It must seem to some readers that this space is obsessed on the problems of Democrat run cities. Guilty as charged. Democrat run states? Also guilty? Why? One, as a deterrent to any of you insane enough to move to one of these multiculty terrordomes. More importantly, to illustrate the results of Democrat Party ideas in action. Almost no better state represents that dark twisted vision than California and no better city than Los Angeles. Though NYC, San Francisco, Chicago, Portland, and Seattle are serious competitors.

Here is an instructive tale that’s a twofer, as George Gascón is the former D.A. of San Francisco and the current D.A. of Los Angeles. Yup, same guy, who is whiter than white, who recently pulled out of the California state D.A. association because it was too white.


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Here is a story on his current tricks. FNC: “Los Angeles District Attorney (DA) George Gascón said Friday he will not seek the death penalty for an admitted gang member who killed a police officer and his own cousin. Michael Christopher Mejia, 30, is awaiting trial on charges stemming from Feb. 20, 2017. One of Mejia’s victims was officer Keith Boyer, 53, who was responding to a report of a traffic collision in which Mejia had been involved. Mejia shot Boyer and another officer, Patrick Hazell, while trying to flee the scene of the crash. Hazell survived a shot to the abdomen. Deputy District Attorney Garrett Dameron said during a hearing at Norwalk Courthouse that he had been ordered to remove the death penalty consideration, despite his own objection and that of Deputy DA Geoff Lewis, FOX LA reported.”

This is what the murderer said regarding his crime. “They just got a taste of an L.A. gang member, real L.A. gang member. You know what I mean? And, nope, I don’t feel sorry…”

Don Clark, Boyer’s stepfather, said that the Gascón’s actions are “a punch in the gut. People don’t realize how hard it is on the families,” a tearful Clark told press.

“What Gascón’s doing — not only to our family, but to the cousin’s family — but to so many other families … that’s absolutely horrendous,” Clark added. George Gascón doesn’t care. Because of this, perhaps Los Angeles will think differently in regards to who they elect as D.A. next time…Nah, they won’t.