George Soros’ anti-reality bid to justify funding pro-crime DAs

Billionaire George Soros, who has given millions to district-lawyer candidates promising to keep criminals out of jail, writes in the Wall Street Journal that their efforts are “popular”. Really? Then why did they need a pillar to defend them?

In fact, Soros’ entire argument for his pro-criminal agenda is based on the mirror-contrast of reality. Starting with his apparently ridiculous claim that he is “concerned about crime.”

Look at the organizations it funds: They’re not anti-crime or law-enforcement groups, but rather community resource hubs for safety and accountability, which (as The Post reported) received $3 million and assisted advocates who “address the damage” policing. ,

found it? he sees policing as something harmful which needs to be addressed. Some “concern” for the offense.

Indeed, anyone even remotely familiar with Soros’ funding knows that his aim is not crime-prevention, but Result-Dedicated to “disinformation” for crime prevention, especially through donations to DA wannabes. That is what his next claim, that the system is “full of injustices” because so many people are sent to prison, so humiliating.

How unjust is it to put law breakers (especially dangerous people) behind bars? To set them free is gross injustice, as any victim will tell you. it also encourages More Crime, by indicating that law breakers do not pay any price for their actions.

Soros cites “injustice” because, he says, blacks are “five times more likely to be sent to prison” as whites. Yet he overlooks the fact that blacks are also suspects at much higher rates: In New York last year, they made up less than 22% of the population, but accounted for 64% of murder suspects, according to NYPD data. Of the 32% of the population white, only 5% were suspects.

At the same time, 67 percent murder the victim were black, 24% Hispanic and just 6% white. He is going Soft Purposes (of any race) ensures that blacks suffer the most “injustice”.

MORE: Soros claims his “goal is not protecting police,” yet will shift funds away from them and toward youth-job programs and “education behind the bar.” Then, if Purpose is never put behind bars, what good will a prison education do to them?

Another Soros “goal”: “to restore trust between the police and the police.” Again, polls have shown that minorities need as much, if not more, with policing and real consequences. defaming the police and failing to lock the purvey only inflicts damage Confidence.

Former San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin, who was backed by Soros, was recently recalled.
AP Photo / Eric Risberg

And here’s a real doozy: He claims “no connection” between “correction-minded prosecutors” and increased crime rates. Well, he helped establish Kim Foxx in Chicago and Larry Krasner in Philadelphia, and both cities have seen historic crime spikes. mere coincidence?

Soros acknowledges that “scholars” have linked the country’s crime rise to “a pullback in policing” in the wake of George Floyd protests and “increased gun smuggling”. Yet the groups they support have been part of that anti-police, pro-criminal movement. Oh, and maybe gun-smuggling wouldn’t have increased that much if the DAs he offered had stopped the smugglers. It’s a while to start blaming the Floyd riots anyway.

Most bile: his threat continue Supports pro-DA candidates, arguing that their funding lets them make their case for the public, and that “judging by the results, the public likes what they’re hearing.”

like? San Francisco just booted its “reformation-minded” DA Chesa Boudin. Los Angeles is on the verge of doing the same with Soros-backed DA Jorge Gascon. In New York, gubernatorial candidate Rep. Lee Zeldin is garnering support by vowing to fire another Soros fave Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg.

Forget Soros’ crap. Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) took it more precisely: “Everywhere Soros-backed prosecutors go, crime follows,” he told The Post. “The only good Soros prosecutor is a defeated Soros prosecutor.”

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