There were a few happy results from Tuesday’s elections.
Last week, Elon Musk used Joe Rogan’s podcast to call out his fellow multi-billionaire George Soros for making crime so much worse in America.
“Getting district attorneys elected who refused to prosecute crime, that’s part of the problem in San Francisco and LA and many other cities,” Musk added. “Soros realized that you don’t actually need to change the laws. You just need to change how they’re enforced.”
He’s right and the good news is that an outraged public is fighting back.
In liberal Pittsburgh, Soros-backed public defender Matt Dugan won May’s Democratic primary against District Attorney Stephen Zappala. But Zappala won the GOP nomination on a write-in and this week he won re-election by convincing 30 percent of Democrats to cross party lines and vote for him.
In the most stunning upset of the day on Tuesday, suburban Loudoun County, Virginia, liberal Buta Biberaj was ousted as the top prosecutor by Republican Bob Anderson. Biberaj was attacked for mishandling sexual assault cases in Loudoun County schools earning the ire of parents throughout the county.
Most amazingly, Johnson won despite being outspent 15-1!