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Father, we pray against the attempts of the Soros-funded prosecutors in our nation to favor criminals and make our cities less safe. We pray that more leaders like Governor Shapiro would stand boldly against these soft-on-crime policies.
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A Pennsylvania court dealt a blow to Soros-funded District Attorney Larry Krasner, whose soft-on-crime policies made his city less safe.

From The Daily Wire. Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner lost a major appellate case last week against Michelle Henry, the State’s Democratic Attorney General. Although Henry was the putative winner, the real winners are the 682,000-plus people who ride the transit system each day in and around the City of Brotherly Love.

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Krasner, Philly’s Soros-funded rogue prosecutor, sued Henry over a 2023 state law signed by Governor Josh Shapiro, called Act 40, which authorized the state’s attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor to handle all crimes on the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) transit system.

Act 40 was originally passed because Krasner’s pro-criminal policies, such as refusing to prosecute simple assault, theft, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and watering down felonies in serious cases, were endangering everyone who rides SEPTA. Robberies and aggravated assaults jumped more than 80% on SEPTA from 2019 through 2021 …

Last week, in the case Krasner v. Henry, Pennsylvania’s second highest court rejected all of Krasner’s arguments and upheld the law. As the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania noted in its 47-page opinion, the General Assembly determined that Krasner “permitted crime to metastasize within SEPTA.” …

Two of Krasner’s arguments were particularly enlightening …

First, despite irrefutable evidence to the contrary, Krasner claimed that he and his office vigorously prosecute those who commit crimes on SEPTA, and that any decrease in the number of cases his office has filed is due to a sharp decrease in arrests by SEPTA Transit Police Department Officers. …

Second, Krasner argued that Act 40 is unconstitutional because it would impair his ability to raise arguments in the defense of criminal suspects! …

Thankfully, the Court of Appeals rejected that absurd agreement, writing that “the DA has no standing to raise arguments for criminal defendants.” …

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(Excerpt from The Daily Wire. Photo Credit: KATRIN BOLOVTSOVA on Pexels)

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L J
July 10, 2024

Finally!!! We need all Soros-funded DAs and SOSs to be defunded and fired! Every place has increased in crime under this oligarch! It would help our country to deport him. He is a Jew hater from Nazi Germany.
Lord Jesus deal with George Soros and his sons who live to try to destroy our beloved country. Thank you for this one decision which hopefully will lead to all the rest of the states following suit. Amen.

Dee
July 3, 2024

Praise the Lord that Krasner has been shut down. Anything to do with Soros is anti-American and he needs to be deported from this nation. He has turned agsinst America and Israel and our politicians should keep him out of our government. He causes nothing but destruction.

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Gerald
July 3, 2024

Praise the Lord

Perhaps this is a sign the country is finally fed-up enough with crime that even liberal government is out to nuetralize Soro’s hired criminal government officials’ lawless antics.

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