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Philly: A Soros’ surrogate faces blowback

Posted: September 20, 2022 by chrisharper in crime
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By Christopher Harper

As crime in Philadelphia rages out of control, one of George Soros’ key legal eagles is facing increasing fallout, including from some Democrats.’

Bought and paid for by Soros, Larry Krasner is the district attorney for Philadelphia. As such, he has the worst record of bringing criminals to justice.

The state legislature recently convened a committee to investigate Krasner and his office and even issued a subpoena to have him testify.

But Krasner has refused to comply with the subpoena, calling it “illegal,” “anti-democratic,” and “wholly illegitimate.”

All five committee members formed to investigate Krasner’s actions— three Republicans and two Democrats — voted to hold Krasner in contempt for ignoring the subpoena. When the motion reached the floor of the House, the result was also a bipartisan condemnation of the district attorney. The chamber voted 162 to 38 to hold him in contempt, which included the votes of 10 Democratic members from Philadelphia.

Krasner faces the possibility of impeachment and conviction for failing to enforce illegal gun charges and letting other criminals off easy.

But there’s more. U.S. District Court Judge Mitchell Goldberg ordered Krasner to apologize personally to the family of a murder victim.

How did Krasner respond? Spokesperson Jane Roh told the press that they “strongly disagree with Judge Goldberg’s ruling and are evaluating our options.”

But there’s even more. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court, which Democrats control, recently criticized Krasner. In a 4-2 decision, the court attacked Krasner for his attempt to recast laws concerning the use of deadly force by police officers.

Justice Kevin Dougherty, a well-connected Democrat, wrote that Krasner appears to be ‘driven by a win-at-all-cost office culture’ that treats police officers differently than other criminal defendants. This is the antithesis of what the law expects of a prosecutor.”

Other progressive prosecutors face the same blowback around the country, as a bipartisan consensus has emerged that stopping crime is an essential part of the job. In a recall election, Chesa Boudin was ousted by San Franciscans, and George Gascon narrowly avoided a vote in Los Angeles.

Such recall elections do not exist in Pennsylvania. Here, impeachment is the only option.

I hope the state legislature, which fortunately has a Republican majority, will convince even more Democrats that Krasner has got to go.

If you’re old enough you might remember the cigarette lawsuits which ended in a giant settlement that allowed the companies to keep functioning while the states pocketed a bunch of money while claiming the high moral ground.

Well right now spaying kids has become all the rage and a profit center for drug companies, Children’s Hospitals and various medical professionals.

However there is a clue that while people are busy taking the money they know what it actually is. It seems every single time Libs of Tictok highlights the care these hospitals are so proud of :

Within a day or two all that care they are so proud of disappear from the web:

This is a pattern that has been repeated more than once

As reality doesn’t care how woke people feel the time will come when all those five year olds, and six year old and even 14 year olds will be 30 years olds with their lives ruined and long before that the next batch of potential customers will start figuring out that this has been a bad idea and the bottom will drop out of the business, and when the left sees there is no profit in it and that they are a drag rather than a benefit they will as they are wont to do drop them like a hot potato and particularly on the state level rush to not only jump on the bandwagon of the right moves against them but jump to the front of the line to condemn all the harm they did to so many.

When that day comes the medical community along with the insurance industry will have a crisis and when that happens that will be when the settlement talks begin to stop the bleeding that will come from it.

I think I will live long enough to see it, and when it does this old man won’t be smiling because I know that while there will be lawyers making a buck and perhaps even states dishing out settlement money to those who haven’t killed themselves but will spend their life mutilated I also understand that the settlement that comes will insure that those who destroyed those lives for fun and profit all the time promising with a smile a happy life will just walk.

At least in this life.