Monday, April 15, 2024

REPORT: Immigration Watchdog Spotlights Corruption from Soros-Backed Prosecutors

'These are outrageous examples of how our elections are being manipulated by wealthy donors with extreme anti-borders agendas...'

Recently elected Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón has quickly risen the ranks to become one of the most reviled of many state and local prosecutors backed by billionaire George Soros.

Only a few months into his term, Gascón already faces a recall effort with broad support due to his refusal to faithfully execute the duties of his office and offer equal protection under the law.

But his controversial “reform” policies are hardly unique.

In a recent analysis, the Immigration Reform Law Institute spotlighted three other Soros-backed prosecutors who have contributed to the radicalization of the justice system and the erosion of law-enforcement: Philadelphia’s Larry Krasner; Cook County, Illinois’s Kimberly Foxx; and Contra Costa County, California’s Diana Becton.

According to IRLI, the common threat in all of them may be their support for open-border policies.

Yet, implications of these corrupt office-holders being elevated into their position by the globalist oligarch’s activist network have spilled over into serious issues including the immigration crisis, coronavirus restrictions, social-justice reforms, cancel-culture, domestic terrorism and election administration.

The result is an existential crisis for American democracy, now being felt nationwide, but the source of which has flown largely under the radar.

“These are outrageous examples of how our elections are being manipulated by wealthy donors with extreme anti-borders agendas,” said Dale L. Wilcox, executive director and general counsel of IRLI.

“While these district attorneys claim they are trying to bring justice to our legal system, they are actually putting the residents of their communities at great risk by allowing violent criminals to escape deportation.”


Krasner, who received $1.7 million from a Soros-backed PAC in 2017, not only turned Philadelphia into a sanctuary city, but he has actively intervened to prevent deportations from occurring while covering up the legally dubious effort.

He hired a longtime associate and former immigration attorney, Caleb Arnold, to oversee the one-person staff of the newly established Immigration Counsel, which has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in its operating budget since 2018 for the purpose of pursuing “immigration neutral” outcomes.

IRLI’s investigation also showed that, in 2016, Foxx, whose jurisdiction includes the city of Chicago, received more than $400,000 in Soros funds from a PAC that appeared to have been created specially for her.


As in Philly, the Windy City soon established a new advisory position ““to ensure that non-citizen defendants do not face unnecessary immigration consequences, particularly for misdemeanor and low-level offenses.”

Foxx has applied that principle not only to illegal immigration, but also, notably, to violent leftist protestors during last year’s race riots.

She came under particular scrutiny for her initial decision not to file charges against actor Jussie Smollett last year following his high-profile race hoax, which demanded major police expenditures and manpower to investigate.

Although her standing in the matter is unclear, Foxx was dispatched to lead a lawsuit against the Trump administration over its public-charge policy, which required that immigrants be able to support themselves.


Despite running in a technically nonpartisan race, Becton’s 2018 victory in the Bay Area’s Contra Costa County, just east of Oakland and Berkeley, was anything but apolitical.

After having been appointed the year prior, she was one of four radical DAs on the Soros ticket in California that year.

While the other three all lost, Becton narrowly made the cut with a plurality of votes after receiving $1.5 million in financial backing. California’s nebulous election laws may also have helped her to prevail.

As noted in an Associated Press article, none of the incumbents defending their seats from Soros-backed challengers were exactly right-wing to begin with.

“We’re not talking about district attorneys who are cut from a Donald Trump, Jeff Sessions, tough-on-crime cloth,” said Stanford University professor David Alan Sklansky.

“These results can’t be seen as and shouldn’t be seen as a repudiation of criminal justice reform,” he added. “In each case the victor was a moderate reformer and was victorious over a more aggressive or more radical reformer.”

The prevailing ‘moderates’ characterized it as a repudiation of the leftist policies.

“It’s a Soros agenda, and it’s a national agenda for criminal justice reform and I think it was soundly rejected even when it was articulated virtually in lock step by the candidates,” said Amador County District Attorney Todd Riebe.

Nonetheless, Becton was able to pave the way for Gascón and others by helping to “normalize” the extremist push.

She issued a memo telling prosecutors to factor in “avoidance of adverse immigration consequences” when deciding whether to file charges.

IRLI said the policies pushed by the top prosecutors in all three vicinities had earned them a spot—alongside other Soros-backed office-holders—on its list of “America’s Ten Worst Sanctuary Communities.”

“This is a list of shame,” Wilcox said.

“Political leaders who advocate for and defend sanctuary policies are directly responsible for the lawlessness and human suffering they have inflicted on their communities,” he added. “The law-abiding, legal residents of these communities need to know that their leaders have prioritized the interests of often violent illegal aliens over them.”

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