Suspect in Car Shooting Released on Small Bond by Soros-Backed State Attorney

February 16, 2022 Updated 9:38 AM ET

February 15, 2022 Updated 1:24 P.M. ET

ORLANDO (FCV) – 19-year-old Emanuel Bullard was arrested for four separate shootings in Orange County. Deputies say that surveillance footage clearly shows the suspect shooting at people from within his Mercedes. He has now been released on bond.

Deputies arrested Bullard after serving a warrant. Also, during the execution of the warrant, they found the Mercedes with the corresponding damage. Bullard fled into the woods, but eventually surrendered.

Now, Bullard has been released on a paltry $3,550 bond in Orange County, who’s State Attorney is Democrat Monique H. Worrell of the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court. She was elected in November 2020 and is the chief prosecutor for Orange and Osceola County.

Residents and observers are concerned as to why a suspected violent criminal – involving a shooting no less – was released on such a bond. Florida’s Voice investigated and learned during her campaign, Worrell received considerable amounts of money from a group funded by George Soros, a left-wing billionaire.

Soros influence has been linked to soft-on-crime left-wing state attorneys and judges being elected across the country, as well as Black Lives Matter.

The committee that funded Worrell’s campaign was Our Vote Our Choice. The group raised about $2.2 million dollars, with the money entirely going to Monique Worrell, according to organizers as reported in the Orlando Sentinel.

The committee raised $1 million of its funds via the Democracy PAC, a political committee that is funded by George Soros.

Soros recently pumped a whopping $125 million overall, nationwide into the PAC.

The Orlando Sentinel reported on the committee’s funding actions in August of 2020 during the election cycle, characterizing the spending as a “last-minute, outside-ad blitz in support of Worrell.” Soros also spent $1.3 million dollars in the final weeks of the 2016 campaign in the same Florida district for Aramis Ayala.

Worrell spent more money than all of her primary opponents combined in August 2020. Almost all of the money spent was from the Soros-backed group.

The Sentinel also reports that Worrell, at the time of the election, has never prosecuted a case, which lead to questions of her fitness for the office as head prosecutor. Some of the ads characterized her as a “former prosecutor,” which ran contrary to Worrell’s history.

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