Little Girl’s Attacker Gets Slap On The Wrist From State

(PresidentialWire.com)- Hannah Tubbs, a 26-year-old transgender “woman” who admitted to sexually assaulting and choking a 10-year-old girl in a bathroom stall, has laughed at the extremely light sentence that “she” was given recently.

Tubbs admitted to sexually assaulting the 10-year-old child in 2014 in a Los Angeles restaurant’s bathroom. The case went unsolved for years until DNA evidence was matched with Tubbs’ DNA in other criminal trials she was involved in.

In 2014, Tubbs was 17 years old and male. The sexual assault took place two weeks before he turned 18.

Because Tubbs was technically a minor at the. Time of the incident, the 26-year-old was given an extremely light sentence by Los Angeles District Attorney Goerge Gascon, who chose not to prosecute “her” in an adult court. It means Tubbs will only serve two years in a juvenile facility.

Not only that, but Tubbs won’t even be required to register as a sex offender.

Tubbs was caught boasting about the weak sentencing in a phone call from prison. Fox News reported how she talked about the possibility of only serving six months in the juvenile facility.

“Tubbs also made explicit remarks about the victims that are unfit to print,” Fox added.

Not only is Tubbs not remorseful, but “she” continues to make vile comments about a victim “she” sexually abused at the age of 10.

Think the story’s already bad enough?

Well, get this: the prosecutor was supported by George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist and political agitator who uses his money to help far-left radicals get elected in races across America.

Gascon received millions of dollars in donations from Soros, and when making the ruling for Tubbs insisted that he was honoring his campaign promise not to prosecute anybody who committed a crime as a child as though they are an adult – even if they are an adult by the time they are prosecuted.

Tubbs’ young victim said that the things he did to her were “beyond horrible for a 10-year-old girl to have to go through.”