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Fox Business presenter beats Louie Gohmert for discussing George Soros-Nazi's conspiracy theory



F Ox Business Network host Stuart Varney on Thursday condemned Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, for suggesting on his show that Democrat mega-dean George Soros was a Nazi collaborator.

"For the past hour, one of our guests, Congresswoman Louie Gohmert, for some reason tried to bring up George Soros and made unproven and false allegations against him. I'd like to make it clear that these views are not shared by me, this program, or Fox Business, "Varney said on-air.

Gohmert spoke next week about the upcoming statement by Google boss Sundar Pichai before the House Judiciary Committee. The Texan Republican turned to Soros.

"Google was born in a free country, then they go over it and oppress others, helping to quell in another country," said Gohmert. "George Soros is supposed to be Jewish, but you would not have known it from the damage he inflicted on Israel and the fact that he turned against Jewish citizens and helped to take ownership of what they owned. That's the same thing, Google is coming from a free country and helping to quell. "

Soros, who was one of the democrats' targets for a pipe bomb in October, was born into a Jewish family in Hungary in 1

930. He and his family survived the Nazi occupation by "obtaining false identity papers, hiding their origins, and helping others do the same," according to its Open Society Foundation.

Snopes, a fact-checking website, speculated that Soros was a member of the Schutzstaffel, the so-called Nazi Party stormtroopers, or a Nazi collaborator who had supported efforts to take property from the Jews. Snopes thought the claim was wrong.

[ Read also: George Soros University is forced to move from Hungary to Vienna]

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