Tuesday 1 February 2022

DISGUSTING: Psaki Mocks Deadly Effects Of ‘Soft On Crime’ Policies [VIDEO]

 Violent crime has skyrocketed in Democratic cities across the country as left wing prosecutors and politicians pursue ‘soft on crime’ policies.   In New York, shootings are up 166% and violent crime surged to record highs.  Murders in Philadelphia hit an all-time high in 2021.  Shootings were up 220% in Chicago in 2021, according to the Chicago Sun Times.  The city had its worst violent crime wave in 25 years. Most of the mainstream media has chosen to ignore these issues in favor of promoting Covid hysteria and continuing to scaremonger about January 6th, where only a few people died by comparison.  Psaki chose to laugh at and ridicule one of the few pundits who covers the deadly effects of Democrats soft on crime policies from the comfort of her luxury apartment this weekend.  The Gateway Pundit Reports


“White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on Sunday mocked Fox News anchor Judge Jeanine Pirro for discussing the consequences of soft-on-crime policies.

Democrat-run cities are being destroyed by Soros-backed prosecutors going soft on murderers and thieves.

Psaki mocked people discussing the recent spike in crime due to failed Marxist policies.

“What does that even mean?” Psaki said laughing from her ivory tower.

Parts of California are turning into a 3rd world dump thanks to Governor Gavin Newsom and George Soros-funded District Attorneys.

Organized gangs in California loot freight trains and steal from luxury retailers while prosecutors sit back and do nothing.

The thieves are released from jail within 24 hours of being booked and they’re free to loot again.

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon recently charged a 26-year-old transgender child molester as a juvenile and sentenced him to two years in a juvenile facility.

A young beautiful woman was stabbed to death in a Los Angeles furniture store by a man with a long rap sheet who was recently released on low bail.”

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