Blue State Detective Warns It’s Not Safe To Visit, Crime Is Out Of Control

Liberals had a chance to fix this already this year, during the recall election of Governor Newsom. But they chose to keep that dud in office, so now they are stuck with the same leadership that has made crime practically legal in L.A. Criminals are out of control and it is so bad that LAPD Detective Jamie McBride is warning people to stay away. He even went as far as to say it’s like a 24/7 purge.

Jamie McBride is also the director of the Los Angeles Police Protective League. In an appearance on FOX News Monday, McBride told anchors that he’s, “telling people ‘don’t visit because we don’t think we can keep you safe right now,'” comparing Los Angeles to the movie The Purge, “but instead of 24 hours to commit your crime, they have 365 days.”

McBride blamed the crime surge on things like Proposition 47, which changed sentencing guidelines, as well as the state’s zero-bail policy, which he said puts criminals back on the street, “faster than the officers can finish the report.”

Last week, LAPD Chief Michel Moore and LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announced 14 arrests in connection with a series of smash-and-grab robberies spanning late November. All 14 of those people who were taken into custody were later released due to the state’s zero-bail policy.

“In order to fix the problem, McBride suggested starting from the top with California Gov. Gavin Newsom. Newsom though called out local officials last week, saying that shoplifters should be prosecuted, calling the spate of robberies “unacceptable.” The governor has also promised the proposed budget he sends to state lawmakers next month will “significantly increase our efforts to go after these retail rings.”

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Californians are reaping what they sowed here, and this is why people are moving away from the true blue state. Police have a big problem, Californian Dems made stealing a slap on the wrist, so criminals have been encouraged to steal. But Dems somehow don’t understand why this was a bad move.

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