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Written by: Diana West
Friday, November 06, 2020 8:49 AM 

Top officials in Pennsylvania charged with ensuring that the state's presidential election was free and fair are protoges of George Soros. 

1. State Attorney General Kathy Boockvar

Boockvar spent three years , according to Bucks County Courier Times, as the senior voting rights attorney for the Advancement Project, a Soros funded non-profit, whose mission is to see "structural racism" "dismantled" through the "practice of community-centered racial justice lawyering."

Boockvar also became executive director of "birthing center" Lifecycle WomanCare in Bryn Athyn, Montgomery County (which immediately made me think of 1960s radical/Columbia Nursing School honcho Jennifer Dohrn.)

We know of Boockvar's public bias against President Trump

Boockvar is also a defendant in this lawsuit seeking to halt the flow of Mark Zuckerberg's millions around the legislature and into Pennsylvania election system.

Boockvar's husband Jordan Yeagar, a Bucks County judge, is the recipent of Florence Neilson Environmental Leadership Award from Clean Water Action. I have seen reports linking Clean Water Action to anti-Trump protests, and to Soros money also, but cannot yet confirm.

2. Philadelphia Distict Attorney Larry Krasner 

At his election night victory party in 2018, supporters of the new Philly DA Larry Krasner chanted “F— the FOP [the Fraternal Order of Police]” and “No good cops in a racist system!” So reported Cully Stimson at The Daily Signal. 

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, George Soros had dumped a colossal $1.45 million into Krasner's campaign.

Krasner was a headliner at the communist People's Summit in Chicago in 2017.

3. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is the official who must ceritfy state election results. I have seen reports linking Shapiro to Soros, but cannot confirm. Shapiro's bias against Trump, however, is as rancourous as the Soros pols. On October 31, several days before the Election, Shapiro tweeted the following:


Days earlier, with Philadelphia riot-torn after a police shooting, Shapiro excoriated and even threatened the President in a rant not at all befitting the highest law enforcement officer in the state. Calling Trump "lawless, power-hungry despot," Shapiro referenced a law suit then in the works by the Trump campaign against the state's refusal to permit  poll-watchers, and threatened the president: "Break the law here, and I’ve got something for you.”

To think that this government of thugs was once in the hands of our Founding Fathers.


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