San Francisco Has Spoken: Out With The Woke Prosecutor

Voters out in San Francisco shocked the political landscape this past Tuesday evening, removing the overly woke Chesa Boudin from the role of the district attorney, finally putting a capstone on his disastrous time in office.

Boudin failed to get the jump on the bonded coalition of far more safety-minded Republicans, Democrats, and Independents who were intensely upset over the massively increasing wave of property crimes, persistent retail theft, open drug use, and other various crimes.

“Voters strongly endorsed ousting the reform-minded D.A. as partial returns showed about 60% of voters supporting the recall,” read a report from The Wall Street Journal. In the wake of Boudin taking office back in January of 2020, “burglaries have risen 45%” and “homicides have increased 37%.”

Boudin, who received the vast majority of his backing from extreme-left billionaire George Soros, made the claim that his extremely embarrassing ousting from his position was actually somehow a victory, stating, “We have already won because we have redefined the way people think about the role of the district attorney’s office.”

Quite a few notable responses have rolled in due to Boudin’s removal from office, and they include:

  • Harmeet K. Dhillon, an attorney: “Let us never forget the craven Asian “leaders” of San Francisco who stood next to Angela Davis and Chesa Boudin to sell out their San Francisco constituents to the Soros agenda. Sit there and be beaten and robbed for the greater good? NOT TODAY SATAN!”
  • Jonathan Choe, a reporter: “RECALLED: Chesa Boudin was too progressive even for liberal San Francisco. This is a cautionary tale for elected officials in Seattle, a city with similar sensibilities. Asian American voting bloc played massive role in recall. Boudin accused of botching response to #AsianHate.”
  • Guy Benson, with Fox News: “Turns out the appeal of pro-criminal prosecutors has its limits, even in cartoonish hotbeds of leftism.”
  • Zaid Jilani, a reporter: “The story of the Chesa Boudin recall is closely tied to the recall of three school board members earlier this year. Largely Chinese American grassroots organizers were involved in both.” He added, “Much of the organizing and outreach was done on WeChat in Chinese language text messages and chat groups.”
  • Kraz Greinetz, a reporter: “Boudin is losing virtually every neighborhood with lots of non-white voters except for the Mission. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, he’s winning places with lots of progressive whites (Noe Valley, Castro, Haight) and nowhere else.”
  • Josh Hammer, with Newsweek: “The ouster of Chesa Boudin feels like an inflection point in the fight to reclaim civilizational sanity from the forces of civilizational arson. Good riddance.”
  • Eli Lake, a podcaster: “A major blow to the crime legalization movement.”
  • Asra Q. Nomani, an education activist: “Congratulations, San Francisco! You recalled corrupt Chesa Boudin + his woke machine! 2/3 chose commonsense. With Virginia, you give Americans hope we can meet in the middle where law + order + education as a priority exists. Anyone else want to take Asian voters for granted?”

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