August 7, 2022

Democrat Los Angeles lawmakers pushing effort to remove centrist Sheriff

Los Angeles is a cesspool of crime and misery thanks to leftist policies. They’ll stop at nothing to make sure things continue that way.

Lawmakers in Los Angeles County passed a motion to oust duly-elected Sheriff Alex Villanueva, the Washington Examiner reported. The centrist Democrat is being targeted after pushing back against the “defund the police” and “woke” policies.

The board’s measure passed 4-1 Tuesday and will be on the general ballot in November, where voters will have the final say. He would be removed on the basis of “flagrant or repeated neglect of duties.”

Supervisor Hilda Solis co-authored the measure on the basis of use of force complaints filed against the department. “We can’t just sit back and watch the destruction of a wayward sheriff,” Solis claimed.

“If the sheriff is not able to follow the law … and engages in misconduct, the board needs stronger mechanisms to check this harmful behavior,” Solis added. However, there is no evidence of any of this except with his predecessor, who is currently serving jail time.

Meanwhile, these same lawmakers have supported policies that have imperiled constituents by releasing criminals into social welfare instead of prisons while also turning a blind eye to growing homelessness. For that reason, a recall effort against woke District Attorney George Gascon is underway, with 715,000 signatures suggesting that the people of Los Angeles are tired of this.

“I was never going to be part of that group — never,” Villanueva, who was instrumental in the recall against Gascon, told the Washington Examiner. “They want to disenfranchise the voter who put me in office, trying to take away the voter’s will.”

The battle between the people who prefer the rights of criminals over the safety of law-abiding citizens is happening in cities across America. In a place like Los Angeles, the apparatus is in place to prevent anyone with a law-and-order bent from serving in office — and clearly, they’re not afraid to employ any trick to do just that.

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