WATCH: Guy walks down SF street bashing windshields. No one bats an eye
San Francisco, Calif. — Criminal activity has become so commonplace in the city on the Bay that a man can walk down the street and randomly break a series of car windows and hardly raise the collective eyebrows of its residents.
“Just another beautiful day in San Francisco,” mused the Twitter account Broken Windows, which collects and shares an endless stream of property vandalism that has become the new norm in SF.
— Broken Windows (@brokenwindowsSF) July 21, 2020
Jaded Friscans pipe in after watching the video of the pipe swinger, who did his work in western downtown, south of Market Street:
“This is effectively legal in SF,” commented Bitter Grizzly.
Turning the broken window theory of reducing crime on its head (Google it), San Francisco is in the midst of a unprecedented crime wave that started before Covid and BLM.
Many blame its new District Attorney Chesa Boudin, a social justice warrior and son of convicted murderers who has, as promised, put criminals on the street, not prosecuted those who attack police officers, and fired veteran prosecutors who actually have a track record of prosecuting.
“That is probably somebody Chesa decided to not prosecute and is currently doing restorative justice,” mused AsianPersonInTheRoom.
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