George Soros, a Hungarian-born leftist billionaire who bankrolled Andrew Warren’s campaign for Florida state attorney, is seeing one of his corrupt legal plants get knocked around after Republican Governor Ron DeSantis reinstated law and order in the state by removing Warren from office last week.
Warren remarked in a tweet last month, “The 15-week prohibition is unlawful on its face. Tallahassee recognized this when it approved the measure with the hope that judges will disregard the privacy guarantee in the Florida Constitution.”
Ironically, this blatant endeavor by DeSantis to oust Warren occurred just as the prime leader of Hungary, Viktor Orban, was speaking at CPAC in Texas about the dangers of his archenemy, George Soros, and how to fight back against the Soros leftist agenda. And Orban should be aware of this.
Soros damaged the law and order of his own nation. In his expulsion of Warren, DeSantis criticized Soros. He will not tolerate Soros’ presence in Florida.
“State Attorneys have a duty to prosecute offenses as defined by Florida law, not to pick and choose which laws to pursue based on his personal agenda,” DeSantis said in a statement after Friday’s removal of Warren from the 13th Judicial Circuit.
Prosecutors have a duty to enforce the law, not pick and choose which laws they agree with.
The State Attorney for the 13th Judicial Circuit, Andrew Warren, has instituted nonenforcement policies and has declared that he will refuse to enforce laws he doesn’t like. pic.twitter.com/EbSbCRrLHa
— Ron DeSantis (@GovRonDeSantis) August 4, 2022
Warren, a Hillsborough prosecutor, took to Twitter after being dismissed from office and said, “I’m not going down without a fight. It shouldn’t matter if you’re a Republican or a Democrat or a Libertarian; everybody should be outraged. This is how our democracy crumbles.”
Warren made no mention of comprehending the nature of a republic.
Together, we will fight Ron DeSantis' abuse of power and restore the will of the voters. I hope you'll join me.
— Andrew Warren (@AndrewWarrenFL) August 7, 2022
Warren says in the video, “He came down to Tampa — to Hillsborough County — to illegally remove me as part of some political circus.”
“He did it because he wants to imprison women and their physicians based on a legislation that has already been deemed to violate the Florida Constitution. He did so because he wants to execute a discriminatory legislation against our LGBTQ community – a statute that does not yet exist. He will not get away with it.”
Before he could read the governor’s directive, an armed sheriff’s deputy followed Warren out of his office on Thursday before he could read it.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“I was blindsided by this plot to illegally remove me from office,” Warren told the Tampa Bay Times on Sunday. “That’s what Russia does. That’s what China does. That’s not America.”
“The feedback has been overwhelmingly supportive, and from all over the country,” Warren said in the video. “People know that this is a dangerous abuse of power that scares anyone who cherishes democracy … We’ll be hitting back and hitting back hard with a thorough defense of democracy that eviscerates the governor’s nonsensical order.” CONTINUE READING…