WATCH: Posobiec asks George Soros to 'stop funding pro-crime DAs' in America

"Can you simply get out of the way and allow us to elect normal, law abiding district attorneys that will bring charges against violent criminals?"

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC

Human Events Daily host Jack Posobiec broke down what took place on day three of the World Economic Forum, delving into keynote speaker George Soros's comments, saying that the Hungarian billionaire's words were a "stark contrast" to the words of Henry Kissinger, who called for rapprochement with Russia and de-escalation of the war in Ukraine and calling on Ukraine to giving the territory of Crimea and Donbas to Russia.

Soros, on the other hand, said that western civilization itself "may fall if Putin is not defeated," saying that the "only way to save civilization" and save "open society" is to stop Putin in his tracks.

"George Soros and Henry Kissinger, two contrasting opinions, which side will we go with? What's interesting also to mention is that in Soros' speech, he talked about climate change, the threat of nuclear war, green energy, Ukraine, you know what he didn't mention anything about is his funding of district attorneys, his organization's funding of those attorneys across the United States.

"Sir, can you please stop funding these pro-crime DAs in my country?" said Posobiec. "Can you simply get out of the way and allow us to elect normal, law abiding district attorneys that will bring charges against violent criminals who do not want people that are associated with the WEF running criminal justice systems in the United States."

"Anti-social, violent criminals should be locked up when they commit crimes and are convicted for those crimes. That's number one. It's been the opposite under the DAs that are financed by Mr. Soros, and at Human Events Daily, we've already done a bit on this."

Posobiec then discussed the "fact checks" conducted by Reuters and Politifact, who said that the World Economic Forum did not have its own police force, but rather have an entire town's police force tasked to serve the event.

"Another thing that happened... The latest update in our docuseries having been detained as we're filming this docuseries called the Great Global Reset, it's going to be coming out on So, we get fact checked by Reuters, they said 'we just want to make sure you know that the WEF doesn't actually have their own police.' Really? Because myself and my crew were getting frisked by somebody, and that somebody that surrounded us with semi-automatic MP5s had patches said World Economic Forum police on it. Very interesting.

"They said, no no no, that's a local police force that's been tasked to the World Economic Forum police. Completely different!"

"Reuters doesn't write up the story about us being frisked and detained, they write up the fact of who the authorities were for their badges. This is who these people are, they're authoritarian, they do not care when people have their freedom of press completely and utterly decimated before their eyes, they care about reporting on the badges, not the people being detained.


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