Deep-blue cities have been horribly mismanaged.
The problem has only gotten worse in recent years.
And one NFL star got the scare of his life in this Democrat stronghold.
Globalist George Soros has spent untold millions of dollars installing far-left District Attorneys around the country.
Instead of protecting their cities, these DAs have focused on implementing pro-crime policies that make communities less safe, all in the name of so-called criminal justice reform.
But letting repeat violent criminals out of prison is not restorative justice; it’s just bad policy.
Los Angeles serves as an example of a city that’s been wrecked by pro-crime policies.
Soros-backed District Attorney George Gascón narrowly survived a recall on a technicality, and he has overseen a rise in crime.
And Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Demarcus Robinson found that out the hard way when he was robbed at gunpoint.
You can’t just walk around on Rodeo Dr. or anywhere else in L.A. anymore and expect you’ll be in relative safety
Robinson was robbed outside of a Los Angeles-area hotel, and the two gunmen made off with $100,000 worth of jewelry that the NFL player was wearing.
High-profile robberies have increased in the city with criminals following home customers from trendy stores on Rodeo Drive, for example.
In 2021, there were at least 133 follow-home robberies in the city.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley was robbed in her home by two gunmen while her children were inside.
Robinson isn’t the only NFL player who was recently the victim of thieves.
After last season’s NFC championship game, former Philadelphia Eagles defensive back C.J. Gardner-Johnson woke up the next morning to find his car stolen.
“East Coast vs. West Coast” used to imply rap rivalries now it’s a where citizens are more likely to get robbed
Philadelphia is another city with a Soros prosecutor wreaking havoc; DA Larry Krasner has overseen some of the deadliest years in recent history.
Worse yet, criminals know that DAs like Krasner and Gascón are giving them lighter sentences.
When it looked like Gascón would lose his recall fight, gang member Willie Wilkerson, who was on trial for murder, said during a recorded prison conversation, “I told you last time that [my lawyer] wanna hurry up and try to get something did before they re-elect somebody else besides Gascón and bring back that little motherf*cking life without parole and death penalty. If he could get the manslaughter, then sh*t! Manslaughter only carries six, nine, and 12 [years].”
When career criminals have less fear of punishment, they commit more crimes.
But people only pay attention when celebrities get robbed.
Stay tuned to Blue State Blues for any updates to this ongoing story.