Arrogant extremist was previously Mesa, AZ Police Chief
The name of Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon is one that should be all too familiar to Valley residents. He was the unpopular, political extremist Mesa Police Chief, prior to moving to San Francisco to become the District Attorney. As political scheming goes, the move was a classic fit as Gascon replaced hard-core leftist* Kamala Harris who was running for California Attorney General. Under the guidance of her acknowledged longtime “mentor” then-San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown, she improbably burst onto the national scene as California’s junior U.S. Senator. Harris is now Vice President, waiting for bumbling, stumbling, and frequently incoherent Joe Biden to fall again, integral to Barack Obama’s long-range, behind-the-curtain scheme.
Cuban-born Gascon, whose uncle was imprisoned under the Communist regime of Fidel Castro, is unique among law enforcement professionals and given his background definitely should know better. He is more attuned to keeping criminals happy than keeping law abiding citizens safe.
Although gang violence In Los Angeles County continues to spiral out of control with murders up 136.4%, shootings up 261.5%, and attacks on police officers up 300%, District Attorney Gascon defended the indefensible Assembly Bill No. 3234, which lessens the penalties for a wide range of crimes. It was signed into law September 2020 by Gov. Gavin Newsom. No surprise…both Gascon and Newsom are far-left democrats.
Californians are wising up.
The campaign to recall Gov. Newsom has 2,026,617 verified signatures, far exceeding the number needed to generate a special election to remove him from office. The Office of the California Secretary of State provides the complete list.
For more background, take time to read, “Amiable bedfellows: Kamala Harris, George Gascon…George Soros.”
Knowledge is power.
* UPDATE: Govtrack previously showed a graph that placed Kamala Harris “far left” compared to other senate democrats. Since her election as VP on the Biden ticket, that graph has been removed, although it pertained to her time in the U.S. Senate. Govtrack is obviously not nonpartisan.