Laura Ingraham tours San Francisco, talks crime, drug abuse, homelessness in city

Ingraham toured the Tenderloin neighborhood in San Francisco to seethe city’s decline first hand,” 彼女は言いました.

The host met with San Francisco Police Officers Association President Tony Montoya, who argued the rise in violent crime was due to policies from District Attorney Chesa Boudin.

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San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin speaks to reporters before his swearing-in ceremony in San Francisco on Jan. 8, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, ファイル)

San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin speaks to reporters before his swearing-in ceremony in San Francisco on Jan. 8, 2020. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu, ファイル) (AP)

I’d say he’s got the swiftest revolving door in the criminal justice system,” Montoya said. “It’s a small group of people committing these crimes, again and again, and again. And they’re doing so because they realize as long as Chesa Boudin is in office, there are no consequences for their bad behavior.

As they walked, Montoya noted that he saw someone buy crack cocaine about 30 feet from a local police station.

And they do so knowing that for some reason if they were to be caught, there’s gonna be zero consequences for their behavior,’ Montoya said.

If I wanted to buy crack within this three-block area, how hard would it be to get crack?” イングラハムは尋ねた.

Not hard at all,” Montoya responded.

He added that it would take under a minute for people to get their hands on crack, ヘロイン, and fentanyl in the city.

Montoya also discussed how California’s Proposition 47 took crimes like petty theft and classified them as misdemeanors rather than felonies.

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その間, Ingraham spoke with local residents who discussed why they believe problems in the city continue to persist.

A lot of wonderful things are happening … you can get a free meal, you can also get housing. But we need permanent housing for folks down here in the Tenderloin during this coronavirus epidemic,” a resident told the host.

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