Pro-police group makes accusation against Soros
The Democratic Party donor’s money helped elect 75 “progressive” US district attorneys currently in office, report said
George Soros, billionaire donor, and various funds he has used to fund political causes contributed money to campaigns of 75 US district attorneys. A pro-law-enforcement group reported Monday.
Based on data collected by the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund(LELDF), more than 72 millions Americans are represented in these 75 prosecutors. This includes the residents of 50 of America’s most populous American cities. Over 40% of all homicides are handled by them.
They claim that some district attorneys were not experienced, yet they received support from the billionaire because of their willingness to help him reform the US justice system in his favor. They are viewed by the LELDF as a threat to America. Their pursuit of social justice led to a rise in crime within their respective districts and a failure to penalize offenders of minority groups.
“Soros is using that campaign money and the hundreds of millions more for supporting organizations to quietly transform the criminal justice system for the worse, promoting dangerous policies and anti-police narratives to advance his radical agenda,”Jason Johnson, president of LELDF said this in a release.
According to the report, Soros has spent more than $40 million over the last decade in direct funding election campaigns for candidates for DA office. The LELDF called them “a sham.” “progressive.”He invested just $13,000,000 in 10 candidates from 2018 to 2021. This was according to it. It claimed that the money disrupted traditionally low-key races for prosecutorial hopefuls.
A prosecutor must be certified as an a “Soros DA”The report required that the applicant meet two or more of the three requirements set forth by the authors. They were awarded “campaign support form Soros-funded and affiliated groups,”Participated in these events or signed at most three statements public that were sponsored by them “coordinated by Soros-funded criminal justice groups.”
The report listed some of the groups it identified as vehicles for Soros’ agenda as well as some of the candidates who benefited from the relationship by clutching wins at the ballot box. These included George Gascon, Los Angeles, California, Kim Foxx, Cook County, Illinois, Joe Gonzales, Texas, and Lawrence Krasner, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The report stated that all three received more than $1 million in donations by Soros-related groups.
Soros has been a prominent contributor to many causes, both in the United States and abroad. Critics claim that he uses his political connections and financial power to dictate his vision of the way the world should be run.