BROWARD COUNTY, FL – It looks like Soros has his dirty little paws in yet another contentious race.
Broward county prosecutor candidate Joe Kimok has received at least $490,000 in campaign contributions from committees controlled by George Soros.
In an eight way race, Kimok could win with as little as 20% of the vote. To get there, Soros’ money can go a long way.
If he wins, he will be in a position to follow through on his wish list of changes to policies in the prosecutor’s office.
This includes: never seeking the death penalty, no prosecution of most drug and trafficking offenses, no prosecution of prostitution, panhandling, prowling, possession of marijuana or drug paraphernalia, no jail before trial or petty theft from stores, resisting arrest without violence, and more.
Kimok sounds like a proper defense attorney. Putting him in the prosecutor’s office would make trial fixing unnecessary for some well-heeled defendants. They will be prosecuted less often and penalties will be less severe when they are.
If Kimok wins, it won’t be the first time that someone without the heart to actually prosecute criminals was elected to the office. It also won’t be the first time George Soros helped them win the office.
Last July, Soros donated $100,000 to a PAC to support St. Louis prosecutor Kim Gardner.
This is the prosecutor who charged a St. Louis couple with felony counts of “weapons brandishing” after they defended their home against about 300 protesters who had violently broken the wrought iron gate to their street, then trespassed on their property and threatened them.
Gardner declined to prosecute protesters arrested in a separate incident, allowing all of them to go free without penalty.
Soros was even more generous with Chicago area Cook County prosecutor Kim Foxx. He gave $2,000,000 to the Illinois Justice and Public Safety PAC, which then gave the money to Foxx for her re-election campaign.
He also gave $480,000 to her first election campaign in 2016.
Foxx is the infamous prosecutor who inexplicably dropped all charges against Jussie Smollett for his attempted smear of President Trump and his supporters by hoaxing a hate crime against himself.
In 2016, Soros spent more than $3 million to elect prosecutors in six states. In a positive write-up of the liberal donor in Politico, Soros’ contributions are described as an effort to support criminal justice reform and redefining drug policy.
According to Politico, Soros’ philanthropic contributions are probably a good thing because they will reduce injustice in the justice system.
The problem is that leniency on crime is the trademark policy of every Soros-backed candidate. If you think rising crime rates, a demoralized police force, and increased costs due to the depredations of criminals, then sure, it’s a good thing.
If, on the other hand, you would rather not decorate your streets with junkies, do not want strangers pawning your possessions in local shops, and prefer that assaults and murders are kept to a minimum, you might think that electing Soros’ candidates would be a bad thing.
If you fall into that camp, you might also wonder why Soros would consistently back prosecutors who all but guarantee to lower the standard of living in any county that elects them.
Soros’ strategy is clever. In much the same way that speculators made fortunes in the early eighties by investing in silver rather than gold, Soros has figured out that his dollars go farther in prosecutor races than more expensive, higher exposure campaigns like governor and president.
Not that he stays out of those campaigns, but prosecutor campaigns are relatively free of well-financed opponents. The consequence is that the cost of winning those campaigns can be very low by the standards of a billionaire like Soros.
More than that, prosecutors have an out-size influence on local politics. A simple decision not to prosecute, which is within their discretion, can allow hundreds of rioters to go free, as we have seen in cities across the country. It can also result in costly prosecutions of political opponents and their supporters, like the St. Louis couple prosecuted for defending their property.
One might think there are rules against contributions from non-residents, who have no interest in local elections. However, limitations are on dollar amounts, not residency.
All American citizens can vote in presidential elections, but can only vote within their state for state elections, or their county for county elections. Why is it that there are no similar restrictions on campaign contributions?
Soros is changing the face of criminal justice, by bludgeoning it with bags of money. He does this in counties that can’t possibly affect his own standard of living. Instead, he backs prosecutors who ensure looser penalties and fewer prosecutions in counties that will feel the deleterious effects of his “generosity” for years to come.
The collapse of law enforcement will usher in the end of America as we know it
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It’s something that you don’t really consider when you’re young. You can do anything. You’re invincible.
But as we grow older, we start considering that mortality.
It’s time we start considering the mortality of America.
I spend a substantial amount of time working in two different arenas – the world of law enforcement and the business world.
By day, I run a marketing agency. Among the areas we work in, we do extensive work in the firearms industry. My travels take me across the country – often to some of the most rural parts of America.
By night, I am the National Spokesman for Law Enforcement Today. I’m not a police officer. I was tapped because I can do one thing cops can’t do. I can give them a voice. I can run my mouth and no agency can fire me.
That travel that I referenced – both in the business world and supporting the LE world – has afforded me countless opportunities to work side by side with some of the greatest patriots in America. My closest friends are either in law enforcement or either active or retired members of some of the most elite military forces in America. And from our greatest warriors to our everyday citizens… I can tell you the underlying fear that so many are thinking about – and that’s the seemingly inevitable collapse of society if we don’t make some monumental changes.
As a Christian, I believe we are in the middle of some serious spiritual warfare. But you don’t have to be a Christian to understand that the very soul of America is under attack right now. And the rapid erosion of the Thin Blue Line has us sitting on a powder keg.
Historically, if you look at the collapse of some of the greatest empires in the world, it happened from within. Simply put, it raises the distinct danger that America won’t be conquered by foreign enemies … but rather from domestic ones.
When historians say that an empire fell, it means that the central state no longer exercised its broad power. That happens either because the state itself ceased to exist or because the state’s power was reduced as parts of the empire became independent of its control.
It typically doesn’t happen because of a single cause, but rather a long process. The main factors that historically lead to imperial collapse are:
- Economic issues
- Social and cultural issues
- Environmental issues
- Political issues
Now none of these factors are causes in and of themselves, but rather are ways to categorize causes.
What that means is you wouldn’t make a determination that Rome fell because of politics, but rather you’d explore political factors to understand the collapse. And in those issues are warning signs for us as Americans.
That brings me to the threat we face today.
Have you ever heard of something called the Cloward-Piven strategy? It’s not exactly something the mainstream media talks about… but it’s something you need to be aware of, because it’s what we’re facing in America today.
American sociologists and political activists Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven created the political strategy in 1966. The idea behind it is to overload the U.S. public welfare system to create a crisis that would lead to a replacement of the welfare system with a socialist system of “a guaranteed annual income and thus an end to poverty”.
If that doesn’t describe what we’re seeing from Democrats who are running for POTUS right now, I don’t know what does. But it’s a much bigger threat than you might realize. That’s because it’s so incredibly pervasive. It’s poisoning the very roots of America.
And it calls to mind the words of Jefferson:
“The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is it’s natural manure.”
We are seeing groups here in America demanding open borders. Demanding the decriminalization of crossing into our country illegally.
At the same time, across our great country, we are seeing the CRIMINALIZATION of law enforcement. It’s gotten so bad in states like the People’s Republic of California and Connecticut that we’re seeing the crash and burn of morale in law enforcement.
We’re seeing agencies desperate for officers, because as more and more retire (or count down the minutes to retirement), we see a deficit in the number of incoming recruits. After all, why would you want to live a life of service when you’re just going to be attacked for that service?
We see political activists masquerading as police chiefs. We see them working hand in hand with liberal politicians to not only attack the rights of law-abiding citizens, but also to destroy the morale of their own departments. We watch as they flat out disrespect the oath of office they took and put officers in no-win situations.
If I were to design a road map for how to collapse America, starting with law enforcement, here’s what it would look like.
Step one: Divide the protectors.
The refusal to allow rank and file patrol officers to cooperate with federal law enforcement to uphold the law. It’s a slap in the face to Americans and it’s a dereliction of duty. It’s also a clear and intentional move to create a divide between local, state and federal law enforcement. Divide the protectors… conquer a society.
Step two: Divide the supporters.
Force officers to choose between enforcing unconstitutional legislation like Red Flag laws, which deny citizens of their right to due process… and providing for their own family.
Make cops the bad guys. Take the people who have historically supported law enforcement and convince them that cops are now the enemy. Divide the supporters… conquer a society.
Step three: Remove their protection
Make cops afraid to be cops. Encourage disrespect on them like water bucket attacks. Don’t go after the criminals who attack them. When officers arrest criminals, let them back out on the street within hours because a liberal judge determined that the violent suspect with a lengthy criminal history isn’t actually a threat. Then threaten law enforcement officers that if they do their job, they’ll be investigated. That if they have to fight for their lives, they’ll end up being charged. Remove both their desire and their ability to police.
Step four: Flood America
By some estimates, one million people will make illegal entry into America this year.
There are fewer than 850,000 law enforcement officers in America. Do the math.
Now let criminals create havoc in society but instead of deporting them or actually cracking down on crime, let Americans know that the real problem is guns owned by law abiding citizens and pass legislation to take away their rights.
Step five: Destroy our homes
Own the media. Own Hollywood. Force feed Anti-American, socialist and communist policies into our homes and our education system. Convince our children that right is wrong and wrong is right. Take God out of society, destroy the family structure and teach everyone that the solution to your problems is in the form of pills, porn and the government.
Step Six: Bypass Congress for gun control
Have “private businesses” like Dicks and Walmart determine what you can and can’t buy. Allow Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, YouTube, LinkedIn and snap determine what you can see and what you can say… because it’s not a violation of the 1st Amendment if it’s done by private enterprise.
Step Seven: Use “social justice” to vilify love of country
Take every patriotic American who wants to see a better country for their children and call them a racist, etc. if you don’t agree with them. Then mass report them on social media to make sure their accounts are cancelled and their voices are shut down.
Then say you think they’re a threat and have a judge determine that combat veterans and our nation’s greatest warriors need to be disarmed because of post-traumatic stress. Then force officers to go to war with their own brothers and sisters.
It’s happening right in front of our eyes. And it’s starting with a full onslaught against our law enforcement officers in every way, shape and form.
Want to save America? We need to start by understanding the enemy. And sometimes the biggest threat that an empire faces is the enemy within.
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