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Los Angeles County has been a haven of moderate crime rates in recent years, in part due to black lady district attorney Jackie Lacey not like crime or criminals.

But all good things must come to an end, so she was defeated in November by the Soros-funded pro-crime white man George Gascon.

Grand Theft Auto: Los Santos, here we come…

 
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  1. Any dog lovers here? Today in SF, I called 911 on a SJW who was walking her husky, which was painted or dyed entirely green. Woman who took the call was unimpressed: “does it appear to be in any distress?”

    • Replies: @Greg bngjgjjg
    @Marty

    Why are you wasting police time and resources?

    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans

    On topic:

    tbh, aside from trespassing and distrurbing the peace, I'm ok with this.

    This is so prisons dont become hotbeds for COVD

    Smart move actuallty

    Replies: @Ragno, @Kylie

    , @jamie b.
    @Marty

    It's far worse to intentionally breed animals for deformity, as is the case for toy dog breeds (though huskies are fine). Which is then made worse by the instinct of (some) humans to coddle these mutants. Detrimental to both species.

    , @Cato
    @Marty

    Yeah, I would have given the same answer. Maybe a husky with hair dyed green is no worse off than a human with hair dyed green? I'm liberal enough to say that a human who chooses to dye its hair green is within its rights.

    , @Adam Smith
    @Marty

    Never call the cops Marty.
    That's how dogs get shot.

  2. And just like that, every cop in LA County just said “the joke’s on you: if we don’t make arrests, nobody can get charged with resisting arrest.”

    I’d say that I’m glad I left, but Seattle is proposing similar policies now. The local prosecutor isn’t quite as bad as the typical Soros minion though.

  3. Prostitution OK, going out for some Coronas and burritos will get you booked for Covid 19 lockdown violations. Makes perfect sense to me.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Jim Bob Lassiter

    Well, there's a difference between getting junk food and offering up one's junk as food.

    , @Anonymous
    @Jim Bob Lassiter

    We love our whores !

    - SJW who doesnt read the narrative guides thoroughly

  4. -Driving without license

    Does anyone have insurance who doesn’t have a license?

    What about murder and torture? The arrests for those show a disparity too.

    • Replies: @mmack
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    I figure dropping Driving Without a License charges is a sop to LA’s ¡Vibrant! community.

    Now for REAL fun, that particular community has a tendency of:
    - Driving without valid registration
    - Driving without insurance
    - Driving while intoxicated 🥴

    Heck, back in Silly-nois a cop could hit the quadfecta and pull over a ¡Vibrant! driver and charge him with all four violations, which did happen. Usually the charge was DUI and no valid license/registration.

    So remains to be seen if those other crimes fall by the wayside too.

    Were I an insurance company I’d be none too thrilled if my insured got t-boned by someone without a license and they weren’t charged.

    Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @Drew, @International Jew

    , @Adam Smith
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    "Driving" is regulated occupation for hire. Everyone has a constitutionally protected right to use their automobile on the highways and byways of this once great nation for travel. Free people do not ask for permission to travel. If you have to ask for permission to travel you are a slave.




    “The use of the highways for the purpose of travel and transportation is not a mere privilege, but a common and fundamental Right of which the public and the individual cannot be rightfully deprived.”

    Chicago Motor Coach vs. Chicago, 169 NE 221;
    Ligare vs. Chicago, 28 NE 934;
    Boon vs. Clark, 214 SSW 607;
    25 Am.Jur. (1st) Highways Sect.163
     

    “The Right of the Citizen to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, either by horse drawn carriage or by automobile, is not a mere privilege which a city can prohibit or permit at will, but a common Right which he has under the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

    Thompson vs. Smith, 154 SE 579
     

    “… For while a Citizen has the Right to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, that Right does not extend to the use of the highways, either in whole or in part, as a place for private gain. For the latter purpose, no person has a vested right to use the highways of the state, but is a privilege or a license which the legislature may grant or withhold at its discretion.”

    State vs. Johnson, 243 P. 1073;
    Cummins vs. Homes, 155 P. 171;
    Packard vs. Banton, 44 S.Ct. 256;
    Hadfield vs. Lundin, 98 Wash 516
     

    “Heretofore the court has held, and we think correctly, that while a Citizen has the Right to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, that Right does not extend to the use of the highways, either in whole or in part, as a place of business for private gain.”

    Willis vs. Buck, 263 P. l 982;
    Barney vs. Board of Railroad Commissioners, 17 P.2d 82
     

    “The right of the citizen to travel upon the highway and to transport his property thereon, in the ordinary course of life and business, differs radically and obviously from that of one who makes the highway his place of business for private gain in the running of a stagecoach or omnibus.”



    State vs. City of Spokane, 186 P. 864
     

    “It is not contended by any one that the city would have the right to prevent the appellant from riding in his automobile on any street in the city … for the streets were built (sic) for that purpose.”

    Green v San Antonio, 178 SW 6;
    Hadfield-Respondent’s Brief, Pg 32.
     

    18 U.S. Code § 31. Definitions

    (6) Motor vehicle.—
    The term “motor vehicle” means every description of carriage or other contrivance propelled or drawn by mechanical power and used for commercial purposes on the highways in the transportation of passengers, passengers and property, or property or cargo.

    (10) Used for commercial purposes .— The term “used for commercial purposes” means the carriage of persons or property for any fare, fee, rate, charge or other consideration, or directly or indirectly in connection with any business, or other undertaking intended for profit.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/31
     

    “Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them.”

    Miranda vs. Arizona, 384 US 436, 491
     

    “The claim and exercise of a constitutional Right cannot be converted into a crime.”

    Miller vs. U.S., 230 F. 486, 489
     

    “There can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of this exercise of constitutional Rights.”

    Snerer vs. Cullen, 481 F. 946
     

    "We know of no inherent right in one to use the highways for commercial purposes. The highways are primarily for the use of the public, and in the interest of the public, the state may prohibit or regulate ... the use of the highways for gain."

    Robertson vs. Dept. of Public Works, supra.
     

    "The word `automobile' connotes a pleasure vehicle designed for the transportation of persons on highways."

    American Mutual Liability Ins. Co., vs. Chaput, 60 A.2d 118, 120; 95 NH 200
     

    "A motor vehicle or automobile for hire is a motor vehicle, other than an automobile, used for the transportation of persons for which remuneration is received."

    International Motor Transit Co. vs. Seattle, 251 P. 120
     

    "The term `travel' and `traveler' are usually construed in their broad and general sense ... so as to include all those who rightfully use the highways viatically (when being reimbursed for expenses) and who have occasion to pass over them for the purpose of business, convenience, or pleasure."

    25 Am.Jur. (1st) Highways, Sect.427, Pg. 717
     

    "The automobile is not inherently dangerous."

    Cohens vs. Meadow, 89 SE 876;
    Blair vs. Broadmore, 93 SE 532
     

    "With regard particularly to the U.S. Constitution, it is elementary that a Right secured or protected by that document cannot be overthrown or impaired by any state police authority."

    Connolly vs. Union Sewer Pipe Co., 184 US 540;
    Lafarier vs. Grand Trunk R.R. Co., 24 A. 848;
    O'Neil vs. Providence Amusement Co., 108 A. 887
     

    "The right to travel is part of the Liberty of which a citizen cannot deprived without due process of law under the Fifth Amendment. This Right was emerging as early as the Magna Carta."

    Kent vs. Dulles, 357 US 116 (1958)
     

    "The distinction between the Right of the Citizen to use the public highways for private, rather than commercial purposes is recognized ..."

    "Under its power to regulate private uses of our highways, our legislature has required that motor vehicle operators be licensed. Undoubtedly, the primary purpose of this requirement is to insure, as far as possible, that all motor vehicle operators will be competent and qualified, thereby reducing the potential hazard or risk of harm, to which other users of the highways might otherwise be subject. But once having complied with this regulatory provision, by obtaining the required license, a motorist enjoys the privilege of travelling freely upon the highways ..."

    Washington A.G.O. 59-60 No. 88, Pg. 11
     

    "Moreover, a distinction must be observed between the regulation of an activity which may be engaged in as a matter of right and one carried on by government sufferance of permission."

    Davis vs. Massachusetts, 167 US 43;
    Pachard vs. Banton, supra.
     

    "Any claim that this statute is a taxing statute would be immediately open to severe Constitutional objections. If it could be said that the state had the power to tax a Right, this would enable the state to destroy Rights guaranteed by the constitution through the use of oppressive taxation. The question herein, is one of the state taxing the Right to travel by the ordinary modes of the day, and whether this is a legislative object of the state taxation.

    The views advanced herein are neither novel nor unsupported by authority. The question of taxing power of the states has been repeatedly considered by the Supreme Court. The Right of the state to impede or embarrass the Constitutional operation of the U.S. Government or the Rights which the Citizen holds under it, has been uniformly denied."

    McCulloch vs. Maryland, 4 Wheat 316
     

    "The state cannot diminish Rights of the people."

    Hurtado vs. California, 110 US 516
     

    "The courts are not bound by mere form, nor are they to be misled by mere pretenses. They are at liberty -- indeed they are under a solemn duty -- to look at the substance of things, whenever they enter upon the inquiry whether the legislature has transcended the limits of its authority. If, therefore, a statute purported to have been enacted to protect ... the public safety, has no real or substantial relation to those objects or is a palpable invasion of Rights secured by the fundamental law, it is the duty of the courts to so adjudge, and thereby give effect to the Constitution."

    Mulger vs. Kansas, 123 US 623, 661
     

    "Complete freedom of the highways is so old and well established a blessing that we have forgotten the days of the Robber Barons and toll roads, and yet, under an act like this, arbitrarily administered, the highways may be completely monopolized, if, through lack of interest, the people submit, then they may look to see the most sacred of their liberties taken from them one by one, by more or less rapid encroachment."

    Robertson vs. Department of Public Works, 180 Wash 133, 147.
     

    It is the duty of the courts to be watchful for the Constitutional rights of the citizen and against any stealthy encroachments thereon."

    Boyd vs. United States, 116 US 616
     

    "Personal liberty largely consists of the Right of locomotion -- to go where and when one pleases -- only so far restrained as the Rights of others may make it necessary for the welfare of all other citizens. The Right of the Citizen to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, by horse drawn carriage, wagon, or automobile, is not a mere privilege which may be permitted or prohibited at will, but the common Right which he has under his Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Under this Constitutional guarantee one may, therefore, under normal conditions, travel at his inclination along the public highways or in public places, and while conducting himself in an orderly and decent manner, neither interfering with nor disturbing another's Rights, he will be protected, not only in his person, but in his safe conduct."

    II Am.Jur. (1st) Constitutional Law, Sect.329, p.1135
     
  5. In San Francisco we went from George Gascon to Chesa Boudin who is even crazier. Our crime rates are low because the city is rapidly becoming too expensive for poor people to live in at all but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals. It’s interesting to extrapolate these trends 25 years in the future when it will be an Eloi/Morlocks situation where thugs drive 4 hours from the Central Valley or Reno to break into people’s garages or mug old ladies with absolutely no fear of consequences.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @415 reasons


    ... but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals.
     
    And into a spacialized job done by a class of pooter-criminals.

    Replies: @415 reasons

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @415 reasons

    415, San Francisco had over 30,000 reported car break ins last year. That is reported breaks in, and less than 2% arrest for those crimes. Don't the citizens ever get tired of being unrepresented by their elected representatives? You know, my bad, those aren't crimes anymore.

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Reg Cæsar

    , @Alden
    @415 reasons

    Aren’t people already driving or taking Bart or bus from Oakland Richmond Pittsburgh to SF to commit crimes?

    , @Gabe Ruth
    @415 reasons

    Probably going to see seasonal raiding, like the Saxons in Roman Britain.

  6. I understand there is prosecutorial discretion but I can’t imagine it goes so far as to effectively REPEAL laws enacted by the state legislature.

    • Replies: @Polynikes
    @unit472

    Why not? Clerks don’t have to follow election laws. Police and governors don’t have to follow their constitutions. Prosecutors haven’t been and won’t follow criminal codes (eg see the persecution of Kyle rittenhouse along with the similar deification of his attackers). The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors. State prosecutors let their allies go scot-free.

    Laws only get you so far. A robust society depends on mutually agreed upon culture and norms. That is gone in America and soon the country will follow.

    Replies: @Peterike, @unit472, @Paul Mendez

    , @gent
    @unit472

    What you're witnessing is full systemic collapse.

    , @J.Ross
    @unit472

    A law unenforced is effectively repealed. A lot of things in the election were uncomplicatedly non-controversially illegal, but under laws which are not enforced. Democrats believe in kritarchy and see each of themselves at every level as a judge-legislature-priest.

    , @Hibernian
    @unit472

    Trump was ordered by at least one judge to honor Obama's DACA stay out of jail free cards; and I think he was recently ordered to issue new ones, or at least renew old ones, which Biden will soon do anyways.

  7. No excuse Los Angelinos for voting in your own self-destruction! Awaiting David Cole’s definitive vituperative comment on this ongoing train track!

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Dan Hayes

    True of those who voted Gascon only, no?

    My wife and I don’t deserve any such thing, of course, as we were among the 46.5% of LA County voters who voted for Lacey. Gascon got about 2 million votes compared to Lacey’s 1.75 million.

    https://results.lavote.net/#year=2020&election=4193

    Replies: @Clyde

    , @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @Dan Hayes

    Not always a fan of Mr. Cole but he's really been on a roll lately.

    https://www.takimag.com/article/no-recount-needed-china-won/

    https://www.takimag.com/article/california-secedes-from-black-america/

    ETA: Of course, now that I say this, I see his latest screed at Taki's and it's full of fanciful examples of negro jew-baiting which no serious observer will credit. He's still funny but he should probably forego such obvious fabrications.

    Replies: @David Cole

    , @ANON
    @Dan Hayes

    Train track? You liked it so much, you even typed it twice.

    , @MEH 0910
    @Dan Hayes

    https://twitter.com/DavidColeStein/status/1336082115721527296

    https://twitter.com/DavidColeStein/status/1339225738952622080

    Replies: @MEH 0910

  8. No excuse Los Angelinos for voting in your own self-destruction! Awaiting David Cole’s definitive vituperative comment on this ongoing train track!

  9. One presumes this operates from the assumption that this will lead to fewer black boys getting records for jumping over a fence for trespass and the ‘exceptions’ will be cases where there is reasonable suspicion of more serious criminal intent. One hopes, unless they haven’t factored this in and the assumption is that there is an epidemic of ‘over policing’. It might not be without protections to get the woke plaudits whilst trying to make sure it doesn’t get taken advanced of. (It’s also possible that the protections are there but the average criminal doesn’t realise and we still see a spike in crime anyway.)

    Sadly the compromise of maybe sentence or prison reform alongside increased policing with more stop and frisk seems lost in the political wilderness. The key is to get the violent guys off the streets from ages 18-24 or to make the streets no longer so full of guns for them to wreck havoc with.

    Ironically the very cohorts who got Hilary and Biden the nomination, black church ladies, would likely be the biggest supporters of increased stop and frisk and policing.

    • Replies: @Alden
    @Altai

    Don’t mean to start a fight but. From professional law enforcement experience, first it’s black males from about 13 to 40 who need to be off the streets.

    The yung uns are getting worse and worse. Remember the 13 year olds who murdered Tessa Major. The yung uns seldom murder but commit many many crimes. Setting fires on subways and buses, swarming stores, targeting Whites older men and women for beatings.

    The baby daddies, sons, brothers fathers (if known) uncles, grandfathers ( if known) cousins of the black church ladies, preachers affirmative action well paid government employees are often criminals.

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison..

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @John Up North, @Abolish_public_education

    , @ANON
    @Altai

    Never assume an intent to compromise, or even basic goodwill, on the part of woke Soros DAs. These are unbalanced individuals with absolutely no concern for the safety of the public. They are ideologues, they are fanatics.

    Their no-bail, no-charge policies have already fed into an epidemic of murder, rape, and robbery in cities all over America, and it doesn't seem to bother them one bit. If anything, the failure of their ideas only makes them double down harder.

    Many of the criminals released by their policies have gone on to murder innocent people. If they're indifferent to that, it's a little much to assume they'd be interested in striking compromises in the name of the public good and rationally weighing the interests of society against those of the criminal.

    These DAs are literally getting people killed to make an ideological statement. They are deranged.

    , @res
    @Altai


    One presumes this operates from the assumption that this will lead to fewer black boys getting records for jumping over a fence for trespass and the ‘exceptions’ will be cases where there is reasonable suspicion of more serious criminal intent.
     
    One would hope. But I think it more likely the "exceptions" will be when a deplorable commits those crimes.
  10. So law and order stuff doesn’t work with Mexicans?

    • Replies: @Anon
    @Currahee

    The law and order will be the mexicans. La M mexicans. The void will be filled.
    City attorneys will still be able to charge crimes in some coties.

    , @Wilkey
    @Currahee

    Mexicans are natural conservatives, dontcha know? George W Bush and John McCain and Karl Rove and Billy Kristol and Willard Romney all sez so.

    Replies: @Kronos

  11. L.A. County DA George Gascon has issued a directive to prosecutors that the following misdemeanors will be declined for prosecution, with exemptions.

    You can bet the farm that the “exemptions” will be white right-wingers, of course. Gun owners, anti-lockdown protesters, pro-Trumpers, anti-abortion protesters — plus the popular catchall term for “enemies of the state”: “neo-Nazi white supremacist domestic terrorists.”

    Blacks, queers, Antifa and illegal alien Mexicans will surely be GTG…

    • Agree: Thomas
    • Replies: @bomag
    @Dr. X

    Are the deputy prosecutors under any obligation to follow this directive?

    Replies: @Bill Jones

  12. If the guys are so stupid why do they keep Winning?

    You guys are ignorant

    whites commit the most crime

    • Replies: @Wilkey
    @Freddie hhhjj

    Yep, Vermont and Iowa and Provo are all like the Wild Wild West. If you’re gunna troll at least say something believable.

    , @Hibernian
    @Freddie hhhjj

    Tiny Duck apparently has a bunch of sock puppets. Isn't this against the rules of the site?

    Replies: @Charon

  13. DC mayor Muriel Bowser, who grew up in DC, has been shooing away calls to defund/deactivate the police all year. Politicians who grew up in high crime environments really know what it’s like.

    • Agree: bomag
  14. L.A. County DA George Gascon has issued a directive to prosecutors that the following misdemeanors will be declined for prosecution, with exemptions.

    In other words, don’t do it on his street.

    • Agree: Kronos
  15. @unit472
    I understand there is prosecutorial discretion but I can't imagine it goes so far as to effectively REPEAL laws enacted by the state legislature.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @gent, @J.Ross, @Hibernian

    Why not? Clerks don’t have to follow election laws. Police and governors don’t have to follow their constitutions. Prosecutors haven’t been and won’t follow criminal codes (eg see the persecution of Kyle rittenhouse along with the similar deification of his attackers). The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors. State prosecutors let their allies go scot-free.

    Laws only get you so far. A robust society depends on mutually agreed upon culture and norms. That is gone in America and soon the country will follow.

    • Replies: @Peterike
    @Polynikes

    “ The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors.”

    Notice how the riots have stopped? Why might that be?

    Replies: @Feryl

    , @unit472
    @Polynikes

    There is a thing called a writ of mandamus where a higher court can order a lower court to cease abusing its discretion and to enforce a law. I'd be surprised if a state legislature could not also go to court and get a judge to order a DA to enforce the law. I'm not saying the California legislature would do that but county DA's are not immune so some city in LA county might.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

    , @Paul Mendez
    @Polynikes


    Laws only get you so far. A robust society depends on mutually agreed upon culture and norms.
     
    In the Old West, the lack of law enforcement (or the corruption of it) was remedied with a tall tree and a short rope. That was the mutually agreed upon culture and norms of the times.

    If the progressive politicians and bureaucrats continue to sanctify crime and vilify decency, they shouldn’t be surprised by the return of vigilantes.
  16. Let’s look at what this is about. Money and real estate. Soros has long been suspected as being not as really rich as he says and a CCP front. His mo being to destroy nations via color revolutions and pick up assets cheap flipping them immediately. China is supposedly his main buyer.

    Make US urban real estate cheap by eliminating law enforcement. But up assets and flip them to the real buyer. Who then uses private goons to clear out the criminals.

    Question, after people Escape from LA and Escape from New York, why would they ever return?

    This has Chinese sell poison infant formula all over it.

    • Agree: Thea
    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @Whiskey

    Whats China's MO though? Lebenstraum? Control of American elites?

  17. @415 reasons
    In San Francisco we went from George Gascon to Chesa Boudin who is even crazier. Our crime rates are low because the city is rapidly becoming too expensive for poor people to live in at all but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals. It’s interesting to extrapolate these trends 25 years in the future when it will be an Eloi/Morlocks situation where thugs drive 4 hours from the Central Valley or Reno to break into people’s garages or mug old ladies with absolutely no fear of consequences.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden, @Gabe Ruth

    … but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals.

    And into a spacialized job done by a class of pooter-criminals.

    • Replies: @415 reasons
    @Reg Cæsar

    Well yea the quality of life crime from our resident mentally ill drug addicts who also need never fear punishment is a separate issue. Those people live here but they don’t live here if you know what I mean.

  18. @Marty
    Any dog lovers here? Today in SF, I called 911 on a SJW who was walking her husky, which was painted or dyed entirely green. Woman who took the call was unimpressed: “does it appear to be in any distress?”

    Replies: @Greg bngjgjjg, @jamie b., @Cato, @Adam Smith

    Why are you wasting police time and resources?

    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans

    On topic:

    tbh, aside from trespassing and distrurbing the peace, I’m ok with this.

    This is so prisons dont become hotbeds for COVD

    Smart move actuallty

    • Disagree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Ragno
    @Greg bngjgjjg


    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans
     
    I certainly care more about dogs than I do Soros-funded "law enforcement", not to mention the people voting for them. People love dogs. If you were a human, you'd understand this.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @MollyA

    , @Kylie
    @Greg bngjgjjg

    "I swear white people care more about dogs than humans"

    I certainly do and the stupidity of you and your ilk is one reason why.

  19. What’s Gascon accent? Or does he just sound odd?

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Change that Matters

    Born and lived in Cuba until age 13. Looks like Steve Martin could fake the accent and play him onscreen.

    , @Cortes
    @Change that Matters

    Maybe the Basque’s too tight.

  20. @Reg Cæsar
    @415 reasons


    ... but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals.
     
    And into a spacialized job done by a class of pooter-criminals.

    Replies: @415 reasons

    Well yea the quality of life crime from our resident mentally ill drug addicts who also need never fear punishment is a separate issue. Those people live here but they don’t live here if you know what I mean.

  21. If they decline to prosecute for resisting arrest, will they also decline to prosecute for the crime the perp was getting arrested for?

  22. This should cause a spike in LA’s major contribution to American cultural life, which isn’t the right turn on red (sorry Woody) but rather the televised car chase on local freeways. That’s resisting arrest after all.

  23. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    -Driving without license
     
    Does anyone have insurance who doesn't have a license?

    What about murder and torture? The arrests for those show a disparity too.

    Replies: @mmack, @Adam Smith

    I figure dropping Driving Without a License charges is a sop to LA’s ¡Vibrant! community.

    Now for REAL fun, that particular community has a tendency of:
    – Driving without valid registration
    – Driving without insurance
    – Driving while intoxicated 🥴

    Heck, back in Silly-nois a cop could hit the quadfecta and pull over a ¡Vibrant! driver and charge him with all four violations, which did happen. Usually the charge was DUI and no valid license/registration.

    So remains to be seen if those other crimes fall by the wayside too.

    Were I an insurance company I’d be none too thrilled if my insured got t-boned by someone without a license and they weren’t charged.

    • Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @mmack

    Agree with all of your points, but why would your insurance company care if muchachos are charged or not? PS: I live in an entirely different part of the country and they are quite given to this particular 'driving offense'.

    Why is it such a pattern everywhere they are found? We know from our 'betters' that it cannot have a genetic component, and it can't be something cultural because that would be just as racist. So, is it... Wait! I know! It's Toxic White Supremacy, right?

    Replies: @mmack, @Paul Mendez

    , @Drew
    @mmack

    Your mileage may vary, but I don't see the point of licensing requirements for drivers. I recall driving with my licensed grandfather on a three mile trip to church one morning as a teenager and nearly wrecking twice because his reflexes were barely sufficient to stop at red lights in time. I also see tons of drivers on the interstate watching YouTube videos on their phone while driving, swerving in and out of lanes. If I had my way, you'd have to do a rules test and eye test every time you renewed your license, as well as a driving test every year begining at the age of 64, and have a vehicle inspection every time you renewed your registration. If you don't pass any test, you lose your license and your car is impounded until you get reinstated by correcting and deficiencies in your vehicle, abilities or knowledge of road rules. Any licensing and registration regime less strict than this is mostly a waste of time. Americans tolerate too many bad drivers and vehicles on their roads.

    Replies: @mmack

    , @International Jew
    @mmack

    I had to spend a day in driving school, after getting pulled over for speeding. All my classmates were Mexicans or Central Americans. To break the ice, the teacher asked each of us in turn to say what we were in for. Every last one of my classmates was there for driving without a valid license. (Sometimes it was that and something else.)

    Replies: @Marty

  24. This should accelerate the departure of white UMC’s from the L.A. basin for other states.

    Swell.

  25. Could it be that the voting machines in L.A. were controlled by Soros people?

    Maybe Soros and his guys really understand leverage. You invest a few hundred million in the voting machines industry, and suddenly you can determine the outcome of elections.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter, tyrone
  26. @Dr. X

    L.A. County DA George Gascon has issued a directive to prosecutors that the following misdemeanors will be declined for prosecution, with exemptions.
     
    You can bet the farm that the "exemptions" will be white right-wingers, of course. Gun owners, anti-lockdown protesters, pro-Trumpers, anti-abortion protesters -- plus the popular catchall term for "enemies of the state": "neo-Nazi white supremacist domestic terrorists."

    Blacks, queers, Antifa and illegal alien Mexicans will surely be GTG...

    Replies: @bomag

    Are the deputy prosecutors under any obligation to follow this directive?

    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @bomag

    Only if they want to keep their jobs.
    They work for the DA.

    Replies: @David In TN, @bomag

  27. @Polynikes
    @unit472

    Why not? Clerks don’t have to follow election laws. Police and governors don’t have to follow their constitutions. Prosecutors haven’t been and won’t follow criminal codes (eg see the persecution of Kyle rittenhouse along with the similar deification of his attackers). The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors. State prosecutors let their allies go scot-free.

    Laws only get you so far. A robust society depends on mutually agreed upon culture and norms. That is gone in America and soon the country will follow.

    Replies: @Peterike, @unit472, @Paul Mendez

    “ The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors.”

    Notice how the riots have stopped? Why might that be?

    • Replies: @Feryl
    @Peterike

    Cold weather & Biden "winning". Remember that the brain-dead Left stopped doing anti-war protests after Obama was elected. It's not about policy, it's about getting rid of Republican presidents (no matter how much they might cuck on various issues).

  28. Everybody’s happy cause the sun is shining all the time.

    Back then the number of people living precariously wasn’t yet in the millions.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Morton's toes

    Absolute Dreck song. But I associate it with our sleeping or happy sleepy ice-cream-covered small children as we file out of Dodger Stadium after a victory.

  29. If you dress up like Antifa and start attacking these politicians homes and offices, what exactly are the police to do?

    • Replies: @Alan Mercer
    @newrouter

    Arrest, unmask, charge. Declare the perps to be white supremacists posing as Valiant Protestors in an effort to start a race war.

    , @Thoughts
    @newrouter

    Remember when the kid spray painted a synagogue and all the other leftists said it was a synagogue and the kid had a complete nervous/mental breakdown

    He was crying and apologizing and freaking out as if his life was over.

  30. @Greg bngjgjjg
    @Marty

    Why are you wasting police time and resources?

    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans

    On topic:

    tbh, aside from trespassing and distrurbing the peace, I'm ok with this.

    This is so prisons dont become hotbeds for COVD

    Smart move actuallty

    Replies: @Ragno, @Kylie

    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans

    I certainly care more about dogs than I do Soros-funded “law enforcement”, not to mention the people voting for them. People love dogs. If you were a human, you’d understand this.

    • Agree: Kylie
    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @Ragno

    You are responding to a humor troll who uses multiple pseudonyms, including his original Tiny Duck one. Notice the misspellings and malapropisms; his shtick is to make fun of SJWs by writing parodies of their beliefs, and make them sound even stupider by throwing in the illiterate looking goofs in case you didn’t get the joke.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @MollyA
    @Ragno

    Animals (at least most domestic animals) are more innocent and more helpless. So yeah, I confess to caring more about them than you think I should. Would probably be the case even were I a poc.

    Replies: @Charon

  31. What if I break into a brothel?

    (Weekend plans are set.)

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @White Guy In Japan

    You're in Japan, so there aren't any brothels. If you break into soapland, Gascon's authority probably won't extend that far. But you never know unless you try!

  32. @415 reasons
    In San Francisco we went from George Gascon to Chesa Boudin who is even crazier. Our crime rates are low because the city is rapidly becoming too expensive for poor people to live in at all but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals. It’s interesting to extrapolate these trends 25 years in the future when it will be an Eloi/Morlocks situation where thugs drive 4 hours from the Central Valley or Reno to break into people’s garages or mug old ladies with absolutely no fear of consequences.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden, @Gabe Ruth

    415, San Francisco had over 30,000 reported car break ins last year. That is reported breaks in, and less than 2% arrest for those crimes. Don’t the citizens ever get tired of being unrepresented by their elected representatives? You know, my bad, those aren’t crimes anymore.

    • Replies: @415 reasons
    @Buffalo Joe

    My bad I meant to say our violent crime rates are low. Obviously the property crime is through the roof. As I was saying there’s a whole network of commuter criminals who work in SF. There’s organized rings of people who break into rental cars and steal tourists luggage from street parked cars in Fisherman’s Wharf. If you leave a backpack or gym bag in a car parked overnight on the street anywhere in the city you can expect a broken window the next day. Also violent crime may come back as these people are emboldened there was a guy shot on the street in Noe Valley two days ago for an iPhone.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @Buffalo Joe


    415, San Francisco had over 30,000 reported car break ins last year.
     
    As Earl Butz could have told you, they were looking for a warm toilet.


    https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/2280/6547/products/p[email protected]2x.jpg?v=1554658193
  33. @Currahee
    So law and order stuff doesn't work with Mexicans?

    Replies: @Anon, @Wilkey

    The law and order will be the mexicans. La M mexicans. The void will be filled.
    City attorneys will still be able to charge crimes in some coties.

  34. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    Prostitution OK, going out for some Coronas and burritos will get you booked for Covid 19 lockdown violations. Makes perfect sense to me.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Anonymous

    Well, there’s a difference between getting junk food and offering up one’s junk as food.

  35. Incidentally, while Jackie Lacey had led the LA DA’s office fairly well during her time there, that office has always had something of a spotty reputation. You go back a little ways into modern history, you can name many of the cases and incidents for which the office is known for, and generally not in a positive way: Polanski, McMartin, Rodney King, O.J., and Rampart. In general, in the local legal community, the LA City Attorney’s office (which prosecutes misdemeanors committed within city limits in addition to the city’s civil caseload) has generally had a better reputation for the quality of its personnel and work compared to the DA. It’s the largest local prosecutor’s office in the country, so maybe its responsibilities have to be weighed in the balance of its reputation. (The DA’s internal bureau of investigators by itself is actually the fourth-largest local law enforcement agency in the county, behind the LAPD, LA Sheriff, and Long Beach PD, with about 300 sworn officers.) Still, at least until now, the Eye of Soros hasn’t fallen on it.

    But then, I was involved in an incident a few years ago in which one of the many mentally-unbalanced vagrants who inhabit the streets of Santa Monica smashed one of my office windows with a stick and showered me with broken glass. It was prosecuted as a felony because of the stick (assault with a deadly weapon) and because he was shouting that he was going to kill me. I was able to eyeball him to the police who responded within minutes and I got to testify at a preliminary hearing.

    Without any notice to me, the case got pled out to some sort of diversion and no custody. I saw the guy back on the same block as my office a few months later. I called the police, on the assumption that whatever probation conditions he received would have included staying away from my office (the scene of his offense and the workplace of his victims). Nope.

    I’d already had enough experience with the realities of the criminal justice system that I wasn’t surprised or concerned that the guy wasn’t going to serve any real time for smashing a window into my face. (Also, he was white, and supposedly a veteran, like me, so I would have been willing to be a mensch about it.) I was very annoyed though that the DA hadn’t bothered with either probation terms or giving me any notice of his disposition or release, because I would have had him served with a restraining order in jail to keep him away from my workplace.

    Anyway, that little anecdote goes to saying that I don’t have much of a great opinion of the LA DA based on my own experience. So I’m not sure how much the transition in personnel at the top is really going to change. The criminal justice system is a volume industry pretty much everywhere, and especially in California. The wheels may grind more or less finely, but it’s a difference of degree, not kind.

  36. Now that rigged elections are accepted, I imagine we may see some heartbreaking DA election results when Soros and Dominion are involved.

    I wish there was some country on earth similar to the USA of the 1980s to escape to, but there really isnt.

    Evil had a good 2020.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Troll: Corvinus
  37. @Polynikes
    @unit472

    Why not? Clerks don’t have to follow election laws. Police and governors don’t have to follow their constitutions. Prosecutors haven’t been and won’t follow criminal codes (eg see the persecution of Kyle rittenhouse along with the similar deification of his attackers). The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors. State prosecutors let their allies go scot-free.

    Laws only get you so far. A robust society depends on mutually agreed upon culture and norms. That is gone in America and soon the country will follow.

    Replies: @Peterike, @unit472, @Paul Mendez

    There is a thing called a writ of mandamus where a higher court can order a lower court to cease abusing its discretion and to enforce a law. I’d be surprised if a state legislature could not also go to court and get a judge to order a DA to enforce the law. I’m not saying the California legislature would do that but county DA’s are not immune so some city in LA county might.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @unit472

    " I’d be surprised if a state legislature could not also go to court and get a judge to order a DA to enforce the law. "

    And the DA would tell the judge to shove his writ up his racist ass. You're missing the point. None of these "rules" matter; all is trumped by racism. You can do anything you want if it is seen as antiracist (BLM riots, looting, trespassing, etc.) and anything done by Whites is ipso facto illegal as being presumptively racist.

    Due process means as much for Whites today as it did for Jews in WWII Poland.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

  38. I doubt Trump was the only victim of Dominion’s altered votes.

    Steve, why the heck are you still in L.A.?

    • Agree: brandybranch
    • Replies: @Bill Jones
    @Anon


    Steve, why the heck are you still in L.A.?
     
    The wonderful climate in his closet.
    , @vhrm
    @Anon


    Steve, why the heck are you still in L.A.?
     
    Heh, he covered that on his interview.

    Iirc it was the weather and because that's where he's from so he returned there after ~20 years elsewhere. (Chicago?)
  39. @Currahee
    So law and order stuff doesn't work with Mexicans?

    Replies: @Anon, @Wilkey

    Mexicans are natural conservatives, dontcha know? George W Bush and John McCain and Karl Rove and Billy Kristol and Willard Romney all sez so.

    • Replies: @Kronos
    @Wilkey

    The minute Mexicans ever produced a brown Pat Buchanan (Wetback Pat) they’d have hounded him endlessly in National Review.

  40. @Freddie hhhjj
    If the guys are so stupid why do they keep Winning?

    You guys are ignorant

    whites commit the most crime

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Hibernian

    Yep, Vermont and Iowa and Provo are all like the Wild Wild West. If you’re gunna troll at least say something believable.

  41. George Gascon’s family fled Cuba after the Communists took over. Please no one again ever pretend the people fleeing shithole socialist countries are “natural conservatives.” Because a lot of the time they aren’t. Sometimes, in fact, their countries were turned into shitholes by the people who are now fleeing them.

    • Replies: @Thea
    @Wilkey

    They are conservative...to their traditions. It is predictable that such people would be hostile to ours.

    , @Hibernian
    @Wilkey

    It's my understanding that the Communists have sent loyal Communist agents to countries where exiles went, to infiltrate and spy on exile political movements. The Soviets after 1917, and Castro after 1959/60, did this. Also, a fair number of exiles were socialists or at least liberals who left after they found out that the Revo has "gone wrong." Some, maybe most, turned to the right because of that experience, but some were of the opinion that the Revo "just hadn't been done right." (Sound familiar?) Also don't discount children rebelling against their parents. And the exiles who had been criminals in Cuba.

    Replies: @Alan Mercer

    , @ATBOTL
    @Wilkey


    George Gascon’s family fled Cuba after the Communists took over. Please no one again ever pretend the people fleeing shithole socialist countries are “natural conservatives.” Because a lot of the time they aren’t. Sometimes, in fact, their countries were turned into shitholes by the people who are now fleeing them
     
    We have to do more to fight that idea. I notice that on boomer conservatives sites like Breitbart, Free Republic and Powerline, the comments are overwhelmingly in favor of letting in all immigrants from any leftist run country on the specious grounds that "they will never vote for a DemonRat after living under socialism." They seem to not understand that folks like the founders of the notorious street gang MS-13 and Taliban supporters like the family of Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen were let into America on the pretext that they were fleeing communism.

    Replies: @John Johnson

  42. I propose that people in LA County start trespassing at Gascon’s home, and at the home or business of anyone who contributed to Gascon’s campaign. Did any restaurants contribute? Maybe a little dash and dine is in order. It’s not like they’ll prosecute you for it.

    • LOL: Hibernian
  43. If the CCP is backing Soros, they’re sure getting a lot of bang for their buck. He’s destroying America in the most cost-effective way imaginable. We spend trillions on defense, and for what? The country is being destroyed all around us in ways that our military isn’t set up to deal with.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Harry Baldwin

    Great comment, Harry. We're doing just great spending those trillions defending ourselves against undermanned, underpowered, and often non-existent external forces. Nobody took the internal war against Communism seriously, and lately "our" governments are no longer allies in that fight. We're finally on our own.

  44. @mmack
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    I figure dropping Driving Without a License charges is a sop to LA’s ¡Vibrant! community.

    Now for REAL fun, that particular community has a tendency of:
    - Driving without valid registration
    - Driving without insurance
    - Driving while intoxicated 🥴

    Heck, back in Silly-nois a cop could hit the quadfecta and pull over a ¡Vibrant! driver and charge him with all four violations, which did happen. Usually the charge was DUI and no valid license/registration.

    So remains to be seen if those other crimes fall by the wayside too.

    Were I an insurance company I’d be none too thrilled if my insured got t-boned by someone without a license and they weren’t charged.

    Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @Drew, @International Jew

    Agree with all of your points, but why would your insurance company care if muchachos are charged or not? PS: I live in an entirely different part of the country and they are quite given to this particular ‘driving offense’.

    Why is it such a pattern everywhere they are found? We know from our ‘betters’ that it cannot have a genetic component, and it can’t be something cultural because that would be just as racist. So, is it… Wait! I know! It’s Toxic White Supremacy, right?

    • Replies: @mmack
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    It's us Structural, Systemic Racists what are forcing them to do it. 😔

    , @Paul Mendez
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder


    Why is it such a pattern everywhere they are found?
     
    I live in a “common ownership community.” Our immigrant residents from Central America simply cannot wrap their heads around the idea that anyone actually expects them to follow the HOA rules. They acknowledge the rules exist, just don’t abide by them.

    It’s like you or I don’t actually believe the IRS expects us to declare $50 in poker winnings. Or that the police actually expect we’ll never exceed the speed limit.

    They’re worse than the blacks in this respect. Blacks will argue that what the did really wasn’t against the rule, or that they have an excuse, or that the rule is stupid. Hispanic immigrants simply shrug their shoulders, apologize, but then keep doing whatever they were doing.

  45. @Dan Hayes
    No excuse Los Angelinos for voting in your own self-destruction! Awaiting David Cole’s definitive vituperative comment on this ongoing train track!

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @ANON, @MEH 0910

    True of those who voted Gascon only, no?

    My wife and I don’t deserve any such thing, of course, as we were among the 46.5% of LA County voters who voted for Lacey. Gascon got about 2 million votes compared to Lacey’s 1.75 million.

    https://results.lavote.net/#year=2020&election=4193

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @RadicalCenter

    My wife and I don’t deserve any such thing, of course, as we were among the 46.5% of LA County voters who voted for Lacey. Gascon got about 2 million votes compared to Lacey’s 1.75 million.

    Lacey was outspent by five million. It is amazing how much money the extreme left can rustle up from degenerate millionaires- billionaires.


    Lacey, who was supported by police and other law enforcement unions, said she faced a “tsunami” of money. Gascon, who was supported by several wealthy philanthropists, including New York billionaire George Soros, outspent her by $5 million. Lacey’s support primarily came from law enforcement unions, including the one that represents the deputy district attorneys Gascon will oversee.
     
  46. @Morton's toes
    Everybody's happy cause the sun is shining all the time.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcADqxnQA_4

    Back then the number of people living precariously wasn't yet in the millions.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    Absolute Dreck song. But I associate it with our sleeping or happy sleepy ice-cream-covered small children as we file out of Dodger Stadium after a victory.

  47. @Dan Hayes
    No excuse Los Angelinos for voting in your own self-destruction! Awaiting David Cole’s definitive vituperative comment on this ongoing train track!

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @ANON, @MEH 0910

    Not always a fan of Mr. Cole but he’s really been on a roll lately.

    https://www.takimag.com/article/no-recount-needed-china-won/

    https://www.takimag.com/article/california-secedes-from-black-america/

    ETA: Of course, now that I say this, I see his latest screed at Taki’s and it’s full of fanciful examples of negro jew-baiting which no serious observer will credit. He’s still funny but he should probably forego such obvious fabrications.

    • Replies: @David Cole
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    Hey Mike,

    David Cole here. What exactly do you think I "fabricated" in my column?

    Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

  48. Anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Believe it or not, the hard Marxist left, these days, plans to ‘decriminalize’ prostitution – although their position on poncing and pimping remains unclear.

    A complete 180 degree turnaround from the old hatchet faced feminazi stand the lefties used to take. I don’t know the reason for this revolution of lewdness, but as a guess, I suppose the ’empowerment’ bullshit has taken hold.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Anonymous

    Believe it or not, the hard Marxist left, these days, plans to ‘decriminalize’ prostitution – although their position on poncing and pimping remains unclear.

    Probably they want something like the Swedish policy put in place: prostitution from the streetwalking level on up to be decriminalized, but soliciting a prostitute to remain a crime. That means hookers standing around in a park cannot be arrested or told to move on, but men who approach them can be arrested & perhaps their car impounded. Probably Rosie could femme-splain the rationalization with terms like "desperate women who need to feed their child" and "despicable men who betray their women", etc.

    A complete 180 degree turnaround from the old hatchet faced feminazi stand the lefties used to take.

    3rd wave feminism has been 'sex positive' since the late 1990's. It's a point of disagreement between the younger ones and the old ladies in Hillary Clinton pantsuits. Partly just hormones, partly cultural shift.

    I don’t know the reason for this revolution of lewdness,

    You've probably never watched an entire episode of "Sex and the City", then.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_and_the_City

    It was a late 90's early 00's show. Six years of femmepowerment fables including "slutty girls who spend their Sundays gossiping over mimosas but who then land a great guy just before turning 30". Remember, moving pictures are a form of hypnotism? SatC literally brainwashed a cohort of late GenX / millennial girls. The 22 year old college graduate of 2000 is now a 42 year old occupying an office cube...or, these days, an "office" in a corner of her apartment.

    but as a guess, I suppose the ’empowerment’ bullshit has taken hold.

    That stuff took hold in the 80's. The grip has only tightened since then.

    Replies: @stillCARealist

    , @Anonymous
    @Anonymous

    They want the Swedish situation, where it's legal for women to sell sex but illegal for men to buy it.

    , @znon
    @Anonymous

    does "poncing" equal toilet trading? and is Gascon ok with it?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFQxiL8ElZA

  49. @RadicalCenter
    @Dan Hayes

    True of those who voted Gascon only, no?

    My wife and I don’t deserve any such thing, of course, as we were among the 46.5% of LA County voters who voted for Lacey. Gascon got about 2 million votes compared to Lacey’s 1.75 million.

    https://results.lavote.net/#year=2020&election=4193

    Replies: @Clyde

    My wife and I don’t deserve any such thing, of course, as we were among the 46.5% of LA County voters who voted for Lacey. Gascon got about 2 million votes compared to Lacey’s 1.75 million.

    Lacey was outspent by five million. It is amazing how much money the extreme left can rustle up from degenerate millionaires- billionaires.

    Lacey, who was supported by police and other law enforcement unions, said she faced a “tsunami” of money. Gascon, who was supported by several wealthy philanthropists, including New York billionaire George Soros, outspent her by $5 million. Lacey’s support primarily came from law enforcement unions, including the one that represents the deputy district attorneys Gascon will oversee.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  50. @unit472
    I understand there is prosecutorial discretion but I can't imagine it goes so far as to effectively REPEAL laws enacted by the state legislature.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @gent, @J.Ross, @Hibernian

    What you’re witnessing is full systemic collapse.

  51. @mmack
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    I figure dropping Driving Without a License charges is a sop to LA’s ¡Vibrant! community.

    Now for REAL fun, that particular community has a tendency of:
    - Driving without valid registration
    - Driving without insurance
    - Driving while intoxicated 🥴

    Heck, back in Silly-nois a cop could hit the quadfecta and pull over a ¡Vibrant! driver and charge him with all four violations, which did happen. Usually the charge was DUI and no valid license/registration.

    So remains to be seen if those other crimes fall by the wayside too.

    Were I an insurance company I’d be none too thrilled if my insured got t-boned by someone without a license and they weren’t charged.

    Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @Drew, @International Jew

    Your mileage may vary, but I don’t see the point of licensing requirements for drivers. I recall driving with my licensed grandfather on a three mile trip to church one morning as a teenager and nearly wrecking twice because his reflexes were barely sufficient to stop at red lights in time. I also see tons of drivers on the interstate watching YouTube videos on their phone while driving, swerving in and out of lanes. If I had my way, you’d have to do a rules test and eye test every time you renewed your license, as well as a driving test every year begining at the age of 64, and have a vehicle inspection every time you renewed your registration. If you don’t pass any test, you lose your license and your car is impounded until you get reinstated by correcting and deficiencies in your vehicle, abilities or knowledge of road rules. Any licensing and registration regime less strict than this is mostly a waste of time. Americans tolerate too many bad drivers and vehicles on their roads.

    • Replies: @mmack
    @Drew

    I agree with you on stricter requirements for license testing, especially as drivers get older and reflexes decline. And as we've seen with certain Presidential candidates, cognitive ability declines. I've unfortunately had experience of old duffers who shouldn't be driving hitting our car and driving off.

    I'm on the fence on "Safety Inspections". I was born, raised, and spent the bulk of my life in Illinois. Since the late 1980s the Illinois EPA has "Emissions Testing" that seems a sham (A car I owned "failed", I changed the oil, put in a new air filter, ran the car on the highway on the way to a different test facility, and it "passed", no tuneup work other than an air filter needed) and appears like a nice kickback scheme ("I'm sorry your car failed inspection. But if you take it to Joe's Garage across the street there and tell him I sent you, he'll fix you right up." 😉). I suspect in a lot of states "Safety Inspections" are a slush between connected repair shops and inspectors. Also, being from Illinois and seeing the shenanigans pulled by towing firms (Compounding, skyrocketing fees and selling impounded cars to connected scrap yards for pennies on the dollar), any plan that impounds a vehicle for infractions sets off alarm bells.

    That said, while cars generally are more dependable and longer lasting than the Detroit Iron of my fathers's time and my youth, around where I live vehicles that would sorely need safety inspections are owned by more ¡Vibrant! and Diverse owners. So those vehicles would never get inspections.

    If you're not going to get a license, you're not going to get valid plates and you're not going to get insurance. And I left a state that will issue a drivers license to the "undocumented".

    Driving is going to get a lot more "fun" in California.

  52. So instead of abolishing the police you just encourage them to quit in disgust.

    • Agree: Hibernian
  53. @bomag
    @Dr. X

    Are the deputy prosecutors under any obligation to follow this directive?

    Replies: @Bill Jones

    Only if they want to keep their jobs.
    They work for the DA.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @Bill Jones

    In Philadelphia, the Soros DA promptly fired the veteran prosecutors upon election a few years ago. In LA County, Soros' "man" can't do that. In LA County, the Deputy DAs are under Civil Service.

    The LA Times recently whined in a editorial that the veteran prosecutors can't be immediately fired. They can (and will) be demoted and otherwise humiliated, hopefully forcing them to resign.

    , @bomag
    @Bill Jones


    They work for the DA.
     
    Okay, but I imagine they still have some duty to the law.

    I'd guess "resisting arrest" would be filed as an assault charge; trespassing as criminal endangerment; etc.; plead down to time served after lingering in the system in the usual way.

    Replies: @Hibernian

  54. @Anon
    I doubt Trump was the only victim of Dominion's altered votes.

    Steve, why the heck are you still in L.A.?

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @vhrm

    Steve, why the heck are you still in L.A.?

    The wonderful climate in his closet.

    • LOL: Harry Baldwin
  55. @unit472
    I understand there is prosecutorial discretion but I can't imagine it goes so far as to effectively REPEAL laws enacted by the state legislature.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @gent, @J.Ross, @Hibernian

    A law unenforced is effectively repealed. A lot of things in the election were uncomplicatedly non-controversially illegal, but under laws which are not enforced. Democrats believe in kritarchy and see each of themselves at every level as a judge-legislature-priest.

  56. @White Guy In Japan
    What if I break into a brothel?

    (Weekend plans are set.)

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous

    You’re in Japan, so there aren’t any brothels. If you break into soapland, Gascon’s authority probably won’t extend that far. But you never know unless you try!

  57. @Bill Jones
    @bomag

    Only if they want to keep their jobs.
    They work for the DA.

    Replies: @David In TN, @bomag

    In Philadelphia, the Soros DA promptly fired the veteran prosecutors upon election a few years ago. In LA County, Soros’ “man” can’t do that. In LA County, the Deputy DAs are under Civil Service.

    The LA Times recently whined in a editorial that the veteran prosecutors can’t be immediately fired. They can (and will) be demoted and otherwise humiliated, hopefully forcing them to resign.

  58. @Change that Matters
    What's Gascon accent? Or does he just sound odd?

    Replies: @Known Fact, @Cortes

    Born and lived in Cuba until age 13. Looks like Steve Martin could fake the accent and play him onscreen.

  59. Black Agenda Report: Black Masses Not Yet Sold on Defunding the Police

  60. @Harry Baldwin
    If the CCP is backing Soros, they're sure getting a lot of bang for their buck. He's destroying America in the most cost-effective way imaginable. We spend trillions on defense, and for what? The country is being destroyed all around us in ways that our military isn't set up to deal with.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Great comment, Harry. We’re doing just great spending those trillions defending ourselves against undermanned, underpowered, and often non-existent external forces. Nobody took the internal war against Communism seriously, and lately “our” governments are no longer allies in that fight. We’re finally on our own.

  61. @Buffalo Joe
    @415 reasons

    415, San Francisco had over 30,000 reported car break ins last year. That is reported breaks in, and less than 2% arrest for those crimes. Don't the citizens ever get tired of being unrepresented by their elected representatives? You know, my bad, those aren't crimes anymore.

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Reg Cæsar

    My bad I meant to say our violent crime rates are low. Obviously the property crime is through the roof. As I was saying there’s a whole network of commuter criminals who work in SF. There’s organized rings of people who break into rental cars and steal tourists luggage from street parked cars in Fisherman’s Wharf. If you leave a backpack or gym bag in a car parked overnight on the street anywhere in the city you can expect a broken window the next day. Also violent crime may come back as these people are emboldened there was a guy shot on the street in Noe Valley two days ago for an iPhone.

  62. @Drew
    @mmack

    Your mileage may vary, but I don't see the point of licensing requirements for drivers. I recall driving with my licensed grandfather on a three mile trip to church one morning as a teenager and nearly wrecking twice because his reflexes were barely sufficient to stop at red lights in time. I also see tons of drivers on the interstate watching YouTube videos on their phone while driving, swerving in and out of lanes. If I had my way, you'd have to do a rules test and eye test every time you renewed your license, as well as a driving test every year begining at the age of 64, and have a vehicle inspection every time you renewed your registration. If you don't pass any test, you lose your license and your car is impounded until you get reinstated by correcting and deficiencies in your vehicle, abilities or knowledge of road rules. Any licensing and registration regime less strict than this is mostly a waste of time. Americans tolerate too many bad drivers and vehicles on their roads.

    Replies: @mmack

    I agree with you on stricter requirements for license testing, especially as drivers get older and reflexes decline. And as we’ve seen with certain Presidential candidates, cognitive ability declines. I’ve unfortunately had experience of old duffers who shouldn’t be driving hitting our car and driving off.

    I’m on the fence on “Safety Inspections”. I was born, raised, and spent the bulk of my life in Illinois. Since the late 1980s the Illinois EPA has “Emissions Testing” that seems a sham (A car I owned “failed”, I changed the oil, put in a new air filter, ran the car on the highway on the way to a different test facility, and it “passed”, no tuneup work other than an air filter needed) and appears like a nice kickback scheme (“I’m sorry your car failed inspection. But if you take it to Joe’s Garage across the street there and tell him I sent you, he’ll fix you right up.” 😉). I suspect in a lot of states “Safety Inspections” are a slush between connected repair shops and inspectors. Also, being from Illinois and seeing the shenanigans pulled by towing firms (Compounding, skyrocketing fees and selling impounded cars to connected scrap yards for pennies on the dollar), any plan that impounds a vehicle for infractions sets off alarm bells.

    That said, while cars generally are more dependable and longer lasting than the Detroit Iron of my fathers’s time and my youth, around where I live vehicles that would sorely need safety inspections are owned by more ¡Vibrant! and Diverse owners. So those vehicles would never get inspections.

    If you’re not going to get a license, you’re not going to get valid plates and you’re not going to get insurance. And I left a state that will issue a drivers license to the “undocumented”.

    Driving is going to get a lot more “fun” in California.

  63. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @mmack

    Agree with all of your points, but why would your insurance company care if muchachos are charged or not? PS: I live in an entirely different part of the country and they are quite given to this particular 'driving offense'.

    Why is it such a pattern everywhere they are found? We know from our 'betters' that it cannot have a genetic component, and it can't be something cultural because that would be just as racist. So, is it... Wait! I know! It's Toxic White Supremacy, right?

    Replies: @mmack, @Paul Mendez

    It’s us Structural, Systemic Racists what are forcing them to do it. 😔

  64. @Wilkey
    George Gascon’s family fled Cuba after the Communists took over. Please no one again ever pretend the people fleeing shithole socialist countries are “natural conservatives.” Because a lot of the time they aren’t. Sometimes, in fact, their countries were turned into shitholes by the people who are now fleeing them.

    Replies: @Thea, @Hibernian, @ATBOTL

    They are conservative…to their traditions. It is predictable that such people would be hostile to ours.

  65. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Believe it or not, the hard Marxist left, these days, plans to 'decriminalize' prostitution - although their position on poncing and pimping remains unclear.

    A complete 180 degree turnaround from the old hatchet faced feminazi stand the lefties used to take. I don't know the reason for this revolution of lewdness, but as a guess, I suppose the 'empowerment' bullshit has taken hold.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @znon

    Believe it or not, the hard Marxist left, these days, plans to ‘decriminalize’ prostitution – although their position on poncing and pimping remains unclear.

    Probably they want something like the Swedish policy put in place: prostitution from the streetwalking level on up to be decriminalized, but soliciting a prostitute to remain a crime. That means hookers standing around in a park cannot be arrested or told to move on, but men who approach them can be arrested & perhaps their car impounded. Probably Rosie could femme-splain the rationalization with terms like “desperate women who need to feed their child” and “despicable men who betray their women”, etc.

    A complete 180 degree turnaround from the old hatchet faced feminazi stand the lefties used to take.

    3rd wave feminism has been ‘sex positive’ since the late 1990’s. It’s a point of disagreement between the younger ones and the old ladies in Hillary Clinton pantsuits. Partly just hormones, partly cultural shift.

    I don’t know the reason for this revolution of lewdness,

    You’ve probably never watched an entire episode of “Sex and the City”, then.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_and_the_City

    It was a late 90’s early 00’s show. Six years of femmepowerment fables including “slutty girls who spend their Sundays gossiping over mimosas but who then land a great guy just before turning 30”. Remember, moving pictures are a form of hypnotism? SatC literally brainwashed a cohort of late GenX / millennial girls. The 22 year old college graduate of 2000 is now a 42 year old occupying an office cube…or, these days, an “office” in a corner of her apartment.

    but as a guess, I suppose the ’empowerment’ bullshit has taken hold.

    That stuff took hold in the 80’s. The grip has only tightened since then.

    • Agree: Alan Mercer, Kylie
    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @anon

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them. And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution, but the media elites love to push this stuff on us regardless. I think Harvey Weinstein taught us all conclusively that Hollywood directors are pushing filth on us because they themselves are particularly filthy. Sex and the City (which was unbelievably low-brow, as I gleaned from watching one episode) wasn't something we all wanted, it was what the pervs in entertainment wanted.

    Surprise! Darren Star, the creator of SatC is a Jewish homosexual; I just looked it up. Also, the writer for the show, Michael Patrick King is a Greenwich homosexual. Oh what splendid men we have concocting our cultural entertainment

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Anonymous, @anon

  66. “Just as every cop is a criminal, and all the sinners Saints…” – The Rolling Stones, Sympathy for the Devil, 1968

    Wasn’t a big part of the “radical chic” of the late 60s and early 70s a movement to coddle and release prisoners? (See Attica prison riots)

    Nothing new under the sun I guess.

    • Agree: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Patrick in SC

    Wasn’t a big part of the “radical chic” of the late 60s and early 70s a movement to coddle and release prisoners?

    From Eric Andersen's folk song "Thirsty Boots (1965), covered by Judy Collins, John Denver, and others.


    Then tell me of the ones you saw
    As far as you could see
    Across the plains from field to town
    A-marchin' to be free
    And of the rusted prison gates that tumble by degree
    Like laughing children one by one
    They look like you and me

     

    Replies: @Kronos

  67. @Anonymous
    Believe it or not, the hard Marxist left, these days, plans to 'decriminalize' prostitution - although their position on poncing and pimping remains unclear.

    A complete 180 degree turnaround from the old hatchet faced feminazi stand the lefties used to take. I don't know the reason for this revolution of lewdness, but as a guess, I suppose the 'empowerment' bullshit has taken hold.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @znon

    They want the Swedish situation, where it’s legal for women to sell sex but illegal for men to buy it.

  68. anonymous[251] • Disclaimer says:

    I ‘ve lived 2/3 of my life in urban areas when criminal anarchy is only a few blocks away. You learn to deal with it an understand and arrest, prosecution and punishment simply doesn’t happen to quality of life crimes like public pooping, pissing, masterbation, the worst forms of littering, garbage dumping.

    One must defend one’s vehicles, person and place of residence.

    That’s life.

    As for these Soros funded DAs lin LA or our worst ever BLM one here in Chicago Kim Foxx – I think the dissident Right/Alternative Right/Honest Crime reporters etc should now start to move beyond just complaining about the situation. Action needs to be taken. Just look at some of the very affection action Lib Leftists take to annoy, punish their enemies “us”.

    Why has no Conservative ever done anything to George Soros personally? How come he gets to sleep soundly every night. George Soros couldn’t do that in Victor Orban’s Hungary – why does the real flesh and blood evil Star War’s Emperor George Soros get to wine and dine, live, sleep in safety and luxury here in the USA – how about these new Soros funded DAs in LA, San Diego, San Francisco. Where do they live, hang out?

    I’m sure we could get some patriotic restaurant owners in LA to agree to boycott them, not serve them.

    What is needed here is called:

    Doxing

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @anonymous

    Just look at how the EU - thank goodness for Brexit - is going after Viktor Orban, and attempting to destroy him personally. Note how the nasty little bullies who run the EU are too cowardly to go after Turkey's Erdogan - he'll dump a million wogs on the EU in a heartbeat if those pricks dare to squeak - but like all true bullies get sadistic pleasure from tearing into a smaller weaker nation.

    Orban's crime? - He offended Soros.

    If that doesn't wake you up to the truth about the EU, nothing will.

  69. @unit472
    I understand there is prosecutorial discretion but I can't imagine it goes so far as to effectively REPEAL laws enacted by the state legislature.

    Replies: @Polynikes, @gent, @J.Ross, @Hibernian

    Trump was ordered by at least one judge to honor Obama’s DACA stay out of jail free cards; and I think he was recently ordered to issue new ones, or at least renew old ones, which Biden will soon do anyways.

  70. @Freddie hhhjj
    If the guys are so stupid why do they keep Winning?

    You guys are ignorant

    whites commit the most crime

    Replies: @Wilkey, @Hibernian

    Tiny Duck apparently has a bunch of sock puppets. Isn’t this against the rules of the site?

    • Replies: @Charon
    @Hibernian

    As with "real" crime, if TPTB didn't want it, it wouldn't be tolerated.

  71. DWU (unlicensed).

    Really.

    Government certifications, be they school teacher credentials, drivers licenses, election results, what have you, are crap.

    [MORE]

    Government licenses (“privileges”) have nothing to do with ensuring public safety, or whatever baloney reason we’re told.

    Among the many nefarious, true reasons why they exist, is so that the government can coerce individuals to do things that they might otherwise object to, e.g. recommending face masks and vaccinations, by threatening to lift their licenses (i.e. take away their livelihoods).

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Abolish_public_education

    Well, it is useful to require everyone to have a driver license without which it is illegal to drive.

    When an illegal alien gets pulled over, you have him for the driving without a license and can add on to the prison sentence that he should serve before being deported and permanently barred from reentry.

    We also have millions of legal temp residents and legal permanent residents who don’t understand much English (absurdly). They shouldn’t be allowed to drive, and they can be denied driver licenses.

  72. @Wilkey
    George Gascon’s family fled Cuba after the Communists took over. Please no one again ever pretend the people fleeing shithole socialist countries are “natural conservatives.” Because a lot of the time they aren’t. Sometimes, in fact, their countries were turned into shitholes by the people who are now fleeing them.

    Replies: @Thea, @Hibernian, @ATBOTL

    It’s my understanding that the Communists have sent loyal Communist agents to countries where exiles went, to infiltrate and spy on exile political movements. The Soviets after 1917, and Castro after 1959/60, did this. Also, a fair number of exiles were socialists or at least liberals who left after they found out that the Revo has “gone wrong.” Some, maybe most, turned to the right because of that experience, but some were of the opinion that the Revo “just hadn’t been done right.” (Sound familiar?) Also don’t discount children rebelling against their parents. And the exiles who had been criminals in Cuba.

    • Replies: @Alan Mercer
    @Hibernian


    don’t discount children rebelling against their parents
     
    Children of the most conservative examples from communist cesspools averaging more commie than either parent = regression to the political mean?

    There's some nurture in underexposure to the horrors of home.

  73. @newrouter
    If you dress up like Antifa and start attacking these politicians homes and offices, what exactly are the police to do?

    Replies: @Alan Mercer, @Thoughts

    Arrest, unmask, charge. Declare the perps to be white supremacists posing as Valiant Protestors in an effort to start a race war.

  74. @Hibernian
    @Wilkey

    It's my understanding that the Communists have sent loyal Communist agents to countries where exiles went, to infiltrate and spy on exile political movements. The Soviets after 1917, and Castro after 1959/60, did this. Also, a fair number of exiles were socialists or at least liberals who left after they found out that the Revo has "gone wrong." Some, maybe most, turned to the right because of that experience, but some were of the opinion that the Revo "just hadn't been done right." (Sound familiar?) Also don't discount children rebelling against their parents. And the exiles who had been criminals in Cuba.

    Replies: @Alan Mercer

    don’t discount children rebelling against their parents

    Children of the most conservative examples from communist cesspools averaging more commie than either parent = regression to the political mean?

    There’s some nurture in underexposure to the horrors of home.

  75. @anon
    @Anonymous

    Believe it or not, the hard Marxist left, these days, plans to ‘decriminalize’ prostitution – although their position on poncing and pimping remains unclear.

    Probably they want something like the Swedish policy put in place: prostitution from the streetwalking level on up to be decriminalized, but soliciting a prostitute to remain a crime. That means hookers standing around in a park cannot be arrested or told to move on, but men who approach them can be arrested & perhaps their car impounded. Probably Rosie could femme-splain the rationalization with terms like "desperate women who need to feed their child" and "despicable men who betray their women", etc.

    A complete 180 degree turnaround from the old hatchet faced feminazi stand the lefties used to take.

    3rd wave feminism has been 'sex positive' since the late 1990's. It's a point of disagreement between the younger ones and the old ladies in Hillary Clinton pantsuits. Partly just hormones, partly cultural shift.

    I don’t know the reason for this revolution of lewdness,

    You've probably never watched an entire episode of "Sex and the City", then.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sex_and_the_City

    It was a late 90's early 00's show. Six years of femmepowerment fables including "slutty girls who spend their Sundays gossiping over mimosas but who then land a great guy just before turning 30". Remember, moving pictures are a form of hypnotism? SatC literally brainwashed a cohort of late GenX / millennial girls. The 22 year old college graduate of 2000 is now a 42 year old occupying an office cube...or, these days, an "office" in a corner of her apartment.

    but as a guess, I suppose the ’empowerment’ bullshit has taken hold.

    That stuff took hold in the 80's. The grip has only tightened since then.

    Replies: @stillCARealist

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them. And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution, but the media elites love to push this stuff on us regardless. I think Harvey Weinstein taught us all conclusively that Hollywood directors are pushing filth on us because they themselves are particularly filthy. Sex and the City (which was unbelievably low-brow, as I gleaned from watching one episode) wasn’t something we all wanted, it was what the pervs in entertainment wanted.

    Surprise! Darren Star, the creator of SatC is a Jewish homosexual; I just looked it up. Also, the writer for the show, Michael Patrick King is a Greenwich homosexual. Oh what splendid men we have concocting our cultural entertainment

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @stillCARealist

    Wow, I also just looked up Friends, and the creators of that were both Jewish, and the guy is also a homosexual (David Crane). Dang, are there any straight Gentiles making it in Hollywood at all?

    I don't generally approve of anti-Jewish comments, but I do wonder about the conspiracy ideas of those who claim that hating Christian morals is a primary driver of left-wing Jews. Some one help me out here!

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    , @Anonymous
    @stillCARealist

    Yeah, basically the creator of SatC was writing about his male homosexual friends but gender-switched them for TV.

    , @anon
    @stillCARealist

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them.

    Maybe. Or maybe you're too old to remember what it's like to be 24 and living in a new city.

    And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Boomers were not the target market. GenX and Millennials were. Nothing personal. Just fact.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution,

    Lol. A friend of mine works in the health center at the local uni. In the first week of classes back in August they had multiple requests for STD tests and prescriptions for Plan B. During a lockdown, when students were required to avoid groups of 5, maintain 2 meter distance, do most classes on line. Just last month right before Thanksgiving there was another run.

    To quote from Jurassic: "Life finds a way".

    So...which person is older, you or Joe Biden?

    Replies: @John Johnson

  76. @stillCARealist
    @anon

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them. And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution, but the media elites love to push this stuff on us regardless. I think Harvey Weinstein taught us all conclusively that Hollywood directors are pushing filth on us because they themselves are particularly filthy. Sex and the City (which was unbelievably low-brow, as I gleaned from watching one episode) wasn't something we all wanted, it was what the pervs in entertainment wanted.

    Surprise! Darren Star, the creator of SatC is a Jewish homosexual; I just looked it up. Also, the writer for the show, Michael Patrick King is a Greenwich homosexual. Oh what splendid men we have concocting our cultural entertainment

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Anonymous, @anon

    Wow, I also just looked up Friends, and the creators of that were both Jewish, and the guy is also a homosexual (David Crane). Dang, are there any straight Gentiles making it in Hollywood at all?

    I don’t generally approve of anti-Jewish comments, but I do wonder about the conspiracy ideas of those who claim that hating Christian morals is a primary driver of left-wing Jews. Some one help me out here!

    • Replies: @Colin Wright
    @stillCARealist

    '...I don’t generally approve of anti-Jewish comments, but I do wonder about the conspiracy ideas of those who claim that hating Christian morals is a primary driver of left-wing Jews. Some one help me out here!'

    I'd say it's not a consciously or overtly articulated attitude -- but it is a shared if tacit opinion as to what would be in good taste.

  77. Wonder if there will be a flight to the neighboring Orange and Ventura counties. I would certainly consider that.

  78. @Ragno
    @Greg bngjgjjg


    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans
     
    I certainly care more about dogs than I do Soros-funded "law enforcement", not to mention the people voting for them. People love dogs. If you were a human, you'd understand this.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @MollyA

    You are responding to a humor troll who uses multiple pseudonyms, including his original Tiny Duck one. Notice the misspellings and malapropisms; his shtick is to make fun of SJWs by writing parodies of their beliefs, and make them sound even stupider by throwing in the illiterate looking goofs in case you didn’t get the joke.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Alfa158


    You are responding to a humor troll who uses multiple pseudonyms, including his original Tiny Duck one.
     
    Tiny Duck ticket! TikTok in tuk-tuk! Tut-tut! Tsk tsk!

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CkhLiWzXAAEx0HX.jpg

  79. This approach would be quite reasonable for a city that did not have a major problem with the exact types of “quality-of-life” crimes that make up the bulk of the list. Even for LA, I don’t think this approach is completely insane given that one can make a good-faith argument that it’s not worth wasting prosecutorial resources on such minor crimes.

    The glaring exception however is resisting arrest. Resisting arrest put officers at risk, puts arrestees at risk, and directly undermines the ability of police to do their job.

    Also, I get the sense that the prosecutors already were not prosecuting the most of these crimes.

  80. The “exceptions” will be White perps.

    I know NAXALT is a fallacy etc. but given the election results (these DA results, and Trump’s minority votes vs. Biden’s White support) it seems clear that “White nationalism” is a clever Jewish trick to oust sensible minority officeholders — tough prosecutors like this lady and Kamala before her — and replace them with old White men with pockets full of Soros money committed to Operation Chaos.

    We would be better off electing “anti-semites” like the NOI than “muh fellow Whites” like Trump’s cabinet of doughy old white guys or (of course Biden’s as well)

  81. @unit472
    @Polynikes

    There is a thing called a writ of mandamus where a higher court can order a lower court to cease abusing its discretion and to enforce a law. I'd be surprised if a state legislature could not also go to court and get a judge to order a DA to enforce the law. I'm not saying the California legislature would do that but county DA's are not immune so some city in LA county might.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

    ” I’d be surprised if a state legislature could not also go to court and get a judge to order a DA to enforce the law. ”

    And the DA would tell the judge to shove his writ up his racist ass. You’re missing the point. None of these “rules” matter; all is trumped by racism. You can do anything you want if it is seen as antiracist (BLM riots, looting, trespassing, etc.) and anything done by Whites is ipso facto illegal as being presumptively racist.

    Due process means as much for Whites today as it did for Jews in WWII Poland.

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Peter D. Bredon

    It's called "revolution within the form" (Garet Garrett on the New Deal).

    Nothing changes, but everything changes.

    You can pass or enforce all the laws you want, but "we all know" who they apply to.

    They will treat you the way they think bleks were treated in the Old South:

    "Wah, listen to this White boy talk about his rahts! Ha ha ha! We'll show him his rahts; git that rope, boys!"

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

  82. @Peter D. Bredon
    @unit472

    " I’d be surprised if a state legislature could not also go to court and get a judge to order a DA to enforce the law. "

    And the DA would tell the judge to shove his writ up his racist ass. You're missing the point. None of these "rules" matter; all is trumped by racism. You can do anything you want if it is seen as antiracist (BLM riots, looting, trespassing, etc.) and anything done by Whites is ipso facto illegal as being presumptively racist.

    Due process means as much for Whites today as it did for Jews in WWII Poland.

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

    It’s called “revolution within the form” (Garet Garrett on the New Deal).

    Nothing changes, but everything changes.

    You can pass or enforce all the laws you want, but “we all know” who they apply to.

    They will treat you the way they think bleks were treated in the Old South:

    “Wah, listen to this White boy talk about his rahts! Ha ha ha! We’ll show him his rahts; git that rope, boys!”

    • Replies: @Peter D. Bredon
    @Peter D. Bredon

    The Firesign Theater predicted this long ago:

    A former slave returns to his old plantation after Lee's surrender:

    "Don't worry chile. It's a new woild. Ain't nobody gwine haf to be a slave all de time no more. Now, we gwine TAKE TOINS... AND GUESS WHO'S TOIN IT IS NOW! (SOUNDS OF GUFFAWS AND SHREIKS OF THE SOUTHERN BELLES).

    === Everything You Know is Wrong https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everything_You_Know_Is_Wrong

  83. @Anonymous
    Believe it or not, the hard Marxist left, these days, plans to 'decriminalize' prostitution - although their position on poncing and pimping remains unclear.

    A complete 180 degree turnaround from the old hatchet faced feminazi stand the lefties used to take. I don't know the reason for this revolution of lewdness, but as a guess, I suppose the 'empowerment' bullshit has taken hold.

    Replies: @anon, @Anonymous, @znon

    does “poncing” equal toilet trading? and is Gascon ok with it?

  84. @Marty
    Any dog lovers here? Today in SF, I called 911 on a SJW who was walking her husky, which was painted or dyed entirely green. Woman who took the call was unimpressed: “does it appear to be in any distress?”

    Replies: @Greg bngjgjjg, @jamie b., @Cato, @Adam Smith

    It’s far worse to intentionally breed animals for deformity, as is the case for toy dog breeds (though huskies are fine). Which is then made worse by the instinct of (some) humans to coddle these mutants. Detrimental to both species.

  85. @Greg bngjgjjg
    @Marty

    Why are you wasting police time and resources?

    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans

    On topic:

    tbh, aside from trespassing and distrurbing the peace, I'm ok with this.

    This is so prisons dont become hotbeds for COVD

    Smart move actuallty

    Replies: @Ragno, @Kylie

    “I swear white people care more about dogs than humans”

    I certainly do and the stupidity of you and your ilk is one reason why.

    • Agree: Charon
  86. @Jim Bob Lassiter
    Prostitution OK, going out for some Coronas and burritos will get you booked for Covid 19 lockdown violations. Makes perfect sense to me.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @Anonymous

    We love our whores !

    – SJW who doesnt read the narrative guides thoroughly

  87. @Ragno
    @Greg bngjgjjg


    I swear white people care more about dogs than humans
     
    I certainly care more about dogs than I do Soros-funded "law enforcement", not to mention the people voting for them. People love dogs. If you were a human, you'd understand this.

    Replies: @Alfa158, @MollyA

    Animals (at least most domestic animals) are more innocent and more helpless. So yeah, I confess to caring more about them than you think I should. Would probably be the case even were I a poc.

    • Replies: @Charon
    @MollyA

    The POCs on television and in online ads certainly care about animals. IRL, I've yet to see it.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @RadicalCenter

  88. @Peter D. Bredon
    @Peter D. Bredon

    It's called "revolution within the form" (Garet Garrett on the New Deal).

    Nothing changes, but everything changes.

    You can pass or enforce all the laws you want, but "we all know" who they apply to.

    They will treat you the way they think bleks were treated in the Old South:

    "Wah, listen to this White boy talk about his rahts! Ha ha ha! We'll show him his rahts; git that rope, boys!"

    Replies: @Peter D. Bredon

    The Firesign Theater predicted this long ago:

    A former slave returns to his old plantation after Lee’s surrender:

    “Don’t worry chile. It’s a new woild. Ain’t nobody gwine haf to be a slave all de time no more. Now, we gwine TAKE TOINS… AND GUESS WHO’S TOIN IT IS NOW! (SOUNDS OF GUFFAWS AND SHREIKS OF THE SOUTHERN BELLES).

    === Everything You Know is Wrong https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Everything_You_Know_Is_Wrong

  89. I’ll ask once again. Why does Soros do this? He’s not a communist, he’s not a Zionist; his super-liberalism is illiberal. Anarcho-oligarchy? Destruction of states, rule by oligarchs through international government? That’s Dr. Evil insane.

    Why is there is no serious news reporting on Soros, no serious studies, books? Why can’t he be mentioned on Fox News? Buying DAs, Attorneys General, and Secretaries of State is manifestly subversive. Why has the right establishment done nothing to stop or counter this purchase of local officials intended to spread disorder and chaos? Shouldn’t the most unimaginative country-club republicans in a city pony up money to keep their properties safe?

    The Soros phenomenon is baffling all around. The most popular theory on Unz is knee-jerk and, to put it politely, incorrect.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @New Dealer

    Purely and simply, it is this:

    Soros *HATES* and *DESPISES* anyone of white Europe ethnicity and wishes to see them all extirpated from this earth.

    Hint:
    Consider Soros's age, nation of birth, Admiral Horthy, the 'Arrow Cross' etc. To him, the end game is still playing out.
    Consider that unspeakably stupid and evil prick known as 'Philippe Le Grain' whom he sponsors lavishly to write shit - eagerly gobbled up by the political trash who run the west.

    Replies: @New Dealer

  90. @stillCARealist
    @anon

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them. And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution, but the media elites love to push this stuff on us regardless. I think Harvey Weinstein taught us all conclusively that Hollywood directors are pushing filth on us because they themselves are particularly filthy. Sex and the City (which was unbelievably low-brow, as I gleaned from watching one episode) wasn't something we all wanted, it was what the pervs in entertainment wanted.

    Surprise! Darren Star, the creator of SatC is a Jewish homosexual; I just looked it up. Also, the writer for the show, Michael Patrick King is a Greenwich homosexual. Oh what splendid men we have concocting our cultural entertainment

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Anonymous, @anon

    Yeah, basically the creator of SatC was writing about his male homosexual friends but gender-switched them for TV.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  91. @mmack
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    I figure dropping Driving Without a License charges is a sop to LA’s ¡Vibrant! community.

    Now for REAL fun, that particular community has a tendency of:
    - Driving without valid registration
    - Driving without insurance
    - Driving while intoxicated 🥴

    Heck, back in Silly-nois a cop could hit the quadfecta and pull over a ¡Vibrant! driver and charge him with all four violations, which did happen. Usually the charge was DUI and no valid license/registration.

    So remains to be seen if those other crimes fall by the wayside too.

    Were I an insurance company I’d be none too thrilled if my insured got t-boned by someone without a license and they weren’t charged.

    Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @Drew, @International Jew

    I had to spend a day in driving school, after getting pulled over for speeding. All my classmates were Mexicans or Central Americans. To break the ice, the teacher asked each of us in turn to say what we were in for. Every last one of my classmates was there for driving without a valid license. (Sometimes it was that and something else.)

    • Replies: @Marty
    @International Jew

    I was in driving school in SF in 1990 with 15 Asians and another white guy, a freckled redhead about 20. The instructor asked everyone for their driving pet-peeve, and the redhead said, “Chinese drivers - they can’t do anything right.” And the response was, “aw ....”

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  92. anon[261] • Disclaimer says:
    @stillCARealist
    @anon

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them. And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution, but the media elites love to push this stuff on us regardless. I think Harvey Weinstein taught us all conclusively that Hollywood directors are pushing filth on us because they themselves are particularly filthy. Sex and the City (which was unbelievably low-brow, as I gleaned from watching one episode) wasn't something we all wanted, it was what the pervs in entertainment wanted.

    Surprise! Darren Star, the creator of SatC is a Jewish homosexual; I just looked it up. Also, the writer for the show, Michael Patrick King is a Greenwich homosexual. Oh what splendid men we have concocting our cultural entertainment

    Replies: @stillCARealist, @Anonymous, @anon

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them.

    Maybe. Or maybe you’re too old to remember what it’s like to be 24 and living in a new city.

    And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Boomers were not the target market. GenX and Millennials were. Nothing personal. Just fact.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution,

    Lol. A friend of mine works in the health center at the local uni. In the first week of classes back in August they had multiple requests for STD tests and prescriptions for Plan B. During a lockdown, when students were required to avoid groups of 5, maintain 2 meter distance, do most classes on line. Just last month right before Thanksgiving there was another run.

    To quote from Jurassic: “Life finds a way”.

    So…which person is older, you or Joe Biden?

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @anon

    Maybe. Or maybe you’re too old to remember what it’s like to be 24 and living in a new city.

    Oh do tell which city resembles that stupid show where no one has to work or ride public transportation with street criminals.

    Friends and Sex in the city were created for suburban Whites that never left the burbs. It's pop Hollywood trash. Friends is low denominator comedy that sells an urban fantasy that doesn't exist. It's a fantasy extension of high school. Even trust funders in the city can't be that clueless.

    Sex was more of a soap opera for women and most know it isn't real. No one that has spent time around women believes they are actually suppressed gay men underneath and would take anonymous sex over a potential long term relationship.

    But the worst one by far is big bang theory. The entire show is just a trick to make people think they are smart for laughing at some nerd talk really fast. The people that watch it can't explain the jokes or why it is funny. They just laugh when the laugh track tells them to.

  93. @Anon
    I doubt Trump was the only victim of Dominion's altered votes.

    Steve, why the heck are you still in L.A.?

    Replies: @Bill Jones, @vhrm

    Steve, why the heck are you still in L.A.?

    Heh, he covered that on his interview.

    Iirc it was the weather and because that’s where he’s from so he returned there after ~20 years elsewhere. (Chicago?)

  94. @newrouter
    If you dress up like Antifa and start attacking these politicians homes and offices, what exactly are the police to do?

    Replies: @Alan Mercer, @Thoughts

    Remember when the kid spray painted a synagogue and all the other leftists said it was a synagogue and the kid had a complete nervous/mental breakdown

    He was crying and apologizing and freaking out as if his life was over.

  95. Anonymous[350] • Disclaimer says:
    @anonymous
    I 've lived 2/3 of my life in urban areas when criminal anarchy is only a few blocks away. You learn to deal with it an understand and arrest, prosecution and punishment simply doesn't happen to quality of life crimes like public pooping, pissing, masterbation, the worst forms of littering, garbage dumping.

    One must defend one's vehicles, person and place of residence.

    That's life.

    As for these Soros funded DAs lin LA or our worst ever BLM one here in Chicago Kim Foxx - I think the dissident Right/Alternative Right/Honest Crime reporters etc should now start to move beyond just complaining about the situation. Action needs to be taken. Just look at some of the very affection action Lib Leftists take to annoy, punish their enemies "us".

    Why has no Conservative ever done anything to George Soros personally? How come he gets to sleep soundly every night. George Soros couldn't do that in Victor Orban's Hungary - why does the real flesh and blood evil Star War's Emperor George Soros get to wine and dine, live, sleep in safety and luxury here in the USA - how about these new Soros funded DAs in LA, San Diego, San Francisco. Where do they live, hang out?

    I'm sure we could get some patriotic restaurant owners in LA to agree to boycott them, not serve them.

    What is needed here is called:

    Doxing

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Just look at how the EU – thank goodness for Brexit – is going after Viktor Orban, and attempting to destroy him personally. Note how the nasty little bullies who run the EU are too cowardly to go after Turkey’s Erdogan – he’ll dump a million wogs on the EU in a heartbeat if those pricks dare to squeak – but like all true bullies get sadistic pleasure from tearing into a smaller weaker nation.

    Orban’s crime? – He offended Soros.

    If that doesn’t wake you up to the truth about the EU, nothing will.

    • Agree: AnotherDad
  96. Anonymous[350] • Disclaimer says:
    @New Dealer
    I’ll ask once again. Why does Soros do this? He’s not a communist, he’s not a Zionist; his super-liberalism is illiberal. Anarcho-oligarchy? Destruction of states, rule by oligarchs through international government? That’s Dr. Evil insane.

    Why is there is no serious news reporting on Soros, no serious studies, books? Why can’t he be mentioned on Fox News? Buying DAs, Attorneys General, and Secretaries of State is manifestly subversive. Why has the right establishment done nothing to stop or counter this purchase of local officials intended to spread disorder and chaos? Shouldn’t the most unimaginative country-club republicans in a city pony up money to keep their properties safe?

    The Soros phenomenon is baffling all around. The most popular theory on Unz is knee-jerk and, to put it politely, incorrect.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Purely and simply, it is this:

    Soros *HATES* and *DESPISES* anyone of white Europe ethnicity and wishes to see them all extirpated from this earth.

    Hint:
    Consider Soros’s age, nation of birth, Admiral Horthy, the ‘Arrow Cross’ etc. To him, the end game is still playing out.
    Consider that unspeakably stupid and evil prick known as ‘Philippe Le Grain’ whom he sponsors lavishly to write shit – eagerly gobbled up by the political trash who run the west.

    • Replies: @New Dealer
    @Anonymous

    Thanks, Anonymous-350, that's a better theory than others. That Soros is the most virulent racist in the world, with genocidal hatred of European peoples.

    However, he is just as eager to destroy India nationalists:
    https://www.opindia.com/2020/02/george-soros-manipulator-global-order-indian-nexus-concerns-for-india/#:~:text=George%20Soros%2C%20who%20has%20now%20declared%20war%20against,the%20holocaust%20by%20impersonating%20himself%20as%20a%20Christian.

    Myanmar nationalists:
    https://www.beltandroad.news/2020/01/14/alexander-soros-in-myanmar-a-week-before-xis-visit/

    Etc.

    Soros' father was an Esperantist. Maybe it is merely a simple-minded internationalism in the abstract, in his own goofy, crackpot, brutal, and bloody version.

    Also, why is Soros immune from serious public scrutiny? Why does the center and the right fail to stop or counter his subversion of local governance in the U.S.?

    Replies: @fnn

  97. Soon the streets of LA will be covered in human feces just like San Francisco.

  98. @International Jew
    @mmack

    I had to spend a day in driving school, after getting pulled over for speeding. All my classmates were Mexicans or Central Americans. To break the ice, the teacher asked each of us in turn to say what we were in for. Every last one of my classmates was there for driving without a valid license. (Sometimes it was that and something else.)

    Replies: @Marty

    I was in driving school in SF in 1990 with 15 Asians and another white guy, a freckled redhead about 20. The instructor asked everyone for their driving pet-peeve, and the redhead said, “Chinese drivers – they can’t do anything right.” And the response was, “aw ….”

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Marty


    “Chinese drivers – they can’t do anything right.”
     
    This is why they drive on the left in Hong Kong and Macau. And in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta, where only the Chinese can afford cars. Tuk-tuks don't count.

    Do they have signs saying "No TikTok in tuk-tuk!"?


    https://images.smartsign.com/img/plamd/S/no-cameras-bilingual-sign-s-5143-b-cn_pl.png


    https://www.thoughtco.com/thmb/qjT2anGZq4ZsQaX2t0lFf3DfdWw=/768x0/filters:no_upscale():max_bytes(150000):strip_icc():format(webp)/Getty_chinglish-141839253-56afa50c3df78cf772c70ca4.jpg

  99. this stuff is also why marijuana is becoming legal. hard drugs will be next. all part of a general movement to destroy America. various positions on The Drug War notwithstanding, you have to admit this is why it’s happening now. China, Japan, and Korea have no problem fighting ‘the drug war’ forever. most serious countries don’t. it’s what you do.

    democrats don’t want their voters to have to obey any laws or get in trouble for any drugs. but after this stuff is legal, i do wonder what will happen to the ‘plea bargain to a lesser drug charge’ thing these guys always do when they get caught with guns, try to run over officers, then plead it down to marijuana possession. that option will be gone soon.

    as a general rule, something that all Democrat politicians want, is usually the signal that it’s something you don’t want.

    • Agree: Alden
  100. @415 reasons
    In San Francisco we went from George Gascon to Chesa Boudin who is even crazier. Our crime rates are low because the city is rapidly becoming too expensive for poor people to live in at all but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals. It’s interesting to extrapolate these trends 25 years in the future when it will be an Eloi/Morlocks situation where thugs drive 4 hours from the Central Valley or Reno to break into people’s garages or mug old ladies with absolutely no fear of consequences.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden, @Gabe Ruth

    Aren’t people already driving or taking Bart or bus from Oakland Richmond Pittsburgh to SF to commit crimes?

  101. @Altai
    One presumes this operates from the assumption that this will lead to fewer black boys getting records for jumping over a fence for trespass and the 'exceptions' will be cases where there is reasonable suspicion of more serious criminal intent. One hopes, unless they haven't factored this in and the assumption is that there is an epidemic of 'over policing'. It might not be without protections to get the woke plaudits whilst trying to make sure it doesn't get taken advanced of. (It's also possible that the protections are there but the average criminal doesn't realise and we still see a spike in crime anyway.)

    Sadly the compromise of maybe sentence or prison reform alongside increased policing with more stop and frisk seems lost in the political wilderness. The key is to get the violent guys off the streets from ages 18-24 or to make the streets no longer so full of guns for them to wreck havoc with.

    Ironically the very cohorts who got Hilary and Biden the nomination, black church ladies, would likely be the biggest supporters of increased stop and frisk and policing.

    Replies: @Alden, @ANON, @res

    Don’t mean to start a fight but. From professional law enforcement experience, first it’s black males from about 13 to 40 who need to be off the streets.

    The yung uns are getting worse and worse. Remember the 13 year olds who murdered Tessa Major. The yung uns seldom murder but commit many many crimes. Setting fires on subways and buses, swarming stores, targeting Whites older men and women for beatings.

    The baby daddies, sons, brothers fathers (if known) uncles, grandfathers ( if known) cousins of the black church ladies, preachers affirmative action well paid government employees are often criminals.

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison..

    • Agree: Charon, HammerJack
    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Alden

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison.

    It makes sense when you consider that in 2010, the percentage of all Americans with a felony record was 8.11 percent (including three percent who have served time in prison), but for black males the rate was 33 percent (including 15 percent who have been to prison).

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    , @John Up North
    @Alden

    The stat I used to hear was 1/3 of black men are convicted felons. Probably more now.

    Replies: @David In TN

    , @Abolish_public_education
    @Alden

    That phenomenon is sadly true in diverse Oakland.

    I never met Dellums, but one of his kids had been serving a lengthy prison sentence.

    A professional, AA, OAK man once lamented to me about how his 14 year old son had just been sent to juvenile hall for grand theft.

    I used to chat with a working class, elderly, AA gentleman who lived on my OAK block. One day he dropped the news that his son was in state prison.

    I’m acquainted with six other, older, lovely AA from OAK.

    In five of those instances, the kids turned out alright. Thank heavens.

    #6 has a crack-whore daughter, and a grandson (out of above) who was collaterally killed in a drive-by.

    Replies: @Marty

  102. @Buffalo Joe
    @415 reasons

    415, San Francisco had over 30,000 reported car break ins last year. That is reported breaks in, and less than 2% arrest for those crimes. Don't the citizens ever get tired of being unrepresented by their elected representatives? You know, my bad, those aren't crimes anymore.

    Replies: @415 reasons, @Reg Cæsar

    415, San Francisco had over 30,000 reported car break ins last year.

    As Earl Butz could have told you, they were looking for a warm toilet.

  103. @Marty
    @International Jew

    I was in driving school in SF in 1990 with 15 Asians and another white guy, a freckled redhead about 20. The instructor asked everyone for their driving pet-peeve, and the redhead said, “Chinese drivers - they can’t do anything right.” And the response was, “aw ....”

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    “Chinese drivers – they can’t do anything right.”

    This is why they drive on the left in Hong Kong and Macau. And in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta, where only the Chinese can afford cars. Tuk-tuks don’t count.

    Do they have signs saying “No TikTok in tuk-tuk!”?


  104. @Whiskey
    Let's look at what this is about. Money and real estate. Soros has long been suspected as being not as really rich as he says and a CCP front. His mo being to destroy nations via color revolutions and pick up assets cheap flipping them immediately. China is supposedly his main buyer.

    Make US urban real estate cheap by eliminating law enforcement. But up assets and flip them to the real buyer. Who then uses private goons to clear out the criminals.

    Question, after people Escape from LA and Escape from New York, why would they ever return?

    This has Chinese sell poison infant formula all over it.

    Replies: @Neoconned

    Whats China’s MO though? Lebenstraum? Control of American elites?

  105. @Alfa158
    @Ragno

    You are responding to a humor troll who uses multiple pseudonyms, including his original Tiny Duck one. Notice the misspellings and malapropisms; his shtick is to make fun of SJWs by writing parodies of their beliefs, and make them sound even stupider by throwing in the illiterate looking goofs in case you didn’t get the joke.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    You are responding to a humor troll who uses multiple pseudonyms, including his original Tiny Duck one.

    Tiny Duck ticket! TikTok in tuk-tuk! Tut-tut! Tsk tsk!

  106. @Peterike
    @Polynikes

    “ The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors.”

    Notice how the riots have stopped? Why might that be?

    Replies: @Feryl

    Cold weather & Biden “winning”. Remember that the brain-dead Left stopped doing anti-war protests after Obama was elected. It’s not about policy, it’s about getting rid of Republican presidents (no matter how much they might cuck on various issues).

  107. @Change that Matters
    What's Gascon accent? Or does he just sound odd?

    Replies: @Known Fact, @Cortes

    Maybe the Basque’s too tight.

  108. -Trespassing
    -Disturbing the peace

    • Agree: bruce county
  109. @Alden
    @Altai

    Don’t mean to start a fight but. From professional law enforcement experience, first it’s black males from about 13 to 40 who need to be off the streets.

    The yung uns are getting worse and worse. Remember the 13 year olds who murdered Tessa Major. The yung uns seldom murder but commit many many crimes. Setting fires on subways and buses, swarming stores, targeting Whites older men and women for beatings.

    The baby daddies, sons, brothers fathers (if known) uncles, grandfathers ( if known) cousins of the black church ladies, preachers affirmative action well paid government employees are often criminals.

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison..

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @John Up North, @Abolish_public_education

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison.

    It makes sense when you consider that in 2010, the percentage of all Americans with a felony record was 8.11 percent (including three percent who have served time in prison), but for black males the rate was 33 percent (including 15 percent who have been to prison).

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Harry Baldwin

    I can see getting convicted of a misdemeanor and receiving no prison time, but how does someone get convicted of a felony and go straight onto probation with no prison time at all? Why is it a felony in the first place then?

    Perhaps the felons who serve no prison time are primarily non-violent drug felons whose only offense was mere “simple possession”, not distribution or possession with intent to distribute, with no weapons or minors involved, with no prior convictions.

    But it is surprising that any State’s statutes give judges the discretion to impose no prison time at all if the possession still is, after all, a felony in the State. (Yes, I realize that “felony” means any offense that is statutorily punishABLE by more than a year in prison, whether or not the judge actually metes out a prison term longer than a year in the end.)

    Anyone here know whether people are convicted of felonies in their State but then receive no prison time?

  110. @Dan Hayes
    No excuse Los Angelinos for voting in your own self-destruction! Awaiting David Cole’s definitive vituperative comment on this ongoing train track!

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @ANON, @MEH 0910

    Train track? You liked it so much, you even typed it twice.

  111. I would guess most arrests for trespassing are for burglaries and thefts that had yet to be actually committed when the police showed up.

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Colin Wright

    I believe that people rarely get arrested for simple trespassing. For example, if you're walking on someone's property and they confront you and say, "You're trespassing," they're generally fine with you apologizing and leaving. If you refused to leave, they could say, "I'm going to call the police," and when the police came, the police could make you leave.

    The Soros DAs have decided that if someone asks you to get off their property, you can tell them to go pound sand. And there's not a damn thing they can do about it. I suppose you can swim in someone's pool, park a chair on their lawn, use their outdoor grill, whatever. They can't call the police, and even if they did, what would the police do? You're entitled to resist arrest.

    Replies: @Charon

  112. @Wilkey
    @Currahee

    Mexicans are natural conservatives, dontcha know? George W Bush and John McCain and Karl Rove and Billy Kristol and Willard Romney all sez so.

    Replies: @Kronos

    The minute Mexicans ever produced a brown Pat Buchanan (Wetback Pat) they’d have hounded him endlessly in National Review.

  113. @stillCARealist
    @stillCARealist

    Wow, I also just looked up Friends, and the creators of that were both Jewish, and the guy is also a homosexual (David Crane). Dang, are there any straight Gentiles making it in Hollywood at all?

    I don't generally approve of anti-Jewish comments, but I do wonder about the conspiracy ideas of those who claim that hating Christian morals is a primary driver of left-wing Jews. Some one help me out here!

    Replies: @Colin Wright

    ‘…I don’t generally approve of anti-Jewish comments, but I do wonder about the conspiracy ideas of those who claim that hating Christian morals is a primary driver of left-wing Jews. Some one help me out here!’

    I’d say it’s not a consciously or overtly articulated attitude — but it is a shared if tacit opinion as to what would be in good taste.

  114. ANON[129] • Disclaimer says:
    @Altai
    One presumes this operates from the assumption that this will lead to fewer black boys getting records for jumping over a fence for trespass and the 'exceptions' will be cases where there is reasonable suspicion of more serious criminal intent. One hopes, unless they haven't factored this in and the assumption is that there is an epidemic of 'over policing'. It might not be without protections to get the woke plaudits whilst trying to make sure it doesn't get taken advanced of. (It's also possible that the protections are there but the average criminal doesn't realise and we still see a spike in crime anyway.)

    Sadly the compromise of maybe sentence or prison reform alongside increased policing with more stop and frisk seems lost in the political wilderness. The key is to get the violent guys off the streets from ages 18-24 or to make the streets no longer so full of guns for them to wreck havoc with.

    Ironically the very cohorts who got Hilary and Biden the nomination, black church ladies, would likely be the biggest supporters of increased stop and frisk and policing.

    Replies: @Alden, @ANON, @res

    Never assume an intent to compromise, or even basic goodwill, on the part of woke Soros DAs. These are unbalanced individuals with absolutely no concern for the safety of the public. They are ideologues, they are fanatics.

    Their no-bail, no-charge policies have already fed into an epidemic of murder, rape, and robbery in cities all over America, and it doesn’t seem to bother them one bit. If anything, the failure of their ideas only makes them double down harder.

    Many of the criminals released by their policies have gone on to murder innocent people. If they’re indifferent to that, it’s a little much to assume they’d be interested in striking compromises in the name of the public good and rationally weighing the interests of society against those of the criminal.

    These DAs are literally getting people killed to make an ideological statement. They are deranged.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  115. @Patrick in SC
    "Just as every cop is a criminal, and all the sinners Saints..." - The Rolling Stones, Sympathy for the Devil, 1968

    Wasn't a big part of the "radical chic" of the late 60s and early 70s a movement to coddle and release prisoners? (See Attica prison riots)

    Nothing new under the sun I guess.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    Wasn’t a big part of the “radical chic” of the late 60s and early 70s a movement to coddle and release prisoners?

    From Eric Andersen’s folk song “Thirsty Boots (1965), covered by Judy Collins, John Denver, and others.

    Then tell me of the ones you saw
    As far as you could see
    Across the plains from field to town
    A-marchin’ to be free
    And of the rusted prison gates that tumble by degree
    Like laughing children one by one
    They look like you and me

    • Replies: @Kronos
    @Harry Baldwin

    How well did that work out for them?

    https://youtu.be/X0AIlfSCa-4

  116. @Polynikes
    @unit472

    Why not? Clerks don’t have to follow election laws. Police and governors don’t have to follow their constitutions. Prosecutors haven’t been and won’t follow criminal codes (eg see the persecution of Kyle rittenhouse along with the similar deification of his attackers). The only thing that stopped the riots in most cities were federal police and prosecutors. State prosecutors let their allies go scot-free.

    Laws only get you so far. A robust society depends on mutually agreed upon culture and norms. That is gone in America and soon the country will follow.

    Replies: @Peterike, @unit472, @Paul Mendez

    Laws only get you so far. A robust society depends on mutually agreed upon culture and norms.

    In the Old West, the lack of law enforcement (or the corruption of it) was remedied with a tall tree and a short rope. That was the mutually agreed upon culture and norms of the times.

    If the progressive politicians and bureaucrats continue to sanctify crime and vilify decency, they shouldn’t be surprised by the return of vigilantes.

  117. @Alden
    @Altai

    Don’t mean to start a fight but. From professional law enforcement experience, first it’s black males from about 13 to 40 who need to be off the streets.

    The yung uns are getting worse and worse. Remember the 13 year olds who murdered Tessa Major. The yung uns seldom murder but commit many many crimes. Setting fires on subways and buses, swarming stores, targeting Whites older men and women for beatings.

    The baby daddies, sons, brothers fathers (if known) uncles, grandfathers ( if known) cousins of the black church ladies, preachers affirmative action well paid government employees are often criminals.

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison..

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @John Up North, @Abolish_public_education

    The stat I used to hear was 1/3 of black men are convicted felons. Probably more now.

    • Replies: @David In TN
    @John Up North

    That 1/3 of black males are convicted felons was thrown out around the time of O.J. Simpson's acquittal in 1995. The MSM said it meant "black males are victims of the racist justice system."

  118. @Harry Baldwin
    @Patrick in SC

    Wasn’t a big part of the “radical chic” of the late 60s and early 70s a movement to coddle and release prisoners?

    From Eric Andersen's folk song "Thirsty Boots (1965), covered by Judy Collins, John Denver, and others.


    Then tell me of the ones you saw
    As far as you could see
    Across the plains from field to town
    A-marchin' to be free
    And of the rusted prison gates that tumble by degree
    Like laughing children one by one
    They look like you and me

     

    Replies: @Kronos

    How well did that work out for them?

    • Thanks: Harry Baldwin
  119. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @mmack

    Agree with all of your points, but why would your insurance company care if muchachos are charged or not? PS: I live in an entirely different part of the country and they are quite given to this particular 'driving offense'.

    Why is it such a pattern everywhere they are found? We know from our 'betters' that it cannot have a genetic component, and it can't be something cultural because that would be just as racist. So, is it... Wait! I know! It's Toxic White Supremacy, right?

    Replies: @mmack, @Paul Mendez

    Why is it such a pattern everywhere they are found?

    I live in a “common ownership community.” Our immigrant residents from Central America simply cannot wrap their heads around the idea that anyone actually expects them to follow the HOA rules. They acknowledge the rules exist, just don’t abide by them.

    It’s like you or I don’t actually believe the IRS expects us to declare $50 in poker winnings. Or that the police actually expect we’ll never exceed the speed limit.

    They’re worse than the blacks in this respect. Blacks will argue that what the did really wasn’t against the rule, or that they have an excuse, or that the rule is stupid. Hispanic immigrants simply shrug their shoulders, apologize, but then keep doing whatever they were doing.

  120. Ed West:

    Rich and/or very aristocratic south Asians and Gulf Arabs lecturing northern European and American white liberals about their racism and privilege is both one of the funniest, and most maddening, things about the 21st century discourse

  121. @Wilkey
    George Gascon’s family fled Cuba after the Communists took over. Please no one again ever pretend the people fleeing shithole socialist countries are “natural conservatives.” Because a lot of the time they aren’t. Sometimes, in fact, their countries were turned into shitholes by the people who are now fleeing them.

    Replies: @Thea, @Hibernian, @ATBOTL

    George Gascon’s family fled Cuba after the Communists took over. Please no one again ever pretend the people fleeing shithole socialist countries are “natural conservatives.” Because a lot of the time they aren’t. Sometimes, in fact, their countries were turned into shitholes by the people who are now fleeing them

    We have to do more to fight that idea. I notice that on boomer conservatives sites like Breitbart, Free Republic and Powerline, the comments are overwhelmingly in favor of letting in all immigrants from any leftist run country on the specious grounds that “they will never vote for a DemonRat after living under socialism.” They seem to not understand that folks like the founders of the notorious street gang MS-13 and Taliban supporters like the family of Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen were let into America on the pretext that they were fleeing communism.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @ATBOTL

    We have to do more to fight that idea. I notice that on boomer conservatives sites like Breitbart, Free Republic and Powerline, the comments are overwhelmingly in favor of letting in all immigrants from any leftist run country on the specious grounds that “they will never vote for a DemonRat after living under socialism.”

    Regardless the polls show that their children will reliably vote for Democrats. It's not debatable.

    Boomers in general have a hard time with demographic data related to race or immigration.

    They seem to think their fuzzy ideals can override anything.

    I have discussed politics with a lot of groups and boomer conservatives are the worst.

    They are completely scatterbrained when it comes to race. If you bring up uncomfortable points they will go into some story about their Black friend from Vietnam. Very few seem capable of thinking logically about race in terms of its implications. They get really emotional and go into bizarre rants. Then they circle back to "Democrats" being the cause of all racial problems. They at least don't bring up Cosby anymore which I suppose is minimal progress.

  122. @Marty
    Any dog lovers here? Today in SF, I called 911 on a SJW who was walking her husky, which was painted or dyed entirely green. Woman who took the call was unimpressed: “does it appear to be in any distress?”

    Replies: @Greg bngjgjjg, @jamie b., @Cato, @Adam Smith

    Yeah, I would have given the same answer. Maybe a husky with hair dyed green is no worse off than a human with hair dyed green? I’m liberal enough to say that a human who chooses to dye its hair green is within its rights.

  123. @Colin Wright
    I would guess most arrests for trespassing are for burglaries and thefts that had yet to be actually committed when the police showed up.

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    I believe that people rarely get arrested for simple trespassing. For example, if you’re walking on someone’s property and they confront you and say, “You’re trespassing,” they’re generally fine with you apologizing and leaving. If you refused to leave, they could say, “I’m going to call the police,” and when the police came, the police could make you leave.

    The Soros DAs have decided that if someone asks you to get off their property, you can tell them to go pound sand. And there’s not a damn thing they can do about it. I suppose you can swim in someone’s pool, park a chair on their lawn, use their outdoor grill, whatever. They can’t call the police, and even if they did, what would the police do? You’re entitled to resist arrest.

    • Replies: @Charon
    @Harry Baldwin

    It's funny, because when Steve first posited the God-given right for negroes to resist arrest whenever they didn't feel like being arrested, it was meant somewhat as a joke.

    Now it's becoming the law of the land.

  124. @Anonymous
    @New Dealer

    Purely and simply, it is this:

    Soros *HATES* and *DESPISES* anyone of white Europe ethnicity and wishes to see them all extirpated from this earth.

    Hint:
    Consider Soros's age, nation of birth, Admiral Horthy, the 'Arrow Cross' etc. To him, the end game is still playing out.
    Consider that unspeakably stupid and evil prick known as 'Philippe Le Grain' whom he sponsors lavishly to write shit - eagerly gobbled up by the political trash who run the west.

    Replies: @New Dealer

    Thanks, Anonymous-350, that’s a better theory than others. That Soros is the most virulent racist in the world, with genocidal hatred of European peoples.

    However, he is just as eager to destroy India nationalists:
    https://www.opindia.com/2020/02/george-soros-manipulator-global-order-indian-nexus-concerns-for-india/#:~:text=George%20Soros%2C%20who%20has%20now%20declared%20war%20against,the%20holocaust%20by%20impersonating%20himself%20as%20a%20Christian.

    Myanmar nationalists:
    https://www.beltandroad.news/2020/01/14/alexander-soros-in-myanmar-a-week-before-xis-visit/

    Etc.

    Soros’ father was an Esperantist. Maybe it is merely a simple-minded internationalism in the abstract, in his own goofy, crackpot, brutal, and bloody version.

    Also, why is Soros immune from serious public scrutiny? Why does the center and the right fail to stop or counter his subversion of local governance in the U.S.?

    • Replies: @fnn
    @New Dealer

    What chance does Soros have of destroying Indian Nationalism when Hitler is still a popular figure in India? IIRC, Axis collaborator Subhas Chandra Bose is also still popular.

  125. @Alden
    @Altai

    Don’t mean to start a fight but. From professional law enforcement experience, first it’s black males from about 13 to 40 who need to be off the streets.

    The yung uns are getting worse and worse. Remember the 13 year olds who murdered Tessa Major. The yung uns seldom murder but commit many many crimes. Setting fires on subways and buses, swarming stores, targeting Whites older men and women for beatings.

    The baby daddies, sons, brothers fathers (if known) uncles, grandfathers ( if known) cousins of the black church ladies, preachers affirmative action well paid government employees are often criminals.

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison..

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @John Up North, @Abolish_public_education

    That phenomenon is sadly true in diverse Oakland.

    I never met Dellums, but one of his kids had been serving a lengthy prison sentence.

    A professional, AA, OAK man once lamented to me about how his 14 year old son had just been sent to juvenile hall for grand theft.

    I used to chat with a working class, elderly, AA gentleman who lived on my OAK block. One day he dropped the news that his son was in state prison.

    I’m acquainted with six other, older, lovely AA from OAK.

    In five of those instances, the kids turned out alright. Thank heavens.

    #6 has a crack-whore daughter, and a grandson (out of above) who was collaterally killed in a drive-by.

    • Replies: @Marty
    @Abolish_public_education

    I used to know a black guy in Oakland, about 20, who was originally from Brooklyn. He told me that when he was 17 he robbed a bank, “but I got out of it cuz my Mom’s a big professor.”

  126. @Hibernian
    @Freddie hhhjj

    Tiny Duck apparently has a bunch of sock puppets. Isn't this against the rules of the site?

    Replies: @Charon

    As with “real” crime, if TPTB didn’t want it, it wouldn’t be tolerated.

  127. @MollyA
    @Ragno

    Animals (at least most domestic animals) are more innocent and more helpless. So yeah, I confess to caring more about them than you think I should. Would probably be the case even were I a poc.

    Replies: @Charon

    The POCs on television and in online ads certainly care about animals. IRL, I’ve yet to see it.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @Charon

    The POCs on television and in online ads certainly care about animals. IRL, I’ve yet to see it.

    Pitt Rescue is really an organization that rescues pits from Blacks.

    Any trolling liberal moron that thinks this phenomenon doesn't exist can go walk through a Black neighborhood where there are fenced houses.

    You will see the meanest pitts that want nothing more than to get past that fence so they can tear you to pieces.

    Oh but I'm sure they are all pampered and fed a proper grain free diet from Whole Foods.

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Charon

    As TV teaches us, most africans are brilliant doctors, wise judges, and dedicated teachers, when they are not busy being victims of white hate crimes, that is.

    Well, there ARE a few left over to serve as “exotic” vaguely homosexual models for Target and Kohl’s, and some to be photographed glaring and unsmiling on posters urging us to vote or stay six feet apart. So there’s that.

  128. @Bill Jones
    @bomag

    Only if they want to keep their jobs.
    They work for the DA.

    Replies: @David In TN, @bomag

    They work for the DA.

    Okay, but I imagine they still have some duty to the law.

    I’d guess “resisting arrest” would be filed as an assault charge; trespassing as criminal endangerment; etc.; plead down to time served after lingering in the system in the usual way.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @bomag

    I don't think ADAs are going to be subject to a bar ethics complaint for following the crazy rules of the Boss. If one was filed I'm sure it would be quickly thrown out. If their conscience bothers them, they can get another job.

    Eric Holder style dismissal of cases after they've been won, which some of these DAs are beginning to at least promise to do on a large scale, might or might not meet with some resistance from the judge.

  129. @bomag
    @Bill Jones


    They work for the DA.
     
    Okay, but I imagine they still have some duty to the law.

    I'd guess "resisting arrest" would be filed as an assault charge; trespassing as criminal endangerment; etc.; plead down to time served after lingering in the system in the usual way.

    Replies: @Hibernian

    I don’t think ADAs are going to be subject to a bar ethics complaint for following the crazy rules of the Boss. If one was filed I’m sure it would be quickly thrown out. If their conscience bothers them, they can get another job.

    Eric Holder style dismissal of cases after they’ve been won, which some of these DAs are beginning to at least promise to do on a large scale, might or might not meet with some resistance from the judge.

  130. @Marty
    Any dog lovers here? Today in SF, I called 911 on a SJW who was walking her husky, which was painted or dyed entirely green. Woman who took the call was unimpressed: “does it appear to be in any distress?”

    Replies: @Greg bngjgjjg, @jamie b., @Cato, @Adam Smith

    Never call the cops Marty.
    That’s how dogs get shot.

  131. @John Up North
    @Alden

    The stat I used to hear was 1/3 of black men are convicted felons. Probably more now.

    Replies: @David In TN

    That 1/3 of black males are convicted felons was thrown out around the time of O.J. Simpson’s acquittal in 1995. The MSM said it meant “black males are victims of the racist justice system.”

  132. Forgotten Antifa crime from earlier this year:

  133. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    -Driving without license
     
    Does anyone have insurance who doesn't have a license?

    What about murder and torture? The arrests for those show a disparity too.

    Replies: @mmack, @Adam Smith

    “Driving” is regulated occupation for hire. Everyone has a constitutionally protected right to use their automobile on the highways and byways of this once great nation for travel. Free people do not ask for permission to travel. If you have to ask for permission to travel you are a slave.

    [MORE]

    “The use of the highways for the purpose of travel and transportation is not a mere privilege, but a common and fundamental Right of which the public and the individual cannot be rightfully deprived.”

    Chicago Motor Coach vs. Chicago, 169 NE 221;
    Ligare vs. Chicago, 28 NE 934;
    Boon vs. Clark, 214 SSW 607;
    25 Am.Jur. (1st) Highways Sect.163

    “The Right of the Citizen to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, either by horse drawn carriage or by automobile, is not a mere privilege which a city can prohibit or permit at will, but a common Right which he has under the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”

    Thompson vs. Smith, 154 SE 579

    “… For while a Citizen has the Right to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, that Right does not extend to the use of the highways, either in whole or in part, as a place for private gain. For the latter purpose, no person has a vested right to use the highways of the state, but is a privilege or a license which the legislature may grant or withhold at its discretion.”

    State vs. Johnson, 243 P. 1073;
    Cummins vs. Homes, 155 P. 171;
    Packard vs. Banton, 44 S.Ct. 256;
    Hadfield vs. Lundin, 98 Wash 516

    “Heretofore the court has held, and we think correctly, that while a Citizen has the Right to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, that Right does not extend to the use of the highways, either in whole or in part, as a place of business for private gain.”

    Willis vs. Buck, 263 P. l 982;
    Barney vs. Board of Railroad Commissioners, 17 P.2d 82

    “The right of the citizen to travel upon the highway and to transport his property thereon, in the ordinary course of life and business, differs radically and obviously from that of one who makes the highway his place of business for private gain in the running of a stagecoach or omnibus.”

    “It is not contended by any one that the city would have the right to prevent the appellant from riding in his automobile on any street in the city … for the streets were built (sic) for that purpose.”

    Green v San Antonio, 178 SW 6;
    Hadfield-Respondent’s Brief, Pg 32.

    18 U.S. Code § 31. Definitions

    (6) Motor vehicle.—
    The term “motor vehicle” means every description of carriage or other contrivance propelled or drawn by mechanical power and used for commercial purposes on the highways in the transportation of passengers, passengers and property, or property or cargo.

    (10) Used for commercial purposes .— The term “used for commercial purposes” means the carriage of persons or property for any fare, fee, rate, charge or other consideration, or directly or indirectly in connection with any business, or other undertaking intended for profit.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/31

    “Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no rule making or legislation which would abrogate them.”

    Miranda vs. Arizona, 384 US 436, 491

    “The claim and exercise of a constitutional Right cannot be converted into a crime.”

    Miller vs. U.S., 230 F. 486, 489

    “There can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of this exercise of constitutional Rights.”

    Snerer vs. Cullen, 481 F. 946

    “We know of no inherent right in one to use the highways for commercial purposes. The highways are primarily for the use of the public, and in the interest of the public, the state may prohibit or regulate … the use of the highways for gain.”

    Robertson vs. Dept. of Public Works, supra.

    “The word `automobile’ connotes a pleasure vehicle designed for the transportation of persons on highways.”

    American Mutual Liability Ins. Co., vs. Chaput, 60 A.2d 118, 120; 95 NH 200

    “A motor vehicle or automobile for hire is a motor vehicle, other than an automobile, used for the transportation of persons for which remuneration is received.”

    International Motor Transit Co. vs. Seattle, 251 P. 120

    “The term `travel’ and `traveler’ are usually construed in their broad and general sense … so as to include all those who rightfully use the highways viatically (when being reimbursed for expenses) and who have occasion to pass over them for the purpose of business, convenience, or pleasure.”

    25 Am.Jur. (1st) Highways, Sect.427, Pg. 717

    “The automobile is not inherently dangerous.”

    Cohens vs. Meadow, 89 SE 876;
    Blair vs. Broadmore, 93 SE 532

    “With regard particularly to the U.S. Constitution, it is elementary that a Right secured or protected by that document cannot be overthrown or impaired by any state police authority.”

    Connolly vs. Union Sewer Pipe Co., 184 US 540;
    Lafarier vs. Grand Trunk R.R. Co., 24 A. 848;
    O’Neil vs. Providence Amusement Co., 108 A. 887

    “The right to travel is part of the Liberty of which a citizen cannot deprived without due process of law under the Fifth Amendment. This Right was emerging as early as the Magna Carta.”

    Kent vs. Dulles, 357 US 116 (1958)

    “The distinction between the Right of the Citizen to use the public highways for private, rather than commercial purposes is recognized …”

    “Under its power to regulate private uses of our highways, our legislature has required that motor vehicle operators be licensed. Undoubtedly, the primary purpose of this requirement is to insure, as far as possible, that all motor vehicle operators will be competent and qualified, thereby reducing the potential hazard or risk of harm, to which other users of the highways might otherwise be subject. But once having complied with this regulatory provision, by obtaining the required license, a motorist enjoys the privilege of travelling freely upon the highways …”

    Washington A.G.O. 59-60 No. 88, Pg. 11

    “Moreover, a distinction must be observed between the regulation of an activity which may be engaged in as a matter of right and one carried on by government sufferance of permission.”

    Davis vs. Massachusetts, 167 US 43;
    Pachard vs. Banton, supra.

    “Any claim that this statute is a taxing statute would be immediately open to severe Constitutional objections. If it could be said that the state had the power to tax a Right, this would enable the state to destroy Rights guaranteed by the constitution through the use of oppressive taxation. The question herein, is one of the state taxing the Right to travel by the ordinary modes of the day, and whether this is a legislative object of the state taxation.

    The views advanced herein are neither novel nor unsupported by authority. The question of taxing power of the states has been repeatedly considered by the Supreme Court. The Right of the state to impede or embarrass the Constitutional operation of the U.S. Government or the Rights which the Citizen holds under it, has been uniformly denied.”

    McCulloch vs. Maryland, 4 Wheat 316

    “The state cannot diminish Rights of the people.”

    Hurtado vs. California, 110 US 516

    “The courts are not bound by mere form, nor are they to be misled by mere pretenses. They are at liberty — indeed they are under a solemn duty — to look at the substance of things, whenever they enter upon the inquiry whether the legislature has transcended the limits of its authority. If, therefore, a statute purported to have been enacted to protect … the public safety, has no real or substantial relation to those objects or is a palpable invasion of Rights secured by the fundamental law, it is the duty of the courts to so adjudge, and thereby give effect to the Constitution.”

    Mulger vs. Kansas, 123 US 623, 661

    “Complete freedom of the highways is so old and well established a blessing that we have forgotten the days of the Robber Barons and toll roads, and yet, under an act like this, arbitrarily administered, the highways may be completely monopolized, if, through lack of interest, the people submit, then they may look to see the most sacred of their liberties taken from them one by one, by more or less rapid encroachment.”

    Robertson vs. Department of Public Works, 180 Wash 133, 147.

    It is the duty of the courts to be watchful for the Constitutional rights of the citizen and against any stealthy encroachments thereon.”

    Boyd vs. United States, 116 US 616

    “Personal liberty largely consists of the Right of locomotion — to go where and when one pleases — only so far restrained as the Rights of others may make it necessary for the welfare of all other citizens. The Right of the Citizen to travel upon the public highways and to transport his property thereon, by horse drawn carriage, wagon, or automobile, is not a mere privilege which may be permitted or prohibited at will, but the common Right which he has under his Right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Under this Constitutional guarantee one may, therefore, under normal conditions, travel at his inclination along the public highways or in public places, and while conducting himself in an orderly and decent manner, neither interfering with nor disturbing another’s Rights, he will be protected, not only in his person, but in his safe conduct.”

    II Am.Jur. (1st) Constitutional Law, Sect.329, p.1135

  134. @New Dealer
    @Anonymous

    Thanks, Anonymous-350, that's a better theory than others. That Soros is the most virulent racist in the world, with genocidal hatred of European peoples.

    However, he is just as eager to destroy India nationalists:
    https://www.opindia.com/2020/02/george-soros-manipulator-global-order-indian-nexus-concerns-for-india/#:~:text=George%20Soros%2C%20who%20has%20now%20declared%20war%20against,the%20holocaust%20by%20impersonating%20himself%20as%20a%20Christian.

    Myanmar nationalists:
    https://www.beltandroad.news/2020/01/14/alexander-soros-in-myanmar-a-week-before-xis-visit/

    Etc.

    Soros' father was an Esperantist. Maybe it is merely a simple-minded internationalism in the abstract, in his own goofy, crackpot, brutal, and bloody version.

    Also, why is Soros immune from serious public scrutiny? Why does the center and the right fail to stop or counter his subversion of local governance in the U.S.?

    Replies: @fnn

    What chance does Soros have of destroying Indian Nationalism when Hitler is still a popular figure in India? IIRC, Axis collaborator Subhas Chandra Bose is also still popular.

  135. @ATBOTL
    @Wilkey


    George Gascon’s family fled Cuba after the Communists took over. Please no one again ever pretend the people fleeing shithole socialist countries are “natural conservatives.” Because a lot of the time they aren’t. Sometimes, in fact, their countries were turned into shitholes by the people who are now fleeing them
     
    We have to do more to fight that idea. I notice that on boomer conservatives sites like Breitbart, Free Republic and Powerline, the comments are overwhelmingly in favor of letting in all immigrants from any leftist run country on the specious grounds that "they will never vote for a DemonRat after living under socialism." They seem to not understand that folks like the founders of the notorious street gang MS-13 and Taliban supporters like the family of Orlando terrorist Omar Mateen were let into America on the pretext that they were fleeing communism.

    Replies: @John Johnson

    We have to do more to fight that idea. I notice that on boomer conservatives sites like Breitbart, Free Republic and Powerline, the comments are overwhelmingly in favor of letting in all immigrants from any leftist run country on the specious grounds that “they will never vote for a DemonRat after living under socialism.”

    Regardless the polls show that their children will reliably vote for Democrats. It’s not debatable.

    Boomers in general have a hard time with demographic data related to race or immigration.

    They seem to think their fuzzy ideals can override anything.

    I have discussed politics with a lot of groups and boomer conservatives are the worst.

    They are completely scatterbrained when it comes to race. If you bring up uncomfortable points they will go into some story about their Black friend from Vietnam. Very few seem capable of thinking logically about race in terms of its implications. They get really emotional and go into bizarre rants. Then they circle back to “Democrats” being the cause of all racial problems. They at least don’t bring up Cosby anymore which I suppose is minimal progress.

  136. @Charon
    @MollyA

    The POCs on television and in online ads certainly care about animals. IRL, I've yet to see it.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @RadicalCenter

    The POCs on television and in online ads certainly care about animals. IRL, I’ve yet to see it.

    Pitt Rescue is really an organization that rescues pits from Blacks.

    Any trolling liberal moron that thinks this phenomenon doesn’t exist can go walk through a Black neighborhood where there are fenced houses.

    You will see the meanest pitts that want nothing more than to get past that fence so they can tear you to pieces.

    Oh but I’m sure they are all pampered and fed a proper grain free diet from Whole Foods.

  137. @anon
    @stillCARealist

    Those shows, including drek such as Friends, were popular because people were laughing at them.

    Maybe. Or maybe you're too old to remember what it's like to be 24 and living in a new city.

    And I knew several boomers who enjoyed mocking them as well.

    Boomers were not the target market. GenX and Millennials were. Nothing personal. Just fact.

    Regular human beings still understand all the dangers associated with random sex and prostitution,

    Lol. A friend of mine works in the health center at the local uni. In the first week of classes back in August they had multiple requests for STD tests and prescriptions for Plan B. During a lockdown, when students were required to avoid groups of 5, maintain 2 meter distance, do most classes on line. Just last month right before Thanksgiving there was another run.

    To quote from Jurassic: "Life finds a way".

    So...which person is older, you or Joe Biden?

    Replies: @John Johnson

    Maybe. Or maybe you’re too old to remember what it’s like to be 24 and living in a new city.

    Oh do tell which city resembles that stupid show where no one has to work or ride public transportation with street criminals.

    Friends and Sex in the city were created for suburban Whites that never left the burbs. It’s pop Hollywood trash. Friends is low denominator comedy that sells an urban fantasy that doesn’t exist. It’s a fantasy extension of high school. Even trust funders in the city can’t be that clueless.

    Sex was more of a soap opera for women and most know it isn’t real. No one that has spent time around women believes they are actually suppressed gay men underneath and would take anonymous sex over a potential long term relationship.

    But the worst one by far is big bang theory. The entire show is just a trick to make people think they are smart for laughing at some nerd talk really fast. The people that watch it can’t explain the jokes or why it is funny. They just laugh when the laugh track tells them to.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
  138. @415 reasons
    In San Francisco we went from George Gascon to Chesa Boudin who is even crazier. Our crime rates are low because the city is rapidly becoming too expensive for poor people to live in at all but I think the crime that remains is rapidly turning into a specialized job done by a class of commuter-criminals. It’s interesting to extrapolate these trends 25 years in the future when it will be an Eloi/Morlocks situation where thugs drive 4 hours from the Central Valley or Reno to break into people’s garages or mug old ladies with absolutely no fear of consequences.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @Buffalo Joe, @Alden, @Gabe Ruth

    Probably going to see seasonal raiding, like the Saxons in Roman Britain.

  139. @Abolish_public_education
    DWU (unlicensed).

    Really.

    Government certifications, be they school teacher credentials, drivers licenses, election results, what have you, are crap.

    Government licenses (“privileges”) have nothing to do with ensuring public safety, or whatever baloney reason we’re told.

    Among the many nefarious, true reasons why they exist, is so that the government can coerce individuals to do things that they might otherwise object to, e.g. recommending face masks and vaccinations, by threatening to lift their licenses (i.e. take away their livelihoods).

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    Well, it is useful to require everyone to have a driver license without which it is illegal to drive.

    When an illegal alien gets pulled over, you have him for the driving without a license and can add on to the prison sentence that he should serve before being deported and permanently barred from reentry.

    We also have millions of legal temp residents and legal permanent residents who don’t understand much English (absurdly). They shouldn’t be allowed to drive, and they can be denied driver licenses.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
  140. @Harry Baldwin
    @Alden

    It’s amazing how many black women teachers government employees even judges have black relatives in prison.

    It makes sense when you consider that in 2010, the percentage of all Americans with a felony record was 8.11 percent (including three percent who have served time in prison), but for black males the rate was 33 percent (including 15 percent who have been to prison).

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    I can see getting convicted of a misdemeanor and receiving no prison time, but how does someone get convicted of a felony and go straight onto probation with no prison time at all? Why is it a felony in the first place then?

    Perhaps the felons who serve no prison time are primarily non-violent drug felons whose only offense was mere “simple possession”, not distribution or possession with intent to distribute, with no weapons or minors involved, with no prior convictions.

    But it is surprising that any State’s statutes give judges the discretion to impose no prison time at all if the possession still is, after all, a felony in the State. (Yes, I realize that “felony” means any offense that is statutorily punishABLE by more than a year in prison, whether or not the judge actually metes out a prison term longer than a year in the end.)

    Anyone here know whether people are convicted of felonies in their State but then receive no prison time?

  141. @Charon
    @MollyA

    The POCs on television and in online ads certainly care about animals. IRL, I've yet to see it.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @RadicalCenter

    As TV teaches us, most africans are brilliant doctors, wise judges, and dedicated teachers, when they are not busy being victims of white hate crimes, that is.

    Well, there ARE a few left over to serve as “exotic” vaguely homosexual models for Target and Kohl’s, and some to be photographed glaring and unsmiling on posters urging us to vote or stay six feet apart. So there’s that.

  142. @Altai
    One presumes this operates from the assumption that this will lead to fewer black boys getting records for jumping over a fence for trespass and the 'exceptions' will be cases where there is reasonable suspicion of more serious criminal intent. One hopes, unless they haven't factored this in and the assumption is that there is an epidemic of 'over policing'. It might not be without protections to get the woke plaudits whilst trying to make sure it doesn't get taken advanced of. (It's also possible that the protections are there but the average criminal doesn't realise and we still see a spike in crime anyway.)

    Sadly the compromise of maybe sentence or prison reform alongside increased policing with more stop and frisk seems lost in the political wilderness. The key is to get the violent guys off the streets from ages 18-24 or to make the streets no longer so full of guns for them to wreck havoc with.

    Ironically the very cohorts who got Hilary and Biden the nomination, black church ladies, would likely be the biggest supporters of increased stop and frisk and policing.

    Replies: @Alden, @ANON, @res

    One presumes this operates from the assumption that this will lead to fewer black boys getting records for jumping over a fence for trespass and the ‘exceptions’ will be cases where there is reasonable suspicion of more serious criminal intent.

    One would hope. But I think it more likely the “exceptions” will be when a deplorable commits those crimes.

  143. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @Dan Hayes

    Not always a fan of Mr. Cole but he's really been on a roll lately.

    https://www.takimag.com/article/no-recount-needed-china-won/

    https://www.takimag.com/article/california-secedes-from-black-america/

    ETA: Of course, now that I say this, I see his latest screed at Taki's and it's full of fanciful examples of negro jew-baiting which no serious observer will credit. He's still funny but he should probably forego such obvious fabrications.

    Replies: @David Cole

    Hey Mike,

    David Cole here. What exactly do you think I “fabricated” in my column?

    • Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @David Cole

    A sampling. For the record, I don't have so much an issue with fabrications (they are mother's milk to journalists) as with ridiculous, unbelievable fabrications. Because they insult the reader.

    40 Acres and a Mall
    David Cole
    December 08, 2020


    1. "I approached one of the protesters.
    “What’s up?”
    “Man, we tryin’ to get face-to-face with a racis’ Jew gentrifier.”

    2. "(to blacks, Jews are “worse whites”)
    [granted this can be called 'opinion']

    3. "the neighbors who showed up to say, “Fuck off, BLM.”

    4. "Blacks have gotten far too used to dealing with Woody Allen Jews—weakling, neurotic nebbishes of European descent, people who are either Marxist or have Marxists in their family tree

    5. "One local white or Jewish (it’s hard to tell with a COVID mask on) mom brought her way-too-young daughter to march with BLM. She moaned about how “these poor people only want the same community control that we have.” To which one of the Persians snapped back, “You think we have the right to tell someone not to buy here because of their race or religion? If we tried that, we’d be accused of a hate crime and hauled off by the DOJ.”

    6. [for laughs] "I have nothing but fond memories of as a youth attending majority-black L.A. public schools in the early 1980s."

    Now as I said previously, I think your recent posts have been of generally high quality. And i will add that they are usually entertaining reading. But when you recount personal anecdotes it's probably a good idea to be sure they are not absolute howlers.

    Please enjoy the material above. I cannot respond further.

    Replies: @David Cole

  144. @Harry Baldwin
    @Colin Wright

    I believe that people rarely get arrested for simple trespassing. For example, if you're walking on someone's property and they confront you and say, "You're trespassing," they're generally fine with you apologizing and leaving. If you refused to leave, they could say, "I'm going to call the police," and when the police came, the police could make you leave.

    The Soros DAs have decided that if someone asks you to get off their property, you can tell them to go pound sand. And there's not a damn thing they can do about it. I suppose you can swim in someone's pool, park a chair on their lawn, use their outdoor grill, whatever. They can't call the police, and even if they did, what would the police do? You're entitled to resist arrest.

    Replies: @Charon

    It’s funny, because when Steve first posited the God-given right for negroes to resist arrest whenever they didn’t feel like being arrested, it was meant somewhat as a joke.

    Now it’s becoming the law of the land.

  145. @Abolish_public_education
    @Alden

    That phenomenon is sadly true in diverse Oakland.

    I never met Dellums, but one of his kids had been serving a lengthy prison sentence.

    A professional, AA, OAK man once lamented to me about how his 14 year old son had just been sent to juvenile hall for grand theft.

    I used to chat with a working class, elderly, AA gentleman who lived on my OAK block. One day he dropped the news that his son was in state prison.

    I’m acquainted with six other, older, lovely AA from OAK.

    In five of those instances, the kids turned out alright. Thank heavens.

    #6 has a crack-whore daughter, and a grandson (out of above) who was collaterally killed in a drive-by.

    Replies: @Marty

    I used to know a black guy in Oakland, about 20, who was originally from Brooklyn. He told me that when he was 17 he robbed a bank, “but I got out of it cuz my Mom’s a big professor.”

  146. Steve, you need to include the accent mark on Gascón to really nail the sarcasm of calling him “white”. I was fooled until I heard him talk.

  147. @David Cole
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    Hey Mike,

    David Cole here. What exactly do you think I "fabricated" in my column?

    Replies: @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    A sampling. For the record, I don’t have so much an issue with fabrications (they are mother’s milk to journalists) as with ridiculous, unbelievable fabrications. Because they insult the reader.

    [MORE]

    40 Acres and a Mall
    David Cole
    December 08, 2020

    1. “I approached one of the protesters.
    “What’s up?”
    “Man, we tryin’ to get face-to-face with a racis’ Jew gentrifier.”

    2. “(to blacks, Jews are “worse whites”)
    [granted this can be called ‘opinion’]

    3. “the neighbors who showed up to say, “Fuck off, BLM.”

    4. “Blacks have gotten far too used to dealing with Woody Allen Jews—weakling, neurotic nebbishes of European descent, people who are either Marxist or have Marxists in their family tree

    5. “One local white or Jewish (it’s hard to tell with a COVID mask on) mom brought her way-too-young daughter to march with BLM. She moaned about how “these poor people only want the same community control that we have.” To which one of the Persians snapped back, “You think we have the right to tell someone not to buy here because of their race or religion? If we tried that, we’d be accused of a hate crime and hauled off by the DOJ.”

    6. [for laughs] “I have nothing but fond memories of as a youth attending majority-black L.A. public schools in the early 1980s.”

    Now as I said previously, I think your recent posts have been of generally high quality. And i will add that they are usually entertaining reading. But when you recount personal anecdotes it’s probably a good idea to be sure they are not absolute howlers.

    Please enjoy the material above. I cannot respond further.

    • Replies: @David Cole
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    I'm an opinion journalist, moron. Most of what you listed counts as my OPINION. An opinion is not a "fabrication." You seem less than literate, and far less than intelligent. I doubt you even have much of a grasp as to what "opinion" actually means. But it's what I get paid to write. As for the few examples of actual anecdotes you cited, the entire protest is on video, at length, on Youtube. I chose not to link to it as a service to my neighbors (as it shows their houses, which might be recognizable even with the addresses blurred out). But everything I discussed is right there, and a person with any integrity would have sought the video out before making accusations of "fabrications."

    You're at the right website, cretin. Stay with Unz; I'll gladly forego your readership. I write for smart folks.

    Replies: @MEH 0910

  148. @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder
    @David Cole

    A sampling. For the record, I don't have so much an issue with fabrications (they are mother's milk to journalists) as with ridiculous, unbelievable fabrications. Because they insult the reader.

    40 Acres and a Mall
    David Cole
    December 08, 2020


    1. "I approached one of the protesters.
    “What’s up?”
    “Man, we tryin’ to get face-to-face with a racis’ Jew gentrifier.”

    2. "(to blacks, Jews are “worse whites”)
    [granted this can be called 'opinion']

    3. "the neighbors who showed up to say, “Fuck off, BLM.”

    4. "Blacks have gotten far too used to dealing with Woody Allen Jews—weakling, neurotic nebbishes of European descent, people who are either Marxist or have Marxists in their family tree

    5. "One local white or Jewish (it’s hard to tell with a COVID mask on) mom brought her way-too-young daughter to march with BLM. She moaned about how “these poor people only want the same community control that we have.” To which one of the Persians snapped back, “You think we have the right to tell someone not to buy here because of their race or religion? If we tried that, we’d be accused of a hate crime and hauled off by the DOJ.”

    6. [for laughs] "I have nothing but fond memories of as a youth attending majority-black L.A. public schools in the early 1980s."

    Now as I said previously, I think your recent posts have been of generally high quality. And i will add that they are usually entertaining reading. But when you recount personal anecdotes it's probably a good idea to be sure they are not absolute howlers.

    Please enjoy the material above. I cannot respond further.

    Replies: @David Cole

    I’m an opinion journalist, moron. Most of what you listed counts as my OPINION. An opinion is not a “fabrication.” You seem less than literate, and far less than intelligent. I doubt you even have much of a grasp as to what “opinion” actually means. But it’s what I get paid to write. As for the few examples of actual anecdotes you cited, the entire protest is on video, at length, on Youtube. I chose not to link to it as a service to my neighbors (as it shows their houses, which might be recognizable even with the addresses blurred out). But everything I discussed is right there, and a person with any integrity would have sought the video out before making accusations of “fabrications.”

    You’re at the right website, cretin. Stay with Unz; I’ll gladly forego your readership. I write for smart folks.

    • Troll: Charon
    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @David Cole

    David Cole, thank you for your opinion journalism. Keep up the good work.

  149. @Dan Hayes
    No excuse Los Angelinos for voting in your own self-destruction! Awaiting David Cole’s definitive vituperative comment on this ongoing train track!

    Replies: @RadicalCenter, @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder, @ANON, @MEH 0910

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @MEH 0910

    https://twitter.com/DavidColeStein/status/1346266119594655749

  150. @David Cole
    @Mike Pierson, Davenport Rector, Midfielder

    I'm an opinion journalist, moron. Most of what you listed counts as my OPINION. An opinion is not a "fabrication." You seem less than literate, and far less than intelligent. I doubt you even have much of a grasp as to what "opinion" actually means. But it's what I get paid to write. As for the few examples of actual anecdotes you cited, the entire protest is on video, at length, on Youtube. I chose not to link to it as a service to my neighbors (as it shows their houses, which might be recognizable even with the addresses blurred out). But everything I discussed is right there, and a person with any integrity would have sought the video out before making accusations of "fabrications."

    You're at the right website, cretin. Stay with Unz; I'll gladly forego your readership. I write for smart folks.

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    David Cole, thank you for your opinion journalism. Keep up the good work.

  151. @MEH 0910
    @Dan Hayes

    https://twitter.com/DavidColeStein/status/1336082115721527296

    https://twitter.com/DavidColeStein/status/1339225738952622080

    Replies: @MEH 0910

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