California mother who lost her child to a murderer snapped at George Soros, accusing him of supporting liberal district attorneys and saying that he was helping criminals.
“I don’t believe these district lawyers act like district attorneys. ”
Hernandez voted for George Gascon once, the Soros-backed district attorney. She now believes that Hernandez should be removed as a result of Christian David Silva’s death. Hernandez claimed she wasn’t living in Los Angeles County at the time.
“It is not just a citizen who lives there. Sandra Smith stated that his policies have a negative impact on other counties and parents who reside in the state.
Hernandez wasn’t impressed by Soros’s promise to slow down his donations to progressive District Attorneys. He also denied that Soros intended to do so.
Soros wrote in an opinion piece published Sunday by Wall Street Journal that “some politicians, pundits tried to attribute recent spikes in crime to reform-minded prosecutors.” “I have not seen any evidence that there is a correlation between local crime rates and reform-minded prosecutors”.
Soros attempted to claim that the policies of prosecutors to whom he had donated millions of dollars, like Alvin Bragg (New York City District Attorney) and George Gascon, Los Angeles District Attorney, were either “popular” or effective. ”
Hernandez was among two mothers who lost their children to violent crime and pushed for the recall of George Gascon (Los Angeles District Attorney).
Gascon doesn’t care about victims. Mothers are the ones to blame.
According to organizers of the recall campaign, Gascon’s policies are “soft-on-crime” and should be eliminated to “keep communities safe.” The campaign announced last week that it had 350,000 signatures. It will need nearly 567,000 signatures by the deadline of July 6.
Hernandez claimed she participated in two virtual meetings. But Gascon stated that he only reads from promoters.
This is Gascon’s second recall effort since December 2020. The 2021 recall attempt did not gather enough signatures by the deadline.
Hernandez was part of the first recall effort.
Hernandez said that cases involving other families are currently being referred to the court system for between 2 and 5 years, without assistance from the prosecutor.
“But yet, George Gascon, the District Attorney’s Office, is calling murderer family members to let them know they are doing everything possible to resentence or remove gun-gang allegations. “