Sick! Soros Sank $40M To Support Criminals To Undermine The Law
It's no secret that George Soros is one of the wealthiest and most influential people in the United States. But what many people don't realize is the reach of his billions goes far beyond just politics and foreign policy. Soros has been using his money to systematically dismantle and weaken the American criminal justice system.
Take the case of Buta Biberaj, the Soros-backed prosecutor in Loudoun County, Virginia. He poured an unbelievable $659,000 into her campaign, ultimately helping her get elected by a slim margin. But once she took office, things got even worse. Biberaj announced that her office would no longer prosecute misdemeanor crimes like hit-and-run, eluding police, and public drunkenness.
It's easy to see why her office's decision was met with shock and outrage. Not only did it fly in the face of existing laws on the books, but it also meant that victims of more serious crimes wouldn't get the attention they deserved. And it wasn't just Biberaj. Soros has funneled an estimated $40 million into the campaigns of 75 district attorneys nationwide, all of whom have a shared pro-criminal bent.
From Kim Gardner in St. Louis to Kim Foxx in Chicago and Chesa Boudin in San Francisco, these Soros-backed prosecutors have refused to prosecute cases, thrown out charges, and cut lax plea deals – all in an effort to undermine the law. And the end result? A rise in shootings and homicides, and the lowest number of felony cases in Philadelphia in 30 years.
It's sickening to think that one man can have such an outsized influence on our justice system. But that's the reality of George Soros and his mission to remake America in his own twisted image. He has no respect for the laws of the land and has done more harm than good. It's time for the American people to wake up and realize the danger that Soros poses. Let's take back our criminal justice system and put an end to Soros's reign of terror.