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San Francisco: Socialist Son of Imprisoned Weather Underground Terrorists Who Was Raised By Bill Ayers and Worked for Hugo Chavez Elected D.A.

San Francisco: Socialist Son of Imprisoned Weather Underground Terrorists Who Was Raised By Bill Ayers and Worked for Hugo Chavez Elected D.A.

City sinking under weight of feces and needles gets a socialist champion of lax policing and immigration obstruction

https://youtu.be/aCC-SOWMBBg

As we noted in 2018, leftist billionaire George Soros has been focusing his intricate web of foundations, super PACs, and assorted organizations on the nation’s District Attorney offices.

Across the country, Soros-affiliated groups have backed far-left radicals for the office and have seen some success.  One example is Larry Krasner in Philadelphia, and another, as of yesterday, is self-proclaimed socialist Chesa Boudin in San Francisco.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports:

Chesa Boudin won the race to become the city’s next district attorney Saturday on a campaign promising to confront mass incarceration and racial disparities in the criminal justice system, while vowing to hold police more accountable in cases of brutality.

A former deputy public defender, Boudin will now helm the office he previously went up against after winning by a razor-thin margin against Suzy Loftus, who had been appointed as interim district attorney by the mayor weeks before the election.

Boudin wound up with 85,950 votes and Loftus with 83,511 votes on Saturday afternoon, with only about 1,200 votes left to count.

Boudin ran on a platform of “decarceration” . . . except for ICE and police officers who are doing their jobs. Those he wants to pursue, prosecute, and imprison.

Boudin’s background is alarming. His parents are violent radicals who were still acting as if the sixties never ended when they were involved in the robbery of a Brinks armored car in 1981. The crime included the murder of two police officers and a security guard, and Boudin’s father is still in prison for his horrific crimes.

Michelle Malkin reports:

The cornerstone of Boudin’s campaign is sabotaging immigration enforcement. He has called for prosecution and imprisonment of ICE and police officers for doing their jobs and vowed to create an “immigrant defense unit” within the DA’s office to “stand up to Trump on immigration.”

. . . . Boudin is the militant offspring of spoiled-rich radicals Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, members of the violent Weather Underground terrorist group, which bombed government buildings and corporate headquarters, aided convicted felons in jailbreaks and participated in a 1981 Brink’s armored car holdup in Nyack, New York, with the Black Liberation Army. That crime took the lives of three innocent Americans — police officers Edward O’Grady and Waverly Brown and private security guard Peter Paige.

Kathy Boudin was an 11-year fugitive from justice after an accidental homemade bomb explosion at her New York City townhouse resulted in three other deaths. At the time of her arrest in Nyack, Boudin gave police one of many false identities she had used to evade the law. She was paroled in 2003 after convincing parole board members that she acted nobly out of “white guilt” to protest racism against blacks. (Reality check: Officer Waverly Brown was a black, working-class military veteran.) Gilbert remains in prison. Their story was glorified and romanticized by Robert Redford in the 2013 movie, “The Company You Keep.”

Following his parents’ incarceration, Boudin was raised by Weather Underground radicals Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn.

Malkin continues:

After Kathy Boudin dropped off toddler Chesa at a babysitter’s house so she could help perpetrate the bloody $1.6 million Brink’s heist, this privileged elitist was adopted by another pair of America-hating domestic agitators, unrepentant Weathermen colleagues Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

Ayers celebrated bombing the Pentagon in his radical memoir, “Fugitive Days,” taught at the University of Illinois in Chicago, and mentored Barack Obama. Dohrn declared war on “AmeriKKKa,” helped stage the “Days of Rage” in Chicago, when Weathermen blew up a memorial statue to police officers and rioted violently, leaving 75 policemen wounded and one permanently injured in a wheelchair, and then spent years as a fugitive from justice before settling into a comfy post as former director of the Legal Clinic’s Children and Family Justice Center at Northwestern University.

Steeped in Marxist ideology and self-pity, Boudin moaned to The New York Times that he was “sad that my parents have to suffer what they have to suffer on a daily basis” because they were “dedicated to fighting U.S. imperialism around the world.” No compassion for the families of the officers his parents helped murder, but the Yale grad and Rhodes Scholar did earn praise for his crusades against “urban misery in Bolivia, homelessness in Santiago and illiteracy in Guatemala.”

Monica Showalter has more:

This is the adopted son of Bill Ayers, famed radical who “made” Barack Obama, a former domestic terrorist who founded and led the violent Weathermen terrorist organization responsible for multiple murders and who declared, after a lefty jury acquitted him, that he was “guilty as sin, free as a bird.” After that, he went on to a life of left-ifying the country’s public schools and collecting honors. Boudin’s step-mom, Bernardine Dorhn, meanwhile, praised the Manson family murders for their sadism: “First they killed those pigs, then they ate dinner in the same room with them, then they even shoved a fork into the pig Tate’s stomach! Wild!” she famously said.

As for his real relatives, well, gramps was Fidel Castro’s lawyer. His mom, Kathy Boudin, went to the can as a Weatherman, too, caught for murdering a black police officer during a Brink’s robbery and yelling she did it because racism. As for his real pop, well, he’s still in prison for the killings and might not get out. Chesa himself touted his experience visiting his parents in prison as a dreadful personal injustice he suffered, falsely making himself a victim of the system instead of being a victim of his own parents who had this problem of killing others.

In his own right, Boudin has a troubling background. For example, in 2006 he penned a piece in the Nation that extolled the glories of Hugo Chavez’s socialism and proclaimed the totalitarian tyrant who, arguably, single-handedly destroyed a strong Venezuelan economy a “proven” success.

Showalter continues:

In short, he’s left-wing royalty, and it gets worse. He got his start as someone groomed for more by the Cubans at a young age, based on his family “heritage,” and then who made his bones as one of Hugo Chávez’s most prominent defenders, writing books about the glories of the Bolivarian revolution. It wasn’t just that, though — it was going to Caracas spending time with Chávez himself, working as his “adviser” and “translator” in countering the Americans. One wonders if he ever registered as a foreign agent for that one.

Those glories he touted as he propagandized for Chávez included the odor of his own family’s heritage, violence, and in Venezuela that meant his own guerrilla training by Chavista thugs known as colectivos, the motorcycle thugs he calls “non-violent” even in his recent writings, and which his adopted dad still praises in his blog posts. Naturally, he’s a follower of Colombia’s allied FARC Marxist narco-terrorists on his Twitter feed, the new, supposedly peace-loving FARC, which it isn’t. Venezuelans tell me he’s been photographed with an assault rifle during his guerrilla training in Venezuela and has conveniently scrubbed those photos from the internet now. He follows a guy on Twitter called “CornPop’s Switchblade” who openly advocates for killing bankers.

In short, he’s the privileged princeling son of the most radical of the radical chic of the 1960s, now running as the candidate of the working man on a Democratic Socialists of America–Justice Democrats “squad model,” promising to empty the prisons — err, “end mass incarceration” — and open the borders.

Boudin’s “decarceration” and anti-police agenda earned the ire of the San Francisco Police Officers’ Association, who refer to Boudin as the “#1 choice of criminals and gang members.”

His election night party featured charming chants of “Fuck the POA.”

Watch:

Malkin dug into the funding behind Boudin, and found, to no one’s surprise, connections to Soros-backed groups.

Those who share Boudin’s fringe radicalism are, naturally, thrilled that he won.

https://twitter.com/shaunking/status/1192987641358229509

Boudin claims to be “part of a growing movement that’s bringing a new vision to the District Attorney’s office,” and he is right. It’s also a smart approach by the “social justice” / “reformative justice” / “decarceral justice” radicals who seek to undermine and replace Americans’ concept of equal justice under the law.

The following is quite long, but it’s worth watching under the principle of knowing one’s enemy.

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Comments

Just when you thought San Frans–thole couldn’t get any worse, … it gets worse.

“but the Yale grad and Rhodes Scholar [Chesa Boudin] did earn praise for his crusades against ‘urban misery in Bolivia, homelessness in Santiago and illiteracy in Guatemala'”

Has all the credentials (esp. the Rhodes thingy) for membership in the Council on Foreign Relations which is NWO Central. This guy has all the earmarks of being groomed.

They have to cut off funding to these Soros groups. Why is the radical Tides Foundation, dedicated to undermining our way of life still noted as a ‘tax-free non-profit’? Tax these groups!

    Exactly!
    Why is Soros not been named an enemy of the state?
    He foments unrest wherever he goes. He undermines our government.

    Milhouse in reply to rdmdawg. | November 15, 2019 at 12:13 am

    Because it fits the viewpoint-neutral criteria that define its status. The government cannot deny an entity a benefit to which it would otherwise be entitled, just because it doesn’t like the content of that entity’s speech.

    And there is no such thing as an “enemy of the state”.

      neurodoc in reply to Milhouse. | November 15, 2019 at 1:40 am

      Trump says the media is an “enemy of the state.” You don’t believe him, you think he would lie about something so fundamental in a democracy? Do you think Trump is no more honorable than Duterte, Putin, and many other nasty autocrats/dictators?

How do have an intervention for a city and/or state? Are they worth saving? Can there be any sane people electing fools/tools like this. San Francisco Francisco can’t even keep crap off sidewalks.

We should remain calm and say a prayer to Saint Andreas.

Subotai Bahadur | November 10, 2019 at 10:13 pm

Since California as a whole and San Francisco are no longer in any meaningful way part of America this will have no real affect on us with two exceptions:

1) Commercial transactions depend on a basis of settled law. Doing business with any entity in San Francisco is going to be like doing business with the CPSU in the 1930’s. Do not trade with any business or the government there except on the basis of cash before delivery and with a hefty premium for the risk of dealing with them. Buying from them is a risk both for being cheated and for strengthening them.

2) Any American, especially one who is outspoken in favor of freedom, will be at great risk going to San Francisco. I could see going there to help any putative resistance movement. Going there as a tourist would be foolhardy. If the locals do not attack you, the law enforcement agencies will. I am sure that with the right contributions to the right people [carefully not called ransom]. Kind of like Iran in 1979.

Subotai Bahadur

    CaptScientist in reply to Subotai Bahadur. | November 11, 2019 at 8:45 am

    Have absolutely no desire to visit kalifornia again, but there is one place I would like to go, Yosemite, and since it’s mostly in the red area of the state one would feel relatively safe.

Subotai Bahadur | November 10, 2019 at 10:14 pm

And as Romey says, “Sweet Saint San Andreas, hear our prayer and act on our behalf.”

Subotai Bahadur

Leftism is like gravity: it has to be resisted 24/7.

We elected, re-elected, and re-re-elected the Crying Boehners as our bulwark against tyranny. Instead, they lined their pockets, stabbed us in the back, and gave our educational system away to the most malignant of propagandists.

Now, here we are, being pulled into the black hole of george soros (who should have been taken out by black ops a long time ago.)

Our congress is infested with the most corrupt, stupidest, most malignant people in the nation.

Our freedom is not negotiable. Our Bill of Rights is absolute, as is its First and Second Amendments.

All that said: this nation will never survive as 57 states (if you’re obama), nor as 50 states (if you’re not a moron like obama). Each day, it the clock ticks forward to the nation dividing. A house divided cannot stand, but it will soon be a good idea to divide it, so as not to have to live in tyranny with the other half of the nation intent of invoking it upon the rest of us.

Finally: Epstein didn’t kill himself. Perhaps he will do in death what he never did in life: make himself useful to good people, and he just might be the modern-day Archduke Ferdinand.

    Black Ops do not favor the Bill of Rights.

    Funny you favor Black Ops.

      Subotai Bahadur in reply to MSimon. | November 11, 2019 at 3:35 pm

      Absolute agreement. There are two ways of losing. Being openly defeated by the enemy, and becoming too much like the enemy.

      But when the enemies of the Bill of Rights are openly willing to fight by means outside that Bill of Rights, the law, and the Constitution; they cannot be beaten back solely by avoiding fighting fire with fire. There are no easy solutions, and there are no guarantees.

      Subotai Bahadur

This guy looks like the offspring of Bernie Sanders and Fauxohauntas! All he needs is a set of fangs to look like the person he is inside.

Anacleto Mitraglia | November 11, 2019 at 1:57 am

85k votes vs 83k, sounds like a very poor voting turnout.
It’s time fo the ordinary citizen to take these matters more seriously, just as Soros does.

San Francisco will get exactly what it voted for.

Anacleto Mitraglia | November 11, 2019 at 6:08 am

According to wiki, SF had an 880k+ population in 2017, so about 10% actually got whatthey voted for. My point is that it’s impossible, even in the City of Crazy, to have a majority of folks who favor such a racical agenda; but if only a minority swows up at the ballots, and the opposition is divided into many little fractions, then you actually win with a 10% of lunatics.

    I suppose the other 80-90% of San Francisco will get what it couldn’t be bothered to vote against.

      Anacleto Mitraglia in reply to JohnC. | November 11, 2019 at 7:20 am

      First, forgive my many typos, I have a very small keyboard. I just point out that most of the elections with an unexpected result, see Trump 2016, but also Bush 2004 and many others, were characterized by a larger-than-usual voter turnout.
      So I think the “silent majority” should be less silent, expecially at the ballot box.

ScottTheEngineer | November 11, 2019 at 6:12 am

I feel for the people that maybe are hesitant to join the exodus. Things are about to go from bad to much much worse.

    If you can’t be bothered to wake up on time for one freakin’ day, hold off on the pot, and go to vote to save your democracy, you get everything you surely deserve.

When will we finally recognize the fact that California no longer has a “republican form of government”? Elections are not the determinant of that (though the idiot nation-builders seem to think so). Having two (nominally) parties isn’t enough either.

But, rule by activist judges, passing what are essentially bills of attainder, and electing people actively opposed to the Constitution and the law certainly are indicators of a NON-republic.

And the swirl in the bowl increases

Circling the drain…

If this guy won’t enforce the laws, vigilantes will fill the void. And if he alienates police, he’s going to have to live with the results.

US Jews hate loathe dispise Jo Joe Blow.

Personally I hope they get everything they want …* GRIN * … until it hurts

Oh and just for grins someone should keep track of his body count … You know the people his poor mis guided misunderstood criminals kill after being released not charged or undercharged

Even the liberals in CA are shocked that SF would vote for this guy. Hi only endorsements were Bernie and some politician in Chicago. He only got 35% of the vote so you can be sure it will be one and done with this guy.

“What the hell is going on in San Francisco!?!?” – Joseph Stalin

    Subotai Bahadur in reply to Pasadena Phil. | November 11, 2019 at 3:31 pm

    You are making the assumption that in California, especially in San Francisco, that any votes that would lessen the power of the Left will be counted.

    Subotai Bahadur

Should be a colorful term.

America was a pretty bad place in the 50s and 60s. Very racist. I drank out of a “Colored only” fountain in 1948. Charlottesville, Virginia. I was about 4. A lot of that was fixed by the 80s.

There used to be real racists to fight. Now a days what is left is mostly imagination.

The whole post-terror rehabilitation of Boudin-Ayrres-etc needs telling–a case study off universities as a threat to the nation. And what isneededis a full blown research into the Soros role in Hungary to challenge his admission to this country and grant of citizenship ass based on fraud. Conservative’s should establish their own intelligence agency given the record of the left’s penetration of the official security apparatus.

    Milhouse in reply to JAB. | November 15, 2019 at 12:18 am

    What fraud do you allege he committed in entering the US or in his naturalization, and on what basis? There is no foundation or reasonable suspicion, so the inquiry you call for would be a fishing expedition and 100% illegal.

Not defending SF because this piece of scum should not have come close enough for it to make a difference, but my understanding is he won because SF used a “ranked” voting system even though his opponent got more votes.

    Truejim in reply to FOAF. | November 11, 2019 at 9:32 pm

    Alas, you have it backwards! Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) did not get Boudin elected, but rather nearly destroyed him. He actually got around 9,000 more votes (first-place votes) than his nearest competitor, Suzy Loftus. But after the rounds of reallocation of the second and third choices, under the RCV system, of votes for the other two candidates, Nancy Tung and Leif Dautch, Boudin ended up only around 2,800 in front of Loftus. See: https://www.sfelections.org/results/20191105/data/20191110/da/20191110_da_short.pdf

SanFrancisco voted for Boudin, and they deserve him ( and the results ).

He didn’t steal the election. They can learn the hard way, what DAs like Boudin to to a city.

I am so glad that I was able to visit S.F. so many times before the roof caved in. These days, I’d be afraid to go there.

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