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Billionaire philanthropist and Holocaust survivor will invest $10 million to help communities track hate crimes against them.

©2016 Public Radio International, Inc. (P)2016 Public Radio International, Inc.

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Unsubstantiated propaganda

Starts with an alleged "hate" message that's about as authentic sounding as junior high drama club. He pays some serious writers though. Sounds incredibly righteous and has no substance whatsoever. The man wants open borders (one-world government) and he will paint anyone who opposes him a racist. He does it all over the world.