Former candidate criticises far-left DAs Boudin, Gascon, says 'people are angry'
Republican Elizabeth Heng warned against San Francisco's Chesa Boudin and LA's George Gascon on "Fox & Friends First," arguing their handling of the state's crime is setting a dangerous precedent.
"The drugs and homelessness is rampant," Heng told co-host Todd Piro. "There's feces on the street. Homicide is up 36% from 2019.
ar theft is so rampant that even my friends now are opening, leaving their trunks open because it's cheaper for someone to kind of go through and rummage through their car and allow that than to have them breaking windows and taking their things."
Boudin faces a recall election, the second recall effort against him, as San Francisco continues to endure rampant crime and homelessness. The special election is set for June 7.
"I believe people in San Francisco are angry, and we simply can't have these California bad policies that that bleed throughout the nation," Heng said.
Meanwhile, in Los Angeles, Gascon's critics are outraged over his lenient sentencing for a 17-year-old who pled guilty to driving a car into a mother and her 8-month-old child walking down the street.