Welcome to San Francisco. A number of formerly great American cities have had Soros DA’s inflicted on them. And there’s a close race over which of them has wrecked their respective cities and earned the hatred of crime victims more.
But only one of them has genuine domestic terrorist ancestry.
Welcome to San Francisco. Now run for it. And run faster. Faster still. Because the criminals are gaining.
On Wednesday afternoon, the smash-and-grabs turned into armed robbery. KPIX 5 reporter Don Ford was on the story Tuesday and again on Wednesday, and was preparing to interview nearby homeowners when a white luxury sedan with four men inside pulled up.
“The car came up here while we were about to do an interview, three guys jumped out,” said Ford. “One had a gun and put in my face and said, ‘We’re taking the camera.’”
The whole encounter with a Glock in his face took less than a minute. “My whole thought at the moment was be calm. Let’s not get this guy excited. He’s got the gun. I don’t. So you take you the camera. It’s yours Buddy.”
“I was worried that this is what’s gonna happen, because as thieves get more and more brazen, they do more and more brazenly things. I’m not making that up. We just had that experience today,” a neighbor who asked not to be identified told KPIX 5.
Supervisor Rafael Mandelman who represents the city’s District 8 which includes Twin Peaks said in a tweet that the robbery was “ridiculous and unacceptable … but not entirely unexpected.”
It’s Chesa Boudin’s town. And that means San Francisco belongs to the criminals. And I don’t just mean Pelosi.
Monthanus and her husband Eric Lawson also have questions for District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who was quoted in a recent New York Times article calling Watson’s actions before Vicha’s death “some sort of temper tantrum.”
It’s like the Soros DA reflexively sympathizes with criminals as his worldview.
San Francisco’s Bernal Heights neighborhood is experiencing an increase in burglaries of homes and businesses, and District Attorney Chesa Boudin said he has two theories for the surge.
The second theory on what’s driving the increase, Boudin said, is the “economic desperation” that has come with the pandemic, which has left residents without work and grappling with the economic impacts of the global health pandemic.
Oddly, the businesses being robbed haven’t turned to robbery themselves raising questions about Boudin’s Marxist pro-crime garbage.
Maybe the next reporter who gets robber can ask the thugs about Boudin’s theories.