George Soros is targeting the United States’ criminal justice system in a new campaign against voters who doused cold water on his world domination plans by sweeping Trump into the Oval Office 16 short months ago.
Soros, through his non-profit organization Open Society Foundation, is targeting four specific district attorney races in California. He’s throwing everything he can at positions in San Diego, Sacramento, Alameda and Contra Costa counties, and $18 billion may just buy him a lawyer or two.
Tough on Crime?
The time-tested strategy to win almost any public seat – toughening up on criminals – has candidates scrambling to secure endorsements from law enforcement and promising constituents they’ll be tough adversaries for criminals. Soros and his cronies have turned that notion upside down and are promising the exact opposite: lower incarceration rates, an attack on police brutality, and regulation of bail limits that they feel discriminate against poor offenders.
Campaigns on crime have most often played to peoples’ fears, but Soros is banking on upping the anger against police to drive leftists to the voting booth. As Margaret Dooley-Sammuli, criminal justice and drug policy director for California’s ACLU, said in a recent interview, “It’s really coming from this Black Lives Matter moment of police accountability.”
The other tried-and-true electoral tradition of negative campaigning is on full display. Noah Phillips, a Democrat running in Sacramento County, is attacking his opponent non-stop with a series of ads and personal appearances. In a strategy headed up by the Open Society, he has assailed his opponent for failing to charge an officer who shot a civilian. Soros’ team took over the creative and financial responsibility for the TV hit against Phillips’ opponent. Hopefully, Soros will also give him a job if he loses, since Phillips’ rival is also his current boss, District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert.
Although Phillips has Cari Tuna, senior adviser to Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign, on his side, it may all be for naught as new details have come to light, painting Phillips into a corner. Specifically, he condoned a racist and sexually charged work email exchange with his 70-year-old uncle, claiming it was, “Work appropriate. Appropriate anywhere.” Where’s Alyssa Milano when you need her?
The Soros-backed candidates may be happy to smear their opponents, but San Diego County incumbent Summer Stephens is fighting back with her own brand of fear-mongering, as seen on the website Threat to San Diego which links Soros to leftist groups Antifa and Black Lives Matter.
Caught in the Crosshairs
What is somewhat interesting is that Soros’ hit list not only targets Republicans but also ventures into Democrat safe spaces and a few people have surprisingly found themselves in the crosshairs. For example, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley is a true-blue state kind of gal, with endorsements from law enforcement organizations and leaders, Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA), and labor unions to name a few. Her Soros backed opponent is a civil rights lawyer named Pamela Price, who criticizes O’Malley’s ties with law enforcement. Yeah, we wouldn’t want crimefighting folks working together, now would we?
Those clever people at Open Society Foundation are dropping propaganda on Price’s behalf, calling for an end to “racist stop-and-frisk policies” and pledging that she would end those incorrigible practices.
Is Justice for Sale?
George Soros and his ilk have thrown billions of dollars at willing patsies with the intent to overthrow the government and destroy our way of life. This country is not his monopoly board game, nor are Americans his tokens. As we have witnessed of late, true patriots, when called, will rise up against tyranny and the destruction of our great nation time and again, to protect our way of life.