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George Soros Breaks Silence, Makes It Worse: ‘I did not contribute to his campaign but he did to groups that did

Democratic donor George Soros broke his silence on the unprecedented indictment of former President Donald Trump by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg on what appears to be an impossibly weak case.

Soros tried to attack the attackers, the GOP is bashing Bragg as Soros funded, but made it worse because people are not stupid anymore. Soros said he never donated to Bragg or knows him and that may be true.

But Soros donated big money to a group that funds progressive DAs and they donated to Bragg. Look he may have noble intentions for wanting reform, but when DAs that use his funds let violent criminals and carjackers off the hook and then go after Trump for paying off a porn star it makes people wonder what in the hell is going on here.

Soros said. “Anyone who wants to understand why I’ve donated to reform minded prosecutor should read this (he linked to an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal where he came clean to funding all these horrible DAs) as for Alvin Bragg as a matter fact, I did not contribute to his campaign, and I don’t know him.

“I think some on the right would rather focus on far-fetched conspiracy theories than on the serious charges against the former president.

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He said in the Op-ed: “This is why I have supported the election (and more recently the re-election) of prosecutors who support reform.

 “I have done it transparently, and I have no intention of stopping. The funds I provide enable sensible reform-minded candidates to receive a hearing from the public.”

Reporter Judd Legum fact checked Soros:

“George Soros donated zero dollars to Alvin Bragg. Soros donated $1 million dollars to @ColorOfChange, a group that supports progressive [email protected] later spent some money supporting Alvin Bragg.”

George wrote in the op-ed: “Like most of us, I’m concerned about crime. One of government’s most important roles is to ensure public safety.

I have been involved in efforts to reform the criminal-justice system for the more than 30 years I have been a philanthropist. Yet our system is rife with injustices that make us all less safe. The idea that we need to choose between justice and safety is false. They reinforce each other:

“If people trust the justice system, it will work. And if the system works, public safety will improve.

“In recent years, reform-minded prosecutors and other law-enforcement officials around the country have been coalescing around an agenda that promises to be more effective and just.

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“This agenda includes prioritizing the resources of the criminal-justice system to protect people against violent crime.

“It urges that we treat drug addiction as a disease, not a crime. And it seeks to end the criminalization of poverty and mental illness.

“This agenda, aiming at both safety and justice, is based on both common sense and evidence. It’s popular. It’s effective.

“The goal is not defunding the police but restoring trust between the police and the policed, a partnership that fosters the solving of crimes.

“Some politicians and pundits have tried to blame recent spikes in crime on the policies of reform-minded prosecutors. The research I’ve seen says otherwise.

“The most rigorous academic study, analyzing data across 35 jurisdictions, shows no connection between the election of reform-minded prosecutors and local crime rates.

“In fact, violent crime in recent years has generally been increasing more quickly in jurisdictions without reform-minded prosecutors.

“Murder rates have been rising fastest in some Republican states led by tough-on-crime politicians.

“Serious scholars researching causes behind the recent increase in crime have pointed to other factors: a disturbing rise in mental illness among young people due to the isolation imposed by Covid lockdowns, a pullback in policing in the wake of public criminal-justice reform protests, and increases in gun trafficking.

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“Many of the same people who call for more-punitive criminal-justice policies also support looser gun laws.

“This is why I have supported the election (and more recently the re-election) of prosecutors who support reform.

“I have done it transparently, and I have no intention of stopping. The funds I provide enable sensible reform-minded candidates to receive a hearing from the public. Judging by the results, the public likes what it’s hearing,” he wrote.


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