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Soros-Funded District Attorneys are Changing the Landscape of Civil Society

Call it what you like, chief prosecutor, district attorney, commonwealth attorney, or circuit attorney, the title doesn't change the job description. In 2016, in response to Trump taking the White House, Soros thru his organizations has been actively funding what is considered District Attorneys in several states. With little knowledge about who is funding these attorneys, people up and voted for what they considered the more popular candidate, who had the most sign footage, or the most commercials on television.

Needless to say, his organization has funded several district attorneys throughout the country changing forever the landscape of the areas they were appointed to. Often to the detriment of the citizens that voted them into office.

Kim Gardner

Kim Gardner tops the list with her political prosecution of political opponents. Gardner took office in 2017. She was Missouri's first African American to head the Circuit Attorney's Office. Despite the high crime in St. Louis, where the police sought 7,045 felony cases a mere 1,641 were prosecuted by Gardner's office.

Gardner did spend an inordinate amount of time, attempting to prosecute the Governor of Missouri, Eric Greitens claiming he had ethical issues. Later, it was discovered that Gardner had launched a bogus investigation into the Governor, and had hired investigators who were charged with perjury, and evidence tampering.

Gardner was the lead prosecutor in the case against the McCloskeys for protecting their home when a mob descended on them in a gated community. Claiming they were brandishing weapons against the mob. She was later removed from the case, due to “the appearance that she initiated a criminal prosecution for political purposes.”

She was caught lying about police officers, admitted to campaign finance violations, and has badly handled murder cases, never the less, her dismal record of corruption and maladministration prompted the Soros organizations to send $116,000 to aid her re-election efforts. She was again voted in despite the murder capital title of her city.

Alvin Bragg

One of Soros newest pet District attorneys elected in 2021 Alvin Bragg a "soft-on-crime" district attorney issued a memo within days of taking office instructing prosecutors to reduce charges filed by police in various cases. Among some of the instructions are:

Armed robbers who use guns or other deadly weapons to stick up stores and other businesses will be prosecuted only for petty larceny, a misdemeanor, provided no victims were seriously injured and there’s no “genuine risk of physical harm” to anyone. Armed robbery, a class B felony, would typically be punishable by a maximum of 25 years in prison, while petty larceny subjects offenders to up to 364 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Convicted criminals caught with weapons other than guns will have those felony charges downgraded to misdemeanors unless they’re also charged with more serious offenses. Criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, a class D felony, is punishable by up to 7 years behind bars.
Burglars who steal from residential storage areas, parts of homes that aren’t “accessible to a living area” and businesses located in mixed-use buildings will be prosecuted for a low-level class D felony that only covers break-ins instead of for more serious crimes. Those more serious crimes, class B and class C felonies, would be punishable by up to 25 and up to 15 years in prison respectively.
Drug dealers believed to be “acting as a low-level agent of a seller” will be prosecuted only for misdemeanor possession. Also, suspected dealers will only be prosecuted on felony charges if they’re also accused of more serious crimes or are actually caught in the act of selling drugs. That felony would mean facing up to seven years behind bars.

His soft-on-crime issues have not deterred him from indicting former President Donald Trump " for falsifying New York business records in order to conceal damaging information and unlawful activity from American voters before and after the 2016 election."

Soros thru his organizations donated $1.1 Million dollars to groups supporting Bragg and his "get Trump" policies as well as his soft on crime issues.

George Gascon

Nearly half of the $6 Million dollars spent on California district attorney races was spent on the election of George Gascon. The Orange County Register just outside of Los Angeles County believes that his policies endanger public safety.

Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón has enthusiastically embraced radical, pro-criminal, anti-law enforcement policies to fulfill his misguided and dangerous ideology. His policies have ratcheted down punishment to its bare minimum and significantly reduced the prosecution of crime. Murders, gang shootings, organized theft and crime rates have skyrocketed.
Gascón’s destructive policies are not only unnecessarily costing innocent human lives, but they have resulted in increased economic devastation for families and businesses, ranging from mom-and-pop shops to large retailers. Gascón’s devotion to his ill-informed criminal justice agenda has created a public safety crisis, as well as an economic sinkhole. People have been impacted and traumatized by violent crime, and some businesses have been forced to close stores altogether due to organized shoplifting.

Below is a list of Soros-funded district attorneys and the area they serve. Does your county have one of these people on its payroll? This list is brought to you compliments of Parker Thayer at Capitol Research.

  • Pamela Price: Alameda County, California

  • Diana Becton: Contra Costa County, California

  • Monique Worrell: Ninth Judicial Circuit (Orange and Osceola Counties), Florida

  • Shalena Cook Jones: Chatham County, Georgia

  • Darius Pattillo: Henry County, Georgia

  • Kim Foxx: Cook County (Chicago), Illinois

  • Kimberley Graham: Polk County, Iowa

  • James Stewart: Caddo Parish, Louisiana

  • Jason Williams: Orleans Parish, Louisiana

  • Jackie Sartoris: Cumberland County, Maine

  • Scott Colom: Circuit Court District Sixteen, Mississippi

  • Jody Owens: Hinds County, Mississippi

  • Raul Torrez: Attorney General, New Mexico

  • David Clegg: Ulster County, New York

  • Larry Krasner: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Jack Stollsteimer: Delaware County, Pennsylvania

  • Joe Gonzalez: Bexar County (San Antonio), Texas

  • John Creuzot: Dallas County, Texas

  • Brian Middleton: Fort Bend County, Texas

  • Kim Ogg: Harris County (Houston), Texas

  • José Garza: Travis County (Austin), Texas

  • Parisa Dehghani-Tafti: Arlington County and City of Falls Church, Virginia

  • Steve Descano: Fairfax County, Virginia

  • Buta Biberaj: Loudoun County, Virginia

  • Ramin Fatehi: Norfolk County, Virginia

  • Stephanie Morales: Portsmouth County, Virginia

  • John Chisholm: Milwaukee County, Wisconsin

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Wow more than I expected in Texas you would think they at least would know better. So sad.

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10. Apr. 2023

True. They need to be removed and disbarred. Protocols also need to be instituted to stop them from arising again. It won't happen with our current public servants unless people like those in the Freedom Caucus become the majority. They are already taking the fight to these DA's as Jim Jordan subpoenas the DA previous to Bragg.

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