In response to Democratic politicians recently asking Google to limit the appearance of pro-life clinics in Google search results, a Virginia-led multistate letter was sent to the CEO of Alphabet Inc.—the multinational Big Tech conglomerate of which Google is a part.
Attorneys General are urging the company not to discriminate against crisis pregnancy centers in search results and online advertising.
Google has been caving in to the far left progressive Democrats by taking away such pregnancy centers from their advertisements and Google Maps entries on their search site.
The letter asks Google to advise the 17 co-signing Attorneys General whether it has adjusted its search results and advertisements to discriminate against crisis pregnancy centers, and if so, how.
“Unfortunately, several national politicians now seek to wield Google’s immense market power by pressuring the company to discriminate against pro-life crisis pregnancy centers,” the letter says.
ASSAULT ON FREE SPEECH
“Complying with these demands would constitute a grave assault on the principle of free speech,” the attorneys general wrote. “‘Unbiased access to information,’ while no longer a component of Google’s corporate creed, is still what Americans expect from your company. ‘[S]tudies have found web users are more likely to find and trust news through search than social media sites.'”
They further explained the actions that would be taken against Google if it adheres to the Democrats’ “inappropriate demand.”
“Our offices will (1) conduct thorough investigations to determine whether this suppression violates the antitrust laws of the United States and our States; (2) investigate whether Google’s conduct amounts to an unlawful act of religious discrimination under state law; and (3) consider whether additional legislation—such as nondiscrimination rules under common carriage statutes—is necessary to protect consumers and markets,” the attorneys general noted.
“We trust that you will treat this letter with the seriousness these issues require, and hope you will decide that Google’s search results must not be subject to left-wing political pressure, which would actively harm women seeking essential assistance,” the letter reads. “If you do not, we must avail ourselves of all lawful and appropriate means of protecting the rights of our constituents, of upholding viewpoint diversity, free expression, and the freedom of religion for all Americans, and of making sure that our markets are free in fact, not merely in theory.”
Six months after Donald J. Trump declared his candidacy for presidency, the powers behind the Obama White House realized the threat to their agenda. They began moving into action and on December 15, 2015, Barack Obama signed an executive order virtually no one talked about, or God forbid, report on.
The executive order was purposefully secretive. Why? It is likely treasonous.
It was the beginning of a secret government force, that in retrospect we now know was intended as coup d’etat of a duly elected president and the ongoing “complete transformation of America.”
Obama’s executive order put into action a complicated and destructive plan to change the political structure of America.
The Deep State Purge
Immediately, an accelerated removal of thousands of American patriots from virtually every government agency began.
The purge was massive and was particularly harmful to our intelligence services and military.
Those expelled were replaced with only the deep party loyalists. Political operatives were specifically placed in key posts to circumvent the Constitution and change our government towards New World Order globalists and their progressive-socialist agendas.
Trump called them “The Swamp.”
🔹Although Trump began draining these operatives during his presidency, it was discovered Obama had actually begun his own purging since the beginning of his first term.
🔹Obama’s executive order hastened it when they realized Trump could be a threat to their takeover and his rising potential of defeating Hillary Clinton in 2016.
🔹If Clinton were to be defeated, these actions would ensure a massive army of operatives waiting for Donald Trump.
Obama’s army of political operatives had two missions:
🔹The complete political, cultural and economic transformation of America.
🔹The overthrow of a Donald J. Trump.
The Deep State army would be the “Senior Executive Service,” the SES. Have you ever heard of them? If not, it’s by design. Below is their official flag and emblem.
SES was created on September 19, 1979 during the Carter administration for the purpose of professionalizing career civil service. It would “improve and modernize the management of the federal bureaucracy.”
From the government website:
“Members of the SES serve in the key positions just below the top Presidential appointees. SES members are the major link between these appointees and the rest of the Federal workforce. They operate and oversee nearly every government activity in approximately 75 Federal agencies.”
Today, a position within the SES is considered the equivalent to general officer or the flag officer ranks in the U.S. Armed Forces. By the time Obama’s order began the purging, these operatives were being referred to as “civilian generals.”
Known in Washington as “Obama’s Army,” these operatives were given the best jobs in the federal government that require no experience, no skills, and yet get the highest pay of anyone. If you’re the boss of your department, it’s hard to fire yourself.
The civilian general pay scale starts above the top level of civil service (GS-15), with base salaries ranging from a minimum of $127,914 to a maximum of $192,300 (2019 figures).
Many of these Deep State loyalists are the progressive grandpaparents of young children we hear about being indoctrinated in nearby schools on Critical Race Theory, Transsexual Grooming and a reimagined history.
On the day Obama signed the executive order these civilian officers jobs changed from implementing policing to massively changing it.
Although Trump quickly began a purge of his own, especially with the FBI and DOJ, his administration was faced with enormous obstructions–partly because of the massive changes by Deep State operatives but primarily due to the difficulties of firing SES civilian generals.
“To say Obama’s transformation of the SES into an army of political operatives was effective would be a gross understatement,” stated one observer.
Although Trump was able to eventually rid many of these operatives out of their positions, the task was massive. Democrats had to steal the 2020 election to prevent the “Obama Army” from failing the American takeover.
The Imbedded Operatives Are Deep State
Today there are more than 2 million federal government employees. Most of the leaders of these employees are about 8,000 SES managers. Obama replaced over 6,000 of those managers with these Deep State operatives during his eight years in the Oval Office. This continues under Joe Biden.
It’s important to note if you are doing your own verification research that “officially” they are not in the FBI, DOJ, and State Department. (Researching The “Plum Book” can get you started).
There are “look-alike” senior management systems inside some federal agencies that fill the exact same purposes and those systems are directly connected to SES. Even the Department of Defense has these Deep State appointees, though they officially claim they do not.
You cannot find their names on official lists. Remember they are imbedded in the DEEP state. SES is a system of controlling power through secrecy, and acting with complete impunity.
On the day Trump began his first day as President, 821 operatives were in place at the Department of Justice.
It wasn’t just the DOJ. Obama placed 639 operative managers at Homeland Security.
When former Texas Governor Rick Perry took over as Trump’s Energy Secretary, he faced 490 new operatives.
Here’s a list of other Departments:
🔹Department of Education – 86
🔹Department of Housing & Urban Development – 115
🔹Department of the Air Force – 182
🔹Department of Labor – 200
🔹Department of State – 204
🔹Department of Transportation – 231
🔹Department of Interior – 258
🔹Department of the Army – 261
🔹Department of the Navy – 326
🔹Department of Veterans Affairs – 357
🔹Department of Agriculture – 361
🔹Department of Commerce – 425
🔹Department of the Treasury – 458
🔹Department of Health & Human Services – 468
🔹All Other Agencies (all non-Cabinet level agencies) – 1,796
President Trump knew all of this. His administration continued to deal with the anarchy imbedded in the SES. The best headway, at least as far as my sources know, were made in the Veterans Administration.
Some members of the Congressional House of Veterans Affairs Committee were especially helpful moving this along.
“It was the Trump White House’s initial experience dealing with getting these operatives out,” a source commented before the 2020 election. “Let’s hope they honed their skills for many more.”
Compared to Obama’s first year in office in 2009, the number of SES members showed the exit door under President Trump in 2017 was 26 percent more.
If Trump gains another term as president, there is good promise on making more headway. Today there are news reports and talk that a team are working the strategic plan to oust up to 50,000 Deep State minions.
This year, 2022, 65 percent of the top SES leaders are eligible to retire.
When the Democrat majority of citizens, some Deep State employees of federal government bureaucracy in Washington D.C., elected their Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Steve Descano, they didn’t realize how horrible he would be.
The first clue should have been the massive contributions to Descano’s campaign from a political action committee funded by progressive billionaire George Soros.
Soros pumped $2.1 million into the campaigns of four Virginia district attorney races that year including:
Loudoun Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj (The local school district made national news over their far left stance to include Critical Race Theory into their curriculum).
Fairfax County Commonwealth’s Attorney Steve Descano
Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Hingeley
Arlington County Commonwealth’s Attorney Parisa Dehghani-Tafti
Descano, a Democrat, is a former federal prosecutor and Army helicopter pilot who defeated incumbent independent Jonathan Fahey in the November 2019 election.
Recently, after organizer Brenda Tillett and supporters with Stand Up Virginia saw a “complete disregard for victims and families,” the group examined Descano’s record closer. He is a first term prosecutor elected on a platform of eliminating the death penalty, ending cash bail and stopping the prosecutor’s office from cooperating with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
Stand Up Virginia’s announced an aggressive recall effort last week, with a planned rally set for 5 p.m. Tuesday outside the Fairfax County Government Center.
Tillett and others plan to call out Descano for his failures to prosecute violent crimes, as well as his record of dismissing charges and reaching “inequitable” plea deals in cases involving child pornography, incestuous sexual assault of a minor, domestic violense, elder abuse and animal abuse.
“After failed attempts for almost a year imploring our local legislators to rein in his power through budget reductions, we now know that victims and their parents are being dismissed, silenced and denigrated by Mr. Descano,” Tillett said. “We are placing his removal in the hands of our citizens by launching a recall petition to ensure everyone is aware of the egregious nature of his actions.”
Tillett said the recall effort involves securing approximately 30,000 signature petitions, or 10 percent of voters who cast ballots in the last election. She will also make her case before the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday night.
Descano responded with a statement calling the criticism of his office “fringe backlash.”
“When I took office I promised our community I would hold police accountable and reform our criminal justice system,” Descano stated. “While this work is far from done, we have made considerable progress – and transformative change often elicits fringe backlash. This effort is nothing more than a far-right, partisan effort to stand in the way of the criminal justice reforms that the vast majority of our community supports.”
Monticello, the mountaintop home of Thomas Jefferson, author of the American Declaration of Independence and third president of the United States, is apparently going woke.
Social media and even mainstream news have been putting their spins on this World Heritage Site, historic house and plantation, museum, research institute, presidential library and private, non-profit organization:
🔹fought against tyranny.
🔹helped create a free republic.
🔹wrote much in our founding documents that would ultimately lead multitudes of the citizens of the new nation to believe that slavery was wrong and immoral and give their lives to bring about its abolition.
A Peek at New World Order?
A $20 million donation in 2015, from far-left billionaire David M. Rubenstein, initiated the intent to rewrite history through the Thomas Jefferson Foundation.
Rubenstein, is not only a New World Order globalist, he is on the boards of the World Economic Forum (authors of the “Great Reset”), China’s Tsinghua University, and the Council on Foreign Relations.
Jeffrey Tucker of the libertarian Brownstone Institute said Saturday that “the whole thing has the feel of propaganda and manipulation. People on my tour seemed sad and demoralized.”
Chances are, if you live in any large city in America, George Soros owns your District Attorney. This is why DAs obediently satisfy their Sugar Daddy Soros’ plan to keep liberal demonstrators, drug gang members, Jussie Smollett type celebrities, and local corrupt politicians out of jail.
A growing trail of violent crime is sweeping across America with an ample percentage coming from illegal aliens and invaders. However, countless murders, robberies, assaults and property destruction are the result of “woke” district attorneys who run their offices with little to no accountability, limited prosecutorial experience, a propensity for crime, and a trend of unfairly prosecuting political adversaries.
At the state level, far-left radical beneficiaries of the George Soros “Secretary of State Project,” the American non-profit, progressive 527 political action committee, focused on electing “reform-minded progressive” Secretaries of State in battleground states. These offices typically oversee the election process in their state–thus, the 2020 election fiasco. The Project is funded by Soros and members of the Democracy Alliance.
The original intent in 2006 was to protect Obama by having control of secretary of state offices in five key states — Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico and Ohio. The initiative expanded and is a major reason President Trump is not in the White House today.
On the local level, violent crimes and election fraud against Americans continue to surge due to district attorneys and state attorneys funded by Soros and his affiliated foundations. Cities that have been specifically targeted by this progressive approach include Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Phoenix, St. Louis, New York, Baltimore, Albuquerque, Orlando, and more.
Some of the counties include Contra Coasta, California; Orange and Osceola, Florida; Ulster, New York; Bexar, Dallas, Fort Bend and Harris, Texas; Loudain and Northfolk, Virginia.
Since 2016, when Soros first began to back the campaigns of district attorneys there has been some $30 million in funding tracked from Soros through a personal network of political action committees (PACs) formed specifically to back radical, left-wing DA candidates.
George Soros District Attorneys, Commonwealth Attorneysand Circuit Attorneys
Here is list by state and jurisdiction of every DA identified by the Capital Research Center (CRC) as receiving Soros funding, and some notable details about each. Some of the commentary comes from CRC observations.
Diana Becton—Contra Costa County, California. Backed by $275,000 from Soros in 2018, Becton became the first woman and first African American elected to serve as DA for Contra Costa County. She is also one of the first in the position to have zero prior experience as a prosecutor. During Becton’s first years in office four Contra Costa cities made the list of the top 100 most dangerous cities in California in 2018, and both violent crime and property crime increased by several percent during 2019.
George Gascon—Los Angeles County, California. Soros has spent a combined $6 million on California DA races, much of it wasted on failed candidates, but almost half was spent on the successful campaign of George Gascon for Los Angles DA. Soros was the largest spender in the race, and Gascon won easily.
Monique Worrell—Ninth Judicial Circuit (Orange and Osceola County), Florida. Monique Worrell is the second Soros candidate to become state attorney for Orange and Osceola County. Her predecessor, Aramis Ayala, was a “long-shot candidate” elected in 2016 with the help of more than $1.3 million in spending by the Florida Safety and Justice PAC. Ayala immediately earned a reputation for her activist approach, which led to her removal from multiple high-profile murder cases by two different Republican governors. During Ayala’s tenure, violent crime increased dramatically, with murders increasing by 26 percent during 2020.
After Ayala left office to run for Congress, Worrell filled her shoes, with $1 million from Soros’s Democracy PAC surging into the race at the last minute to help her claim victory against her moderate opponent in 2020.
Darius Pattillo—Henry County, Georgia. Receiving just under $150,000 from Soros through the Georgia Safety and Justice PAC, Patello was elected in 2016 and has remained the most unremarkable Soros-backed DA elected to date. In fact, Soros’s funding of Patello nearly went unreported, possibly because Patello does not seem to share the radical views of his fellow Soros DAs.
James Stewart—Caddo Parish, Louisiana. Probably the least well-known and least radical Soros-funded DA, James Stewart was elected as the DA of Caddo Parish, Louisiana, in 2015 with the help of more than $930,000 in funding from Soros. Stewart has enacted few radical reforms since his election, potentially a disappointing result for Soros. His opponents at the time worried that his progressive views on criminal justice would be “detrimental to the safety of Caddo Parish.”
Scott Colom—Circuit Court District Sixteen, Mississippi. Another of the lesser-known Soros-funded Das, Colom quietly received over $926,000 in funding from Soros to help unseat a long-time incumbent in 2015. Colom oversees District 16 in Mississippi, which includes Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Clay, and Noxubee Counties. Colom was recently recommended by Rep. Bernie Thompson (D-MS) for a position as a judge for the U.S. District Court of the Northern District of Mississippi. Meanwhile, violent crime, specifically gun violence, remains a serious and growing problem for cities and counties in the 16th Circuit, a problem that Colom has been accused of doing little to combat.
Jody Owens—Hinds County, Mississippi. Aided by a $500,000 contribution from Soros’s Mississippi Justice and Public Safety PAC, Owens was elected in 2019 after running on a platform that promised reform and “alternatives to incarceration.” Owens brought controversy with him to the DA’s office. In 2019, Owens was accused of sexually harassing his female colleagues while working at the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization with a well-documented proclivity for enabling and ignoring sexual harassment in the workplace.
Owens has also recently brought highly questionable murder charges against two police officers. The charges were dismissed with prejudice for lack of evidence that officers “caused any injury” to the alleged victim. Under Owens, Jackson has become one of the deadliest cities in the nation, and in 2021 the city saw over 150 homicides (98 murders per 100,000 residents), an all-time high.
Kim Gardner—St. Louis, Missouri. One of the most famous and polarizing Soros-backed DAs, Kim Gardner has served as the circuit attorney of crime-ridden St. Louis since 2017 and has repeatedly used her office to prosecute conservatives while allowing criminals to walk free.
In 2018, Gardner launched a bogus criminal investigation against Missouri’s Republican governor, which led to a special investigation into her office that found probable cause that Gardner engaged in professional misconduct by hiring a private investigator who has since been charged with perjury and evidence tampering. Gardner was also the lead attorney in the absurd prosecution of Mark McCloskey, but was removed from the case by a judge who wrote “the Circuit Attorney’s conduct raises the appearance that she initiated a criminal prosecution for political purposes.”
Raul Torrez—Bernalillo County (Albuquerque), New Mexico. Although his ties to Soros are less well known and his ideas are slightly less radical, Albuquerque’s DA also got his start from $107,000 in Soros cash that boosted his unopposed campaign in 2016. As of mid-November, Albuquerque had experienced 102 homicides in 2021, the highest number ever recorded, compared to the 67 reported at the same time last year.
Meanwhile, Torrez is busy campaigning for New Mexico Attorney General. Soros’s money is likely to make an appearance in that upcoming race as well.
Alvin Bragg—Manhattan, New York. One of Soros’s newest DA’s, Bragg was elected in 2021 as the DA of Manhattan, largely thanks to approximately $1.1 million given by Soros that year to groups supporting Bragg. Even though Bragg has barely been in office, his tenure is already shaping up as a disaster. After Bragg released a memo stating that his office would not be seeking prison sentences for crimes such as armed robbery, drug dealing, and burglary, more than nine prosecutors in Manhattan quit. Interestingly, one area where Bragg is not expected to be overly lenient is an investigation into President Donald Trump’s business practices, which Bragg conveniently took over after assuming office.
David Clegg—Ulster County, New York. Soros cash to the tune of at least $184,000 was used to push Ulster County DA David Clegg across the finish line in his 2019 election, but it was also the source of a major controversy at the time. In an embarrassing guffaw, the New York Justice and Public Safety PAC paid for mailers that featured Clegg shaking hands with a prominent criminal and left-wing activist. Under Clegg, gun crimes and shootings have surged dramatically, and high profile cases have been badly mishandled, including a murder case in which the suspect was released because Clegg’s office failed to file an indictment on time.
Larry Krasner—Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Among the most famous Soros-backed DAs, Krasner has been supported by more than $2 million from Soros funneled through the Pennsylvania Justice and Public Safety PAC and the Philadelphia Justice and Public Safety PAC. Krasner was reelected in 2021 with the help of a $259,000 contribution from Soros. Under Krasner’s watch, crime rates have soared, and in 2021, Philadelphia became the murder capital of the United States with the highest per capita homicide rate of the country’s 10 largest cities.
Jack Stollsteimer—Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Lesser known but also well financed by Soros, Stollsteimer was the first Democratic DA ever elected in Delaware County, boosted by roughly $100,000 in ads paid for by Soros during 2019. While still undoubtedly a progressive, Stollsteimer is much less radical than Krasner and has not been openly hostile to police. He did, however, recently feud with police over the graphic details of a report on a rape in broad daylight on a train with many witnesses, none of whom tried to intervene. During Stollsteimer’s first year in office, homicides in Delaware County increased 127 percent, though many attribute this to the county’s proximity to Philadelphia.
Joe Gonzalez—Bexar County (San Antonio), Texas. George Soros has even dared to mess with Texas. Joe Gonzalez is one of Soros’s favorite DAs, receiving nearly $1 million in backing from the billionaire during his 2018 campaign, upsetting incumbent Democrat Nico LaHood in the primary. Just as in Dallas, violent crime reportedly increased by 15 percent in San Antonio under Gonzalez, while convictions dropped by 17 percent.
John Creuzot—Dallas County, Texas. Backed by an estimated $236,000 from Soros, Creuzot became the DA of Dallas County in 2018 and immediately moved forward with a plethora of radical reform policies, including decriminalizing theft under $750, criminal trespass, and drug possession. During his first year in office crime reportedly increased by 15 percent while total convictions dropped by 30 percent. Most recently, Creuzot failed to get a conviction in straightforward case against Billy Chemirmir, a Kenyan immigrant charged with murdering and robbing 18 elderly women in assisted living facilities. He was found with his alleged victims’ personal papers and jewelry in his possession at the time of his arrest.
Brian Middleton—Fort Bend County, Texas. Although it went unnoticed and unreported by the media, Soros played a major role in the 2019 campaign of Fort Bend County DA Brian Middleton, spending nearly $200,000 on advertising in support of his campaign. Middleton has been extremely moderate as far as Soros-backed candidates go, and as a result Fort Bend County has not seen a dramatic spike in crime.
Kim Ogg—Harris County (Houston), Texas. In 2016, Kim Ogg became the state’s first Soros-backed DA after Soros spent more than $600,000 on the race. As one of the first reform DA’s backed by Soros, Ogg is also one of the most moderate. She has stopped prosecuting marijuana offenses, but often seeks high cash bail, causing her to be ostracized by many progressives and apparently Soros.
José Garza—Travis County (Austin), Texas. In 2020, Garza was elected as Austin’s DA with the aid of more than $400,000 in ads paid for by the Texas Justice and Public Safety PAC, one of Soros’s private PACs that has received roughly $3.6 million from the billionaire since its creation in 2018. Since assuming office, Garza has developed a reputation for letting violent offenders go free on little to no bail.
In 2020, Garza released hundreds of inmates from jail over COVID-19 protocols, even though only six people in Austin at the time were known to have COVID-19. In 2021, Garza released a man with eight prior felony convictions after he was caught toting a gun in a meth-fueled car chase with police. After his release with an ankle monitor, the man allegedly went on a crime spree committing 10 armed robberies. Since Garza was elected, police budgets have been slashed, and Austin has experienced skyrocketing crime rates and a record number of homicides.
Parisa Dehghani-Tafti—Arlington County and City of Falls Church, Virginia. Backed by over $600,000 from the Justice and Public Safety PAC, one of George Soros’s many personal PACs, Dehghani-Tafti won her 2019 election by toppling a moderate Democratic incumbent and has been a center of controversy ever since. Dehghani-Tafti, along with several other Soros-backed DAs in Virginia, is facing a recall petition after crimes like felony aggravated assault rose 40 percent during her first year in office.
Steve Descano—Fairfax County, Virginia. Steve Descano, who is also facing a recall petition, was elected in 2019 and has endorsed a progressive platform typical of the left-wing DA faction. Descano has made it his office’s official policy not to prosecute more than 20 different crimes including shoplifting for goods under $1,000, prostitution, and indecent exposure. Descano’s initial campaign benefitted from approximately $600,000 from Soros.
Buta Biberaj—Loudoun County, Virginia. As Loudoun County District Attorney, Buta Biberaj has championed an anti-incarceration approach to the job, but made headlines for personally seeking jail time for Scott Smith, a father who was arrested for misdemeanor disorderly conduct at a Loudoun County School Board meeting while protesting the School Board’s cover-up of his 14-year-old daughter’s rape by a transgender boy in a school bathroom. Smith’s defense attorneys reported that it was “completely unheard of” for a DA to personally handle a misdemeanor, much less to pursue jail time, court-ordered anger management, and a hefty fine. Biberaj’s campaign in 2019 was boosted by over $650,000 in Soros cash, and she is now facing a recall petition.
Ramin Fatehi—Norfolk County, Virginia. One of the latest additions to Soros’s collection of rogue prosecutors, Ramin Fatehi was one of very few Democrats to win a Virginia election in 2021, largely thanks to about $220,000 in funding from Soros. Fatehi has yet to make a name for himself as DA, but he ran on the typical progressive platform of promising to abolish cash bail and decriminalize marijuana possession.
Using the same playbook successfully followed in Hungary, Greece, Britain, and a dozen other countries, Soros-funded groups were behind anti-Trump mobs that blocked streets, set fires, injured police officers, and destroyed property the day after his 2017 national election. As expected, they turned up the volume in 2020.
Fantasies of Being a God
An alarming trait of George Soros comes from many interviews over the years when he admitted he has a fascination and fantasy of being “a god.”
“I admit that I have always harbored an exaggerated view of self-importance — to put it bluntly, I fancied myself as some kind of god,” he wrote as far back as 1987.
“It is a sort of disease when you consider yourself some kind of god, the creator of everything, but I feel comfortable about it now since I began to live it out,” he revealed to The Independent in 1993.
On British television he bragged, “Next to my fantasies about being God, I also have very strong fantasies of being mad.”
In 2002, Soros was convicted by a French court of insider trading, but his political power became so great it didn’t matter. His mode of operation was to buy out judges, prosecutors and local leaders. The same greed successfully worked on national politicians and administrations too.
Soros and his Open Society Foundations (OSF) is a major funder illegal immigration into Europe and now America.
Leaked documents from Soros’ OSF show that the organization’s goal behind funding the Black Lives Matter movement is ultimately to federalize America’s police forces.
A Wikileaks release revealed that Soros’ far-left group, “Demos,” main goal is to ensure “the complete globalization of America’s culture in order to balkanize and effectively destroy the very nature of what it means to be an American.
This is by the same playbook Soros groups have used very effectively throughout Europe.
This goal includes the implementation of two specific United Nation agendas to “eradicate National sovereignty to the United Nations in favor of a globally controlled centralized government, which includes the diaphanous agenda of climate change.”
In his own words, documented on video, Soros said his paid groups are “transforming the public narrative” to elevate the values of community and racial equity, which is really just a “gentler way of alluding to the elimination of US free speech and America’s individual 1st amendment rights, a thing that has already been augmented in Europe.”
In the Soros funded Demos document is the playbook being used by liberal governors and mayors throughout America. It entitled “Police Reform: How to Take Advantage of the Crisis of the Moment and Drive Long-Term Institutional Change in Police-Community Practice.”
Soros is so powerful that, through then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, United States taxpayers spent $9 millions on the Soros-backed campaign to take over Albania politics in 2016.
Documents secured by the political watchdog Judicial Watch, using the American Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), revealed American funds were into a ‘Justice for All’ campaign to reform the judicial system in Albania in 2016. The campaign was run by Soros’s East West Management Institute.
“The Obama administration quietly spent at least $9 million in US taxpayers’ dollars in direct collusion with left-wing billionaire George Soros’s backing of a socialist government in Albania,” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton stated.
Soros is a billionaire and “shouldn’t be receiving taxpayer support to advance his radical left agenda to undermine freedom here at home and abroad,” Fitton added.
Going Woke With Grooming
The same game plan is in action as used in Greece a decade ago, London eight years ago and Bahrain three years ago. Soros’ “non-profit” American groups promote abortion, euthanasia, overpopulation, atheism, homosexuality, same-sex marriage, feminism, and transgenderism.
In 2019, using his now tried and truly perfected playbook, game plans mean his owned politician slaves use taxpayer money to “destabilize” countries as they did in 2019 with the democratic government of the Balkan nation of Macedonia, north of Greece.
“The cash flows through the State Department and the famously corrupt U.S. Agency of International Development (USAID), which is charged with providing global economic, development and humanitarian assistance,” Judical Watch reported.
The group obtained FOIA records revealing President Obama’s U.S. ambassador to Macedonia, Jess L. Baily, “has worked behind the scenes with Soros’ Open Society Foundation to funnel large sums of American dollars for the cause.”
During Obama’s presidency, Judicial Watch proved the White House Administration secured pipelines through the southern border to get more illegal immigrants into the U.S.
In one instance, per the Soros plan, immigrants were being smuggled in from Somalia and other African nations.
Testimony and records reveal Homeland Security officials were busing them into strategic locations across the country to deliberately change vulnerable populations. Read that as taxpayer monies funding future voters for Soros funded causes.
Democracy Alliance has steered more than $500 million in funding to progressive organizations and infrastructure since its founding in 2005.
Each member secretly contributes at least $200,000 annually to Soros groups like Media Matters for America, American Civil Liberties Union, and the Center for Popular Democracy, along with dozens of other left-wing organizations.
Soros’s lobbying group, the Open Society Policy Center, hosted a session called “After Kavanaugh,” to strategies for future judicial nomination fights. Pelosi and mainstream media puppets are actively taking orders and preparing propaganda for the upcoming Supreme Court vacancy due to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s death.
“The fight over the Kavanaugh nomination saw unprecedented grassroots activity to defeat an unpopular and damaged nominee,” the leaked Soros agenda explains. “But as we now know, it was insufficient. With a 6-3 conservative majority on the Supreme Court, how should we prepare for the next vacancy, and what will be needed to bring a similar sense of urgency to the lower federal courts and the state courts?”
Two recounts in Virginia recent elections have confirmed Republicans won a 53-48 majority in the House Chamber.
🔹On Dec. 8, a three-judge circuit court panel ruled Aijalon Cordoza (R) the winner of the election in Virginia House of Delegates District 91.
🔹On Dec. 3, Officials in District 85 confirmed that Karen Greenhalgh (R) defeated Alex Askew (D) in that recount.
Although certified results released on Nov. 15 showed Republicans winning 52 races and Democrats winning 48, the winning candidates’ margin of victory in District 85 and District 91 were within 1% of the total votes cast. Under Virginia law, the second-place finishers may request a recount within 10 days of results being certified. Askew and Mugler filed court petitions for recounts on Nov. 17.
Prior to the election, Democrats controlled the chamber with a 55-45 majority. Republicans needed to gain six seats to take control of the chamber in 2021, and Democrats needed to hold at least 51 seats to maintain their majority.
Five of the ten preceding elections in the chamber saw net shifts of six seats or more: twice in Republicans’ favor and three times in Democrats’. On average, 6.6 seats shifted control per election cycle during that same time frame.
The outcome of the House elections, in addition to the state’s 2021 gubernatorial election, also determined Virginia’s trifecta status. Virginia became a Democratic trifecta in 2019 for the first time since 1994. Since Republicans won control of the House and the governorship in 2021, they have ended Democrats’ trifecta control of the state.
Americans continue to push back on the media, political, and judicial corruption of the 2020 Presidential Election. They have showed up to vote in 2021.
In 2021, six states held elections for executive, legislative, or judicial seats, including elections for three of the nation’s 99 state legislative chambers, 15 appellate court seats, and two gubernatorial offices.
The current results of the 2021 elections shows control of at least 13 seats (5.9%) flipped from one political party to another.
Republicans have taken over 12 seats from the Democrats. The Dems took just one seat away from the GOP.
Democrats lost control of the Virginia House of Delegates, while they maintained their majorities in the New Jersey State Senate and General Assembly. Control of seven seats flipped in Virginia, while the control of the other four flipped in New Jersey.
Three state executive offices changed partisan control, with all three switching from Democratic to Republican control, giving Republicans a net gain of three offices.
All three partisan changes took place in Virginia in 2021, with Republicans winning control of the governorship, lieutenant governorship, and office of attorney general.
Following the 2020 Senate elections and the January 2021 runoffs in Georgia, Democrats and Republicans split the chamber 50-50. This gave Vice President Kamala Harris (D) a tie-breaking vote, and Democrats control of the U.S. Senate via a power-sharing agreement.
Elections to the U.S. Senate will be held on November 8, 2022, and 34 of the 100 seats are up for regular election. Those elected to the U.S. Senate in the 34 regular elections in 2022 will begin their six-year terms on January 3, 2023.
Fourteen seats held by Democrats and 20 seats held by Republicans are up for election in 2022. Republicans are defending two Senate seats in states Democrats won in the 2020 presidential election: Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Democrats are not defending any Senate seats in states Donald Trump (R) won in 2020.
A state government trifecta is a term used to describe when a single party controls the governorship and both chambers of a state’s legislature.
As of December 1, 2021, there are 23 Republican trifectas, 15 Democratic trifectas, and 12 divided governments where neither party holds trifecta control. As a result of the 2021 elections, Democrats lost one trifecta. States with divided government—no trifecta for either major party—increased by one. Republicans neither gained or lost trifectas.
A state government triplex is a term used to describe when a state’s governor, attorney general, and secretary of state are all members of the same party.
As of December 1, 2021, there are 20 Republican triplexes, 18 Democratic triplexes, and 12 divided governments where neither party holds triplex control.
Signatures submitted to Loudoun County Circuit Court to recall school board member Brenda Sheridan
Supporters of a recall against six of the nine members of the Loudoun County Public Schools school board in Virginia near Washington D.C. submitted signatures against Chairwoman Brenda Sheridan on Nov. 9. Supporters indicated they filed 1,859 signatures. A total of 803 signatures are required to move the recall forward.
The recall effort is sponsored by the Fight For Schools political action committee (PAC) because:
🔹the district was using Critical Race Theory in its employee training and student curriculum, which they opposed.
🔹school board members’ were involved in a private Facebook group, which they said was a violation of Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act.
🔹the school board’s Code of Conduct was breeched because the members discussed public matters in a private setting.
The signatures were submitted to the Loudoun County Circuit Court, where the petition will be reviewed by a judge. If the case is accepted, a trial will be held. At the trial, recall supporters must “demonstrate the officer engaged in neglect of duty, misuse of office, or incompetence in the performance” in order to remove Sheridan from office.
Five other members were also included in the recall effort. One member passed away in August, and another resigned in November before a trial could take place. Petitions against the other three members have not been filed.
Interim Superintendent Scott Ziegler said the district uses a Culturally Responsive Framework that “speaks to providing a welcoming, affirming environment and developing cultural competence through culturally responsive instruction, deeper learning, equitable classroom practices and social-emotional needs for a focus on the whole child.”
A group called Loudoun For All formed a political action committee to counteract the recall effort. “There is no reason equity in our schools should be this controversial,” Rasha Saad, president of Loudoun For All, said in a statement.
However, the school district has made consistently coordinated efforts to ensure that critical race theory is institutionalized despite public opposition, emails obtained by Judicial Watch indicate.
Contained in the emails are communications from both former LCPS Superintendent Eric Williams and current LCPS Superintendent Scott Ziegler to various school board members, teachers, and even some parents about the district’s inclination toward implementing racist curriculum for teachers and students.
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As the clock turns past midnight on November 3, 2021, patriots are carefully on alert, watching and documenting for any voting and ballot scams. All indications reveal state and local election results are flipping many historical Democratic blue strongholds to turning red.
Americans are closely monitoring.
Here are some breaking highlights of elections and other news as of 1:45 a.m. Eastern Time.
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With 31 days until the Nov. 2 general election, some voter registration deadlines are approaching. Here’s a quick breakdown of some of those deadlines.
Texas: the voter registration deadline is Monday, Oct. 4. Voters can check their registration status here.
Ballot measures: Voters in Texas will decide eight statewide ballot measures at the general election. All eight measures are constitutional amendments placed on the ballot by the Texas State Legislature.
Virginia: the voter registration deadline is Oct. 11.Voters can check their registration status here.
State executives: Three state executive offices are on the statewide ballot this year: governor, lieutenant governor, and attorney general. Democrats currently hold all three positions but only one incumbent—Atty. Gen. Mark Herring (D)—is seeking re-election, leaving the other two offices open.
State legislative: All 100 seats of the Virginia House of Delegates are also up for election making this the first election cycle since 1999 with Democrats defending a majority in the chamber.
New Jersey: the voter registration deadline is Oct. 12. Voters can check their registration status here.
State executive: Voters will cast their ballots for governor and lieutenant governor as incumbent Gov. Phil Murphy (D) faces former state Assm. Jack Ciattarelli (R) and three others. In New Jersey, the outcome of the gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election defines the rest of the executive branch: the offices—elected on a joint ticket—are the only directly-elected executive officials in the state, with the remainder being appointed by the governor.
State legislative: All state legislative seats in the state Senate and General Assembly are also up for election. Democrats currently hold majorities in both chambers.
Ballot measures: Voters will also decide two statewide ballot measures, both of which are constitutional amendments placed on the ballot by the legislature.
Pennsylvania: the voter registration deadline is Oct. 18. Voters can check their registration status here.
State courts: Pennsylvanians will elect a new state supreme court justice. Justice Thomas Saylor (R) could not seek re-election due to reaching the mandatory retirement age of 75. Voters will decide his replacement between Maria McLaughlin (D), a judge of the Pennsylvania Superior Court, and Kevin Brobson (R), a Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judge. In addition to the supreme court election, seven positions on the state’s intermediate appellate courts are also up for election. Three of those are partisan elections while the other four are retention elections.
Ballot measures: Voters will also decide four statewide ballot measures, three of which are constitutional amendments placed on the ballot by the legislature. The fourth measure is a legislatively referred state statute.
Washington: the voter registration deadline is Oct. 25. Voters can check their registration status here.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has joined a multi-state amicus brief in support of religious liberty in a Virginia case, arguing that the City of Fredericksburg violated the First Amendment when it denied a property tax exemption to a residence owned by a church and occupied by two of its pastors.
Contrary to long-standing constitutional doctrine that protects religious entities from judicial intrusion, the Virginia court dismissed the church’s theological assessment of its doctrine and substituted its own, in concluding that the pastors did not count as “ministers.”
“The Virginia court refused a religious organization’s tax exemption by taking the law into its own hands, and the First Amendment prohibits this kind of governmental interference in faith and religion,” Attorney General Paxton said.
“Courts cannot refuse to acknowledge religious liberties when the facts and the Constitution specifically support them.”
On August 2, 2021, First Liberty Institute, Christian Legal Society, and the law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLC, on behalf of the New Life in Christ Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia, asked the Supreme Court of the United States to reverse a state court decision denying the parsonage exemption to property occupied by the church’s college ministers.
“Government officials have no right to substitute their theology for that of the church,” said Kelly Shackelford, President, CEO, and Chief Counsel for First Liberty Institute. “New Life in Christ Church considers its college campus ministers’ actions to be essential functions of the ministry of the church, and the city should abide by that decision.”
“The city’s own interpretation of this church’s doctrine and what is a minister unnecessarily requires the government to delve into issues of faith and doctrine in a way that violates the First Amendment.”
“For over 150 years, the Supreme Court has protected the rights of churches to determine in good faith who serves as their ministers,” explained Allyson Ho, partner at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, and veteran Supreme Court advocate. “The New Life Church deserves that same protection.”
“The Constitution requires all government officials to respect a religious congregation’s good faith understanding of who serves as its ministers,” explained Kim Colby, Director of the Christian Legal Society’s Center for Law and Religious Freedom. “New Life in Christ Church simply seeks the respect that the Constitution guarantees.”
New Life in Christ Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia, has a parsonage that is presently occupied by its college ministers, a married couple.
The couple ministers to the students at nearby University of Mary Washington, hosting Bible studies and times of worship at the parsonage.
The City of Fredericksburg denied a tax exemption to the church for the parsonage because, according to the city, the college campus ministers do not qualify as “ministers” as they are not ordained.
In addition, according to the city’s interpretation of the Presbyterian Book of Church Order, they are not qualified to be “ministers.”
The Circuit Court of the City of Fredericksburg upheld the city’s determination and the Virginia Supreme Court denied to review that decision.
In their petition, attorneys for New Life in Christ Church argue, “The Court should summarily reverse the decision below because it reflects a ‘demonstrably erroneous application of federal law.'”
“For over 150 years, the Court has confirmed that civil authorities may not second-guess religious organizations on ‘questions of discipline, or of faith, or ecclesiastical rule, custom, or law.’”
The petition continues, “It is a foundational premise of our constitutional system that religious organizations enjoy ‘power to decide for themselves, free from state interference, matters of church government as well as those of faith and doctrine.’”
Some call it the “richest county in America” and it’s garnering international attention for their school district’s liberal stances on critical race theory curriculum and transgender pronouns.
Loudoun County Schools in Virginia has paid approximately $500,000 to a racial consulting firm. District employees are also required to undergo racial ‘equity’ training.
“We will not yield. We will not let you have the souls of our children,’ said Monica Gill, a self-described Christian parent, to the board at their public meeting Tuesday. “We will not let you have our souls.”
Sitting right outside of the nation’s capital, Virginia’s wealthiest school district is Loudoun County Public Schools. The average household in this section of the suburbs surrounding Washington, D.C., pulls down nearly $130,000 per year in income. Among the residents are Deep State government workers who depend on federal jobs to maintain their cushy existence.
One Virginia mom who chastised a local school board at a public meeting Tuesday is also receiving worldwide support in her stance against schools teaching Critical Race Theory (CRT).
Franklin Graham explained to his thousands of followers:
“Critical Race Theory is a very dangerous socialist, communist idea that has now made it mainstream in our schools by school boards who are supporting this leftist socialist ideology,” Graham said. “Parents must rise up against the school boards and let their voices be heard.”
“I would encourage Christians in these communities to be involved and run for school boards,” he continued. “How important it is for Christian men and women to take over the school boards so they can influence for the good.”
The mother, Xi Van Fleet, knows what she is talking about. She lived through Mao Zedong’s Cultural Revolution.
Xi Van Fleet, who survived Chairman Mao’s Cultural Revolution, speaking before the Loudoun County school board Tuesday. (LCPS)
“I’ve been very alarmed by what’s going on in our schools,” Xi Van Fleet told the Loudoun County School Board members. “You are now teaching, training our children to be social justice warriors and to loathe our country and our history.”
She likened CRT, which critics deride as a form of “neo-racism,” to China’s Cultural Revolution, a Mao-led purge that left between 500,000 and 20 million people dead from 1966 to 1976. The estimates vary greatly and many details have been shrouded in secrecy for decades.
Van Fleet, whose son graduated from Loudoun High School in 2015, shared some of her experience growing up in China’s Sichuan province with Fox News exclusively Wednesday evening.
The Cultural Revolution began when she was 6 years old, she said, and immediately pitted students and teachers against one another by hanging “Big Posters” in hallways and the cafeteria where students could write criticisms against anyone deemed ideologically impure.
“One of the teachers was considered bourgeoisie because she liked to wear pretty clothes,” Van Fleet said. “So the students attacked her and spit on her. She was covered with spit… and pretty soon it became violence.”
Communist squads would raid homes and destroy any relics of China’s past culture, history, governments or religion, she said.
“Everything that was considered ‘old,’ feudalist, a vase, Buddhas, everything was taken out and smashed,” she said.
There were thought crimes, too.
“We were asked to report if we hear anything about someone saying anything showing that there’s a lack of complete loyalty to Mao,” she said. “There were people reporting their parents, and their parents ended up in jail.”
At 26 years old, she said, she finally made it out, traveling to the U.S. – where she immediately found freedoms she had never been able to enjoy before.
“I felt like it’s such a free country, meaning I have free access to all sorts of information – books on both sides of the issues,” she said.
American Freedoms Are Eroding
In the current political and cultural climate in the U.S., however, she said she felt some of that freedom eroding.
“I can’t really just say what I mean, even though the other side can say whatever,” she said. “To me, and to a lot of Chinese, it is heartbreaking that we escaped communism and now we experience communism here.
In her speech to the school board, which officials made her shorten to fit the one-minute limit, she drew direct parallels between what she saw back then in China and what she sees in the United States today.
“The Communist regime used the same critical theory to divide people,” she said. “The only difference is they used class instead of race.”
She said she witnessed students and teachers “turn against each other” during the pogrom and saw schools change their names “to be politically correct.”
“We were taught to denounce our heritage, and Red Guards destroyed anything that is not communist…statues, books and anything else,” she continued. “We were also encouraged to report on each other, just like the Student Equity Ambassador program and the bias reporting system.”
“This is indeed the American version of the Chinese Cultural Revolution,” she said. “The critical race theory has its roots in cultural Marxism. It should have no place in our school.”
“I just want Americans to know that their privilege is to be here living in America, that is just the biggest privilege,” Van Fleet said over the phone to Fox News Wednesday. “I do not think a lot of people understand. They are thinking they are doing the right thing, ‘be against racism’ sounds really good. But they are basically breaking the system that is against racism.”
The Loudoun County school board has doubled down on its embrace of left-wing policies, including CRT, in recent months.
Illustrating Van Fleet’s point, a group of Loudoun County parents and teachers were accused of “racketeering” and intimidating conservative parents who raised questions about the radical proposals.
Members of the “Anti-Racist Parents of Loudoun County” allegedly compiled a list of outspoken conservatives in their community in order to track, hack and “doxx” them – or even scare them into self-censorship, according to David Gordon, director of the Virginia Project, a Republican PAC.
Earlier this week, a judge ordered the district to reinstate suspended elementary school phys ed teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross after he was punished for speaking his mind during the public comment portion of a hearing on new transgender policies last month.
Cross declared that he wouldn’t “affirm that a biological boy can be a girl and vice versa because it’s against my religion. It’s lying to a child, it’s abuse to a child, and it’s sinning against our God.”
He was speaking out against a district policy proposal that would require teachers and other school staff to address “gender-expansive or transgender students” with their preferred name, pronouns and gender.
On June 1, Cross filed a lawsuit against the district’s superintendent Scott A. Ziegler and Lucia Villa Sebastian, the assistant superintendent for human resources, claiming his First Amendment rights had been violated. The president of Alliance Defending Freedom — the conservative Christian nonprofit legal group representing Cross — celebrated the ruling as a win for free expression.
3 Hours of Public Comments, 1 Minute Each
121 individuals signed up to speak at the board meeting causing that agenda item to continue for 3 hours.
River Bend Middle School 7th Grade Dean Melissa Dober said in the public comment period, “I am here to stand with Tanner Cross in defense of his first amendment rights. Like Tanner, when staff members are hired we do not surrender our rights under conditions of employment.”
She continued, “In the culturally responsive framework, equity training, and Policy 8040, it states we are to affirm students struggling with gender identity. This goes against my first amendment rights since it is against the truth of what I believe as a Christian and as a former science teacher. ”
Ian Prior, the father of two students attending Loudoun schools, said Van Fleet’s remarks to the school board “should serve as a stark warning” Wednesday.
“I think for a while now, school systems have really put this stuff in the schools right under our very noses, and we just weren’t aware,” he said. “When your kids go to school and you let them go through those doors, you’re trusting the school system to do the job that they’re supposed to do…And it took a pandemic and all the information that parents could see with this distance learning to understand exactly what was going on.”
In October, 2020 the school board set a policy to command oversight to employee speech in all forms of communication, including social media, both during and apart from school hours:
“Employees are expected to support the school division’s commitment to action-oriented equity practices through the performance of their job duties, as the Division engages in the disruption and dismantling of white supremacy, systemic racism, and language and actions motivated by race, religion, country of origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, and/or ability.”