George Soros Attempt to Reshape California Criminal Justice System FAILS (Video)

George Soros Attempt to Reshape California Criminal Justice System FAILS (Video)

Globalist George Soros’ invested millions in an effort to reshape California’s criminal justice system by supporting progressive district attorney candidates, but it backfired Tuesday, with most of his candidates suffering major defeats.

Soros, along with other wealthy liberal donors and groups, spent millions on prosecutors who are in favor of lower incarceration rates, crackdowns on police misconduct and changes in a bail system that they argue discriminates against the poor.

As if California does not have enough problems with high taxes, sanctuary cities and illegals pouring over the border, the last thing they need is George Soros controlling the states district attorney’s.

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But most of the money went to waste as their candidates lost to more traditional law-and-order prosecutors who didn’t share progressive views or have hostile attitudes toward police.

Schubert DA CA

District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert 

In Sacramento County, District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert defeated Noah Phillips by a nearly 2-to-1 margin, getting 65 percent of the vote. Phillips led an insurgent campaign, attacking Schubert for failing to prosecute a police officer who shot a civilian.

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.

“This is a good day for the people,” Schubert told to a crowd of about 100 supporters after she won the election, the Sacramento Bee reported. “You can’t buy an election in the county of Sacramento. Here’s to four more years.”

“This is a good day for the people. You can’t buy an election in the county of Sacramento. Here’s to four more years.” 

– District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert

Geneviéve Jones-Wright, the Soros-favored candidate in San Diego County, also suffered a major defeat Tuesday. She got only 36 percent of the vote while her opponent, District Attorney Summer Stephan, received more than 60 percent.

Soros spent more than $1.5 million in the race, funneling the money to a political action committee that propped up Jones-Wright’s candidacy as she pledged to form a police-misconduct unit and supported progressive reform of the criminal justice system.

Stephan fought back against the influence of outside money in the race, declaring Soros’ backing a public safety threat. Jones-Wright, meanwhile, insisted the money merely gave a voice to minorities and poor people.

In Alameda County, in the San Francisco Bay Area, District Attorney Nancy O’Malley fended off a challenge from Pamela Price, reportedly receiving more than 60 percent of the vote.

Summer Stephan DA CA

District Attorney Summer Stephan received over 60 percent of the vote on Tuesday, defeating Soros-favored Geneviéve Jones-Wright in San Diego County.

O’Malley said she was surprised the outside donors tried to oust her, given that she’s a registered Democrat and was endorsed by U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., organized labor and other Democratic groups.

Soros’ PAC accused O’Malley during the campaign of implementing “racist” stop-and-frisk policies and Price criticized her for being cozy with law enforcement groups.

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