On Saturday, San Francisco voters elected the son of two former Weather Underground murderers to serve as their District Attorney. The voters deserve all the hell that is about to break loose.

Progressive candidate Chesa Boudin wants to free criminals but prosecute police and ICE agents for doing their jobs. It’s no surprise Boudin hates cops so much. His parents did, too. Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert were terrorists in the Weather Underground who murdered two police officers and a security guard during a 1981 robbery of a Brinks armored security car outside New York City.

San Francisco Voters Elect Radical District Attorney, Son of Cop-Killing Terrorists

I would have said shit is going to hit the fan, but this is an Francisco Of The Feces so shit is already all over the place.

I figure F.I.D.O. (Fuck it, drive on) will now be the official strategy of the San Francisco Police Department rank and file. I am sure that St. Louis will be more than happy to relinquish the title of most dangerous city in the US, a title they acquired after the Ferguson bullshit & Black Lives Matters.


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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “And you know violent crime is about to go sky high in Frisco”
  1. The frightening thing is the old saying- as califruits&nuts goes, so goes the nation…..
    I steadfastly refuse to join twitter….

  2. Wow, the Wikipedia articles on his parents are pretty illuminating, as is the one on him: after his birth parents went to prison, his adoptive parents were Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

    Also note that they used ’70s-version “woke” when choosing his last name.

  3. The Feds should wait until this guy does something completely illegal and outrageous, then move in and publicly arrest him. Anyone think the SFPD would come to the defense of a DA that hates them to stop the FBI or ICE from taking him into custody?

  4. I’ve lived in the Bay Area several times in my life. Once for about seven years after college, then away for about a decade, and then back for another five a bit further south. It’s not only SF that’s going downhill, the entire peninsula through to San Jose is getting, well, shabby. So is Berkeley. (Oakland was always, well, Oakland.)

    These days I get out to the Menlo Park area (about halfway up the San Francisco peninsula, if you’re not familiar with the area) 2 – 3 times per year on business. Each time the traffic seems worse, average neighborhoods seem a little more run-down, there are more older cars lining the streets, there are a few more weeds in the sidewalks and a little more trash blowing around. It’s like people are slowly stopping caring … or are less able to afford to care.

    In years past I would try to head up into SF for some live theater, concert, or museum visit if I had the time on a trip. These days … no.

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