George Soros Backed Candidate Rejected, Loses

( A George Soros-funded DA candidate Julie Gunnigle has lost her election. This is excellent news for anyone who values law and order.

Consistently problematic, Soros-funded DAs have directly contributed to the nation’s current crime crisis.

Reports show that Gunnigle, whose extremist pro-abortion attitude caused waves throughout the campaign, has lost the special election for Maricopa County attorney to Republican Rachel Mitchell.

Gunnigle conceded on Monday with 94 percent of votes counted and Mitchell ahead by 4 points. The Democrat stated that the results demonstrate the continuation of the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office’s heritage of corruption.

In a press release issued later that day, Mitchell, a seasoned prosecutor who has served as interim Maricopa County attorney since March, declared victory. She stated that public safety is not partisan.  All Arizonans want safe living, working, and child-rearing environments.

Investigative reports show Way to Lead PAC, which received hundreds of thousands of dollars from Soros’s Democracy PAC, contributed $6,550 to Gunnigle’s campaign. During her candidacy, she received criticism after an article alleged that she collaborated with abortion facilities that sold fetal organs. In September, Gunnigle tweeted that the news was “disinformation” in response to Mitchell allies’ direct text alerts to voters referencing the story.

The Democratic told voters that if elected, she would not enforce the 15-week abortion restriction signed into law in March by Republican Governor Doug Ducey. She also promised to establish a special branch inside her office to prosecute police shootings and the use of force while dismissing many minor offenses. Phoenix, the largest town in Maricopa County, has seen a 40 percent increase in crime over the past two years.

Rachel Mitchell is well-known for serving as an expert witness on sex crimes during Brett Kavanaugh’s 2018 Senate confirmation hearings. She told senators that a reasonable prosecutor would never have relied on Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony against Kavanaugh.

Mitchell will serve for two years before seeking reelection in 2024 for a full four-year term.

Let’s hope she can help straighten out Arizona’s election system.