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The Soros Foul Play

October 16, 2009


After NFL commissioner Roger Goodell raised doubt about whether Rush Limbaugh should be permitted to become a partial owner of the St. Louis Rams, Rush was dropped from the consortium seeking to purchase the Rams:

“I’ve said many times before we’re all held to a high standard here, and I think divisive comments are not what the NFL is all about,” Goodell said at a league owners meeting. “I would not want to see those comments coming from people who are in a responsible position in the NFL, absolutely not.”

Meanwhile, it turns out that the radical leftist George Soros, the mult-billionaire financier of the Shadow Demcratic Party, has caused no similar objections in his reported bid to become an NFL team owner.  Yet, as discussed last night on Sean Hannity’s America, Soros admitted to being a Nazi collaborator in his youth and, as an adult, does not look back with any guilt about what he did. 

From a December 20, 1998 “60 Minutes” interview Soros did with CBS News’ Steve Kroft:

KROFT: My understanding is that you went out with this protector of yours who swore that you were his adopted godson.

Mr. SOROS: Yes. Yes.

KROFT: Went out, in fact, and helped in the confiscation of property from the Jews.

Mr. SOROS: Yes. That’s right. Yes.

KROFT: I mean, that’s–that sounds like an experience that would send lots of people to the psychiatric couch for many, many years. Was it difficult?

Mr. SOROS: Not–not at all. Not at all. Maybe as a child you don’t–you don’t see the connection. But it was–it created no–no problem at all.

KROFT: No feeling of guilt?

Mr. SOROS: No.

Soros’ crimes have turned from Nazi collaboration as a youth to the financial world as an adult. He is a felon, having being convicted of insider trading in France in 2002.

Soros’ left-wing views are far more extreme than anything that Rush Limbaugh has espoused on the right.  But that is not the issue.  Neither Soros nor Limbaugh should be denied the economic opportunity to use their money to purchase an NFL team or to use their money for any other lawful purpose. However, Soros is apparently being given a free pass  by the NFL owners’ cartel regarding his Nazi collaborationist past for which he still feels no guilt, as well as for his felony conviction. Rush, on the other hand, has been blackballed for nothing more than what he said on the radio – and even for things he never said but for which he was falsely accused.

It is time to investigate the NFL cartel and remove its antitrust  exemption under The Sports Broadcasting Act, which has allowed the NFL to continue to negotiate collectively for TV rights.  They have abused their exemption in blackballing an American-born citizen for simply expressing his controversial views on the air.

  1. redbeard permalink
    October 16, 2009 11:52 am

    The issue of George Soros’ anti-semitic behavior would have teeth if there were very many Jews playing in the NFL. Which proves that this isn’t so much about racism as it’s about a conservative with opinions. After all, a scumbag like Micheal Vick is allowed to come back and play – make your own inferences.

    Let’s adopt affirmative action within the NFL and see what happens: NFL teams will be forced to adopt racially-based quotas to come up with their rosters. Quotas will be based on the approximate proportion of each ethnic group based on total US population. Nowadays, we’re seeing affirmative action programs applied to more than just public agencies – ‘fair is fair’.

    • MIKE CHILDERS permalink
      November 16, 2009 1:48 pm


  2. Jack Hampton permalink
    October 16, 2009 12:03 pm

    I would have to object to Soros even being in this country if he was a Nazis colaborator. No I do not believe that you will hear howls of dispair from Sanchez or the deispicable Media Blathers.

  3. Julie Trevor permalink
    October 16, 2009 3:16 pm

    The last paragraph of the post (It is time to investigate the NFL …) says it all. It was a very dark day for the NFL…I hope they get their come-upence (?sp).

    Too bad Condi Rice wasn’t commissioner.

  4. Jack Hampton permalink
    October 17, 2009 6:01 am

    At this point it is to bad that JC Calhoun is not the Comish. He had integrity.

  5. Brad Lytle permalink
    October 17, 2009 7:06 am

    I’ll vote on the NFL with my pocketbook.

    And, shouldn’t their be a salary czar for these sports teams. And, redistribution of wealth? Why should some make so much more than others?

    • Alheimstead permalink
      October 19, 2009 2:09 am

      “”And, shouldn’t their be a salary czar for these sports teams. And, redistribution of wealth? Why should some make so much more than others?”””
      Wow! Good one Brad. Next stop after the NFL —- hollywierd. Woops, I mean hollywood. That’s where the big $$$$ is. HaHa!! Michael Moore’s door first!!!

  6. October 18, 2009 3:30 pm

    If one of the most dispicable people on the planet, George Soros is being considered for an NFL buy in light of his beyond the pale progressive views and his evil past history over Rush Limbaugh, who is America’s truth detector and protector of the US Constituion here is what should happen.

    Given the makeup of the NFL consortium, which must be left and lefter, all decent hard working red white and blue patriotic Americans should sacrifice by boycotting the NFL at the stadium and on TV. What has happened to Rush, where Soros gets a pass even goes beyond the boundary of beyond the pale.

    Hey NFL fans, most of which are Rush fans . . . STAND UP FOR RUSH on this issue. What is happening here is a spit in the face of what we stand for as a nation. Hey, in the words of Marie Antoinette . . . let these NFL elitists eat caucau.

    • Alheimstead permalink
      October 19, 2009 2:13 am

      Yes, I agree. George Soros should be in prison. Why is he not? Did he get his start in life with all the valuables he stole from the Jews?


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