Democrat @JulieGunnigle, a George Soros-backed prosecutor whose radical pro-abortion stance made waves throughout the campaign, has conceded in the Maricopa County attorney's special election to Republican @Rachel1Mitchell.https://t.co/xy5GQcKLZY
— Josh Christenson (@jchristenson_) November 15, 2022
(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Breaking a long stretch of bad news out of Arizona, including the alleged losses of gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and senatorial candidate Blake Masters, the George Soros-backed DA candidate Julie Gunnigle has lost her race, the Washington Free Beacon reported.
Soros–a globalist oligarch–has spent decades buying political offices in the United States, especially district attorney offices.
Despite the massive financial backing, the people of Arizona voted down Gunnigle, who was a radical pro-abortion candidate.
Gunnigle lost the Maricopa County attorney’s special election to Republican Rachel Mitchell, who ran on a soft centrist platform.
“Public safety isn’t partisan,” Mitchell said. “All Arizonans demand safe communities in which to live, work and raise their children.”
Gunnigle conceded earlier this week after Mitchell was reported to have a 4-point lead with over 94% of the vote counted.
Per the loser, her loss indicates “a continuation of the legacy of corruption within the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office.”
Earlier this year the radical feminist candidate Gunnigle proudly told the Huffington Post over the summer that she would not prosecute those who disobeyed the state’s abortion ban.
“I have been crystal clear since day one that I will never prosecute doctors or pregnant people for abortion. End of story,” she said last month.
Gunnigle also said that she planned to be soft on crime, including drug-related crime.
“The things that I’ve been advocating for I don’t view as particularly progressive. A lot of these stances are Eisenhower-era criminal legal reform issues,” she added before expressing that she does not know much about politics despite running for office.
“I don’t know where I fit within a broader movement, but I do know what the community is calling for — and they are calling for evidence-based reforms.”