“The world order needs a major overhaul.”-George Soros
American cities across the country are experiencing a massive rise in crime. The cities with the highest crime rates have something in common. They all have district attorneys (DAs) who were elected with financial assistance from liberal billionaire George Soros.
Soros: Largest Donor in Midterm Election
Soros put at least $126 million into the 2022 U.S. midterms, nearly double the contributions of any other donor.
This is an alarming amount of influence from someone who has played a major role in the destruction of American cities.
Soros’ contributions were deceptive because his funds were directed to his political action committee (PAC). The PAC could then distribute the money how they pleased, getting around campaign laws that prohibit direct contributions over $5,800 per candidate per cycle.
Soros District Attorneys Control Half of America
Soros has spent more than $40 million in the past decade to place liberal prosecutors in half of America’s largest jurisdictions.
Compared to other offices, you do not have to spend very much to get elected to a prosecutor’s office. When you gain office, you have an enormous influence over who gets prosecuted and charged with crimes. Instead of trying to change the law, Soros has prosecutors elected who will ignore the law.
The Democratic megadonor has backed over 75 liberal prosecutors, many of whom had little experience when elected. For many of the prosecutors, Soros was the primary financier.
In 2020, the FBI reported a 30 percent jump in homicides, its largest single-year increase in history. More than 40 percent of the homicides and 33 percent of the violent crimes and property crimes occurred in jurisdictions run by Soros DAs.
In the November midterm election, Soros financed 4 DAs who were elected. Kimberly Graham in Iowa, Jackie Sartoris in Maine, John Creuzot in Dallas County Texas, and Joe Gonzalez of Bexar County Texas.
Soros had to pour massive last-minute cash into Texas to help the 2 DAs he had previously supported and placed into office. The duo of Creuzot and Gonzalez favor lax law enforcement and lenient sentences.
Soros is not welcome in his home country of Hungary, where the government passed a “Stop Soros Law” in 2018 that made it illegal for individuals or organizations to aid undocumented immigrants. The Hungarian government concluded that Soros was attempting to destroy their country through illegal immigration.
Politicians in the United States are more vulnerable to Soros’s funding.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said, “George Soros is a major reason for the systematic decline of American law enforcement.”