Man Was Allegedly Offered $400 To Create Fake Propaganda About Trump

( Preston Moore, an attorney and legal analyst claims in a video he made on Saturday that he was asked to make a video and use fear to manipulate people.

Moore claims that the “Good Information Foundation” paid him $400 to produce a film criticizing Donald Trump, but he declined the offer.

Moore, a Harvard Legal School alumnus who works for the Georgia-based Beasley Allen law firm, updates his trialbypreston TikTok account daily. He concentrates on news related to law, politics, and his legal profession. He does not back Donald Trump.

Having 89,000 followers, he has started to establish a sizable profile. He revealed to Breitbart News that this appeared to be why he was contacted by the Good Information Foundation, a 501(c)3 group, to produce a video regarding Trump and January 6.

The foundation asked Moore to make the video about January 6 and to post it on his social media platforms to reach the largest number of people. The foundation’s website states that “good information is the lifeblood of democracy” and that it wants “to increase the flow of good, factual information online to counter and rebut the spread of misinformation and disinformation.”

Moore admitted to Breitbart News that he was initially open to doing so. He said if you just want the plain facts, he’ll be honest and say he’d be willing to talk about specifics. However, he was provided a list of talking points after asking for further details.

Although the suggested material was first described as “nonpartisan,” the organization obviously desired a Trump-bashing attack ad. When he was asked to include the sentence, “now Trumpism has to go,” Moore recalled, “it made it obvious that it was not nonpartisan.”
He also received a set of talking points, which included some dubious assertions regarding January 6, such as that “The Trump campaign paid literally millions of dollars to make January 6th happen,” as he remarked in a now-viral video about his experience.

That raised suspicious flags, and after Moore requested proof of the assertion from a Vocal Media representative—the company that had supposedly joined with the Good Information Foundation—he stopped hearing back.

Ironically, Moore’s video has had over a million views on TikTok alone as of Sunday.

According to the Internal Revenue Service, the Good Information Foundation’s tax-exempt status was only granted to it in April.