Liberal billionaire George Soros has quietly flooded cash into local district attorney races across numerous states in recent years, notching yet another victory Tuesday in Philadelphia.
Larry Krasner, a progressive defense attorney who has joked that he built a career that made him “completely unelectable,” made his way out of a crowded Democratic field of eight candidates before defeating Republican prosecutor Beth Grossman by more than 40 percentage points in Tuesday’s district attorney election in Philadelphia.
Krasner, who has represented Occupy Philadelphia and Black Lives Matter, and has sued the police department more than 75 times, had a major fundraising advantage that was provided almost exclusively by Soros, who has made it a mission to fund district attorney races throughout the country and has notched victories along the way.
Soros is a huge threat. Building things up is difficult, but tearing things down is easy. A sharp mechanistic mind can find ways to do immense amounts of damage with almost nothing. A sharp mechanistic mind that has nearly limitless resources can destroy anything entirely. Clearly he is looking for undefended areas of power in the mechanism where he can easily move in unopposed and seize the power over others – and facilitate evil.
That a major leftist who relentlessly supports evil over good is trying to hijack the machinery that prosecutes crime in a world where everything is increasingly illegal should be of concern to everyone. Not all revolutions need to be bloody, if they can use an existing machinery people mistakenly subjugate themselves before. Let every district attorney be a #BlackLivesMatter extremist, and you will have a lawless dictatorship where simply being decent will get you imprisoned, as the savages are released on the rest of society, especially in this age of spookified Law Enforcement where nobody has any secrets.
On the bright side, when the revolution begins, expect Uniformed Patrol to be its biggest backer. For now, until the bullets start flying, the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association might want to take a look at reviewing it’s political activities and endorsements, and seeing if it can move in and begin to offer opposition in this area of the mechanism. The very lives of its officers might depend on it some day soon.