George Soros Group Building “Comprehensive Database” on Journalists Covering Trump

Media Matters, the non-profit progressive-minded organization founded by David Brock and funded by George Soros to analyze stories in the news from a far-left perspective, is building a database on journalists who cover President Donald Trump and his White House administration.

Matthew Gertz, a senior fellow with the George Soros-funded Media Matters, sent out a series of tweets asking for help identifying journalists at the White House, in order to help build a database of those covering President Trump. And in a series of strange tweets, the group sent out a call for information about the journalists.

“[Media Matters] is going to try to maintan a comprehensive database of who gets to ask questions at press briefings,” senior fellow Matthew Gertz tweeted. “We need your help to ID some!”

He then tweeted a series of images of reporters posing questions during White House conferences, with the heads of the journalists circled in red ink.

Gertz tweeted out seven photos in all.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer has switched up the pecking order in the first few briefings, opting to give outlets such as The New York Post and Christian Broadcasting Network an opportunity to ask questions, in addition to the more traditionally favored networks and wires.


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