San Francisco Elects Radical Son of Two Cop Killing Terrorists as Their New District Attorney

The city of San Francisco has elected a radical progressive by the name of  Chesa Boudin, who is the son of   Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert two terrorist members of the Weather Underground that murdered two police officers and a security guard during the robbery of an armored truck in New Jersey. His father is still in prison and his convict mother is now a professor at Columbia University. When they were sent to prison, Boudin went to live with Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn. Dohrn declared war on the United States and Ayers bombed  the Pentagon, the U.S. Capitol building, and the New York City Police Department . Today, both are college professors.

Boudin has an interesting platform. He wants to let criminals out of prison and close them down but wants to bring charges against police and ICE agents for doing the job they were hired to do. Enforcing laws passed by Congress and the state of California. In a week or so I’m willing to bet we find out he was financed by George Soros. San Francisco is getting exactly what they deserve.

From Townhall

As district attorney, Boudin plans to decriminalize crime and close down jails. He believes the criminal justice system is racist, and he plans to cut back on the time criminals serve under parole supervision, which he thinks is also racist. Boudin also wants to stop prosecuting gang members to the full extent of the law because he thinks that’s racist, too. He thinks everything is racist.

Boudin plans to hand out U-Visas to immigrants like candy. U-Visas were originally meant for immigrants who could aid in the prosecution of crimes, but now they are rampantly misused and Boudin vows to misuse them even more. Boudin thinks every illegal alien is the victim of a crime committed by ICE and President Trump, so every immigrant will get a visa. Boudin also wants to advocate on behalf of anyone in the United States facing deportation, including aliens who murdered cops like his parents did.