It is hard to separate away the absolute wickedness that permeates Washington, D.C. from the corrupt and terrible character of politics (and most other capital cities).
The majority of Washington, D.C., politicians are swamp creatures with ulterior motives, while there may be a few good apples, some legislators who aren't fully dominated by dark-money billionaires.
At the outset of their careers, their initial goals for real social change might have been intact for a year or two, but dubious left-wing millionaire George Soros made sure to fill their veins with a syringe full of money and corruption.
Massive contributions are being made to political campaigns, specifically those of state attorneys general and prosecutors, who all happen to have one thing in common: They all have far-left political views, are frequently self-described Marxists, and express interest in letting criminals off the hook for social justice-related reasons.
These monsters, who ineluctably win state elections, then go on to implement laws that immediately increase crime while also outlawing all forms of self-defense.
According to a new research, donations from the anti-police globalist liberal billionaire George Soros and his organizations helped elect 75 "social justice" prosecutors in cities where crime has increased and jail time and prosecutions have decreased.
A decade of funding has placed Soros prosecutors in enough major cities, according to a 17-page report put together by the Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, that they now represent 1 in 5 people, or around 72 million people. This comprises around half of the 50 most populous counties and cities in the United States, where 40% of killings take place.
Soros is a well-known supporter of social justice prosecution, which argues for lenient punishment, particularly for people of color. Conservatives who support law and order, however, have criticized the movement since it has increased crime in some cities.
In places like Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Orlando, Soros reportedly spent over $40 million to elect 75 of his hand-picked prosecutors, and he hasn't finished yet.
Sorors are no strangers to a wise investment, and social justice has grown to be huge business. Because of his contributions to the campaigns of inexperienced district attorneys, large American cities are now populated by highly educated (and highly ideological) charlatans.
Gun control and defunding of the police are only two of the topics Soros frequently donates to that also happen to be factors in society's decline.
Kim Fox of Chicago, Alvin Bragg, the district attorney of Manhattan, Buta Biberaj, and Chesa Boudin, the district attorney of San Francisco, are the largest beneficiaries of Soros' dark-money campaigns, and the list keeps expanding.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News .