The Soros Connection To The Nation-Wide Rise In Crime:

Written By BlabberBuzz | Sunday, 19 December 2021 02:15
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For the last couple of years, billionaire philanthropist George Soros has been quietly subsidizing a revolution in criminal justice reform, doling out tens of millions of dollars in the process to Progressive candidates in district attorney races throughout the country amid movements to abolish bail and defund the police.

Working with an activist attorney, Soros, 91, mainly pipes cash through a complex web of federal and state political action committees as well as non-profits from coast to coast, public records show.

According to a report last year, the Foundation to Promote Open Society, a nonprofit in Soros’ orbit, presented $3 million to the Community Resource Hub for Safety and Accountability. The group provides resources to “local advocates and organizations working to address the harm of policing in the U.S.”

Hungarian-born philanthropist Soros and his Open Society group of nonprofits have mainly doled out cash to political action campaigns controlled by attorney and criminal justice reform activist Whitney Tymas. At 60 years old, she is the treasurer of the Justice and Safety PAC and 20 other similarly named groups at both the state and federal levels.

The various PACs' objective is to focus on electing Progressives to end tough policing and mass incarceration, Tymas asserts. “If we are to reach a place of true progress, it will take the sustained efforts of local elected prosecutors across the country to rectify and reimagine their role in the criminal legal system — not just as gatekeepers, but as active catalysts for change,” wrote Tymas in an opinion article last year.

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Her efforts, coupled with Soros’ largesse, have played a major role in some of the most controversial district attorney campaigns in the U.S., including Chesa Boudin in San Francisco, George Gascon in Los Angeles, and Larry Krasner in Philadelphia, and Kim Foxx in Chicago, among others. According to public filings, Soros also donated $1 million to Alvin Bragg’s successful DA campaign in Manhattan, funneling the cash through the Color of Change non-profit.

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“George Soros has quietly orchestrated the dark money political equivalent of ‘shock and awe,’ on local attorney races through the country, shattering records, flipping races and essentially making a mockery of our entire campaign finance system,” stated Tom Anderson, director of the Government Integrity Project at the National Legal and Policy Center in Virginia.

Calls to Soros’ camp were dismissively ignored on Thursday.

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Between 2015 and 2019, Soros and his affiliated non-profits spent more than $17 million on local DA races in support of Left-wing candidates, according to the Capital Research Center, a non-profit that tracks lobbying and charitable giving. That number is anticipated to top $20 million in the last two years, according to estimates from the NLPC.

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