Former SF DA Chesa Boudin Changes Mind, Will No Longer Run Again to Try to Get Job Back Following Recent Disassociation By George Soros

Recalled former San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin today announced that he will not run again to get his job back after being ousted in a June recall election.

Following his ouster, the progressive Boudin said that “A lot of my supporters and endorsements and donors and Democratic clubs that were behind me are urging me to run now, or in 2023.”

“I’m committed, as I always have been my entire life, to doing the work to support our communities, to fight for a fairer system of justice,” Boudin insisted.

In a long Twitter thread on the 2022 special District Attorney election, Boudin declared, “I am choosing to put my family first: I will not be running for office in 2022.”

One Twitter user told Boudin in response, “Please take care. With the new DA in place, I think you will be able to raise your family in a safer environment.”

As we previously reported, left-wing billionaire George Soros’ representatives have denied ties to him following his ouster.

Soros published an op-ed on Sunday where he vowed to continue helping woke Democrat District Attorneys get elected in the piece which was titled, “Why I Support Reform Prosecutors.”

Boudin concluded his Twitter thread, “I know this news will come as a disappointment to many who are dedicated to reform. I assure you I remain deeply committed to justice and to the people of San Francisco.”

Boudin was replaced by San Francisco Mayor London Breed with Brooke Jenkins, who had served as a prosecutor under Boudin until she resigned and became a prominent public face of the recall campaign.

Jenkins has cleaned house by dismissing numerous prosecutors and broke with Boudin’s record this week by rescinding a series of drug plea deals extended under Boudin, saying San Francisco needed to crack down on drug dealers