Fiona Hill, a former top Russia analyst for the White House, said during her testimony on Thursday that conspiracy theories linked to billionaire philanthropist George Soros were anti-Semitic, likening them to “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”
The comments came after Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.) questioned her about conspiracy theories about Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a fellow impeachment inquiry witness who is of Ukrainian Jewish descent. The conspiracy theories have been promoted by Infowars’s Alex Jones and longtime Trump adviser Roger Stone, who was convicted by a federal court last week.
Media Matters (Soros) called Roger Stone’s outing of Fiona Hill as a Soros (OSI) operative a “SMEAR” (Stone was right)
Here’s proof Roger Stone was right–that Fiona Hill has been inside Soros’s Open Society Institute (OSI) (NY) since before Nov. 04, 2000 directorship filing for the INSTITUTE FOR WAR & PEACE, Co. No. 2744185.
Remarkably, she was hired to advise OSI while she was still completing her PhD at Harvard in History. Her PhD thesis chair was Richard Pipes, a notoriously biased Russian history professor who was a speaker at two Bilderberg conferences, was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and was a C.I.A. advisor to Daddy Bush.
Resume from the Brookings Institute link:
According to her resume Fiona Hill worked for the George Soros Open Society Institute from 2000-2006, just 13 years ago.
Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Fiona Hill. (Filed May 10, 2001). NEW DIRECTOR, Appointment of director or secretary, Form 288a, Advisory Board, Open Society Institute, signed Nov. 04, 2000, Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR), Co. No. 2744185. Companies House (UK).
IN HER OWN HANDWRITING SHE CLAIMS HER ASSOCIATION WITH GEORGE SOROS’ OPEN SOCIETY INSTITUTE