Former Fox News star host Bill O’Reilly is still around doing his own thing and he’s still making exceptionally poignant observations while bringing extremely important issues to the forefront.
During a segment of his program on the new streaming network “The First” in mid-August, O’Reilly acknowledged that it was billionaire sedition artist George Soros’ 90th birthday before recounting his life and how he became Public Enemy No. 1 to law and order in the United States.
After reviewing all of the billions Soros has given away to Leftist causes over the years, O’Reilly noted that the Hungarian-born financier who lives in New York City has, in recent years, begun funding Marxists in local district attorney races.
“Since 2015, George Soros has spent more than $17 million on district attorney races,” O’Reilly said, “and that is why you are seeing a collapse of our criminal justice system.”
“You shoplift, they don’t prosecute. You punch somebody in the face, they don’t prosecute,” the host continued. “You get arrested for stealing a car, no bail. You get arrested for deadly assault, no bail.
“Soros, behind it,” O’Reilly added. “Happy birthday, George. Of all the people in my entire 46-year career, George Soros, in my opinion, has harmed America more than any other human being on the planet.
“More than [Osama] bin Laden. More than ISIS. He has subverted our traditional system of justice, he has supported the worst Bolshevik elements you could support,” the host noted further, a reference to the Communist faction that took over Russia after World War I.
“You can write me a letter and you can say, ‘Why? Why?’ I don’t know why,” O’Reilly asserted. “I don’t know. He lives in New York, three residences here. Doesn’t live anywhere else. Married three times, has some kids.
“But I’ve never seen anybody do as much damage to the United States of America as George Soros,” he concluded.
Police are certainly onto Soros and the anarchy-inducing prosecutors whose elections he purchases for them. They loathe the DA’s he helps get into office because it makes their jobs harder and empowers people to break the law because they know they’re not going to be punished.
Why local DA’s? The Washington Times’ Cheryl Chumley notes:
The district attorney’s office is one of the first local lines of defense of the Constitution and the rule of law. That means the potential for immediate progressive impact is huge — and it’s an impact that can be had without all that costly political fighting over, say, a senator’s seat, or a Supreme Court slot.
Buying D.A. seats gives you good bang for the buck, in other words. And oftentimes, quietly, unbeknownst to those who might oppose.
You know, come to think of it, Democrats and their thug allies in Antifa and Black Lives Matter are right after all: We do have two criminal justice systems – one in which lawbreaking is punished and one in which, increasingly, it isn’t.