Soros, Rockefeller Org, Biden Admin Fund ‘Opposition Media’ Org Launch in Hungary: Reports

The Open Society Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, and Biden administration are funding an “opposition media” organisation setting up an office in Hungary, reports have claimed.

Internews, an organisation that aims to support “independent media” in various countries, is said to be setting up a branch in Hungary using funding granted to it by the Biden administration.

With the group also receiving funding from Geroge Soros’s Open Society Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and a variety of Silicon Valley tech giants, the reported plan for the new Internews office comes amid increasing tensions between Budapest and Washington D.C.

According to Hungarian outlet PestiSrácok, the “opposition media” organisation is setting up an office in Budapest with the support of the U.S. government.

Such a claim appears to be backed up by a number of job postings on Internews websites, which say that the group is now hiring “for a U.S. government-funded project” that is to be based out of the Hungarian capital.