Soros-Funded ‘Propaganda’ News Network Has Front Door Access To Biden White House

George Soros, chairman, Soros Fund Management, speaks during a forum "Charting A New Growth Path for the Euro Zone" at the IMF/World Bank annual meetings in Washington, Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011. (AP Photo Manuel Balce Ceneta)

A longtime Democratic political operative behind a network of left-leaning media organizations masquerading as “independent” local news outlets has maintained access to the upper echelons of President Biden’s White House.

Tara McGowan, the founder and publisher of Courier Newsroom, has visited the Biden White House nearly 20 times, a Fox News Digital review found.

McGowan, CEO and founder of Courier Newsroom’s parent, Good Information Inc., participated in several one-on-one meetings with top White House aides. For example, McGowan met with Jordan Finkelstein, who was serving as a chief of staff to one of President Biden’s senior advisers, at least six times between October 2022 and October 2023.

According to a search of its grant database, the Fund for Policy Reform, one of the nonprofits in the Soros network, provided Courier Newsroom with three grants totaling $5 million in 2021 and 2022 to “support its non-partisan journalism, which aims to further the common good and general welfare of U.S. communities by providing access to information.”

Open Society Foundations stood by their past financial support of Courier Newsroom, calling it “values-driven journalism.”

“Open Society is proud to be among several funders who support Courier Newsroom, which is responding to the disappearance of so many trusted local news organizations across the United States to provide quality, local, values-driven journalism and to meet readers where they are — online,” an Open Society Foundations spokesperson told Fox News Digital.

One of the grants was earmarked for supporting “journalism on democracy and voting rights issues,” according to the database.

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