It is a new progressive era.
Everything that isn’t bolted down in California must go. Black thieves are brazenly looting stores throughout the Bay Area. As a result, the quality of life has plunged in San Francisco. This is the third or fourth time that Gov. Gavin Newsom’s own wine store has been burglarized in San Francisco.
“SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Thieves attempted to break into PlumpJack Wine & Spirits, a wine shop founded by Gov. Gavin Newsom, in San Francisco this week.
Police on Tuesday discovered a broken storefront window of the Cow Hollow store around 6:40 a.m. but no one was inside, police told the San Francisco Chronicle.
The store was a target of multiple break-in attempts since the beginning of the pandemic, police said.
Police had responded to at least three burglary attempts in 2021 alone.
When he became governor, Newsom placed his wine and hospitality companies in a blind trust run by a family friend. …”
The AAPI community in the Bay Area is also under a relentless assault by “white supremacists.” Commerce is plunging in Chinatown because crime is exploding.
“The share of California voters who say they will vote to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom(D) from office is quietly growing about 10 weeks before they head to the polls, a troubling sign for an incumbent who faces quietly mounting crises across his state.
A survey released Tuesday by the University of California, Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, sponsored by the Los Angeles Times, found 47 percent of likely voters saying they would back the recall effort and 50 percent saying they were opposed. …”
“As the race to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom intensifies, his political survival is likely to hinge on one very simple question: Will California Democrats bother to vote in the Sept. 14 special election?
And with just seven weeks until voters cast their ballots, the anti-recall campaign’s strategy appears to be two-pronged: Make sure California Democrats know there’s a potentially competitive recall election on Sept. 14, and cast that election as an attack on the state’s progressive values rather than a referendum on Newsom himself.
Though Democrats outnumber Republicans nearly 2-to-1 in California voter registration, a new poll from the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies and co-sponsored by the Los Angeles Times shows that likely California voters are now almost evenly split over whether to remove the governor from office. …”
We’ve been watching the crime wave in California building steam all month.
Former Sen. Barbara Boxer getting mugged in Oakland might not be the peak. The polls show that the California recall election is getting increasingly dicey for Gov. Gavin Newsom because of the crime issue. Maybe if Newsom was as tough on black criminals as he was with the lockdowns he would be in better shape? Can you really enforce the law against property crime while being committed to “equity”? Isn’t the spontaneous redistribution of resources across racial lines the easiest way to achieve “equity”?