EDITOR'S COMMENT: For several years, we advocated that this nation is no longer a three party political system of Democrats, Republicans and Liberatians. It is, however, a nation of two primary political philosophy, namely Marxist Socialism of the radical left of the Democrat Party versus the Constitutional-American Exceptionalism of the Republicans, Tea Parties and other conservative groups. This article details how George Soros, who is the financial leader of the radical left, backed his hand picked Socialist prosescutor in Orange County Florida. This is the same George Soros that was responsible for putting his minion, Barack Obama, in the U.S Senate and White House. We the people have demonstrated that a conservative and committed base of citizens beat the lies and money of the radical left. This is why it is critical that responsible Americans stay focused and involved to keep President Trump in the White House for two terms. Lastly, we will be posting Part VII of the series WHY WE DARE CALL IT TREASON very soon.)
George Soros-backed prosecutor yanked after refusing to seek death penalty for cop killer
Accuses Florida Gov. Rick Scott of abuse of power after he reassigns 21 files
New York billionaire George Soros spent $7 million on Democrats in election races in 10 states to try to influence criminal justice reform from the inside. In two such contests, outspent Republicans dropped out before the election. (Associated Press)
By Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times
Dateline: April 7, 2017- A Florida prosecutor elected with $1 million from liberal billionaire George Soros has been removed from all first-degree murder cases after refusing to seek the death penalty for any suspect, including an accused cop killer.
State Attorney Aramis Ayala, who won an upset victory in November after receiving $1.38 million from the Soros-backed Florida Safety & Justice PAC, had 21 first-degree murder cases in Orange and Osceola counties reassigned Monday to other prosecutors by Florida Gov. Rick Scott, a Republican.
His executive order came after she announced she would not seek the death penalty against Markeith Loyd, who has been charged in the murders of his pregnant ex-girlfriend Sade Dixon in December and Orlando police Lt. Debra Clayton in January, or any other defendants.
Another officer, Orange County sheriff’s Deputy Norman Lewis, died in a Jan. 9 car crash during the hunt for the 41-year-old Loyd.