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Even the far liberals are saying: "ENOUGH!" - from the San Francisco Chronicle:

Why a progressive prosecutor just left D.A. Chesa Boudin's office and joined the recall effort
Sitting on a bench in Golden Gate Park on a recent afternoon, Brooke Jenkins made clear the city’s raging debate over crime and how District Attorney Chesa Boudin responds to it is more complicated than left versus right.

Jenkins, a former homicide prosecutor, just quit. Her last day was Oct. 15. She’s now one of about 50 attorneys — roughly a third of the office — to leave since January 2020, when Boudin took charge.

But Jenkins’ decision to speak out about what she views as chaotic management, high turnover and ideologically driven decisions at the D.A.’s office sets her apart in the normally tight-lipped criminal justice community. And so does her new role: volunteering for the campaign to recall her former boss.

Good - the District Attorney is supposed to help maintain the peace by making sure that criminals get the speedy trial and sentencing that they are entitled to. The D.A. works for the victims.  They are the ones who prosecute criminals, not the ones who let them out of jail with no bail.

Boudin was placed into power by Soros and his minions to cause chaos.  To overwhelm the system so that the Marxists can step in and take over. Classic Cloward-Piven. It is wonderful that people are recognizing this and putting a stop to it.

The article goes in to a lot of detail and is an interesting read.  It really emphasizes the gulf between the "idea" and the actual practices.  The "narrative" and the consequences.  The "idea" may sound noble but nobody is looking at how they are implementing the "idea" and the end result is chaos and more crime. Some adults in the room will go a long way to fix this.

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