(UnitedVoice.com) – George Soros was born in Budapest, Hungary, and was a teenage boy when Adolf Hitler and his Nazis took control of the area. A friend of his father claimed he was his adopted godson (a.k.a. Christian) to cover up his Jewish heritage, which probably saved his life.
Sadly, young George didn’t live up to his role as a grateful survivor. He later admitted to helping steal the wealth of his fellow Jews after they were forced into cattle cars and taken to concentration camps. An excerpt from a December 20, 1998 interview on CBS’ 60-Minutes, which can be seen here, explains the scenario.
Soros Trying to Impact the Judicial Process From the Bottom Up
Fast forward to today and we see that Soros is still as underhanded as ever. He has played a role backing Democratic nominees for years on the federal level, including financial help to former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign in 2016. But he’s also trying, and in some cases succeeding, to seed local courthouses.
The finance guru has been using his super PACs to persuade voters to vote for the candidate he would like to see as prosecuting attorneys in California, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, and Texas. In a number of cases, he managed to get far-left progressive liberal activists into the position of power that they now hold.
Troubling Choice in California
In Contra Costa County, District Attorney Diana Becton, whom Soros declared as a candidate of “integrity,” was his choice to hold the office. Becton, a known plagiarist, hardly fits the definition of that word.
In the midst of all the racial tension last month, somebody had taken it upon themselves to paint an unauthorized Black Lives Matter (BLM) mural [read: graffiti tag] on a city street. On the 4th of July, a White couple was caught on video painting over a part of it and when they were identified, Ms. Becton promptly charged them with a hate crime.
The original painters, who are presumably Black, are unknown because there was no police investigation launched to hunt them down for defacing a public street. So here we have two sets of people who committed the same crime – the BLM group is racially divisive, making no secret of their feelings about Whites — but the Blacks were not actively sought out, nor, obviously, charged. The glaring differences in how this was handled is the epitome of giving one race preferential treatment over another, in other words, racism.
It’s not too difficult to find this happening all over the country. All one needs to do is look at the “protesters” turned rioters and arsonists who were simply released from their jail cells with no legal proceedings at all.
It might seem like a cynical notion, but between the way “The Squad” in Congress is crafting legislation and the owner of BET is throwing out the number of $14 trillion as a “fair” amount for reparations, it’s obvious they are looking for vengeance, not equality.
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