George Soros Just Got The BAD News…

In recent times, district attorneys supported by political action committees funded by George Soros have been experiencing electoral defeats and recalls as crime rates soar in cities across America. The district attorney in Portland recently lost the reelection bid, while the district attorney in Los Angeles is facing challenging odds for reelection. These prosecutors have been recipients of campaign funds from Soros-backed political action committees, adding to the trend observed among Soros-supported prosecutors nationwide.

Soros-backed district attorneys have been rejected by voters in various regions, including Loudoun County, Virginia, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, and San Francisco. In 2023, St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner chose to resign rather than face removal by Missouri’s attorney general.

“Local prosecutor races are the most important races that nobody paid attention to until George Soros exploited the system by electing radical, progressive prosecutors who had no intention of enforcing our laws,” Protecting Americans Action Fund Executive Director Ada Furciniti said. “With crime rising in our cities, even liberal communities have had enough,” she continued. “The realization that soft-on-crime policies are harmful to these communities has contributed to Protecting Americans Action Fund’s success in defeating Soros-supported candidates, and electing individuals who enforce our laws and stand with victims instead of acting as de-facto defense attorneys.”

Multnomah County District Attorney Mike Schmidt, who oversees Portland, recently suffered defeat in his reelection campaign to a former Republican promising stricter enforcement on drug-related offenses and other matters. Schmidt, who received $213,000 in donations tied to George Soros for his reelection bid, witnessed a notable surge in crime in Portland. During the 2020 riots following George Floyd’s death, Schmidt chose not to prosecute protesters arrested for trespassing, disorderly conduct, or obstructing a police officer, as per the Associated Press.

Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price could potentially be the next Soros-supported prosecutor to face removal. In April, organizers gathered enough signatures to initiate a recall election against Price, as reported by the Alameda County Registrar of Voters. Local activists accused Price of exacerbating local crime by prioritizing criminals’ interests over those of victims. Crime rates in Alameda County rose after Price assumed office in January 2023, with a significant increase in violent crime in Oakland, spiking by 21% during Price’s initial ten months in office, based on police data. The California Justice and Public Safety PAC, predominantly funded by Soros, contributed $700,000 to Price’s 2018 district attorney campaign. Although Price lost in 2018, she secured victory upon running again in 2022, without apparent contributions from Soros.

Polling indicates that Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon, another prosecutor backed by Soros, may also face removal. An April poll shows challenger Nathan Hochman leading Gascon by over 20%. Homicides and shootings rose under Gascon’s tenure as he sought to prevent prosecutors from pressing charges for certain misdemeanors, according to the Los Angeles Times. Soros has reportedly donated millions to support Gascon, as per the Los Angeles Times.

By Trent Walker

Trent Walker has over ten years experience as an undercover reporter, focusing on politics, corruption, crime, and deep state exposés.

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