U.S. Justice System’s Quiet Transformation Engineered & Funded By Soros

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An overhaul of America’s justice system nationwide has been quietly taking place behind the scenes – all planned and funded by liberal billionaire globalist and Democratic donor George Soros.

Just within the past year, Soros has “channeled more than $3 million into seven local district-attorney campaigns in six states,” reports Politico.   By using his money to find, train and plant his own candidates in local elections, he is building a “pipeline” to the federal courts, sparking fury from opponents over his influence in the local elections.

Soros is financing Hispanic and African-American candidates who share his goals of “reducing racial disparities in sentencing and directing drug offenders to diversion programs instead of to trial.”

By using a network of state-level super PACS and a “527 unlimited money group”, Soros has influenced district attorney campaigns in Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and Texas, within the past year alone.

Soros money is being poured into TV ads, touting plans to remove racial bias, and accusing opposing candidates of failing to provide equal treatment regardless of race or background.   The opponents have charged that Soros’ influence has “widely tipped the scales of local elections.”

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In yet another example of Soros’ deep reach into the Justice Department, Breitbart has published a leaked document from Soros’ Open Society Foundation that exposes his intent to reform police forces across the U.S.  According to the document, Soros is literally pushing out his own guidelines for federal control of all police forces.

The leaked document describes a meeting titled, “Police Reform: How to take advantage of the crisis of the moment and drive long-term institutional change in police-community practice.”

Breitbart shares that the memo details how Soros-financed groups had direct influence on Obama’s “Task Force on 21st Century Policing” which put out a list of 60 suggestions on how to modify policing practices.


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