An ultra-woke District Attorney has recently received a startling wakeup call from ordinarily leftist voters, illuminating the extent to which a crime-ridden society is desired by few.
In San Francisco, notorious for serving as one of the most drug-laden cities in the nation, DA Chesa Boudin was shockingly recalled, which, per Paris Dennard, illustrates one of the “big things” preoccupying voters.
In remarks to Newsmax TV’s “Wake Up America,” Dennard observed that “big things that are top of mind for voters, and it deals with security, economic security, and physical security.”
Dennard, who serves as the Director of Black Media Affairs for the Republican National Committee (RNC), also noted that the recent voter backlash is not exclusive to California, but rather a “nationwide” phenomenon.
The vast majority of Americans, in other words, are displeased by rising crime rates coupled with rising inflation, which is proving to be a disastrous coupling for many Democrats in light of the upcoming midterm elections.
Boudin, who was barely elected to office in 2019, has rapidly garnered a reputation for siding with criminals over law-abiding civilians, as charged by his critics who helped lead the recall effort.
Predictably, anti-Republican fanatics have declared that the legal recall vote is akin to “a GOP power grab,” as noted by Newsmax.
Dennard also remarked that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, alongside other key figures such as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, should realize “that the days of this progressive liberal extreme, a Democrat Party having just so much advantage in the electorate, are numbered.”
“Everyone is being impacted by the high crime,” Dennard continued, “Everybody has been impacted by this high inflation, high gas prices.”
In order to save face, Dennard strongly recommends for Democrats to consider revisiting Trump Era policies previously rejected, including efforts to move towards American energy independence, coupled with vastly greater security at the border.
However, doing so would entail acknowledging that Trump was “effective” after all, and Dennard predicts that Democrats are unlikely to admit this effectiveness given their apparent allegiance “to the extreme, radical, progressive left.”