A photo of a young Nazi soldier has been misidentified as George Soros — George Soros wasn't a Nazi.
Facebook has not hired George Soros to moderate elections. Facebook announced a partnership with the Atlantic Council, which has received marginal support from a Soros-linked non-profit.
Contrary to rumors, Vladimir Putin has not put a bounty on George Soros' head, seeking the billionaire philanthropist "dead or alive."
A website known for publishing fabricated reports is behind bogus claims that George Soros suffered a massive heart attack in Hungary on Christmas Eve.
A commentary that was allegedly written by Steve Kroft of “60 Minutes” describes why George Soros “is one evil human.”
Vladimir Putin didn't say George Soros is driving America toward civil war, that came from a website with a history of false reports about the two men.
In January 2019, a Facebook user shared the following image, purportedly showing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi alongside George Soros’s son: The title and text surrounding the image, which is apparently a screenshot of an October 2018 blog post, claimed in usual agitprop style that the photograph is evidence that the Democratic Party is secretly conspiring […]
There's no proof that George Soros or pro-Clinton groups organized protests and enlisted professional protestors after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
Abdul El-Sayed and George Soros are not linked — but El-Sayed earned a medical degree on fellowship offered by George Soros' brother, Paul.