Americans all over the country are tired of leftwing prosecutors undermining their community and supporting criminals. After spending millions to win local prosecutor elections all over the country in 2022, Soros-backed prosecutors lost big races last week.
Fox News writes that “three Republicans who embraced tough-on-crime positions defeated their Democrat challengers in five prosecutor elections from different corners of the country.
Amid a steady stream of discussions surrounding crime in America, Republicans fared well in three out of five district attorney elections on Nov. 8 that were identified this month as “places to watch” by Politico.”
The Republican Party achieved victories in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
In Broome County, New York, the Republican candidate, Paul Battisti, outpaced his Democrat opponent, former Binghamton Mayor Matt Ryan, and was elected as the next district attorney for the county.
In Pennsylvania, Steve Zappala, a Democrat incumbent, won the election in Allegheny County. Afer losing a primary to hard-left, soft-on-crime Matt Dugan, Zappala changed parties. Despite not having the support of local Democrats, Zappala, who is a centrist candidate, claimed his seventh term in office.
The biggest and most shocking win for the GOP last week, however, might have been in Loudon County, Virginia. Soros-funded incumbent
DA Buta Biberaj lost to Bob Anderson by 300 votes despite spending $1.1 million to his $70k.
Biberaj became nationally famous for her prosecution of a father, Scott Smith, who protested a school board meeting after his daughter was allegedly sexually assaulted by a transgender female while in a school locker room.
Last fall, a judge in The Old Dominion had to remove Biberaj from an appeal case because he did not believe the DA could be impartial.
“The concerns about the public confidence in the integrity of the prosecution as well as the Defendant’s concerns regarding the impartiality of the Commonwealth’s Attorney are sufficiently grounded. As a result, the integrity of the Defendant’s due process rights is in jeopardy and must be protected,” the judge wrote.
“Biberaj and the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office is hereby REMOVED AND DISQUALIFIED from further prosecution as counsel of record in this matter,” the judge concluded.
Smith was eventually convicted of obstruction of justice and disorderly conduct but received a pardon from Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin. The school board leader he was protesting, and whom Biberaj bent over backward to protect, was eventually indicted for covering up the assault against Smith’s daughter.