Under Soros DA, Philly Hits 500 Murders

I like Philadelphia and I want to sympathize. I really do. But a few weeks ago voters had the opportunity to toss Soros DA Larry Krasner to the curb. Instead he won reelection by 69% to 31%. 

Voter fraud is pretty much a given in Philly and it's strange that so little attention has been paid to the outrageous happenings in Philly during the 2020 election, but with a landslide number like this, it's a safe bet that the majority of voters took a look at the rising murder rates and said, "Sure, sign us up for more of the same."

Wish granted.

Philadelphia has recorded its 500th homicide of the year after a woman was gunned down in broad daylight on Wednesday afternoon.

Police say the 55-year-old woman was shot three times in the chest. She was rushed to an area hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Video captured the frantic moments as the victim yelled, "Call 911." Seconds later, you can hear multiple gunshots being fired.

Just another day in George Soros' revival of the best of the 70s. Tune in for the greatest hits and the deadliest records.

On Wednesday morning, Mayor Jim Kenney and Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw were joined by federal, state and local officials at City Hall to address the violence.

"It's terrible to every morning to get up and have to go look at the numbers and then look at the news and see the stories. It's just crazy. It's just crazy and this needs to stop," Kenney said.

Kenney said that reducing the violence is his administration's top priority.

Right after releasing criminals and turning over the streets to thugs while making sure the police are powerless. But after those it's the top priority.

He also called on lawmakers in Harrisburg to allow the city to pass more restrictive gun laws to keep weapons off the streets.

Also pass restrictive laws banning murders and shootings. Or, and this is a crazy thought, start locking up criminals. Or maybe stop releasing them.

Since special court hearings began two weeks ago to approve the emergency release of hundreds of Philadelphia inmates, city and court officials have refused to release any details about who is leaving city jails and why. 

The District Attorney’s Office said it is “not our data to give” – despite having a say in who is released -- and suggested that journalists sue the courts for such information. 

District Attorney Larry Krasner said some people may have been let out who some might consider “violent.”

69% to 31% folks. Buy the ticket, enjoy the ride.

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