The official news agency in the United Nations is trying to cover their tracks after tweeting to promote a Soros-funded organization recruiting American citizens abroad to register to vote to help stop Donald Trump.
The United Nations News Centre published a tweet Thursday evening at 9:14 p.m. eastern time, sharing a voter registration website of the Soros-backed activist organization Avaaz that states, “U.S. Citizens abroad could defeat Trump if they voted.”
Within 20 minutes the tweet was deleted from the UN News Centre’s Twitter account, and an official from the news agency tried to say it was a mistake.
“That tweet did not originate from the UN News Centre and this was the reason for it being taken down,” Ari Gaitanis told POLITICO. “We’re looking into its provenance.”
They put out another tweet, saying the “errant tweet” had been deleted.
An errant tweet has been deleted from this account. The cause is being investigated. Our official site for UN news: https://t.co/7F5x0BC4s5
— UN News Centre (@UN_News_Centre) September 30, 2016
One person responded, “No you people put it out there just long enough for it to be seen purposely.”
Much to their likely dismay, someone posted a screenshot of the tweet, proving it did indeed come from the Un News Centre:
— Matt Hocker (@mhocker) September 30, 2016
Breitbart issued a report on Avaaz last week, revealing that it is a registered U.S. charity and “one of the world’s largest and most powerful activist groups linked to globalist billionaire George Soros.”
With Soros’ financial help, the group is plotting what they call an “October surprise that will end Trump.” They are on a mission to register more than 8 million “global citizens” and “progressive Americans” living abroad to vote against Trump, especially those who are from critical swing states.
This is what the United Nations News Centre was promoting in their tweet:
The 8 million Americans abroad almost never vote. This dead easy tool can fix that but only if we make it famous: https://t.co/z4l7lekdub
— Avaaz (@Avaaz) September 13, 2016
One of their tactics to recruit more voters is a “campaign bus” driving around London, filled with people waving American flags a chanting “Don’t vote for Trump!” from the open-top bus, while blasting Bruce Springsteen’s music, “Born in the USA.”
Meridith Alexander, the campaign director for Avaaz, claims they have enlisted over 30 million people around the world to share a “new super-easy tool” that would allow American citizens to register to vote, and said, “Avaaz has created the world’s first global, citizen’s get-out-the-vote drive.”
Claiming that Trump is a “global threat,” Alexander said, “Whether it’s banning Muslims or building walls, the man sows division wherever he goes, and that’s part of the reason Avaaz wanted to make sure everyone, everywhere can help stop Trump.”
Courtesy of globalist billionaire George Soros, here is their “Stop Trump” bus in London, where they’re telling people to vote for Hillary:
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