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Soros Funding Philly Pro-Sanctuary, Open-Borders District Attorney Candidate

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A group named Philadelphia Justice & Public Safety has filed a political committee registration ahead of the city’s Democratic primary election for district attorney, and it is being funded by none other than George Soros.

The group is planning to back civil rights attorney Larry Krasner in the race, who has vowed that he would never pursue the death penalty in any case and will keep Philadelphia a “sanctuary city.”

While the globalist billionaire is not named in any of the paperwork for the group, the address they list is for DC law firm Perkins Coie, which Soros-backed PAC’s have used as a front address in other states, Philly.com reports. The treasurer of the group is Witney Tymas, who has served in the same role for other Soros organizations.

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The candidate has an entire segment of his platform titled, “Resist the Trump Administration.” The section outlines his plan to “protect immigrants,” “reject the drug war,” and “stand up to police misconduct.”

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“As District Attorney, he will work to maintain Philadelphia as a ‘sanctuary city’ and protect the Fourth Amendment rights of all residents, cooperating with federal authorities only to the degree required by law,” Krasner’s website states. “Because legal proceedings can affect the status of immigrants and therefore relations between communities and law enforcement, Larry will take those effects into account when making prosecutorial decisions and setting prosecutorial policy. He will oppose renewal of ICE’s access to the PARS database, a city police database used by ICE to identify ‘deportable’ immigrants.”

In February, other organizations funded by Soros teamed up with Democratic attorney generals to file over a dozen lawsuits against the Trump administration in relation to his executive order to temporarily halt immigration from terrorist hot spots.

Soros’s Open Society Foundations, a pro-open borders and pro-globalization advocacy organization, also financed several non-profit organizations that filed lawsuits against the order.

Among the groups Soros financed who filed lawsuits against the administration were the National Immigration Law Center, who he handed $4.6 million and the Urban Justice Center, which also has an organization called the International Refugee Assistance Project, who received $621,000.

“It shouldn’t surprise anyone that pressure groups funded by George Soros are litigating to keep US ports-of-entry wide open to terrorists and other people who hate America,” Matthew Vadum, senior vice president of the Capital Research Center, a Washington think tank that investigates nonprofits, told LifeZette at the time the lawsuit funding was revealed. “Soros has said he wants to bring America down. Flooding the country with Muslim aliens who won’t assimilate is one way to do that.”

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California Republicans Flip Third US House Seat from Democrats in 2020

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Decision Desk HQ has predicted that Republican David Valadao will unseat Democrat TJ Cox in a close contest for California’s 21st District on Wednesday night. The pickup is the third of its kind for the GOP in the state of California, with Valadao reclaiming a San Joaquin Valley seat he represented from 2013 to 2019.

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Republicans have flipped two congressional districts located in Orange County, which were flipped by Democrats two years ago in the 2018 “Blue Wave.” Young Kim defeated Democrat Gil Cisneros in California’s 39th District, and Michelle Steel defeated Harley Rouda in California’s 48th. The evolution of the suburban affluent county of more than 3 million Californians towards the Democratic Party might not as inevitable as some have predicted.

Republican Mike Garcia, who flipped the state’s 25th District in a special election earlier this year following the sex scandal of Democrat Katie Hill, also held on in a closely contested race Democrats had hoped win.

California Democrats have long assumed that they’ll reign eternal in the ultra-liberal West Coast state, taking for granted that the voters of California will permit them unlimited leeway to rule as the state’s omnipotent elite, lording over a declining middle class and urban poor with no political power. The sustainability of their vision isn’t as solid as they think.

Republicans in New York also surmounted their best showing in the state since 1988, suggesting that voters in the longtime blue state are slowly becoming tired of eternal Democrat domination.

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