To encourage progressive criminal justice reform, far-left billionaire and megadonor George Soros is reportedly willing to pay liberal journalists anywhere from $63,000 to $85,000 to promote his radical talking points.
Through his foundation, the Open Society Foundations, Soros is providing media fellowships, often known as “Soros Justice Fellowships” (OSF).
The prospective fellows are required to submit projects that support Soros’ initiatives to lower jail rates and sentence standards.
Fellowships in the media typically last a year, with the assumption that fellows will devote their entire time to the initiatives.
For one fellowship, up to three persons may apply collectively. The fellowships are open to anyone outside of the media.
According to scholarship information given to institutions, OSF offers three unique fellowship funding categories — advocacy, media, and youth activism — that may pay up to six figures.
Many other occupations, including those of attorneys, activists, community organizers, artists, and filmmakers, fit under these categories.