Various cities in America are experiencing a major problem with crime not seen in decades.
It’s no coincidence that this is occurring at the same time that we have a record number of progressive district attorneys who were put in office with financial backing from the left-wing billionaire George Soros.
The American people are tired of it. In fact, according to a new poll, most voters support the removal of these prosecutors.
Poll: Most US Voters Support Removing Soft-on-Crime Prosecutors
A Rasmussen poll released on Wednesday found that most voters support removing soft-on-crime prosecutors in the United States’ most prominent cities.
According to the poll, voters opposed the soft-on-crime policies of prosecutors including Alvin Bragg in New York, Chesa Boudin in San Francisco, Kim Foxx in Chicago, and George Gascón in Los Angeles.
Fifty-eight percent of U.S. voters believe a law permitting an appointed state oversight committee with the ability to remove state prosecutors from office if they refuse to do their job would improve safety. Only 21% disagree, and 20% are unsure, according to the poll.
Fifty-eight percent of voters polled said Bragg’s instruction to stop prosecuting suspects who resist arrest “makes it more likely people will resist arrest.” Sixty-seven percent added that the policy “will make arrests more dangerous for arresting officers.”
Seventy-two percent of those polled think Boudin’s policy of refusing to prosecute felons in San Francisco under the state’s controversial Three-strikes law makes it more likely felons will commit more crime in the city.
Sixty-nine percent of those voters polled believe that Foxx should be held accountable if more crime is committed by five suspects arrested by Chicago police in a gang-related shootout that she refused to prosecute.
In California, there is already an effort underway to remove George Gascon. Even liberal Hollywood has joined the effort.
Law enforcement unions and Hollywood bigwigs join effort to recall DA George Gasconhttps://t.co/PwCGiC3dyh
— HotAir.com (@hotairblog) February 11, 2022
Law abiding people want law and order.