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I’m grateful that the people of San Francisco still have enough sense to recall someone who shouldn’t be in charge of anything.

It’s truly amazing how this man became the District Attorney of San Francisco in the first place, but I suppose if you have George Soros’ money behind you, you can do anything.

Ultra-woke Following public outrage over his propensity for freeing criminals, District Attorney Chesa Boudin was recalled this week.

Now, here’s what’s interesting about Boudin. He is the son of not one, but two members of the Weather Underground terrorist group! How did the son of terrorists become the guy in charge of prosecuting crime (or not prosecuting it) in the first place?

This moron actually blames “right-wing billionaires” for his recall instead of actually listening to the people complaining and recalling him.

“People are angry, they’re frustrated, and I want to be very clear about what happened tonight: The right-wing billionaires outspent us three to one, they exploited an environment in which people are appropriately upset, and they created an electoral dynamic where we were literally shadowboxing,” Boudin said. “Voters were not given an opportunity to choose between criminal justice reform and something else. They were given an opportunity to voice their frustrations and their outrage and they took that opportunity.”

So, just how bad is this guy?

Well, one of the first things that he did after being elected was getting rid of cash bail for suspects. He refused to cooperate with ICE. He refused to prosecute shoplifters, and then to top it all off, he dismissed the killing of an 84-year-old man as just some “sort of temper tantrum”.

Sadly, he’s just going to be replaced by another liberal because San Francisco Mayor London Breed will be the one appointed a new District Attorney in his place until the next election.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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