Conspiracy Theories About Soros Aren’t Just False. They’re Anti-Semitic.

Blaming Jewish outsiders for dissent and social unrest isn’t new

Washington Post
Oct 24, 2018 · 7 min read
An explosive device was found in George Soros’s mailbox in Bedford, N.Y., on Monday. He’s long been the focus of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. Photo: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

By Talia Levin

On Monday, a pipe bomb was sent to the home of George Soros, the liberal billionaire philanthropist whose name has become a part of conspiracy theories around the world. Investigators have…

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