Attendees at a funeral for Austin Police Officer Jorge Pastore Friday morning made a Soros-backed district attorney feel so unwelcome that he left the event.

Travis County District Attorney Jose Garza was elected in 2020 with no prosecutorial experience but with the help of $652,000 from billionaire George Soros. He campaigned on an anti-police platform and promised to prosecute law enforcement. He kept his word, and in 2020 indicted 19 police officers for responding to Black Lives Matter riots. He also indicted a police officer named Christopher Taylor for shooting a Latino man, but a mistrial was declared last week due to a hung jury. Garza is nevertheless expected to prosecute Taylor again.

So, when Garza arrived at the funeral for Pastore — who was killed on November 11th while responding to a hostage situation — attendees said it was “a slap in the face.” When he entered a room set aside for first responders, he was asked to leave because he was “making people uncomfortable.” He then tried the room set aside for the mayor and city council but was told he was “not supposed to be” there.

With the only other option being to watch the funeral on television, Garza left early.

“It was a slap in the face to every officer there seeing Garza at the funeral,” a police officer at the funeral told Fox News Digital. “Everyone I spoke to expressed anger, confusion or both given his relationship, or lack thereof, with the law enforcement community.”

“What’s worse, it seemed as though Garza was genuinely confused as to why he was being asked to leave areas he didn’t belong, as though he didn’t understand all the problems he’s caused by unjustly indicting so many of our brothers and sisters. He should have just stayed home.”

Analyses show that the approximately 76 Soros-backed district attorneys across the United States are responsible for 40% of the country’s crime. The billionaire has invested around $40 million installing soft-on-crime DAs, some of whom are now beginning to fall victim to their own policies.