After Memphis, Time to Put ‘Soros District Attorneys’ Under Legal Restraints

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On Sept. 7, it was Memphis, Tennessee, where the bodies were splattered.  

But it could have been anywhere.  

Pick any U.S. city—Los Angeles; Chicago; New York; Detroit; Portland, Oregon (home of rampaging Antifa brown shirts), or right where I live in Nashville, Tennessee, to name just a few, the list could go on and on—and you will find an escalation of unspeakable violence.

How do you have a civilization like that? How do you have a country like that?

That it’s largely black people who are the victims of these crimes and murders has been known for years; however, that seems to have no effect on the mayors and district attorneys of these cities—victims, as they are, of mass formation psychosis (ideological brainwashing) and the diktats of Lord Soros, who helped get many of them elected.

That all these cities are run by Democratic Party machines also is well known. Do these people hate blacks? By their actions, you would think that they did.

You would also think Republicans would do something about the violence and carnage, and would capitalize on it. Good luck. Here in Nashville, the GOP didn’t even run a candidate for district attorney, a job with an inexplicable eight-year term in this city. I asked members of the Davidson County (Nashville) Republican Party why that had happened and got blank stares—and this is a city dependent on tourism and therefore on public safety.

In case you hadn’t noticed, too, it’s not just true of Nashville or even Memphis. District attorneys are the most important jobs in all our big cities now, not the mayors. It’s the DAs that determine who is allowed on our streets and when. 

Ezekiel Kelly, the 19-year-old arrested for the mass shootings in Memphis, was accused of attempted murder in 2021 but, via a plea bargain, was given three years for aggravated assault—and then was let out in 11 months. We all know what he’s alleged to have done next.

How do the people who arranged this “bargain” feel now? Do they even have a conscience? In a decent society, they should resign from their offices.

By Roger L. Simon

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