Mayor Says Criminals Shouldn’t Be Prosecuted For Theft, etc.

Jun 3, 2024

Boston’s Democratic Mayor Michelle Wu is advocating for soft-on-crime policies that would almost certainly make her city more dangerous for residents.

Wu wants to abolish the gang registry and says that criminal behaviors like theft shouldn’t be prosecuted, according to Fox. Wu also wants noncitizens to be able to vote in local elections. She is also a fan of former Suffolk County district attorney Rachael Rollins’, who was found to have committed “egregious” ethical violations and “abuse of power” while she worked for the Biden administration.

A Rollins-era policy memo shared by Fox apparently advocates for the following to be declined for prosecution: “shoplifting, larceny, disorderly conduct, receiving stolen property, driving with a suspended license, breaking and entering with property damage, wanton and malicious destruction of property, threats, minor in possession of alcohol, marijuana possession, possession with intent to distribute, non-marijuana drug possession.” (LEARN MORE: City Voters Tell Biden They’re ‘Fed Up’ With Democrats)

Removing Police Protections

Wu also apparently argued in favor of anti-policing policies, including limiting the use of tear gas, rubber bullets, and attack dogs. Her policies further focused on wanting to publicize personnel files of officers involved in cases relating to use-of-force. Opponents of this potential process say it endangers officers and potentially their families. (LEARN MORE: Democratic City Alderman Says Open Border Caused Crime Surge)

In contrast to her anti-policing sentiment, Wu made a list of her greatest critics in July 2023 and distributed the names to local authorities. “The report raised concerns about whether Wu and her administration are attempting to silence or intimidate her critics, many of whom have protested outside of her home,” Fox wrote.

Use Your Voice To Protect Your Home

Our nation is at a crossroads, dealing with pivotal issues that directly impact your daily lives – from ensuring fair and secure elections to fighting against inflation and advocating for secure borders. The strength of our community, the rights of our parents, and the protection of girls’ sports are not just political issues; they are the fabric of our society. It’s time to take a stand against crime, reform our institutions, and ensure the prosperity and security of our nation.

One person does have the power to destroy your lifestyle, safety, and the quality of life experienced by you, your family, and your neighbors. But together, we have the power of more than a Million Voices. Did you know that you, your family, and friends can send letters directly to your elected officials today? We can tell your leaders what you want from their time in office, and what you expect from our federal government. Letter-writing campaigns, or even just a single letter, can be enough to sway policy and create positive change.

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