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Soros Spends Big to Help Prosecutor
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Posted By: Pluperfect, 3/7/2020 4:42:19 AM

George Soros and other liberal billionaires are pushing large sums of cash into Chicago to back the far-left prosecutor whose office dropped charges against Jussie Smollett, the actor who staged a "hate crime" he attributed to Trump supporters. The reelection efforts of Kim Foxx, state's attorney for Cook County, Ill., received a boost from the Illinois Justice & Public Safety PAC. The committee, founded to support Foxx, has spent six figures on media productions and direct mail backing Foxx's candidacy, state records show, making it Foxx's largest backer so far. The PAC received its entire $2 million budget from a group created and funded by Soros.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: 4Justice 3/7/2020 4:48:39 AM (No. 339125)
Someone needs to get rid of the corrupt DA who abuses the position for political and personal gain.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: The Remnants 3/7/2020 6:18:26 AM (No. 339154)
You have to wonder why some people hate this country so much. They want it to be corrupted, and no one throws the hate word around more than they do.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: DCGIRL 3/7/2020 6:38:12 AM (No. 339164)
#1, someone needs to get rid of Soros. He will never stop until our justice system is destroyed. I'm in favor of deporting him to Hungary.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: ROLFNader 3/7/2020 6:44:39 AM (No. 339169)
I'm in favor of deporting him to hell.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Daisymay 3/7/2020 7:06:11 AM (No. 339186)
I think it's time to take all money out of elections. The fact that Soros and Bloomberg can use their Billions to BUY elections is not what American Elections is supposed to be about. I favor everyone running for an office to get the same amount of money from the Government. NO other money should be allowed. Bloomberg showed the world how one man can control winners and losers in the 2018 elections. Fortunately, the voters didn't allow him to do it again for his election. Time to stop ALL money coming into elections and make the playing field level for everyone!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Muncsdad 3/7/2020 7:11:02 AM (No. 339190)
#3, Hungary doesn’t want him. Hungary has a great Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, who has pretty much banned the Satan clone.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Strike3 3/7/2020 7:15:02 AM (No. 339196)
They recently deported one old Nazi for being a guard at a concentration camp. Soros needs to be put on the same plane and let the airport at the other end deal with him.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: John C 3/7/2020 7:15:49 AM (No. 339198)
Boston has one of those useless DA's. Probably bought by Soros. Will only enforce selected crimes. (Her people have been prosecuted enough.)
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Reply 9 - Posted by: hoosierblue 3/7/2020 7:46:30 AM (No. 339236)
Why wouldn't he support her. She has proved herself to be a useful idiot.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: NancyD 3/7/2020 8:03:02 AM (No. 339249)
I think I read a while back that Hungary revoked Soros citizenship... Anyway, Foxx should be charged as an "enemy of the State" and she should be in a federal prison.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Lawsy0 3/7/2020 8:16:04 AM (No. 339262)
I'm shocked, I tell you, that an anti-American crooked gazillionaire would act in such a way to undermine the country he hates. Stupidly destroying the thing he loves to hate. Maybe he has been using Biden's sippy cup and caught something.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 3/7/2020 8:42:48 AM (No. 339295)
Foxx & Fiends - - an uglier version of Fox & Friends.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 3/7/2020 8:47:06 AM (No. 339302)
This is just one small example of the Chicago corruption. When we were kids growing up in Lake County, Mayor Daly dominated the local news coverage every day. Accusations of corruption were broadcast all the time. But, like always, the story would suddenly get buried as soon as the payoffs were made. Follow the money.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: The Remnants 3/7/2020 8:54:25 AM (No. 339312)
#8 Boston was once one of those great little cities that you could walk around in - no more. Hello, NYC, San Fran, etc. etc.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: coobr03 3/7/2020 9:18:48 AM (No. 339331)
Chicago, and many other cities are already a lost cause. I'm grateful to be out of there and have fiends still living in the city. Due to the lack of enforcement, crime is out of control and the criminals face no consequences. The city keeps fudging the figures, claiming that crime i down, doing things like reclassifying things like car-jackings as "property crimes." My fiends who have lived there for decades will now only Uber from door to door, not wanting to walk the streets at most any time for the day. The latest development is citizen review boards overseeing all the area police districts: "Commission members will be selected based on their expertise in areas such as civil rights, social work, work with immigrant and undocumented communities, and law. Two of the seven commissioners will be between the ages of 18 to 24 and have experienced police misconduct." It is pretty much getting to the point where there is no reason for the income earners to remain.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Chuzzles 3/7/2020 10:05:38 AM (No. 339370)
Ihave long suspected that Foxx's behavior has been directed by the Obamas, simply because they wanted attention to stay away from Kamala Harris, who is the mentor and friend of Kim Foxx. If anything needed a strong Federal response, this case is it. Jussie used the mails to send terrorist threats and substances, and he really needs a very public smackdown and so does Foxx. My hope is that in a second term for Trump, he gets the ball rolling to not only strip Soros of his citizenship he obtained in the days of LBJ, but that he gets deported to either Hungary or Russia to face his crimes. Our citizenship is not a shield for the corrupted to hide behind. Soros broke the contract and he needs to be booted.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Quigley 3/7/2020 10:07:25 AM (No. 339372)
Soros can smell a for sale sign through the smoke of a crematorium. I wonder if bloomregurge and soros are in competition to own the Dimokkkrap party, or bloomregurge is completely happy to let sorotten own the offshore wing that undermines our institutions and culture from offshore.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Starboard_side 3/7/2020 10:42:25 AM (No. 339412)
It is very apparent that Soros, and others like him, don't seem to care about right and wrong, or the rule of law. They only want things to operate on a level they desire, and need their own "useful idiots" who are beholden to their money, thus, do whatever they are told. Similar issues were happening in the previous administration where many top-level appointed people were using the power of their office to do whatever they felt they wanted to do, but only against the opposition party.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DustDevil31 3/7/2020 11:00:46 AM (No. 339440)
Soros is an enemy of the state and belongs in Gitmo.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: hershey 3/7/2020 11:04:56 AM (No. 339444)
Soros has outlived his shelf life...God needs to have a talk with him before sending him to Hell...
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Reply 21 - Posted by: joew9 3/7/2020 11:17:12 AM (No. 339459)
Soros money is why she dropped the charges.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: DVC 3/7/2020 11:42:45 AM (No. 339481)
They need these easily manipulated idiots as figureheads so that they can control things.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Hazymac 3/7/2020 12:36:13 PM (No. 339564)
It's a free country and nabobs can use their fortunes and their IGGs as they please. However, citizens on the right side of the political spectrum tend to be much less activist by nature, less likely to devote sufficient amounts of their resources even to oppose Soros's (and Bloomberg's) fatly monied campaigns to insert real radicals into positions of power such as district and state's attorneys, in the attempt to turn justice upside down. Never mind the foul seed money in their attempts to turn law abiding Virginians into instant felons. Paradoxically, in the upper stratosphere of individual wealth attainment you find far more Democrats than Republicans (or libertarians), but for my entire lifetime and long before the press has encouraged us to believe that the hated class of the richest (then deca- or centimillions, now billions) is inhabited by greedy Republicans. Nowadays, that's not remotely true. Yeah, there are a few, but any who raise their heads too high get punished by today's very determined social justice warriors. It makes one nauseous to see how gullible the upper tier Forbes 400 Listers are to various fashionable types of leftist foolishness. In that way they use their wealth to do some real harm to future generations. They want to be liked. They don't want to be under the glare of the Envious Eye, feel guilty as hell about it, and embrace horrifying things--horrifying to those who can see the implications of foolish policy, whether Green New Deal, Medicare for All, anti-Second Amendment, ow on any controversial issue. So what do we do to offset leftist nabobbery that pushes on the electorate people and policies that are anathema to us? For one thing, when another, say, Aramis Ayala type starts running commercials in Anytown USA, the source of funding needs to be immediately tracked down and exposed. Then acted upon. We don't need as much as they lying Left because they, not we, suffer from a surfeit of the truth. They must lie because their purposes are deliberately subversive. We must ferret them out and let the world know what they're doing and why. That will require a lot more financial commitment than I have seem thus far. How many more Virginias?
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Reply 24 - Posted by: RedWhite&Blue2 3/7/2020 1:16:21 PM (No. 339590)
Hey #13 we grew up on the north side Addison and Halsted area Walked to Wrigley field a million times! Now? Would NEVER go back to that city! NEVER!
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Reply 25 - Posted by: Hermit_Crab 3/7/2020 2:02:27 PM (No. 339643)
"Illinois Justice & Public Safety PAC" Did Y'all ever notice that these leftists almost always name their organizations THE OPPOSITE of what they reeally intend?
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Reply 26 - Posted by: vinegrower 3/7/2020 5:10:03 PM (No. 339776)
This is happening all over the country. Soros bought the DA in Philadelphia. He tried to buy the DA seat in Marin County CA. Surprisingly it didn't work. As liberal as Marin County is they still ended up picking the law and order candidate but it was very close.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 3/7/2020 10:41:42 PM (No. 340006)
How many DAs does he own across the country ? Orlando has one too. Follow the money. Sorryos thinks of them as pawns.
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