The news of George Soros allegedly suffering a heart attack spread rapidly, causing the information to go viral. However, Soros swiftly dismissed the claim in a concise post that gained over 2.1 million views within hours.
Rumors that I had a heart attack are completely false. I am alive and healthy.— George Soros (@georgesoros) May 15, 2023
At the age of 92, Soros is recognized for his strategic financial support of liberal prosecutors, state leaders, national legislatures, and federal programs that promote Green and Woke initiatives. Conservatives criticize Soros for actively seeking to disrupt the American economy and culture.
Soros has faced extensive vilification, and he has been dubbed by some as “The world’s most sinister villain and biggest threat to humanity.”
Over the weekend, news of Soros’ demise was disseminated by at least one prominent media outlet and various social media platforms. However, these reports turned out to be false.
The world should dance with joy. An pure evil man is gone. The question is, is this really true. I'm praying it is.— genuke1?? (@genuke1) May 15, 2023
George Soros dead https://t.co/oFgBvPPew2
According to the Western Journal, an entirely baseless rumor started circulating on Twitter. The Daily Mail highlighted a tweet from an individual with only three followers and connections to Politics For All Ireland, claiming that Soros had suffered a heart attack and passed away.
The World Bulletin, an independent news outlet referring to itself as “the Western press,” published the unverified report, causing the story to rapidly spread worldwide.
In response to these rumors, Soros took to Twitter on Monday morning to clarify the situation: “Rumors that I had a heart attack are completely false. I am alive and healthy.”
Despite the falseness of the story, the Daily Mail, under the assumption that it was true, mentioned Soros’ use of his wealth to shape America in alignment with his liberal vision by supporting campaigns for woke district attorneys across the nation.
The Western Journal observed that the majority of responses to Soros’ tweet expressed some form of disappointment that he was still alive.
One of the most evil men in the world…..— Concerned Citizen (@cotupacs) May 15, 2023
Allegedly dead. https://t.co/zrOLeOh6qv
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The World Bulletin highlighted the controversies surrounding Soros, particularly regarding his political beliefs. While some view him as a global elitist, others admire his use of financial resources to promote open society ideals. The article also acknowledged Soros’ significant influence in US domestic politics and his financial support for various political campaigns.
In 2021, Haaretz News documented the range of phrases that have been associated with Soros. These include derogatory labels such as “Nazi collaborator,” “the world’s biggest drug dealer,” “a traitor to the United States,” “one of the most evil people in the world,” and “Satan’s seed.”