The New York Times pushing Soros man to head human rights office

In an editorial today, the New York Times is touting Tom Malinowski, Washington advocacy director for the George Soros funded Human Rights Watch, to become the administration's global human rights chief.  And they are advising President Obama to waive lobbyist rules to do so.

Human Rights Watch has a history of obsessively focusing on Israel and its supposed misdeeds. The highly regarded NGO monitor released a report last year outlining this anti-Israel history
.Undoubtedly, the Times must have relied on this report when it decided to advocate his appointment. Can one imagine the irreparable harm of America's human rights chief attacking Israel?

George Soros is a strong supporter and donor to the Human Rights Watch. The financier was one of the first supporters of Barack Obama and he gave generously to his candidacy-even exceeding federal campaign limits by utilizing a loophole in the federal campaign laws to do so. He tapped his friends as well, to give to Obama. He also mobilized his empire of so-called 527 groups (of which he is the biggest funder in America) to promote his Presidential campaign.

His investment has paid off already as our President has taken steps to help hedge fund operators, such as Soros, benefit from the financial problems in America. The Center for American Progress - a huge beneficiary of Soros's money - has filled the administration with its staffers, policy makers, and decision-makers.

Human Rights Watch has repeatedly criticized America for our human rights failings.  supported the rights of terrorists and terror suspects , and has been criticized for its anti-American bias.

Now Soros's Human Rights Watch investment may be on the verge of paying off... as have his other investments in Barack Obama.
In an editorial today, the New York Times is touting Tom Malinowski, Washington advocacy director for the George Soros funded Human Rights Watch, to become the administration's global human rights chief.  And they are advising President Obama to waive lobbyist rules to do so.

Human Rights Watch has a history of obsessively focusing on Israel and its supposed misdeeds. The highly regarded NGO monitor released a report last year outlining this anti-Israel history
.Undoubtedly, the Times must have relied on this report when it decided to advocate his appointment. Can one imagine the irreparable harm of America's human rights chief attacking Israel?

George Soros is a strong supporter and donor to the Human Rights Watch. The financier was one of the first supporters of Barack Obama and he gave generously to his candidacy-even exceeding federal campaign limits by utilizing a loophole in the federal campaign laws to do so. He tapped his friends as well, to give to Obama. He also mobilized his empire of so-called 527 groups (of which he is the biggest funder in America) to promote his Presidential campaign.

His investment has paid off already as our President has taken steps to help hedge fund operators, such as Soros, benefit from the financial problems in America. The Center for American Progress - a huge beneficiary of Soros's money - has filled the administration with its staffers, policy makers, and decision-makers.

Human Rights Watch has repeatedly criticized America for our human rights failings.  supported the rights of terrorists and terror suspects , and has been criticized for its anti-American bias.

Now Soros's Human Rights Watch investment may be on the verge of paying off... as have his other investments in Barack Obama.