George Soros-Backed Prosecutor Leads St. Louis to 50-Year-High Murder Rate
Back in 2016, America hating Democrat mega-donor, George Soros realized he could make a significant impact by putting money into low-profile prosecutor races across the country. The idea was to get anti-law and order prosecutors into place who would side with criminals over the police. Soros had success and as a result, in different parts of the country we’ve seen criminals released without bail, shoplifting essentially becoming legal and rioters released without charges. The rather obvious problem with these pro-criminal policies is that, as expected, they have been a boon to criminals. Look around the country at the places where the riots have gotten the most out of control and the murder rate has spiked the highest and you will usually find a Soros-backed prosecutor helping to make it happen.
One of those prosecutors is Kim Gardner in St. Louis. You may remember the out-of-control riots St. Louis had or the ridiculous prosecution of Mark and Patricia McCloskey, whom Gardner went after for defending their homes from threatening protesters. Incidentally, in that case, Gardner chose to prosecute the McCloskeys, but not the people trespassing on their property and threatening them. Gardner was dismissed from part of the McCloskey case because she sent out campaign fundraising emails touting her prosecution of them, which tells you a lot about her.
On top of all that, the murder rate started to spike after Gardner was elected in 2016. This year, St. Louis was one of the most dangerous cities in the country as 262 people were murdered. That’s a murder rate of 87 out of every 100,000 residents and the highest level that the city has reached since 1970. In fact, St. Louis now has so many murders that they would rank as the 4th most dangerous city in the world on this list. Great job, George Soros. Great job, Kim Gardner? Oh, and most of all? Great job, St. Louis because the residents of that city reelected Gardner in a landslide this year. So, if you’re hoping to be murdered in the next few years, St. Louis seems like a good place to settle down.