Map Released Showing Soros-Funded DAs Nationwide

( – Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, the prosecutor responsible for indicting Donald Trump, is one of a long list who has the support of the extreme-left billionaire George Soros. The Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, an organization that defends police officers accused of crimes, said, “If you’re just learning about Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg today, you need to know he’s just the tip of the iceberg. The US currently has at least 75 Soros-backed social justice prosecutors – supported through campaign dollars and/or Soros-funded progressive infrastructure group.” 

Prosecutors are increasingly viewed as a vehicle for “progressive” concepts to be injected into the criminal justice system as they are soft on crime and therefore spearhead revolutionary chaos on the nation’s streets. In New York, only days after Bragg took office, he told his staff that a wide variety of criminal offenses would no longer be prosecuted. These included prostitution and some drugs offenses. 

The Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund has provided a map showing where such prosecutors are located throughout the US, as well as detail on who was funded by Soros and how much they received. These include Alvin Bragg, but also the Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, who received $2 million, Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon, who was funded to the tune of $4.7 million, and Lawrence Krasner, the DA in Philadelphia, who was paid $1.3 million. 

The desire to dismantle the criminal justice system is part of a broader far-left plan to demolish capitalist and democratic societies. In 2020, defunding the police became a rallying cry as leftists targeted law and order by accusing law enforcement agencies and officers of racism and bigotry. The mantra is now at the heart of mainstream politics given its adoption by the Democratic Party. It has allowed for the proposal of absurd policies such as the one in California that plans to give hundreds of thousands (even millions) of dollars to every black person in the state.

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