Office Holder Put Into Position As Part Of International Financier’s Secret Plan To Remake Criminal Justice System In United States Says What?

Gardner alleges racist conspiracy in federal civil rights lawsuit against St. Louis, police union

The first black woman elected as circuit attorney in the city of St. Louis is taking long-standing racial tensions, specifically between her office and the police department, to federal court.

On Monday, Circuit Attorney Kimberly M. Gardner filed a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging a racist conspiracy to stop her from doing her job. Gardner is suing the city of St. Louis; the St. Louis Police Officers Association and its longtime business manager Jeff Roorda; a former police officer named Charles Lane who sued Gardner’s office; and Gerard Carmody and his children, who are the private attorneys appointed as special prosecutors to investigate her office’s handling of the investigation of former Gov. Eric Greitens.

Is this a conspiracy? George Soros’ quiet overhaul of the U.S. justice system:

While America’s political kingmakers inject their millions into high-profile presidential and congressional contests, Democratic mega-donor George Soros has directed his wealth into an under-the-radar 2016 campaign to advance one of the progressive movement’s core goals — reshaping the American justice system.

The billionaire financier has channeled more than $3 million into seven local district-attorney campaigns in six states over the past year — a sum that exceeds the total spent on the 2016 presidential campaign by all but a handful of rival super-donors.

Gardner would probably disagree, as she received some of that money from a foreign national: St. Louis circuit attorney candidate defends accepting super PAC campaign money from liberal billionaire.

Well, perhaps it’s a plan, but it’s probably not shadowy enough to be a true conspiracy, and it’s certainly not racist in the headline sense.

But I really wish our system of government hadn’t turned into a reality television show designed to entertain its own participants.

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