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Soros-Backed Attorney Resigns After Investigation Reveals ‘One of Most Egregious Hatch Act Violations’

Massachusetts U.S. Attorney Rachael Rollins will resign following a lengthy investigation into ethical misconduct by the Department of Justice’s inspector general.

In the report, the U.S. Office of Special Counsel alleged the Soros-backed prosecutor “violated the Hatch Act by (1) leaking non‐public U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) information so that news outlets would report that a political candidate she opposed was facing a potential DOJ investigation, and (2) attending a Democratic National Committee fundraiser while on duty, in her official capacity, and using a government‐owned vehicle.”

“Ms. Rollins’s conduct in leaking non‐public DOJ information constitutes an extraordinary abuse of her authority and threatens to erode public confidence in the integrity of federal law enforcement actions. OSC now refers the violations, together with Ms. Rollins’s response, to you for appropriate action,” the report added.

Rollins allegedly attended a political party fundraiser in her official capacity that featured Jill Biden and lied about obtaining proper approval to meet her.

The prosecutor is also accused of attempting to meddle in a local electoral race.

“OSC informed Ms. Rollins that this report would be released publicly today. Shortly thereafter, it was reported that Ms. Rollins intends to resign by the end of this week. Even if Ms. Rollins resigns, which would foreclose the possibility of any disciplinary action, I hope that this report provides an opportunity for you to emphasize to all federal employees the importance of serving the public in a professional and nonpartisan manner. The American people deserve nothing less,” the report added.

Zero Hedge reported:

The second violation took place between August and September when she “repeatedly attempted to sabotage the campaign of a political candidate by leaking non-public U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) information to the media to plant a story that the candidate she opposed was facing a DOJ investigation.”

The second violation was described by the OSC as “one of the most egregious Hatch Act violations that OSC has ever investigated.”

The Hatch Act prohibits government employees from abusing their official authority to affect the outcome of an election.

According to the report, “political activity” is described as “activity directed toward the success or failure of a political party, partisan political group, or candidate for partisan political office and includes attending a political event.”

Per the report, Rollins was found to have “interfer[ed] with or affect[ed]” the outcome of the election for district attorney (DA) of Suffolk County, Massachusetts in 2022” when she leaked information regarding her office’s recusal from a possible DOJ investigation into a candidate she was opposing, DA Kevin Hayden.

Rollins heavily supported Hayden’s opponent, Ricardo Arroyo, according to the report, which added that throughout the campaign, Arroyo suggested to Rollins that her office should announce an investigation into Hayden.

“It “[w]ould be the best thing I can have happen at this moment,” Arroyo wrote to Rollins.

“Understood. Keep fighting and campaigning. I’m working on something,” Rollins wrote back.

“Disgraced Soros prosecutor Rachael Rollins repeatedly lied under oath to cover up her crimes. Career officials said her actions were among the ‘most egregious’ they have ever seen. Yet Biden’s DOJ refuses to prosecute her because she’s an ideological ally,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) said.


The Post Millennial noted:

Rollins’ campaign for district attorney was reportedly backed by George Soros, who has a history of funding elections for local prosecutors, including George Gascon in LA.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), who infamously drew media attention over her self-admitted phony claims of having American Indian ancestry, commented in a joint statement with fellow Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) that the findings surrounding Rollins were “deeply troubling” and indicated they support her stepping down.

“It’s powerfully important that public officials follow high ethical standards and the Justice Department’s work on behalf of Massachusetts will continue uninterrupted,” Markey and Warren said.

As was alluded to by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR), Rollins’ nomination in 2021 proved to be contentious, as Vice President Kamala Harris had to step in and act as a tie-breaker for her to make it through a Senate vote. At the time, Republicans argued she is an extremist who will push policies that benefit violent criminals, pointing to her history as the district attorney in Suffolk County.

The Heritage Foundation wrote in 2020 that Rollins was “another Soros puppet.”

But, unfortunately, this is far from Rollins’ most serious transgression, because her goals are part of a larger radical movement.

Liberal billionaire George Soros, and other wealthy individuals, realized early on that prosecutors are the gatekeepers to the criminal justice system, so they decided to hand select attorneys who would do their bidding by refusing to prosecute entire categories of crimes, fundamentally “reimagining prosecution” and reverse engineering the criminal justice system into something unrecognizable in the process.

Replacing independent, progressive traditional prosecutors with rogue district attorneys became the game plan with Boston functioning as a petri dish for this radical experiment.

Read the full U.S. Office of Special Counsel report HERE.


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