Major cities around the country are experiencing an uptick in crime.
And the rise in crime is something that many people saw coming.
Now, police are pushing back against one radical plan that’s making the streets unsafe.
A Los Angeles Police Department union of nearly 10,000 officers is pushing back against a radical district attorney.
The Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL) launched an ad going after district attorney candidate George Gascón, who was previously district attorney in San Francisco.
The ad highlighted Gascón’s sketchy record as a DA in San Francisco, including fabricating crime statistics.
Los Angeles has had problems with liberal politicians allowing crime to propagate, but San Francisco is far worse at the moment.
And it’s only going to get worse now that San Francisco elected a literal communist to be the DA.
The LAPPL doesn’t want Gascón bringing San Francisco’s problems—property crime and civil disobedience have skyrocketed—to Los Angeles, which is in the midst of its own homelessness boom.
Gascón responded the way many dishonest leftists do: he called the LAPPL ad racist.
The claim is ridiculous, as the ad only attacked Gascón’s record as a district attorney.
Nevertheless, Gascón’s team tried to smear the police union with the “conservative” label and link them to Donald Trump, which isn’t even true.
What also makes Gascón’s argument ridiculous is that the LAPPL is endorsing incumbent Jackie Lacey, a black woman who’s opposed by far-left activist groups.
The scary thought is that Gascón wasn’t far left enough for San Francisco, so he’s trying his hand in Los Angeles.
Leftists are fully implementing a plan to post radicals in district attorney positions around the country.
Several DAs backed by George Soros and other left-wing philanthropists are trying to transform the criminal justice system from within.
San Francisco elected Chesa Boudin, who’s as radical as they come.
Soros backed Rachael Rollins in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Larry Krasner in Philadelphia, and Kim Foxx in Chicago.
All three are taking steps to undo rule of law, Foxx being the most notable.
She’s the DA who let leftist Hollywood actor Jussie Smollett walk after perpetrating a hoax hate crime after he said he was attacked by MAGA hat-wearing goons in the dead of night in Chicago.
Smollett’s story quickly unraveled, and he was exposed as a liar, but Foxx let him go with not even a slap on the wrist for making false reports and exhausting police resources.
Smollett has since been indicted by a special prosecutor because Foxx’s decision received such harsh backlash.
New York City already tried these soft-on-crime policies, and they led to the election of Rudy Giuliani.
Once the city got comfortable with safety, they’re back to the failed policies of the 1970s, which they’re already regretting.
Communist Mayor Bill de Blasio already admitted the recent bail reform law has led to an uptick in crime.