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Psaki: Root Cause of Mass Looting is COVID-19

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December 3, 2021 12:00 pm

Psaki: Root Cause of Mass Looting is COVID-19

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December 3, 2021 12:00 pm

The White House has blamed the COVID-19 pandemic for the rise in looting and violent crimes in the United States. Jordan and the rest of the Sekulow team discuss the real root cause as well as provide analysis on the Biden Administration's role and responsibilities. This and more today on Sekulow .

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Now want to hear from you Sharon, call one 800 683110 huge group of criminals organizes themselves want to go to Home Depot until the shoulder clean think a root cause and a lot of communities is the pandemic. Yes and now your host Jordan secular causes you think of the blade without discussing what's happened outside the pit to encourage people to commit these extravagant acts of criminal activity in public right, the streets highly coordinated, likely will be organized by bigger organized crime actors about the fact that these are happening in states where there's no more bail so you just get arrested you're out the bond that you're told, like an immigration situation after you cross the border illegally. A shop of this court date.

I had often times these are repeat offenders and where do we see this again is not to say can never happen in a red state or big.

See, that's a red stapler where were seeing it happen is the states and cities and municipalities that are far to the left who have changed the rules of the game that made it.

I get the police arrested those 14 individuals to Bill Haber was talking about Los Angeles, but they were back on the streets immediately so I that they were responsible for 300,000+ in stolen goods and the actions that they know about. So what's happened in Los Angeles what's happened in San Francisco what's happened at Chicago Seattle Majorca Minneapolis Harry that the uniting factor. There is not that they're all dealing with covert because the whole countries that that the what unites these cities is that their mayors or there may be at the state level have taken this far left position. The no bail position. The no Bob position had the idea that they will not think they do.

What really a police these acts of of stolen goods that are under certain amount of money you are precisely correct engine sake is rapidly becoming the Bill Clinton of crime exclamations. What gender sake and the Biden administration ignore is that neither guns nor covert have anything to do with America's crime away. What is most imperative to understand with respect to America's crime or wave is that it's driven by ideological considerations. So where was Joe Biden.

When the deep on the police movement started. Where was Joe Biden when the low bail movement was started and so if you consider for instance the individual charged with driving his SUV into a crystal Christmas parade and massacring up to seven or eight people in Wisconsin. Mr. Brooks is what a career criminal. He was out on $1000 cash bail after he allegedly punched the mother of his child and purposely ran over her with his vehicle, and after being convicted of abusing his partner and raping and impregnating a teenager and what was he out on bail for in terms of the total amount roughly a thousand, maybe $1500. So what we are doing in these blue cities is we are incentivizing crime a question for you is is art is effective where you live and how you go about your daily business or how you operate your business. Give us a call one 800 684 31 to very different depending on where you live in the country but something will all see as a nationwide issue is called what hundred 684-3110 because is the real root cause the affected red states. These are still supported by the government and law batters and enforcing the law. Batters and so there's a major deterrence to committing these kind of criminal acts because you will be spending a lot of time behind bars. When you were ultimately caught that's not the case right now in these other states and cities escape the entire paradigm of the law will be right back. The American Center for Law and Justice were engaged in critical issues at home and abroad.

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It's become disorganize kind of private.

It's been dubbed down to misdemeanors with no bail and so you show up at the hearing months from now. There's a time with pro-life protesters that the RICO statute which was used to take on organized crime was used against pro-life protesters who engage in civil disobedience, and if they try to apply these laws very stringent massive prosecution massive five small jail sentences and the idea is that instead of taking the laws that exist like that, whether it's a federal RICO state RICO statutes and whatever the racketeer influenced and corrupt organizations, but at because when you have 15 or 14 individuals carrying out wide organized criminal activity after another, so a lot of people involved.

You know that you want to figure that out, because just with the arrest you're dealing with a 10+ people but instead of taking these laws we have on our book. This is not about we don't have the right laws is that the power of the judicial system has been severely hampered to the point where the police make the arrest people are back on the streets so that they gotta make this judgment call about what's the risk reward here because you're putting our lives on the line for someone who's the getting back on the street committing another crime like this are they involve violence and so the two things the White House try to blame someone is that we have a second baby in our country that allows people to legally own firearms takes up book 1 of the things you'll see it throughout the describes it well.

Violence may be a part of it. It's the organize effect and the knowledge that if you're caught, it's your to be back on the street and it would your ultimately charged. If you do show up for court. It's a misdemeanor. So get these are these are career criminals think they don't see that as that is not a deterrent and where we have asked the root cause of this is the change the laws they will not accept just reality, but what you take a listen because this is the White House position by 29 the last few criminals organize themselves.

They want to go to a store CVS in Orchestra Home Depot until the shells are clean.

I think of root cause and a lot of communities as the pandemic. I would have for been fed. The idea that the root cause.

So the ultimate cause. This is not is not that we change the laws and told these criminals. If you act this way you're going to get the slap on the wrist you got your active face a felony charge activist be held in prison. Evaluate trial even if you are caught ultimately at that seems to be at easy way to answer the question but that politically doesn't work for the left. It's outlandish Jordan, any luck I would go even a step further. It distracts from the things that actually do make an impact that actually do work you know that it just bothers me that they act like there are no solutions or way to at least help the problem on either a pull a policy level Jordan or a societal level. I'm an artist does give two examples you've Artie touched on the policy matters, but it is it is things like defund the police or the fact that there are no consequences for action like there's no bail policies.

No bond policies. Those if you reverse those policies toward it would make a direct impact on this criminal activity.

Yet they pretend like that is not even something they can address and then on a societal level journeyman you see groups a group after group after group on the left doing things like attacking the value of the nuclear family or or attacking the presence of parents in the lives of children when study after study Jordan shows that the presence of a father is one of the most significant ways to keep a child from entering a life of crime to make sure that they finished at least a basic education level doorknobs on both the policy side and the society societal side. It's like they're throwing up their hands and pretending there's nothing they can do but blame it on the pandemic that just rushed down the line and then made these people commit these acts Jordan if they would focus in on things that work and I again II think this goes back to. We talked about yesterday, and that the migrant protection part protocols and the remaining Mexico policies have an impact and if they would focus on getting the right policies in place taking the wrong policies out of place and then also trying to impact society where it makes a difference. We would see change. Don't just throw up your hands. Do what works because you can see where this is happening in municipalities Harry that have not changed the rules to favor the criminal act or not. See this kind of widespread looting and a pragmatic one.

It's it's that if the criminal has to that make a call if if this is the right way to go about it so not dealing with the same kind of the these just unbelievable movie like criminal conduct, one after another after another.

The root cause of this problem is a short-term route. It has that it has had that much time to grow to be quickly changed. It is this idea that we know bail is sub setting bail is somehow wrong, making people big by having ill is wrong. Holy people who repeat offenders until the trial wrong or doing what you should do here. The use of the facilities under any other definition would you take it down to a misdemeanor. You talking about people whose career is criminal conduct that this is egg and it is not just a not a deterrent seawater.

It's encouraging criminal activity.

I think your precisely correct.

So rather than simply claiming that Joe Biden administration and Jen Sasaki are abdicating their responsibility. They are literally encouraging clock and so Jen Saki is prepared to blame crime on everything including crime chain climate change for human misbehavior and so rather than insist that state and local prosecutors in San Francisco and Los Angeles and in New York enforce the law and eliminate their no bail or low bail policies.

What is the Biden administration prepared to do about crime in America will versus what they have settled out according to Atty. Gen. Merritt Garland. So instead of encouraging prosecutors to go after real criminals. The department of justice prefers to charge parents or at least potentially charge them with domestic terrorism. So the Biden administration has misplaced priorities. So when a parent stands up and objects to critical race.

In a school board hearing that particular individual could indeed be charged with a felony body.

If an organized group goes into a Nordstrom's and they steal $300,000 worth of goods. Guess what they are out on bail. Often they are never either charged or convicted and apparently the Biden administration is absolutely fine with that question for all of you is is are you seeing this increase in your own community and receive criminal act activity increase and at do you believe it's a direct result of change in policies and law enforcement policies notes that the police fought there making the arrest and but then the people back on the streets with it. Within hours, so I mean it's like they think that again they put themselves in danger.

They keep making those calls about you what it is worth it.

And then you don't, that the streets of the city's are they look like this is what our position will say. Looks like they're prepared for hurricane or some kind of storm, or that they were already looted, but now it's it's you're the plywood goes back up again so give us a call 1-800-684-3110. As were sure the sword that those who watched the users open stores just try to stay open on the streets but keeping the base leading glass windows covered up like a store was coming or like alluding to do so. I want to know from you. Are you seeing the increase in your community and at do you believe it's tied to policy decisions that would change. Give us a call at one 800 684 31 two that's what he hundred 684-3110 I beat it up, take 65% of retail stores and see an uptick in this kind criminal activity or talk about the bit that the acts that make it to national news at the idea that that that you talk about as well as it would alert has say like is that it is estopped is this one often just when will it happen again. What night will they get more footage of 15 people driving up in a coordinated fashion. And instead of being treated like organized crime they're being treated like misdemeanors and is can be the same people tournament is not like there's just a new copycat criminals. It's the same people who are being let out time and time again so you don't just ask whether or not they will strike again you ask when and where and it's why those images that you put up your and it's why storefronts are still boarded out because those same individuals are back on the street with no consequence and they will surely strike again and Jordan just just made_something that Harry talked about.

This is also about the utilization of resources about the federal level, and a local level and then when the FBI is diverted to looking at parents to attend school board meetings and then police resources have to continually be dwindled and actually worried about attacks on their own ability to enforce all of those things Jordan mitigate the ability to respond to these acts particular phone calls at what he hundred 684-3110 second half are the broadcast record else could be joining us to update us on the situation involving Russia and Ukraine there and how the US is responding to again what looks like preparation for invasion in the same time trying to undo the destabilize Ukraine from within by the equivalence of Dr. Rick about that particular cause of this, you see that increase your support our work in ACLJ.org that's ACLJ.orgy only one.

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The work we simply would not occur without your generous take part in our matching challenge today make a difference in the protecting the constitutional and religious freedoms most important to you. You forgive today online ACLJ calling you shared your reactions to the increase in crime. Yes, if you see that in your communities and it's because the White House we played by say that the root cause of these criminal activities were see the smasher grabs her highly coordinated with multiple individuals be utilized, sometimes Italian store. Sometimes it's it's drugstores. It's is the log is the CVS sometimes the big box stores, but that it is highly coordinated activity to take as much out as possible was there's issues to pass the root cause of that what you do with with this merchandise is hitting you to places like Amazon and people start reselling it. The issues there.

That's that the root problem. The root problem is not that what they do after the fact. Republish what is encouraging people to take that risk of of committing the criminal conduct and balancing out whether or not it's worth or not.

It's not covert, it's that the cities during the pandemic but but not related to the pandemic started changing dirt their loss because of the whole idea of the. The anti-police over the idea of that, we're going to get rid of police departments in communities and that instead of some of them doing that what they did is that while the police might still be there rights to make the arrest. But there's no bail noted bond that you add these will be misdemeanors. So would you like to phone Steve in California online what he Steve welcome the secular year on the air.

Hi guys, thank you for what you do. Our city is lately overrun with criminals have multiple angles.

You will all conflict in the home or house broken into by all people by drug addict by people that are neighbor that our marriage actually brought in and gotten paid to bring into our town and he is even orchestrated to a Motel 6 that's real close to our dollar where they have free rent for gigantic sin. See, we might drop this run is truth that utilize utilization hotels public drug use receive New York opened up to facilities. We should go, and they provide you everything you need to bring your drugs and they make sure you know.but instead of saying you know that it may be getting people to programs which it's tough to get people off those those drugs no doubt about that lot of intervention is necessary but that the ideas that it got so bad on the streets that instead of people dying in the streets without monitoring drug use, and what this does to communities get hurt is incentivizing criminal behavior in illegal behavior and there is balance and Matthews calling about that event online to Matthew off what the secular year on their hello and again thank you for having me baby if I'm African-American educated conservative as well. I agree with you on the issue of bail landed Craig here about the smash and grab things going on in California.

I also wonder though, with African-American sometimes bail reaches the point because so many are in poverty where an individual can't get out even if it's a low bail amount and so, question, comment, being how do you try to reach a point where it equitable for an individual who is doing something that they need to be off the street.

Make sure they are off the street, but at the same time, the person who can't afford a $2000 bail isn't sitting in jail for ever, simply because it some balanced out if you make it a process works, except they see the same for everyone, and it is not right but so hectic.

You look at factors and that's what you please do it. Are you repeat offender.

What level of crime was a violent crime.

You know most of the time if you if you went into one of the stores you had any kind of weapon on you whatsoever this this be a major felony so that's I think how you look at it is, is it a small drug crime that so we got picked up on that is again over maybe a small amount of money and are not a repeat offender. But the issue was that issues that we can look at the bail issue, but would you abolish it completely.

For everyone that you get into this issue are your incentivizing the bad actors and that that did causes trouble for every community. The other wealthy communities the poor streams I think your precisely correct. So I think Matthew offers a very interesting set of questions and offer some great analysis so I think what we need is a reason balanced approach to the bail question. So for particularly an individual who is a repeat offender for particularly an individual who uses a weapon. We probably need stricter bail requirements, particularly in many jurisdictions, so if we again go back to the example that I raised earlier Mr. Brooks in Wisconsin. He was out on bail for five or six very serious very violent offenses and the maximum bail that he had to face was $1000.

And so what the state of Wisconsin debt in that particular case, at least in my opinion is that they incentivize additional crime because there were very limited consequences, and so far, to my understanding he has not yet been convicted of any of these lesser charges.

Now he is in jail. While I because he essentially according to the allegations in the indictment. He killed seven or eight people. So I think one of the real problems that we have in this country is that we need a systematic approach to analyzing bail reform, but that does not mean allowing particularly violent criminals to get out of jail quickly unless they can come up with a very significant bail amount. We also have that problem with respect to repeat offenders who are in the United States illegally and again the Biden administration seems reluctant to basically enforce the law against those individuals as well go to Ted in California online for a Ted welcome the secular year. There, a Ted Wanda support yet let you saying that completely.

Not only do I agree with everything that you're saying is hard criminal getting out everything that I can you give me in a situation or whatever and I'll give you a story on everything I wanted out or anything to get released constantly right mirandized them out and when I mirandized them.

The common and I don't want anything he did get me to jail so I can relate so you now and that's it. That's the difference that is before that process and it depend on the record to know what that crime was a going to jail was not like I was to get right out back out of the bay and they'll be crossing like a frenemy on get back in the street is not even ours. It literally made it to my time here just for your processing your paperwork there Artie got there and back out sometime. They beat me yet.

They beat me out. Alyssa brought a lot of radio stations in California were broadcast over the state. A lot of this is happening in cities there forcing your high-profile to major cities rely because I do California and appreciate that it gives call one 800 684 31 two that's 164th 110 has this rise in crime affected your unit is a call at 100-684-3110. It will be right back. Second, our work@aclj.org that's ACLJ got a large American Center for law and justice were engaged in critical issues at home and abroad for limited time you can participate in the ACLJ matching challenge for every dollar you donate, it will be managed $10 gift becomes $20, $50 gift becomes 100 you can make a difference in protecting the constitutional and religious freedoms most to you and your family.

Give a gift today online ACLJ.keeping you informed and now, this is Jordan secular said the White House clay that they the idea of the rising drive that we are seeing in specific communities. By the way, especially these these acts, these outrageous acts of highly organized/grabs that the root cause is the pandemic ignore the fact that the laws of the church bail of the change, the root causes is got except for your here let a gun violence related these are there violent acts and you certainly these individuals are using violent behavior.

They've use other other weapons and and they might have gone to other, but it that's not the what what were really sick is the focus here is it is, is that they are utilizing what have have bid that these these these laws that you usually would felly that misdemeanors and are able to organize, but not that RICO laws are being used to get so even though it's organized crime and edits affecting people all over the country in different ways, but communities of of people who are well-off to people who are in a tough economic situation, the legal right back to the fold Richard in California online. Three. Hey Richard welcome the secular year of the Lord I report that you're right everything that you said is correct.

We got up on their that is not doing anything about crime. We have got all the structuring that letting people go. The next day is low on Paxman sport for anybody in my in my area.

Lincoln Heights in that area that district laughter had 11 murders this year to date 36 murders and fellow bomb and play and in plain daylight. They don't care they know the be all we got a run along the was along the train track. There every day breaking into the entities entities are crates where additional downloading them in the tractor all of of merchandise and other people get away with this, every, every, every day. It's beyond me. He would understand that as a consumer in order to pay for this. The millions of millions of dollars is a lot we as consumers going to pay for one visit city wake up and do something about it.

I just wanted somehow and go somewhere else now. This is a regional red state. We don't have issues. The laws have been changed because of protests in the last couple of years and so whether still the normal criminal conduct that that occurs in places where you got your synthesize population were not seeing the kind that the kind of stuff you see on TV where where I am, because I because the root cause of those that conduct is the decriminalization of crime and it sounds absurd was nativity in Colorado on line 68 to prayer our questions. The first is when people act out the administration to Masaki and congressional leaders make these ridiculous claims. What are journalists doing to publicly refute them and show them how foolish these are my second question is I in the cities and states where a lot of the saluting and crime is happening in the average citizens citizenry and business owners do other than resorting to vigilante of them.

What can they do to counter this and get changes made. Sitting your thoughts in Julie's so it doesn't always happen within like artists in your mayor's race there with Eric at police. Mr. is important, got elected instead of the far left laws you not happy with inside the Democratic Party working but he's very different appears to be like.

We will see soon but is coming at it with a different approach to lot. This would put in place by the closet was far left I thinking of the crimes that really crime. The first is people have a say the most say in who these leaders are because happy at the local level. I think second of the claims is only one network is getting question time even answers questions even if the absurd to be out there so that you can call them out on right back with valid secular American Center for Law and Justice were engaged in critical issues at home and abroad. Whether it's defending religious freedom. Protecting those who face covering corruption in the Washington bureaucracy and fighting to protect life in the courts and in Congress ACLJ would not be able to do any of this without your support for that.

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A free copy of mission in life today online/daily Mail Russia is drilling 700 snipers near the Ukrainian border as key of claims. It is now almost 100,000 troops in the disputed region include attack January record now our supervisor for four policy security is joining us now Rick Wheatley would follow this with the track it with you, but it is coming more and more serious. Our Secretary of State meeting with the Russian Foreign Minister and a play for everybody. Second, but it seems like this with this deference of well it's can be up to the Russians to decide whether they invade Ukraine or not. Well, shouldn't have to Russia.

Certainly we've seen the weakness of NATO and the inability of NATO to kinda respond to Russian threats and this is a growing threat. Remember the Russians now are feeling feeling very emboldened after being given a pipeline by Joe Biden and the Germans are facilitating and the new government in Germany. I think it's even going to get stronger ties to misspelling emboldened and let's remember that the last time borders or read written in Europe but is under the Obama Biden team when Crimea was grabbed by Russians and now what we've seen is directed all the British leaving the Europeans think long and hard about what's happening around that right now and what kind of policies they have that are in bolding, Russia and other so that the EU is shrinking and play this out this our Secretary of State a tardy play could buy 21 we don't know whether Pres. Goodman has made the decision to invade, we do know that he is putting in place the capacity to do so on short order.

Should he so decide it beats it seems like the one who has the Western world just had a set of wheat we were to try to try to talk them out of it, but if they do this that that able to see what happens because we don't want them know when upset other items or they feel like they just don't have a coalition to counter any of this Russian aggression will we do now and what I learned in my you and that most foreign policy problems can be thought US shows leadership and we are not showing any leadership right now back to the point of remember during the Obama Biden days Susan Rice was our national security advisor and her deputy was Anthony Blanck and our Secretary of State and so you've got this pattern where this team has done nothing when the Russians grab Crimea and now the rest of the pipeline, but will be expecting the Russians to do when they want to fully airplane to continue to move in this direction and for the secretariats. Our Secretary of State to say we don't know what Russia are are is a ridiculous statement.

It doesn't matter what they're going to do. They clearly are showing a buildup history and now we are showing weakness.

All the other so I would say this moment or Congress to step two. Administration at top get focused because your failing us right after the next question which is that this was as happy administration you are advising and and and again that we saw the we see this action.

A lot of it is the tone you take with the with the world and how you conduct yourself as a country and the response and so you know Afghanistan has been looked at as one of the issues that the way the US, withdrew their hands up in the air just kind of left was I was encouraging to actors like Putin 22 take more aggressive steps in the last time they took these kind of aggressive steps as other like you said similar actors save administration. But if if you are advising ministration right now.

What could the US do to deter this kind of Russian aggression all started months ago because like Afghanistan and like Ukraine when you don't have leadership, you find yourself in Barry terrible corners and you have limited options and every single day that goes by where creating even more limited options so it's it's really unfair to say what would you do now because we wouldn't be in this particular situation we went and allowed it to get to this point, but I would say is that the Biden team needs to wake up and they need to recognize that this whole consensus idea that they're building my feet Europeans is not working. They try consensus with the Europeans on the Iran issue. They're trying out all convince you they're trying to do it with Nordstrom to and they need to understand that that they miscalculated the Russians from the beginning, the same team as miscalculated now and so going to find themselves in a situation. Once again, borders are rewritten in Europe if they change their policy to completely change the way that they're dealing with Russia and with the about this a go back to a domestic issue because you you live in California that you talk about a lot through social media in LA, I specifically receive this rising crime rate wheat we just talk certain about today. First time and allow people called and brought a lot of stations out California and was all the calls been coming out to California though it's it's happened in other cities. But cities that have similar kind of political leadership. How real is this proffered for just that average person is lived in LA with with the smash and grab the going on in the very big problem.

It's a real problem and we have no Hollywood stars like Seth Rogen who are really giving aid and comfort to these criminals. He's saying things like, well, it's a part of life you have these moments, you have carjackings and and cars that are stall and an really what Hollywood is trying to convince us that we should just deal with it. We should allow it to happen and not be so dramatic about the cards that are burglar actions and and what I would say to the Hollywood types and all of the artisans in California that control our state with one party, one political party, Allstate, is that you can't expect the price sanctuary city policies where you allow federal law, state law, to go unchallenged and in that you can't go down the road and expect not to bite back and so this problem is a growing problem carton it's getting better and we have to be able to stop the rest policies that say no and allow it if you I was his regular big cities gather StreetSmarts especially if you've if you live there are certain places that there certain things where this this is going to be criminal conduct that doesn't really matter where you live in the whole country. But we don't incentivize it in a lot of cities and it's it just seems like now when it's incentivized should never be the norm card in the United States, carjackings or home invasions and yet that's becoming like you said something to just accept as a reality we know the latest home invasion also is now and it's a murder terrible situation what's happening is happening, Beverly Hills, and for those that don't understand this is a very wealthy neighborhood and when it happens in this neighborhood it really means that it's happening everywhere.

This is kind of the last days that it should be happening and yet we shouldn't be surprised because the policies that are being question George Soros style policies he supports people who want to allow some criminal activity to go unchallenged and I think that's wrong.

It's a slippery slope and certainly have an bulk many criminals and it's only going to get worse as I said that it's not getting better. It's only getting as you as you record your beauty was a lot of work on the Soros influence throughout the European international institutions. It regional institutions but also the district attorney races here in the United States that his groups and affiliate organizations and millions of dollars electing these far left district attorneys is mixed where this idea a little bit of anarchy is is something you have to live with an a in a Democratic Republic like United States of America. Rick is always very appreciate how you keep us updated on what's happening around the world and what's happening around a backyard as well. Appreciate that, Rick.

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It's too dangerous to its violent within. We sought areas and cities in Seattle, specifically placing Portland where entire areas of the city were taken over by these kind of actors and lawlessness to very dangerous people getting killed. Drugs freely be used to get it in the criminal actors take advantage of situations. So by demonizing our laws.

He said have a rational discussion we talked about earlier broadcast to over penalize but if you under penalize or take out penalties. There's no disincentive for this criminal conduct very little. Then it's everything. It hurts everybody hurts the property managers hurts because the properties themselves.

I could be devalued ads and of course it puts people at risk all the time because they just become these melting pots for for bad conduct, I think you're precisely correct and I think you are absolutely correct to emphasize that weakness incentivizes criminal misbehavior, and so in addition to criminal misbehavior. We also have homelessness as another issue so if you look at both of those issues together. I think the real problem lies with state and low-salt local prosecutors who have taken the position that arresting, incarcerating either in jail or in mental health facilities, and individual is offensive to those individuals who may be engaged in misconduct. So what do these state and local prosecutors do. They basically license individuals to destroy neighborhoods to engage in criminal misconduct. We are so concerned about criminals. We allowed the victimization if you will of law abiding citizens and so I think everything has been turned on its head from an ideological perspective by these elite globalists who basically do not believe that the state should enforce the law.

Why because they believe law and particularly law and order itself is oppressive and so I think we have to see a move by citizens to remove these individuals from office and we have to see a move by citizens to remove politicians who continue to support and provide political cover for these individuals. I think that it speaks to a bigger issue to is that that every policy decision has become partisan now, so law enforcement what what we deem is criminal conduct or how we treat the criminal conduct has become a partisan issue and and if so would it seems like it's just it sewed so divisive it should be. It should be issues that we have to be so divisive on it needlessly divisive Jordanian look on the issue were talking about today it's no longer a guess we have abundant evidence of what these policies create and really really doesn't matter who derive dental take a look at the data near you look down the cities from LA to Portland to Minneapolis to Seattle Jordan. We know that these policies do not work. So if you're if you're really a genuine leader if you're really someone looking out for your constituents for your voters. You can take a look at that and you say okay, maybe I still agree with the other side's proposals, but my policies are not working.

I got to pit we just haven't seen enough of that pivoting and just antidotal. He, Jordan, just to be one more example you you kind of reference that the caller was talking about these camp cities that are popping up across America and we've literally got them on Capitol Hill we got them literally.

Jordan, in the shadow of very robust for facilities that the city actually does a pretty good job providing services to the homelessness but yet we have these camp cities where there's no sanitation there's no trash service to others, a heavy drug usage and there has been a hesitancy to crack down on those now Washington is starting to do a little bit better but I just I just bring that up during the point out even in the shadow of very robust services. There has been a decision to allow these things to crop up, and it leads leads to crime. There are literally Jordan US senators who are walking on their commute to the United States capital pass these places is just not a not a situation you want to see that to be out ultimately resist this if you start Windows issues hey where the countries we can restart your election.

There where inside of the Democrat party eight, a former law-enforcement official was chosen by by a city that that at least pretty far left not because after years of the Bellagio at the idea of the UW to decriminalize this decriminalize that.

Take away the power please take away the power prosecutors up people I love super law-enforcement official in charge it, so I bet those might be examples we will see Tybalt test the new mayor as it has been sorted yet, but in the new year will see if that's the kind if that kind of if it finally just hits people that that even if they are acting within their party that they need to choose people who who I can't understand how to force a loss.

I think that is correct. So, consequences, force people, I think, to wake up and I think one fighter one sad everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth and I thank the citizens throughout the United States are increasingly taking a punch and I believe they are beginning to wake up and realize that the policies of enforce by these progressives do not work and they are causing consequences that lead to problems for families, children for property crime and the like, and I think it's about time for the American people to take charge of their own cities and to Russell. These cities from the control of progressive ideologues folks is been quite a week. Obviously sitter of the week was the Dobbs case.

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