“Regarding this young lady from UCLA, this graduate student, そしてこれら [Union-Pacific freight] train robberies, they’re all connected,” 長老は言った.
“They can be traced right back to our soft-on-crime DA, ジョージ・ガスコン, [誰] Gavin Newsom supported and George Soros supported.”
“Guess who else supported [ガスコン] — Maxine Waters — and Maxine Waters lives in Hancock Park. This is the upscale area where this young lady was working in a furniture store.”
Elder said Waters’ support for progressive criminal justice policies have arrived in her neighborhood with the murder of Kupfer.
“Maybe now, they will reconsider some of their policies that have imperiled the lives of citizens in L.A. County and in Los Angeles.”
Elder added that once Newsom defeated him in the 2021 recall election, the Democrat passed a “bunch of bills” in this arena.
“One of them was to reduce crime enhancements because he felt that a large number of these bad guys are gang members and they’re Black and Brown people, and therefore they are victims of systemic racism [in the governor’s view],” 彼は言った.
“Never mind that the very victims that they claim that they care about are also disproportionately Black and Brown.”
Host Sean Hannity reported that police named a suspect in the murder, 31-year-old Shawn Laval Smith.
The LAPD warned residents that Smith might be armed and using public transit in southern California. Tips can be directed to the police department’s operations center at 213-484-6700.
Law enforcement is offering up to $ 250,000 in reward money for tips leading to Smith’s capture.