Crime

Report: Crook Soros Sank $40M To Create Lawless Nightmare For Americans

George Soros is one of the most influential political figures in the United States today, and the reach of his billions is far-reaching. From attempting to shape our foreign policy to working to undermine our criminal justice system, Soros has been a driving force in remaking the country in his own liberal image.

This week, we are taking a closer look at Soros’s impact on the criminal justice system. Matt Palumbo, the author of “The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros”, has shed light on how the 92-year-old billionaire has been able to go around legislatures to decide which laws will be followed.

Let’s take a look at one of Soros’s biggest successes: the election of one of his favored prosecutors, Buta Biberaj, in Loudoun County, Virginia. Soros spent an astonishing $659,000 to back Biberaj for the position, which she won by a slim margin. In January 2020, she was sworn into the position.

In a move that shocked many, Biberaj announced last week that her office wouldn’t be directly involved in the prosecution of misdemeanor charges including hit-and-run, eluding police, reckless driving, trespassing, public drunkenness, and failure to appear. Biberaj argued that this decision would allow her office to devote more resources to victims of more serious crimes such as “murder, rape, and domestic violence, not speeding tickets.”

But the facts tell a different story. The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors decided to give Biberaj’s office a smaller budget increase than requested in 2021 due to high turnover and her handling of domestic-violence cases. Of 735 cases brought to her office, she dismissed 491, bringing only 8% to trial.

But this isn’t an isolated case. Soros has spent over $40 million to back 75 prosecutors nationwide who share his pro-criminal bent. They now represent at least one-fifth of Americans.

The actions of these Soros-backed progressives are extremely concerning, and it is no surprise that they have become household names. Kim Gardner in St. Louis, Kim Foxx in Chicago, and Chesa Boudin in San Francisco have all been in the news for their controversial decisions.

From Portland DA Mike Schmidt to Philadelphia’s Larry Krasner, these prosecutors have refused to prosecute cases, thrown out charges, and cut lax plea deals — all bypassing laws on the books. The results have been catastrophic: shootings and homicides have spiked, and Philadelphia prosecuted the lowest number of felony cases in 30 years in 2020.

Soros’s influence in the criminal justice system is undeniable, and his actions have had devastating consequences. His attempts to shape the law have only served to make the US a more dangerous place for law-abiding citizens, and his legacy of lawlessness will be felt for years to come.

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