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March 25, 2022

Soros Los Angeles DA George Gascon Isn't Going to Crack Down on Crime, So Instead He's Offering Citizens Tips on How to Avoid Being Attacked by the Criminals He Frees

It's up to citizens to dress down and only walk in well-lighted, well-trafficked areas.

Because the Soros DA isn't going to be locking criminals up.

Woke Los Angeles DA George Gascon offers 'tips' for residents to avoid having their cars robbed - as theft surges 17% in city after his soft-on-crime policies fuel surge in violence

In a new PSA, embattled LA District Attorney Gascon addressed a spike in car thefts in Los Angeles, which have reached a 10-year high

In 2021, the LAPD and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reported a total of 39,894 stolen vehicle compared to 34,003 in 2020

Gascon's PSA offered four tips- including always locking car doors, not leaving a spare key in vehicles, parking in well-lit areas and investing in anti-theft devices

LA has seen a 54 percent increase in murders since 2019, a rise in the number of street shootings since 2020 and an increase in the number of armed holdups

Hey let's take more advice from Alexandria Donkey-Chompers, just because she has big tits and a Baby Girl Voice which various perverts and groomers on the left find to be an intoxicating mix.

Progressive Los Angeles DA George Gascon released a new PSA last week offering residents 'tips' to avoid having their vehicles stolen - amid skyrocketing car thefts fueled in part by his soft-on-crime policies.

Gascon finally addressed the spike in car thefts after months of headline-grabbing incidents - which have reached a 10-year high in the city, according to LAPD statistics - by saying he is planning on 'working with law enforcement' to hold car thieves accountable.

In 2021, the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department reported a total of 39,894 stolen vehicles compared to 34,003 in 2020- a staggering 17 percent surge.

'In Los Angeles County, we're seeing a noticeable increase in auto theft,' Gascon starts off the PSA. 'My office is working with our law enforcement partners to hold accountable the people involved in this property crime.'

Cops arrest criminals but you set them free.

Cops don't have to change or "work with your office" -- you have to start jailing criminals.

Gascon then goes on to offer four practical tips to avoid car theft, including advising LA residents always keep their car doors locked to make it more difficult to break into and not leaving spare keys behind in vehicles.

He also advised car owners park in well-lit areas where thieves are less likely to attempt to steal vehicles and suggested investing in anti-theft devices as an extra security measure.

'Working together, we can keep our community safe,' Gascon says at the end of the 45 second clip.

"I'm deliberately making your lives as dangerous and grimy as possible, so it's up to you to fight crime."


Since taking office, Gascon has refused to meet with prosecutors to explain the logic behind his policies and he is now said to be reversing course amid growing fury and a fear he'll face a recall like woke San Francisco DA Chesa Boudin, whose policies critics say prioritize the welfare of criminals over victims.

Those collecting citizens to recall this blood-soaked zealot is said to be "well-positioned" to collect all required signatures to force the recall by the deadline.

To qualify, the recall must collect 566,857 signatures from registered Los Angeles County voters (10% of the total current registered voters). However, the campaign will need to collect at least 200,000 more than that to account for invalid signatures. The deadline for submission to the Los Angeles County Registrar is July 6. If successful, the recall would likely appear on the November ballot.

They had 125,000 signatures as of last Friday.

Meanwhile, another Soros DA -- Chesa Boudin, whose parents are both convicted terrorists, and who was raised by two other convicted terrorists while his parents were on the run or in prison -- has made San Francisco the property crime capital of America.

But it's all insured, right?

BAmong the 25 largest U.S. cities, San Francisco has had the highest property-crime rate in four of the most recent six years for which data is available, bucking the long-term national decline in such crimes that began in the 1990s. Property crimes declined in San Francisco during the first year of the pandemic, but rose 13% in 2021. Burglaries in the city are at their highest levels since the mid-1990s. There were 20,663 thefts from vehicles last year -- almost 57 a day -- a 39% increase from the prior year, although still below the record of 31,398 in 2017, according to the police.

Smashed storefronts are so common that the city launched a program to fix them with public money. Car owners leave notes declaring there is nothing of value in their vehicles, or leave their windows open to save themselves from broken glass. Videos of shoplifters hauling goods out of drugstores such as Walgreens have gone viral, and a smash-and-grab robbery by 20 to 40 people at a Louis Vuitton store last November made the national news.

Owners of small businesses say the costs of security and repairs are eating into profits already diminished by the Covid-19 pandemic. In the Castro, the neighborhood where Cliff's is located, shops have recorded nearly 100 instances of smashed windows and doors that cost $170,000 to repair since the beginning of 2020, according to the neighborhood's merchant association.

Some former police officials said in interviews that officers don't feel it is worth making an arrest in low-level cases because they assume the district attorney won't file charges. They also point to a statewide ballot measure passed in 2014 -- Proposition 47 -- that raised the dollar amount at which theft can be prosecuted as a felony from $400 to $950.

From John Sexton at Hot Air, who notes that the San Francisco chief of police reports that his own son has had his car broken into twice during this Terrorist Scion's crime spree.

Below: Scenes from our nation under siege.

In New York City, people are being thrown in front of oncoming subway trains by violent mental patients allowed to walk by a Soros DA and also by the insane no-bail laws, adopted because a Helium Voiced Cretin who Experiments With Adult Baby Play batted her eyelids at them.

The solution to people living in fear every time they have to take a train?

Why, just install barriers and doors so that criminals will have to really work to throw people on to the tracks.

The MTA is looking to improve subway riders' safety, announcing that it would launch a pilot program to test platform doors at three subway stations across the city.

The New York Times reports that the transit agency will install platform doors on the Times Square 7 platform in Manhattan, the Third Avenue L platform in Brooklyn, and the Sutphin Boulevard-Archer Avenue-JFK Airport E platform in Queens. Officials say those three stations are already engineered to accommodate the doors, which block access to the tracks and separate riders from subway trains. The three stations will serve as a test case for a potential wider rollout across the city.

A 2013 analysis estimated that it would cost more than $1 billion to install them across the system, with many platforms unable to accommodate them due to outdated design.

Yeah you could spend billions (expect the cost to be five times higher than the estimate) on retrofitting a thousand subway stations with barriers and automatic doors... or, you know, you could just start arresting criminals and holding them in jail.

Oh, you're set on the subway door solution?

Never mind, then. You do you.

Here's an anti-Asian hate crime the media, which pretended to be all upset about Anti-Asian Hate Crimes when they could pin one on a white male incel, quickly forgot about.

A woman from the Philippines is recovering from a vicious anti-Asian attack in Yonkers, a northern New York City suburb, CBS New York reports.

The suspect is charged with attempted murder as a hate crime and has a long criminal history, the station says. The assault happened on March 11.

Surveillance video of their apartment building's lobby shows a man authorities identified as 42-year-old Tammel Esco assaulting his 67-year-old neighbor. The suspect threw 125 punches, kicked her viciously seven times, then spat on her twice and used anti-Asian slurs.

Hey how come the media didn't emphasize the length of that attack, as they did with George Floyd? Where is all the talk of "seven minutes"?

I literally can't keep up with all the violent attacks. Literally. Because I thought that last attack was the same attack as this one:

But no, that's a different brutal attack on a woman by a "prolific offender" permitted to hunt the streets in search of prey.

I'm pretty sure subway platform doors would not have stopped those attacks.

Say, maybe you're just going to have to arret these psychopathic animals hunting women?

Or nah? Sticking with "subway doors will save us," huh?

If the left cried about George Floyd being merely restrained by cops, wait for the howls when untrained citizens, with a personal, not professional, interest in protecting themselves from criminals, are further impressed into the duty of patrolling the cities themselves:

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