Newsom Has A Moment Of Clarity: “We Look Like A Third-World Country!”

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For the first time in his career California Governor, Gavin Newsome seemed to be hit by a moment of clarity. During a news conference, the Democrat was forced to admit that his state looks like a third-world country.

Is it just fake outrage? Probably, but now that crimes are reportedly happening more in the richer areas, Newsom was forced to take a stand.

“I mean, just less than 48 hours ago, we said, we’re coming down, let’s set this thing up. We had all the lawyers say, well hold on, it’s not your property. I mean, all, in every conceivable thing that makes you frustrated and crazy about government bureaucracy was at play, but everybody worked together,” Newsom told reporters. “They work through those issues. We got this memorandum of understanding. And we created a new framework of understanding about our mutual responsibility to address what the hell’s going on here.”

“And I see that was the emphasis. I see what you see, I see what you’ve been covering, I see what everybody’s seeing, asking myself, what the hell is going on?” Newsom said. “We look like a third world country, these images, the drone images that are on the nightly news day in and day out. Some networks weaponizing them for their own political agenda and others just reporting the damn news, fairly and appropriately and all I can say is we need all of us to recognize our collective and individual responsibility to do more and start supporting one another and address these issues.”

Newsom can start addressing the issues by holding criminals accountable and dropping that ‘no bail’ crap. He can also publicly denounce the defund the police movement and push for law and order. I have my doubts any of that will ever happen, though. Seems like Newson relies on criminals to vote him in…

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According to LAPD data through Nov. 27, property crime was up 2.6% over the same period last year but is down 6.6% from 2019. Robbery is up 3.9% over last year but down 13.6% from 2019. Burglaries are down 8.4% from last year and down 7.7% from 2019. Car thefts are a notable outlier, up nearly 53% from 2019.

More concerning is violent crime. Homicides are up 46.7% compared with 2019, while shooting victims are up 51.4%, according to police data. As of the end of November, there had been 359 homicides in L.A. in 2021, compared with 355 in all of 2020.

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