracy theory” to discredit those who speak the truth.


  • Reported in: Issue 174
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 22/11/2019
  • Language/target audience: Spanish, Castilian
  • Country: US
  • Keywords: Donald Trump, George Soros


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