Dog The Bounty Hunter Vows to 'Take Down' George Soros
Wages war on billionaire globalist over Soros-backed bill
Reality TV star Dog The Bounty Hunter has vowed to "take down" billionaire globalist George Soros, branding him a traitor to American justice.
Dog, real name Duane Chapman, and his wife Beth have recently been in California to lobby against a new Soros-backed bill designed to abolish the current cash bail system for criminal defendants in the state.
Speaking about Soros' plot to disrupt the current criminal justice system, Dog said;
"We’re all into rehabilitation."
"Let's take the guy out and make him change his life; not hope he will.”
The New Right reported that the California Money Bail Reform Act of 2017, also known as Senate Bill 10 (SB 10), is co-sponsored by several so-called "criminal justice reform" groups that are funded by billionaire Soros’ international grantmaking network.
"I think that the legislators…have been duped,” Beth said during a press conference held last week."
"The criminal element of our community is laughing at them and thinking, ‘how stupid are these people to let all of us run free?’"
Patriot Beacon reports: Beth, who earned national fame when she starred on the reality television series “Dog The Bounty Hunter” with her husband, is currently the president of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States.
In that role, she represents 15,000 bondsmen that are fighting what she perceives to be a nationwide “attack” on their industry and a threat to public safety.
Soros has been backing the campaign to eliminate money bail as part of a broad reform strategy.
"This bill is part of a national movement, a recognition that the way we have been handling pretrial processes in California and across the country is not fair or just," said Senator Bob Hertzberg (D-Van Nuys), who co-authored SB 10.
"Whether you can go free before a trial is determined by the size of your wallet and not the size of your public safety risk, and that’s not the way it should be."
Dog The Bounty Hunter himself, however, is confident that California will not fall for this nonsense.
“I know California will not be duped into this ‘hug a thug’ program,” said ‘Dog’ Chapman.