Voters in Loudon County, Virginia, recently ousted Soros-backed prosecutor Buta Biberaj, instead electing Republican Bob Anderson as county attorney. The results of this local election are significant as Loudon has been a hotly contested, purple county.
According to reports, Biberaj had received nearly $1 million in campaign funding from George Soros’ organization. Despite this, she lost the Loudon County Commonwealth Attorney position to Anderson, who only had $70,000 in campaign cash to work with. The Republican challenger beat the far-left prosecutor in a razor-thin margin of 68,068 to 67,768 votes.
Loudon County voted undeniably red for decades, but in recent years, the political landscape has shifted in the locality. Unlike other Virginia counties surrounding Washington, D.C., which are solid blue, Loudon is a mixed bag. Subsequently, the county has drawn substantial media attention over its political battles, particularly in the local school system, in areas of concern such as critical race theory, transgender issues, and more.
Many have stated that the political dynamic observed in Loudon County is representative of the broader landscape throughout Virginia. The Old Dominion as a whole has consistently voted Democrat in recent years. However, many claim the state is returning to its purple status based on trends like those seen in Loudon County. Hopefully, this demonstrates a broader movement of local citizens taking political action to combat the radical policies of the Soros-funded ideologues.
For years, billionaire investor George Soros has been directing exorbitant pieces of his considerable wealth to influence powerful positions, such as district attorney, in local elections. Infiltrating these positions with radical leftists is having an undeniable impact on society at the most basic level, which can be observed just walking down the streets of most American cities.
For example, Soros-supported Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzot implemented a policy not to prosecute the theft of “necessary items” between $100 and $750. Members of the Dallas community railed against Creuzot, complaining of rising crime incentivized by his policy. Fortunately, the district attorney rescinded this policy when running for reelection amid the pushback. Many other Soros DAs around the country have enacted similar policies, which have been heavily criticized for promoting crime.
Even Elon Musk has given his thoughts on George Soros and his political endeavors after having observed their impact firsthand. Musk concluded that Soros “hates humanity,” having no other explanation for his nonsensical policies. “In my opinion, [Soros] fundamentally hates humanity,” Musk stated during an entertaining interview on “The Joe Rogan Experience”. “He’s doing things that erode the fabric of civilization — getting DA’s elected who refuse to prosecute crime.”
“He’s pushing things in other countries, too. He’s very good at arbitrage. You know, famously, he shorted the British pound. That’s sort of how I think he made his first of money, was shorting the pound,” he continued. “So he’s good at spotting, basically, arbitrage, spotting value for money that other people don’t see.”
“The lowest value for money is a presidential race. Then the next lowest value for money is a senate race, then a congress, but once you get to city and state district attorneys, the value for money is extremely good,” Musk added.
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