AL: Moore opponent Doug Jones headed Soros-linked project to make fed. prosecutors SJWs

AL: Moore opponent Doug Jones headed Soros-linked project to make fed. prosecutors SJWs
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[Ed. – Of course he did.  There’s no Democrat these days who hasn’t had some dealings with a Soros-funded political enterprise.  In this case, Doug Jones spearheaded it and put his name on it.  The import of the Brennan Center project is NOT about optional, feel-good community involvement for U.S. prosecutors; it’s about remaking their professional profile to focus on an SJW agenda — whether that’s what the taxpayers and Congress want, or not.  See, for example, opening the “neighborhood prosecutor’s office in a storefront”; the profile of community organizing and political ambulance chasing, at taxpayer expense and purporting to act on behalf of the American people and constitutional government.]

Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate for December’s Senate special election in Alabama, spearheaded an effort on behalf of a legal group massively funded by billionaire George Soros that sought to fundamentally transform the role of U.S. Attorneys from one of prosecuting criminals to activists that enact a so-called progressive criminal justice agenda.

Among other things, Jones’ project called on federal prosecutors to reduce or avoid sentences for drug offenders, make decisions about seeking jail time on individual cases based upon federal incarceration levels and use their pulpits to “spread change” and work with outside “community organizations” to root out the “causes of violence.” …

The [Brennan Center] report also pushed a strategy whereby prosecutors go outside the preview of the U.S. judicial system to monitor disputes within the framework of working locally within the community.

The report advocates a strategy that “often entails opening up a neighborhood prosecutor’s office in a storefront.”

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