Leftist billionaire George Soros’ exorbitant effort to reshape California’s criminal justice system by propping up radical, anti-law enforcement district attornies came to a screeching halt Tuesday, with most of his candidates losing decisively.
Throughout California, law-and-order prosecutors who didn’t spew liberal dogma or have hostile views toward police won.
Even in deep-blue Sacramento County, which favored Hillary Clinton by 24 points, incumbent District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert defeated Soros-funded candidate Noah Phillips by a 2-to-1 margin. Phillips had repeatedly attacked Schubert for refusing to prosecute a police officer who shot a civilian. (Fox News)
He reportedly received around $400,000 from Soros and admitted Soros’ team scripted and paid for a TV ad during the campaign, the Los Angeles Times reported. His fundraising efforts received help from Cari Tuna, wife of Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, who contributed more than $650,000 to a political action committee led by Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King.
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