Soros-Funded Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx Continues to Do Serious Damage to the People of Chicago

Kim Foxx, the Cook County State’s Attorney funded by Soros, has been a complete catastrophe for the people of Chicago.

In just her first three years, Foxx dropped more than 25,000 felony cases in the Chicago area.

Foxx has announced that she won’t run for re-election in 2024. However, she still has two years to keep implementing policies that cause chaos in the city.

On Tuesday, Foxx unilaterally declared in a statement that County prosecutors will no longer oppose the waiving of court-ordered fines and fees.

“One of the tragedies of the criminal justice system is that a disproportionate amount of its financing is shouldered by people of color and those living in poverty,” Foxx said.

“Rather than end the cycles of racial disparities and criminalization, fees, and fines perpetuate them,” she added.

The statement also highlighted the “victories” during her time in office.

As reported by Wirepoints:

For example, she made a point of listing among her accomplishments, in her new press release about fees, that she increased “the non-violent shoplifting felony threshold to $1,000.” That made it open season on retailers to steal up to that threshold. Have no doubt about the mindset of progressives like her. In California, as reported by Newsweek, lawmakers are hoping to push through controversial legislation that would ban retail staff from stopping thieves stealing from their stores.

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She has expressed no regret for her attempt to let Jussie Smollett off free, bringing international ridicule on Cook County. In his faked hate crime in Chicago, Smollett happily tried to throw under the bus both the supposed perpetrators, who had been his friends, as well as the entire criminal justice system.

Assistant State’s Attorney Jason Poje resigned in May after two decades of serving the people of Cook County. He wrote a scathing letter upon his departure, stating:

“And yet, I’m leaving. Why could that be? The simple fact is that this State and County have set themselves on a course to disaster. And the worst part is that the agency for whom I work has backed literally every policy change that has the predictable, and predicted, outcome of more crime and more people getting hurt.”

The City of Chicago is in for a long two-year journey.

Check out this video on Kim Foxx’s deadly activities for the people of Chicago:

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By Hunter Fielding
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