November 29, 2022
On page 15 0f the LA Times it reads "Inequities in anti-theft measures. Drugstores are locking up merchandise in some neighbors more than others." The implication is that it is "racist" to stop outright theft. What is inequitable is that lawful taxpayers have to pay for all these thefts.
I am speechless at the chutzpah of this. They promote "defund the police", then have prosecutors say they won't prosecute property crimes, then blame the locking away of valuables as racist. I would never in my wildest dreams believe someone would have the elephant balls to say that!
Posted by: jasmin at December 20, 2022 05:44 AM (/Z7Nj)
Poverty and crime may correlate but there is no evidence of causality. What we have is a culture that does not value property rights or the concept of Law.
We saw a huge rise in crime since the '90s. Why? Because back then everyone got serious about it and we had things like the Crime Bill which increased punishment for crimes. If you don't have serious sanctions on crime that is what you will get.
It has nothing to do with racism. It has everything to do with bad behavior and an unwillingness of the Progressives to punish that.
Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at December 20, 2022 09:26 AM (I7OVR)
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