Hacked Soros documents mysteriously disappear from the site that published them

The hack of documents from George Soros’s Open Society Institute nonprofits have revealed how powerful George Soros really is.   Powerful enough to call the shots on US policy toward a sovereign nation.  Powerful enough that a virtual news blackout made certain that only readers of conservative media would find out about the puppet master’s machinations. 

And now the fate of the documents hacked reveals genuine clout: Peter Hasson of the Daily Caller reports:

DCLeaks, a website that releases information on powerful political figures, has had part of its website taken offline after releasing a cache of documents on billionaire donor George Soros. The @DCLeaks Twitter account has also been suspended from Twitter for reasons unknown.

The website had previously released 2,500 internal Open Society Foundation (OSF) documents in order to “shed light on one of the most influential networks operating worldwide.” OSF is one of Soros’ networks of organizations.

The leaked documents had resulted in several damaging reports about the organization. OSF had previously confirmed that the documents were legitimate.

Before the website went offline, an OSF spokesperson had called the leaks “a symptom of an aggressive assault on civil society and human rights activists that is taking place globally” in a statement released to The Daily Caller.

I appears that this was not a hack, but rather the website voluntarily taking down the documents. Which means that some sort of pressure was exerted, in all likelihood. Lawsuits? The threat of some other sort of retaliation?

Who knows?

What we do know is that Soros got his way where others have failed to do so.