Democratic violent city updates

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JackEd

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But those guys shouldn’t have guns bc they didn’t go through a background check. That’s weird. Illegally owning firearms is illegal, how could this happen?
 

OldSoulon

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Report: San Francisco Facing Mass Exodus Due to Crime, Homelessness​



Tens of thousands of people are fleeing San Francisco, California, due in large part to the city’s problems of increasing crime and homelessness, U.S. Census data and local polling shows. San Francisco County lost 6.7% of its population, or 58,764 residents between April 1, 2020, and July 1, 2021, more than half of the greater Bay Area’s decline of 116,385, according to a March report from the U.S. Census. The greater Bay Area includes San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley. The population decline is part of a national trend that saw 55.5% of 384 metropolitan areas nationally with a declining population during the period. San Francisco, specifically, had the sixth highest numeric decline of residents, according to SFGate.com. San Francisco Business Times reported in March that the city, and greater Bay area, were losing people even before the COVID-19 pandemic, with many people seeking lower housing costs, good schools, and safer neighborhoods. Southern California’s Chapman University professor and an author of a recent report, “Restoring the California Dream,” Joel Kotkin said that the pandemic ended up fueling more migration out of the city, leaving it a destination for those with money. “Today, California is a land of opportunity for trust funders and graduates of Caltech,” Kotkin told the publication. In addition to the pandemic and housing costs, 52% of residents disapprove of the job Mayor London Breed is doing, and voters just recalled District Attorney Chesa Boudin for being “soft” on criminals, a San Fransico Examiner poll earlier this month of 541 likely voters found. The poll was conducted between May26-29 and has a margin of error of 4.5 percentage points.
 

OldSoulon

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RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio


Public indecency: Richmond Road


Officers responded June 21 to a report of a man mowing his lawn naked.


They found him on a riding mower with only a hand towel covering his genitals. He put on shorts as officers arrived and told him that his chain-link fence was not considered private.


He said he understood and would remain in his shorts.
 

I enjoy wrestling

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RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio


Public indecency: Richmond Road


Officers responded June 21 to a report of a man mowing his lawn naked.


They found him on a riding mower with only a hand towel covering his genitals. He put on shorts as officers arrived and told him that his chain-link fence was not considered private.


He said he understood and would remain in his shorts.
I know Harry Long. Damn shame
 

Altor

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RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio


Public indecency: Richmond Road


Officers responded June 21 to a report of a man mowing his lawn naked.


They found him on a riding mower with only a hand towel covering his genitals. He put on shorts as officers arrived and told him that his chain-link fence was not considered private.


He said he understood and would remain in his shorts.
Not sure this counts as "violent."
 

Qcity

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Now that the Roe-v-Wade decision is official, look for large quantities of radical left-wing violence to engulf the nation this weekend.
 

OldSoulon

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Hochul: People Arming Themselves for Protection Make Others Feel Unsafe​


New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said Friday that people bearing arms for self-protection make “everyone else feel very unsafe.”

Her comments, made during an interview on “CBS Mornings” came after the Supreme Court decision striking down a New York law that had set restrictions on those looking to carry guns in public.

She was asked about law-abiding citizens who want to carry a gun to feel safer.

“I say that makes everyone else feel very unsafe,” the Democrat said. “We don’t know if you’re provoked, you know, you’re in a bar and someone looks at your girlfriend or your boyfriend the wrong way. There are so many triggers. If someone wants to have a legal gun, licensed protection in their home, that is their domain, they can do that, we’ve always allowed that, or for hunting and other purposes.
 
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