With District Attorneys like Chesa Boudin, who needs electric chairs, much less jail cells, or even handcuffs.
In fact, with District Attorneys like this, maybe we can institute legal “time outs” for adult criminals because ultimately, all criminal malfeasance is just a “temper tantrum.”
There is outrage over San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin’s description of the man police say pushed over and killed an 84-year-old in San Francisco.
In a New York Times article, Boudin says Antoine Watson was having “some sort of temper tantrum,” a term more often used to describe toddlers.
This is Chesa Boudin’s idea of a “temper tantrum.” Punishable by 2 days time out and early bed time for a week. Harsh.
I have a sneaking suspicion that if a white Trump supporter had done this, the national furor would have caused an epic din of virtue signaling and leftist shrieking. Boudin, spawn of the Weather Underground, would re-institute California’s long discarded capital punishment in order to condemn the Trump supporter to anything but a time out.
Chesa Boudin, familial left-wing serpent. In case you didn’t know:
The son of a couple who helped kill two cops and a guard in the infamous Brink’s armored-car robbery was just elected district attorney of San Francisco.
Chesa Boudin learned he won the hotly contested race Saturday — while flying back from visiting his convict dad in an upstate New York prison, the LA Times reported.
Boudin was 14 months old when his parents, David Gilbert and Kathy Boudin, members of the domestic-terror group Weather Underground, dropped him off at a baby-sitter’s Oct. 2, 1981, and helped pull off the heinous heist in Nanuet in Rockland County.
Nyack police Sgt. Edward O’Grady and Officer Waverly “Chipper” Brown, as well as Brink’s guard Peter Paige, were killed in the robbery and its aftermath nearly four decades ago.
The apple doesn’t fall far from this tree.
Don’t feign shock when you learn Chesa Boudin has proposed a bill to commemorate March as “Tantrum History” month in California.