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Yes, It’s Okay To Point Out That Alvin Bragg Was “Soros-Backed”

Yes, It’s Okay To Point Out That Alvin Bragg Was “Soros-Backed”

“George Soros found a weakness in our system. And that weakness in our system is that the vast power that prosecutors have has now been mobilized for political purposes, and that was his intention in funding all these prosecutors.”

Since the indictment of Donald Trump was announced, I’ve done a number of radio programs. I’ll post all the links as they come available.

This morning I was “live” on the Tony Katz Show on Rumble, here’s my take on various aspects including the legality of the indictment (pending unsealing the document), the attempt to shield Alvin Bragg’s Soros backing through false accusations of anti-Semitism, and how the politics are likely to play out in the primaries and a general election.

“George Soros found a weakness in our system. And that weakness in our system is that the vast power that prosecutors have has now been mobilized for political purposes, and that was his intention in funding all these prosecutors.”

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Partial Transcript

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Katz: Were you surprised? Were you shocked? What’s your take on what you know thus far?

WAJ (02:00): Well, it wasn’t a surprise in the sense that everybody’s been talking for weeks, if not months now, about how it’s moving towards an indictment. But when it actually happened, yes, I actually was kind of shocked because it’s a momentous event in the history of the country where a politicized prosecutor, somebody who vowed to get Trump during his campaign, is now actually following through on it. And so I think it’s very worrisome. It’s very troublesome. It’s a dark moment in our country where a politically motivated prosecutor can try to interfere in an upcoming presidential election. So yes, that sense, it was a surprise.

As political as we know that Soros-backed prosecutors have become, it’s still a shock when they actually do something like this. As to the indictment itself, we have to wait and see. We have to see what’s in it. But if the leaks and the reporting by the New York Times and others is correct, this does seem like a very far-fetched theory that they’re pursuing against Donald Trump.

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WAJ (04:36): … I’m going to take you off track for a second and deal with the “Soros-backed” prosecutor issue.

I find it completely disgusting when people abuse the accusation of anti-Semitism, which is a very serious accusation, simply because people are stating a fact. George Soros backed a number of Democrat prosecutorial candidates. It was reported widely. He has bragged about it.

George Soros found a weakness in our system, and that weakness in our system is that the vast power that prosecutors have has now been mobilized for political purposes. And that was his intention in funding all these prosecutors. Our system relies on the good faith of prosecutors because they have so much power, including the power to bring matters to a grand jury, where the defendant doesn’t get to present countervailing evidence, doesn’t get to present opposing viewpoints.

George Soros backed prosecutors have created enormous destruction in this country through non-prosecution of crimes. Alvin Bragg being number one, on day one he announced he would not prosecute a lot of crimes, including some violent crimes.

So there is nothing wrong with saying “Soros-backed prosecutor.” I use it. In 2019, I was selected by Algemeiner Magazine as one of the top 100 people in the world positively influencing Jewish life. And I have no hesitation in saying that what George Soros has done is destructive. Do not try to shut us up by making the false accusation of anti-Semitism.

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Katz (15:07): … There came this question, if the charges don’t stick, do you think it’ll boost Trump’s chances for election? It’s a political question…. Politically, do you think this is a gift to Trump, or you think this is a problem?

WAJ (15:30): Well, in the moment, in the short term, it’s certainly going to help Trump’s chances of winning the Republican nomination. I think by all accounts he was the leading candidate, but we really hadn’t started the primaries.

But I don’t think you can predict what the longer term impact is going to be. I don’t think you can say, what’s it gonna be in eight months from now. Depends what happens with these charges. Depends if other charges are brought by other prosecutors. And it depends whether Republican voters want to have this be the issue going into a general election.

I think the notion that a lot of people [say] on my website and in conservative world that this is a guarantee that Trump’s going to be the next president. I’m sorry, that that’s just not the case. You live in a bubble. We live in a bubble. And outside that bubble, people are deeply suspicious of Donald Trump, deep dislike of Donald Trump. He has never won the popular vote in the country. He barely won in 2016. So the notion that Donald Trump being maliciously charged is going win him the presidency, I think is wrong.

I think there’s two levels of manipulation going on here. One is the manipulation by the prosecutor. The other part is Democrats. I think are thrilled about this. They want Trump to be the nominee. They want to go into a general election with all these criminal charges pending against the Republican nominee. And yes, it will solidify some part of the Republican base, but I think people are deluding themselves if they think this is going to win a general election for Donald Trump.

Katz (17:09): There’s a difference between a primary and a general. That’s the point.

(Added) Tony was kind enough to break out my comments about Soros.


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It does not get much worse than to play the antisemitism card to deflect Soros’s malfeasance, especially when played by people that often look the other way at actual antisemitism within their set.

Alvin Beria.

Just because someone was born to Jewish parents doesn’t magically prevent them from helping the Nazis. Soros is pure evil, Jewish ancestry or not.

    Milhouse in reply to WestRock. | March 31, 2023 at 11:50 am

    No, it doesn’t prevent them from doing that, but in point of fact he didn’t. He’s evil now. There’s no evidence that he was evil, or even slightly bad, when he was fifteen.

      Except he told Steve Kroft, “I rather enjoyed it,” meaning the the confiscation of property from fellow Jews, friends and neighbors. No feelings of guilt, but, “only feelings of absolute power.”

      He had fun and reveled in the power, speaking of how he felt as a teen as Jews were persecuted and humiliated. Yep, not “even slighlly bad” for sure.

        No, he did not. It is a total lie. You are repeating an evil evil lie, and the fact that the victim is also evil doesn’t reduce your own evil.

          Soros sympatrhyzer!

          It’s straight out of the 60 Minutes interview.

          Maybe you are the committing libel here.

          To follow up, your assinine statement that he was not “even slightly bad” is a complete mistruth. YOUR words! By definition, what he did as a teen was BAD!

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | April 2, 2023 at 1:59 am

          No, oldschooltwentysix, you are repeating a F***ING LIE. An EVIL lie, because it’s just about the worst accusation it is possible to make against someone, and it is 100% false.

          There is nothing he did as a teenager that was even slightly wrong. He did not collaborate with the nazis. He did not assist them. Not voluntarily, not under coercion, not at all. The idea that he did is MADE UP BY EVIL PEOPLE, and spread by people like YOU who are too stupid and irresponsible to check for themselves before repeating it.

          His actions in the last 20 years do not in any way justify libeling him about his past.

      Ironclaw in reply to Milhouse. | March 31, 2023 at 3:25 pm

      Not withstanding is Nazi collaboration, of course.

        Milhouse in reply to Ironclaw. | March 31, 2023 at 7:11 pm

        Which didn’t exist.

          Ironclaw in reply to Milhouse. | March 31, 2023 at 7:40 pm

          Yes it did, he isn’t admitted to it on National television. He said he had he felt no regret about doing it. Soros is evil. And anyone who defends him is worse.

          Ironclaw in reply to Milhouse. | March 31, 2023 at 7:41 pm

          He even admitted it on National Television, I really hate autocorrect on my phone.

          Ironclaw in reply to Milhouse. | March 31, 2023 at 7:51 pm

          Here’s the video, now shut up.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | April 2, 2023 at 2:06 am

          No, he did NOT “admit it”. Did you even bother watching your link?! He explicitly denied it, because of course it isn’t true. But you didn’t bother watching, you just took someone’s word that something is there that just isn’t. You’re either a deliberate and deeply evil liar, or you are a gullible and irresponsible fool. There are no other options. I’m going with evil.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | April 2, 2023 at 2:08 am

          “Of course, I wasn’t doing it”.

          “I was only a spectator”.

          “I had no role in taking away that property”.

          What part of any of that did you not understand?

          FinbarOS in reply to Milhouse. | April 3, 2023 at 3:30 pm

          After viewing the interview, I must admit that you are correct on that point, Milhouse.

          markm in reply to Milhouse. | April 4, 2023 at 12:19 am

          Ironclaw, please tell us the timestamp in the video where Soros says that. I’m not going to spend 15 minutes of my time watching two leftie tools blather just to find out if an evil senior citizen was once an evil child.

E Howard Hunt | March 31, 2023 at 11:35 am

Oh sure, some old Hungarian tycoon single handedly destroyed our justice system. It reminds me of the rape victim in court who testifies that stumbling down a dark, ghetto alley, naked at midnight, while slurring bawdy tunes has nothing to do with her predicament.

The vile Dhimmi-crats are the biggest Jew-haters and Israel-slanderers/vilifiers, around, outside of the Muslim world.

The Dhimmi-crats’ propagandizing positing that any criticism of Soros represents a de facto antisemitic statement or implication, is absurd.

The Dhimmi-crats possess no credibility or moral standing with regard to combating antisemitism, and, their claims to be doing so transparently ring hollow and are undertaken for their own selfish and partisan political purposes.

Personally I reject the attempted lectures and accusations of any sort of bigotry from the folks who insist on viewing everything through the lens of tribalism. The d/prog have become the ‘the boy who cried wolf’ and are no longer to be trusted on these issues even in the very rare instance when they turn out to be correct. The d/prog aligned grifters, hustlers and charlatans willingly sacrificed their credibility for monetary gain and political power. If they want to be trusted they will have to go a very long way for a very long time to earn that trust.

Morning Joke! Scarborough Calls DeSantis an Anti-Semite for Saying Manhattan DA ‘Soros-Backed’

Isn’t “Soros stooge” much simpler?

I’m beginning to wonder which pronouns Joke Scarborough currently prefers.

Prof. Jacobson:

Perhaps you could make a comment with regard to the NY statute of limitations (CPL 30 Section 10) which states:

” 1. A criminal action must be commenced within the period of limitation prescribed in the ensuing subdivisions of this section.
2. Except as otherwise provided in subdivision three:
(a) A prosecution for a class A felony, or rape in the first degree as defined in section 130.35 of the penal law, or a crime defined or formerly defined in section 130.50 of the penal law, or aggravated sexual abuse in the first degree as defined in section 130.70 of the penal law, or course of sexual conduct against a child in the first degree as defined in section 130.75 of the penal law may be commenced at any time;
(b) A prosecution for any other felony must be commenced within five years after the commission thereof…” (snip)

It goes on with some exceptions including:

“4. In calculating the time limitation applicable to commencement of a criminal action, the following periods shall not be included:

(a) Any period following the commission of the offense during which (i) the defendant was continuously outside this state or (ii) the whereabouts of the defendant were continuously unknown and continuously unascertainable by the exercise of reasonable diligence.  However, in no event shall the period of limitation be extended by more than five years beyond the period otherwise applicable under subdivision two.”

In checking with the unbiased, non-partisan Wikipedia, I find that when acting as President, Trump made 19 different visits to NY during the period of 2017 to 2021, including:
– 2017: 6 trips
– 2018: 4 trips
– 2019: 5 trips
– 2020-21: 4 trips

In addition to NOT being continuously outside the state, it would be realistic to state that his whereabouts (the White House in particular were “continuously unknown and continuously unascertainable by the exercise of reasonable diligence.”

Now if the indictment is for something OTHER than the “Stormy Daniels” NDA payment, then it’s possible the statute of limitations clock has a different starting point. But it strikes me that if it isn’t, it is going to be a quickly dismissed on expiry of the statute of limitations.

Is this correct?

    Bragg, et al. will twist and turn the semantics to extend the statute of limitations. As far as Bragg is concerned there is no statute of limitations for Mr. Trump.

BierceAmbrose | March 31, 2023 at 3:43 pm

What is this crap, “The Libs of TikTok Defense?: — “No fair quoting us; you weren’t supposed to notice. Waaaaaaaah.”

Soros and his organization freaking bragged, out loud, more than once, multiple recorded — “We can’t get legislatures or governors enough through our outside funding, but we think we can install congenial prosecutors, and they’re even better: influence on the D-L, cheaper, more powerful.”

Is it “election interference” when a foreign-national currency-speculator billionaire funds far off local races, through a proclaimed program to change the government and culture in a country where he doesn’t live?

Asking for a few hundred-million friends who never voted for George Soros. (Or Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, or the Saudi sovereign wealth fund. Among others,)

    Soros, unfortunately, was given U.S. citizenship. He was a Nazi collaborator and should be sent back to Hungary where he would probably go to jail (luxury cell).

      Milhouse in reply to BillB52. | March 31, 2023 at 7:13 pm

      No, he was NOT a nazi collaborator. Had he been one, that would be grounds to find his naturalization was invalid and he was never a citizen. But he wasn’t one, so it’s valid.

      BierceAmbrose in reply to BillB52. | April 2, 2023 at 12:21 am

      “Soros, unfortunately, was given U.S. citizenship.”

      Good lord.(*)

      I can think of a few hundred Hungarians we should have given citizenship before that guy. They have this web site touting that they want to come to the US, and the much more attractive assets they’d bring with them.

      (*) Weird, I only recall hearing him called “Hungarian.” Not loving the immigrant-sliming calling him that, if he’s a citizen.

        Milhouse in reply to BierceAmbrose. | April 2, 2023 at 2:26 am

        If you only recall hearing him called “Hungarian” then you have a very selective memory. He left Hungary in 1947, and he’s lived in the USA for the past 66 years. He’s usually described as “Hungarian-American”.

    Milhouse in reply to BierceAmbrose. | April 2, 2023 at 2:20 am

    (a) He does live here. Not in every county, obviously, but he does live in the country.

    (b) Even if he didn’t, he has every right to try to influence voters. That’s an unalienable right with which all people are endowed by their creator.

    The problem is not that he’s influencing voters, but that he’s doing so in the cause of promoting policies that are obviously designed to increase crime and chaos, for reasons of his own. And he’s not an idiot, so it’s not as if he can claim to be unaware of what effect his policies are likely to have.

BierceAmbrose | March 31, 2023 at 3:49 pm

The US founding protocols under-emphasized the “self” part of “self-government.” Of course they meant it, but frakking lawyers are hackers — find any hole to exploit to get their way, regardless of intention of what they’re hacking at.

Self government — “You are free to participate politically in anything that you, yourself will have to live under. Voting. Speech. Policy proposals. Funding.”

Advocate away: “Ban all the things! Here, on me!” “Ban all the things, for those people — those deplorables, they deserve it.” has a different feel.

Of course, Congress would have to rework a bunch of laws they’ve exempted themselves from. Health care and employment laws, to start.

There’s a problem, not of substance but of communication. It’s not enough to just SAY someone is Soros-funded. You need to prove it. I found a report that does that, but it’s not easy. If you want to get people from outside the conservative choir interested, make is easier, less confusing, and more definitive. Consider this constructive criticism, because that’s what it is.

Old Navy Doc | March 31, 2023 at 9:40 pm
People. Ignore the distractions. Evil is afoot, again.

    Milhouse in reply to Old Navy Doc. | April 2, 2023 at 2:27 am

    As you will see if you read that article, the “Business Plot” was a hoax manufactured by the Democrat for political reasons, just like the Russia hoax and the J6 insurrection hoax.

I see this as a distraction.
Biden is screwing everything up, and badly.
We’ll be lucky if he doesn’t get us killed.
He threw an entire nation under the bus to cover his tail, practically begging Putin to invade. China is a more serious problem than ever.
The dollar is nearly destroyed and is being abandoned as the go-to currency for many. Oil and gas are a mess…
It goes on forever,
This is a distraction that will last a good long time.