The strange coalition spending big money on the Chesa Boudin recall

Boudin is the subject of two separate recall campaigns, each of them supported by committees backed by "Neighbors for a Better San Francisco," over intense criticism that he is too soft on crime. State and Federal Elections Commission records show...

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Sensitive_Ad_2348
Sensitive_Ad_2348
17 · a year ago · Reddit

don't overthink it... people from all walks of life think public safety in SF sucks, and that it's the DA's responsibility

nativesanfranciscan
nativesanfranciscan
14 · a year ago · Reddit

Nothing strange about it...if you have eyes you KNOW why a recall is necessary.

mimo2
mimo2
6 · a year ago · Reddit

Well apparently another 85 year old Asian woman was stabbed today so to quote Dustin Poirier, "he can lick my whole asshole"

Its literally August

What happened to those amazing cutting edge programs you touted after Mr. Ratanapakdee's death?

checks notes lets see, gender pronouns for prisoners and hiring four Chinese lawyers after two of your day one associates quit

Wow, amazing amazing work

odaso
odaso
6 · a year ago · Reddit

I get it if one wants to release convicted criminals or fight for accused rights there are plenty of good and noble options for that(joining the public defender office, ACLU, innocence project, etc). This nasty trend of infiltrating the DAs office which technically should represent the state on the side of crime victims isn't how the system is designed and breaks our criminal justice system from within. It leave the victims of crime often without an advocate nor recourse as the DA is actively on the side of the accused.

You dont need to be a Trump conservative to not want to worry about your car window smashed or how you might get robbed at a park or be concerned someone who was just arrested and released on zero bail is re-arrested shortly for carjacking or arson.