A big reason why Soros was rejected so badly in the polls last week

The power of a Trump endorsement is the topic du jour in the election news, but the other big story we learned from this past week's primaries is that George Soros was soundly rejected in his bid to rig the district attorneys' races in California.  His creepy little pawns in his project to get leftist soft-on-crime D.A.s elected across the state lost in nearly all instances.  Voters like me voted for anything that wasn't backed by Soros, given the loathsomeness of his agenda.  This wasn't just confined to solidest conservative voters in the state; the rejection was pan-political. Now we have a whiff of the why.  Here's the headline: "Car Burglaries, Shoplifting Crimes Jump After Prop 47 Vote." And here's the fill: SACRAMENTO (CBSLA/AP) – California voters' decision to reduce penalties for drug and property crimes in 2014 contributed to a jump in car burglaries,...(Read Full Post)