Crime

George Soros Bought District Attorneys Across the Nation

For the past decade, New York billionaire George Soros funded campaigns of leftist District Attorney challengers across the United States. Many were elected. Now Americans are paying dearly–many with their lives.

George Soros

In the 2018 elections of California, Soros spent $3,625,000 on DA races in Sacramento, San Diego, Alameda, Marin and Contra Costa counties.

By 2020, Soros funded more than $2.5 million of George Gascón’s race for Los Angeles District Attorney.

“The infusion of dark money in these races, usually in the final months before a primary or general election, makes a huge impact,” Michele Hanisee, President of the Association of Los Angeles Deputy District Attorneys, wrote. “District attorney elections are typically minimally funded, local races.  The last-minute spending by these PACs leaves opposing candidates with scant time to raise a corresponding amount of cash to respond.”

The District Attorney of Los Angeles since 2012, Jackie Lacey lost in the last election to Gascón, who left the San Francisco District Attorney’s office and moved to Los Angeles to beat Lacey.

By March 2021, he faced a recall. To get the recall on the ballot, there must be 579,062 signatures from registered voters in the county by October 27, 2021.

The notice of intent is due to Gascón abandoning crime victims and their families, disregarding the rule of law, weakening sentencing requirements for violent crimes, and reducing sentences on hate, gun, and gang crimes.

Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva, former Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley, former Los Angeles County Supervisor Mike Antonovich, and former Los Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine announced their support of the recall. As of June 3, 2021, 17 cities in Los Angeles County had passed votes of no confidence in Gascón.

Gascón told KTLA 5 this month that “the reality is crime has been going up, in fact, in L.A. County we had a 25% increase in violent crime over the last seven years because we continue to do the same things over and over again, expecting different results.”

“What I am doing is, I am revamping the way that we address violence by using science, using data, taking a public health lens approach with the way that we deal with crime,” he offered as an excuse.

Gascon vigorously plays by socialist Soros’ playbook of portraying police as agents of a racist law enforcement system that imprisons more blacks and minorities, and targets them for police harassment and abuse.

Another Soros funded achievement, Black Lives Matter (BLM), has seen success through their division and destruction, thanks to dark money support and mainstream media propaganda.

BLM supported Gascón, “over the first Black district attorney in the nation’s most populous county, for failing to prosecute police officers who kill civilians,” NBC News reported.

“We’ve tried everything with her (Lacey),” said Melina Abdullah, BLM co-founder of Black Lives Matter-L.A. “We had a deep desire to have things be different.”

Daniel Greenfield, an investigative journalist is spot on with his observations.

“The media repeatedly described Abdullah as an activist against police violence while ignoring her affinity for a racist black supremacist hate group whose leader has described Jews as satanic and subhuman,” Greenfield said. “The level of duplicity and malpractice by the media which covered this up is its own hate crime.”

The California Globe called Gascón “the architect of Proposition 47 which largely decriminalized theft and drug crimes by reducing those crimes and a number of other ‘non-violent’ felonies to misdemeanors.”

He also developed “Prop. 57, which allows early release for ‘non-violent offenders,’ including rape by intoxication of an unconscious person, human trafficking involving a sex act with minors, arson causing great bodily harm, drive-by shooting, assault with a deadly weapon, and hostage taking. These are so-called criminal justice reforms according to Gascón.”

Gascón was endorsed by Gov. Gavin Newsom. Both politicians are currently facing serious recalls.

Newsom originally appointed Gascón San Francisco District Attorney, even with no prosecutorial experience. Kamala Harris also endorsed Gascón.

Of the “criminal justice reforms” supported by the Soros owned DAs, ending cash bail in California is a big priority. Their strategy–as evidenced by the destructive BLM and Antifa protests of 2020– is to release violent offenders to the streets, and destroy the $2-billion national industry. There are 3,200 bail agents in California alone.

Destroy jobs. Promote violence. Introduce more criminals into society.  This reminds many Americans of the Biden-Harris strategy, doesn’t it?

Media report.

Gascón has long advocated for the end of monetary bail.

Courthouse News reported that “in 2018, then-San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón asked the California Supreme Court to review a landmark lower-court ruling prohibiting authorities from holding criminal defendants in jail solely because they can’t afford to pay bail to get out.”

6 replies »

  1. What other county efforts was soros involved. Sheriff? Other county offices

    https://t.me/CodeMonkeyZ/492

    Don’t know if this will play unless you have a telegram account. It is posted by codemonkeyz

    Maricopa county describes private public partnership with dominion. They were free to run around election ect…

    Dominion takes no oath

    It maters not who votes but who counts the votes

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  2. Oooo, this pisses me off! This joke of a D.A. wants to dismiss crimes of people who hurt CHILDREN and BABIES! Now this goes to far! I hope they succeed in recalling his butt! No one who allows the harming of children should EVER be in a high position like D.A.! And Soros? From what I’ve read, he’s been exiled from a few countries and he’s wanted in many others! How is he still free? It doesn’t make sense!

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