The California state legislature is not totally deaf; however, it appears they write or correct laws while drinking molasses.
Slowly working its way through the state legislature is a proposed law that would enforce the law. Yes, it is amazing. After years of having our cars, homes, stores and property ripped off regularly, our state legislature is “working” on legislation to hold criminals liable.
By now we are all familiar with the sneaky scenario that was slipped by voters by intention. This was the ballot measure entitled “The Safe Schools and Neighborhoods” Act. Face the facts friends, it was BS camouflaged as a goodie-two-shoes piece of legislation to trick voters.
Buried in the content of this legislation was the redefining of theft. As of now, theft isn’t theft unless the value of the item stolen exceeds $950.
This legislation was designed without any consideration of the easily predictable consequence: the current cluster of crooked characters carrying away the contents of our cars, condos and communities.
Right here in Santa Clara County we have Jeff Rosen who was elected as Santa Clara County District Attorney, who appears to have never met a criminal he didn’t like. He has emptied the jails and declared freedom to offenders and repeat offenders.
Of course, there are exceptions, and that is when Jeff Rosen wants to make a targeted person a criminal. Check out the case with Santa Clara Council Member Anthony Becker, who Rosen has accused of lying. What? Becker is accused of lying to the Grand Jury by saying “no” he didn’t leak the grand jury report. Rosen wants him in jail for four years. Are you kidding?
Selective prosecution is a banana republic product, not an American one. Rosen has proven his disrespect for law unless it fits his political bias.
What do you think Rosen will do when the legislature makes law legal again?