All California Smash-and-Grab Robbers Out on the Streets

A team of 14 robbers did a smash and grab in California that stole tens of thousands of dollars in items.

The police arrived to arrest the people involved. End of story, right? Wrong! A report now reveals all of those who took part in the robbery are now back on the streets.

And people wonder why crime keeps getting worse in California? This could have something to do with it.

We’ve recently seen in Wisconsin what can happen when a criminal is released on low bail. It leads to more crime, not less. Darrell Brooks was released on $1,000 bail after serious crimes just days before driving over several people in a tragedy in Waukesha.

In California, the same practice continues. If law enforcement does their job, but the law lets criminals right back on the street, what can we expect? More crime.

That doesn’t take a PhD in criminology, but it might just take a conservative leading California before positive changes can be made.

Larry Elder gave it a shot during Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recall vote. He did well, but not enough to outnumber the state’s leftist voters. Now they’re getting what they voted for and continue to wonder why the state is crumbling.

The answer is easy to see. Check it out in today’s video for the footage.


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