Fox News host Shannon Bream asked Sheriff Alex Villanueva to react to recent comments from San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who criticized calls for crackdowns on recent 犯罪 spikes as “knee-jerk reactions,” アンドルー王子は、性的虐待の解決の中で「彼には未来がある」と信じています “スマッシュとグラブ” thefts in カリフォルニア だった “not new.”
“There’s nothing ‘knee-jerk’ about it. それは常識です,” Villanueva said. “This person just does not get it and I’m sorry to hear that. しかし、あなたは何を知っています? He has a responsibility to have – if you want to do reform, that’s great. No one argues about reforming any system of government.
“But when you fly in the face of common sense, the fact that we have in our county, L.A. County … I have a 92 percent increase in [object Window] in two years. 私は持っています 16 percent increase in grand-theft auto. I have a ‘zero bail’ schedule, which means every person I catch with a stolen car gets a ticket, walks out of jail … in fact, they’re out of jail before they’re even done writing the report, the deputies.
“And this person [ブーダン] claims it’s a ‘knee-jerk reaction’ to go back to holding people accountable? I think the old-fashioned ‘having people suffer the consequences for engaging in crime’ means something.
” I think the old-fashioned ‘having people suffer the consequences for engaging in crime’ means something.
“And it’s people … They live in this ‘woke palace’ where they’re not affected by the policies, but the average person IS impacted by them.”
Villanueva claimed that in Los Angeles County there have been more than 12,000 cases in which liberal District Attorney George Gascon has declined to prosecute suspects apprehended by county deputies after alleged crimes.
“So that is disheartening for any cop to think all their work is being undone by a careless and irresponsible district attorney. But they’re not going to stop doing their job. The deputies … keep doing your job, don’t use the excuse of someone else not doing their job to avoid it – and it’s working.
“So we’re making the effort out there. What we need now is, we need responsible district attorneys who are going to file their cases. And if they want to play the role of public defender, they should just quit their job and go over to the public defenders – and everything they say makes perfect sense for a public defender, not a district attorney.”