MARK LEVIN (HOST): There was a great piece in Breitbart the other day, "The Soros dozen: Big city prosecutors backed by George Soros." This S.O.B., this bastard's never been yanked before any committee to testify about anything, he's never investigated about anything. As far as I'm concerned, he has blood on his hands. He uses his billions to destroy. Unbelievable.
"Left wing billionaire and Democratic donor," writes our buddy Joel Pollack, "George Soros has turned his attention in recent years to local races for prosecutors, using his money to elect so-called progressives who push so-called criminal justice reform and support the Black Lives Matter movement."
You know, I spent a lot of time yesterday talking about what took place 80 years ago, didn't I, Mr. Producer? The Final Solution, 1942. I went into great detail about it, like I don't think anybody else on radio ever has.
And the best Media Matters could do, this Soros-front organization, was to accuse me of comparing the Nazis to Black Lives Matter, completely ignoring the entire context of what I was talking about -- that how could you, after the Holocaust, be an anti-Semitic organization was my point.
They didn't write a word about anything I said, about what happened 80 years ago, they didn't write a word about the Final Solution, except in the context of trying to, of course, destroy my character, my name. Because this is a Soros-front group.
And as most of you know, as a young teenager he assisted a Nazi. He's since come up with one excuse after another. But that's the sugar daddy behind the American Marxists movement, that's the sugar daddy behind groups like Media Matters. That's why they wrote what they wrote rather than point out that this is something this 80th year, the planning of the Final Solution that deserved the kind of attention that I gave it. But they're incapable of it because they're part of this whole crap movement.
The rise of the Soros-backed prosecutors has coincided with a massive surge in murder and crime and many Democrat run cities. Including many where these prosecutors have implemented radical policies toward policing and incarceration. And most recently, L.A. District Attorney George Gascón has faced criticism for his radical so-called reforms in the years since he took office, while murders have soared. The city last year experienced three hundred ninety seven murders, up eleven point eight percent from the 355 the previous year and a fifty three point nine percent increase from the 258 in the pre-pandemic year of 2019, L.A. Magazine noted. It's becoming a hellhole. I'm just telling you, I've been there. It's just dangerous, it's filthy. These murders included the shooting death of Jacqueline Avante, a black philanthropist and the wife of legendary music producer Clarence Avant, who was killed during a robbery in her home. Gascón blamed the system for her death.