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Rep.  Issa: California law enforcement has been unable to tackle petty crimes for several years

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Rep. Issa: California law enforcement has been unable to tackle petty crimes for several years

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After the progressive mayor of San Francisco, London Breed, pledged to fight the upsurge in crime in the city, Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., Told America’s Newsroom on Thursday that forces in the The California order has not been able to tackle petty crime for several years.

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DARRELL ISSA: Right now, for several years now California law enforcement has been unable to arrest people for what are called petty crimes and we’re talking about stealing a shopping cart, entering in a grocery store, fill it up and roll it out. It is not enforceable in California. Do you think you have the homeless problem? Imagine what kind of roaming problem you have if you tell people they don’t have to pay for their groceries.

The number of people in jail has gone down, but it has gone down because we just don’t jail people for committing crimes in California.

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