(JustPatriots.com)- Breitbart just published an in-depth analysis of dark money flowing through billionaire Democrat donor George Soros, and described how he is now turning his focus to “local races for prosecutor” and electing “progressives” who advocate “criminal justice reform.”
The report by Joel Pollack describes how the rise of Soros-supported prosecutors across the United States has correlated with a huge surge in crime and murders across many Democrat-run cities across the country. Many of those cities have also seen the Soros-backed prosecutors pushing far-left policies relating to policing, sentencing, and incarceration.
In other words, George Soros is using his money to make cities more dangerous, all in the name of electing progressives to virtually any office he can get them in.
One example offered by Pollak is Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon, who has faced widespread criticism for the policies he has advocated for and implemented since taking office. Backed by Soros, the LA DA saw a 53.9% increase in murders since 2019.
The report also provided a full list of prosecutors who have been elected with the support of George Soros.
These include George Gascon, as well as Chicago’s Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, Philadelphia’s District Attorney Larry Krasner, Houston’s Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg, Dallas County District Attorney John Cruezot, and more.
The list is…long. It also includes the exact details behind their election and how Soros support them.
New York Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, for instance, was elected thanks to the support of Color of Change PAC, an organization that received $1 million from Soros. Bragg recently hit headlines after announcing that he would end incarceration and sentencing for a variety of crimes in the city. All pre-trial incarceration has been ended in New York City for virtually all crimes, except homicide and a handful of others.
Be sure to check out the full report here, and check out the book on Soros and his influence over American politics by Matt Palumbo here.