WAKE WATCH: Frisco Prosecutors Resign Because DA Won’t Prosecute Crimes

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Two San Francisco prosecutors quit their jobs in disgust at the city’s DA’s soft approach to law enforcement.

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And now Brooke Jenkins and Dan DuBain have joined forces to recall ultra-awake District Attorney Chesa Boudin whose parents are convicted terrorists.

Under Boudin, crime in Frisco skyrocketed with initiatives such as the Sanctuary City and not prosecuting anyone who steals less than $ 1,000 in merchandise.

Now prosecutors and others accuse Boudin of making the city unsafe by negotiating absurdly lenient sentences – far less than what is required by law. In some cases, no charges are laid.

“Chesa has a drastic approach which is not to charge the crime in the first place and just free individuals without re-education and put them in positions where they are just more likely to reoffend,” said veteran Jenkins.

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“As an African American and Latin American woman, I totally agree that the criminal justice system needs a lot of work, but when you are a district attorney your job is to find a balance. “

Chesa Boudin's mother, Kathy, dumped him with a babysitter, then murdered two cops and a security guard.
Chesa Boudin’s mother, Kathy, dumped him with a babysitter, then murdered two cops and a security guard. Photo by DOCUMENT /NYS CORRECTION DEPARTMENT

DuBain said he thinks Boudin “doesn’t obey the laws he doesn’t like, and he ignores court rulings he doesn’t like to impose his own version of what he thinks. be fair – and that’s not the district attorney’s job. “

Since Boudin became DA in January 2020, more than 50 prosecutors have resigned.

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Meanwhile, the citizens of San Francisco are hiring private security guards to patrol their neighborhoods due to the massive increase in property crime. CBS San Francisco said more than 150 families have hired special patrol agents to maintain order in the marina district

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“We don’t feel safe in our neighborhood,” Marina neighborhood resident Katie Lyons told the network. “We have an alarm, we have cameras on our property, but we want the added security of having someone watching our house.”

At night, there is a feeling of fear in the once safe area.

A roaming spike has left the sidewalks of San Francisco inundated with poo.  The city is setting up the Poo Patrol to tackle the problem.
A roaming spike has left the sidewalks of San Francisco inundated with poo. The city is setting up the Poo Patrol to tackle the problem. Photo by THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

“Mostly at night, I don’t walk with a purse – I drive or take an Uber – and that starts to become a problem during the day as well,” she said.

So far, more than 80,000 signatures have been collected to give the boot to Boudin. Walgreen’s recently closed five pharmacies in the city due to the harmless shoplifting regime in the city.

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Well, add children’s books to the latest revival weapon.

According to Daily mail , outside is good night moon and Cinderella, in is Teach your dragon about diversity. There are books on transgender infants, queer families, and dreamers, but in addition to the heap are books on race.

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And in a Barnes and Noble in New York, the newspaper reports, you’re more likely to see No! My first protest book.

The Mail said following George Floyd’s protests last summer, awake parents can’t get enough of race-focused fares like Ibram X Kendi’s Anti-racist baby . A book sales tracker in Canada and the United States said every book in their top 10 is about breed.

According to John Butcher, Will Skillman Education Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, Kendi’s worldview has no place in the pages of children’s books.

Then there’s Mahogany L. Browne’s Baby awake! She writes: “The awakened babies throw their fists in the air. Babies awake want justice.

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