Conviction of US Army Vet Being Exposed as Part of Corrupt and Sick Plot by George Soros

Army veteran Sergeant Daniel Perry was recently found guilty of murder in Austin, Texas.

His case came about after a fatal run-in with a Black Lives Matter (BLM) rioter in 2020. Driving an Uber in downtown Austin, Perry responded to a man who pointed an AK-47 at him by shooting the man dead.

Now, the corruption and fraud that went on in convicting Perry of murder for defending himself are being dragged to the surface and it’s sickening. As you may have guessed, yes, billionaire globalist George Soros is involved.

What Happened?

In 2020, Perry was driving an Uber in downtown Austin trying to do his job. There was a loud and rowdy BLM protest near the courthouse and he tried to navigate through the screaming crowds and get out of the mess.

That’s when a young man by the name of Garrett Foster approached his vehicle and allegedly raised his weapon in a threatening gesture.

Perry’s defense team says his vehicle was also being surrounded in a threatening way by protesters. Perry drew a handgun that he carried legally and shot Foster multiple times, fatally wounding the 28-year-old.

He was subsequently charged with homicide and after going through the trial process, Perry was found guilty on April 7.

Digging Up Dirt

Digging under the surface, we see that DA Jose Garza intentionally kept exculpatory evidence out of the trial that would have cleared Perry.

Garza also tampered with witnesses to steer the trial into a guilty verdict. This DA had over $1 million donated to his campaign through the foundations of George Soros, who works to install pro-criminal leftist judges across the country.

Garza loves BLM and Antifa. He’s a leftist extremist. That’s why Soros backed him. It’s no wonder he told police to take out evidence that showed Perry acting in self-defense.

George Soros Hates America

George Soros and his globalist kin hate America to the core. They are trying to destroy the republic and set criminals loose all over our streets.

When Sgt. Perry tried to defend himself he got hit with a murder conviction. Texas Governor Greg Abbott says he is working as fast as possible through the legal channels to issue Perry a pardon.

It can’t come soon enough. This case is egregious.

This article appeared in StatesmanPost and has been published here with permission.