George Soros Loses Millions In California Elections


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Money can’t buy everything. Ask New York billionaire and former Nazi collaborator George Soros who poured millions of dollars, along with other donors attempting to “buy” would-be progressive prosecutors in California.

Soros’ attempt to reshape California’s criminal justice system with far-left leaning candidates in Tuesday’s midterm election, took a decisive hit with most suffering crucial loses.

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The 87-year old mogul and Chairman of Soros Fund Management, is reputed to be worth in excess of 25 billion dollars, spending untold millions in support of far left organizations and radical progressive causes, and again backing candidates in the “golden state” running for DA, who favor lower incarceration rates, crackdowns on police misconduct and a bail system that doesn’t discriminate against the poor.

However former Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley interviewed recently by the Los Angeles Times, had a different take on the Soros backed candidates commenting: “These people who want to create their own social policy are not worthy of the office, if they win in San Diego or Sacramento, L.A. is next.”

Cooley insightful analogy was on target in San Diego County with the candidacy of Soros backed Geneviéve Jones-Wright, who attacked the policies of her conservative opponent for “criminalizing poverty.”

Soros reportedly spent well over 1.5 million dollars in propping up Wright through a political action committee. However on Tuesday, the voters spoke at the ballot-box and Wright was easily defeated by the incumbent, Republican District Attorney Summer Stephan who captured over 64% of the vote, to Wright’s 36%. A margin of about 28% when the final numbers are tallied

In another Soros backed match-up, Republican Sacramento County, District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert defeated Democrat Noah Phillips by a nearly 2-to-1 margin, getting 65% of the vote. Phillips like Wright also ran a negative campaign targeting Schubert for failing to prosecute a police officer who shot a civilian. However, Phillips hesitated to explain the details surrounding the shooting. The so-called “civilian” was an armed robbery suspect who refused to drop his weapon.

An eyewitness to the shooting described the confrontation stating at the time; “The suspect stopped running and there was a confrontation between the suspect and the officer. The suspect refused to comply with the officer’s orders, at which point the officer not only fearing for his safety but for the safety of others fired his service weapon striking the suspect.”

Soros funded the Phillips campaign to the tune of over $400,000 and was personally involved with assisting in the production and scripting of ads.

After her decisive win over Phillips, Schubert expressed her appreciation to the voters saying; “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.”

Moreover, the wife of Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz contributed more than $650,000 to a political action group led by another Soros backed group “Black Lives Matter” along with black activist Shaun King.

Perhaps the biggest surprise emerging from “La-la land” is just how savvy voters are in choosing candidates. For example in counties where wealthy progressive donors poured money in support of their candidates, places like Yolo County, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County, those candidates were easily defeated. Which suggests California isn’t as progressive as advertised.

In fact, there’s a growing rebellion taking place with over a dozen municipalities and communities in California joining forces with President Trump’s lawsuit against the governor’s unconstitutional sanctuary law, prohibiting ICE agents from enforcing federal immigration laws, endangering both law enforcement agents and the community at large.

Why else would Soros and his progressive colleagues concentrate on California and spend untold millions of dollars in their attempt to change the criminal justice system?

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    History of the Communist Party and 4 Questions.

    During the Second World War, when the United States and the Soviet Union were wartime allies, membership of the Communist Party in America reached 75,000. After the war the situation completely changed.

    The “Alien Registration Act” was used against the American Communist Party.

    On July 20, 1948, twelve (12) Communist Party leaders were arrested and charged under the “Alien Registration Act”.

    This Law, passed by Congress in 1940, made it illegal for anyone in the United States “to advocate, abet, or teach the desirability of overthrowing the government”.

    After a nine month trial, the leaders of the American Communist Party were found guilty of violating the Alien Registration Act and sentenced to five years imprisonment.

    The activities of the “House on Un-American Activities Committee” and “McCarthyism” also had a detrimental effect on membership, and by 1957 membership had fallen to 10,000. The “Daily Worker” also ceased publication in 1957.

    After his release from prison the General Secretary of the Communist Party ran for president in 1968, but received only 1,075 votes. He was also the party’s candidate in 1972 and 1976 when he obtained 58,992 votes. In 1984 the vote dropped to 36,386 votes, and in 1988 the Communist Party gave its support to Jesse Jackson in his bid to obtain the nomination of the Democratic Party.

    Question 1:

    Where is the Communist Party (in America) today?


    At the 2012 Democratic National Convention, by a voice vote, “God” was removed from the Democratic Party Platform, but the voice vote was overridden by a political maneuver.

    In 2016, Bernie Sanders, a Socialist, would have been the Democratic candidate for President, but removed by political maneuvering.

    In 2017, Antifa * (see note below), commonly identified as a “Neo-Communist” (Anti-Capitalist) Anarchist Group has been embraced by many Democrats.

    Question 2:

    What are the basic tenets of Communism?


    Socialism (Anti-Capitalism) and Atheism.

    Question 3:

    Is it possible that the Democratic Party is being secretly infiltrated?



    Question 4:

    What will you do about it?


    Fill in the blank: _____________________ !

    Note: See THE EPOCH TIMES newspaper; August 24-30, 2017 pages A1 and A12 – Issue 161 ( ). This article is entitled: “Communist Infiltration: The Communist Origins of the Antifa Extremist Group”, written by Joshua Phillip; and Christian Watjen contributed to this story.

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    Sotos should be turned over the Russians I understand that they want him.

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    The man should be tried as a Nazi War criminal. He was a member of Kapo and helped with his father to send his own people ( Jewish) to death!!!!

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    Well good news for CA. But it’s a day late and a $ short. My wife and I are native Californian’s. We left CA last year. It’s doubtfu we will return unles CA does away with the State income tax.

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    Why is this SOB even still in this country & Mueller
    is still after Trump, beats hell out of me.

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    Just like the USA kicked out Obama and his rotten ilk, it looks like Californians are finally waking up and seeing where the problem truly is!
    But, a few million to someone like soros is no more than pocket change. He does have good reason to back crooked DA’s though, to keep himself out of jail in case he ever comes to the USA!

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    George is proof that evil lives forever.

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    John Cox will be on the November ballot for Governor here in California and was backed and funded by George Soros. Cox is running on the Republican ticket and is a plant to turn California ultra progressive..

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    God is good! I’m praying for California and every state to stay united against this evil man and his minions

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    Shoot that Nazi bastard !

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    I lived in California from 2000-2007. It’s THE LAND OF FRUITS AND NUTS, I’m talking about the people. I left to move back toTexas where there is still a semblance normalcy! I hope sanity prevails over the many blind, low information citizens of California. Such a garden of eden that has started to rot due to the stupidity of the far left. You’ll see, sanity will prevail, the granola heads will go hide under their rocks and things will normalize once again.

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    Did the writer realize that Soros is a Jew, not a Nazi collaborator? So the whole article looses credibility .

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    Soros lost millions. He also owns a significant percentage in the stud rights to Justify. Those are worth 100 times what he lost.

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    Gold and silver mean NOTHING to God. When He says “no”, He means “no”!

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