Soros Spent $40M Electing Prosecutors Who Disregard Law and Order

(Ezekiel LosekeHeadline USA) Infamous oligarch George Soros spent $40 million on electing prosecuting attorneys who will not enforce the law, in yet another example of him purchasing government offices to undermine the American way of life.

Soros spent $40 million on 75 prosecutor’s elections. These prosecutors oppose law and order, favoring the Left’s so-called criminal justice reforms, were elected in the midterms, according to the New York Post.

One such attorney is Buta Biberaj, the prosecutor for the commonwealth of Loudon County, Virginia. Soros spent $659,000 backing her in her race, an election she won by 0.2% despite her significant advantage in funding.

Last week Biberaj announced that her office would not prosecute misdemeanor crimes. These crimes include hit-and-run, evading arrest, reckless driving, trespassing and failure to appear in court.

Portland DA Mike Schmidt received $320,000 from Soros. He announced that he would not prosecute rioters in the summer of 2020. Indeed, Schmidt has defended rioters, despite the fact that rioting is a felony.

Philadelphia DA Larry Krasner received $1.5 million from Soros. He dropped 60% of cases on shooting and 37% of illegal gun cases in his first two years in office. Shootings have spiked.

Orlando’s state attorney for the Judicial Court of Florida, Aramis Ayala, received $1.4 million from Soros. Alaya has dropped criminal charges in exchange for the criminal watching an educational video.

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon received $2.25 million from Soros, and he has produced reforms to actively protect illegal immigrants from deportation.

Soros, through a complex web of shadow corporations, has spent billions of dollars shifting the American political system to the Left. This includes:

Joe Rogan summarized Soros’s political operation well. “He funds corrosion—it’s like he wants these cities to fall apart, he wants crime to flourish. It’s almost like he’s an evil person in a Batman movie.”