Biden can’t seem to keep anyone happy in his orbit, from progressives to moderates, people on both sides of the spectrum have continued to turn on him as his policies have destroyed our economy and embarrassed the United States abroad.
After angering multiple people in his administration, including his own Vice President, Kamala Harris, and dressing Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Ca.) down for visiting Taiwan, he has now drawn the ire of far-left megadonor George Soros.
The rift was created by Biden’s plan to hire 100,000 new police officers are crime rates continue to rapidly increase across big cities in the United States.
Soros has stood by his decision to fund the campaigns of progressive prosecutors who choose not to enforce the law and let violent offenders out on low bail.
He believes that hiring more police officers is not the solution to skyrocketing crime rates.
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The New York Post Reports–
U.S. President Biden’s plan to hire thousands of new police officers runs entirely counter to other parts of his criminal justice reform agenda that are focused on proven just and fair methods to prevent crime. https://t.co/SZlCQSpY9o
— George Soros (@georgesoros) August 5, 2022
Left-wing billionaire George Soros insisted Monday that soft-on-crime district attorneys he’s backed to the tune of millions of dollars are making the criminal justice system “more effective and just” — and warned that “I have no intention of stopping” his support for them.
The Hungary-born Soros, 91, argued in a Wall Street Journal op-ed published Sunday that the agenda pushed by top prosecutors like Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg was both “popular” and “effective.”
“This agenda includes prioritizing the resources of the criminal-justice system to protect people against violent crime. It urges that we treat drug addiction as a disease, not a crime. And it seeks to end the criminalization of poverty and mental illness,” he wrote, later adding: “The goal is not defunding the police but restoring trust between the police and the policed, a partnership that fosters the solving of crimes.”