Anti-White Mayor Disempowers Police From Prosecuting Multiple Crimes

While the West Coast has long had a reputation for being especially radical, it seems that both coasts are effectively indistinguishable when it comes to the non-prosecution of crime, coupled with mass illegal immigration.

Indeed, while California, Oregon, Washington, and the like have routinely nabbed headlines for “smash and grab” robberies, mass homeless encampments, and prolific drug abuse, it seems that New York, Massachusetts, and Connecticut are snapping at the heels of their “competitors” in crime.

Just consider the latest and not-so-greatest policy changes implemented by none other than 39-year-old Boston Mayor Michelle Wu.

Wu is perhaps the most notorious for throwing a taxpayer-funded “Anti-White holiday party” (as in, White officials were literally not allowed to attend).

The party was exclusively for “’electeds of color,” and despite complaints from the public (whose taxes funded the little party), Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Campbell declined to investigate Wu’s blatantly racist antics.

Surprise, surprise.

Now, Ms. Wu has decided to make her mark on 2024 by forcing law enforcement officers to not prosecute an enormous number of crimes.

While Wu had already effectively decriminalized plenty, she’s really scraping the bottom of the barrel with the latest list of offenses that are apparently no longer crimes in the clearly corrupt city of Boston.

Per a report from the Daily Mail, the list of crimes in which “charges [are] to be declined,” include the following:

  • Trespassing
  • Shoplifting
  • Larceny under $250
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Disturbing the peace
  • Receiving stolen property
  • Driving with a suspended or revoked license
  • Breaking and entering
  • Wanton or malicious destruction of property
  • Minor in possession of alcohol
  • Drug possession
  • Drug possession with intent to distribute
  • Threats

So, under the “leadership” of Ms. Wu, which is clearly opposed to the existence of White people, a number of other crimes that will undoubtedly affect White people are acceptable.

After all, apparently “threats” are just fine, unless they are related to domestic violence.

Even worse, Wu has basically legalized drug dealing, given the fact that law enforcement officers are to “decline prosecuting” individuals caught with drugs and the clear intention to distribute.

Predictably, Massachusetts has also long since disabled residents’ right to defend themselves, with GBHreporting the state has amongst the “strictest” gun laws in the nation.

“Massachusetts has some of the strictest gun laws in the country. The state is one of the only in the nation that mandates secure storage for any firearm not in the owner’s immediate control, and requires safety training for anyone looking to obtain a firearms license for the first time,” GBH reported.

Is it any surprise that the state has now mandated law enforcement officers to not prosecute several crimes, such as dealing drugs and making threats, all while making guns nearly impossible to obtain?

Frankly, it’s even less surprising that Ms. Wu has made drug dealing no longer a crime, considering more than one illegal is currently making a killing selling drugs, tax free, of course.

It’s even less surprising that Massachusetts is pressuring residents to take in unvetted illegals while simultaneously decriminalizing drug dealing.

And the left likes to say that mass replacement is merely a “conspiracy theory.”

Sure it is … a conspiracy that just happens to be playing out in real time, right now.

Author: Ofelia Thornton


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