Let me tell you something, reader. Just between you and me, I see a lot of crap. OK. I see a lot of crap. A LOT. I seen some insane headlines. But this one. Wow. I am… flabbergasted.
Just behold this obscene insanity:
Dallas County Criminal District Attorney John Creuzot, who campaigned on criminal justice reform, announced he no longer plans to prosecute certain low-level crimes.
His office is in the process of dropping many of those cases.
He’s already dismissed more than 1,000 drug possession cases during his first three months in office.
OK, listen, low level drug crimes? I can see that. Some of those are overkill. OK. Now watch where this goes:
Shortly after being elected in November 2018, Creuzot said, “On my agenda is to not ask judges to send people to the penitentiary for technical violations of their probation – for instance not doing community service, not paying fines and fees.”
OK OK, listen some of that is bad, some of that is good. I mean, we need punishment for not following the law, but sometimes it’s so onerous that it cripples poor people. I understand.
Then this happened:
Creuzot said he’ll dismiss many criminal trespass cases as well, charges he says are most often brought against the mentally ill and homeless.
Uhhhh that is a VERY VERY bad idea bro. You are basically telling the homeless they can break into whatever they want. Now, first of all, you’re gonna get a lot of homeless people getting shot. Secondly, do you think the homeless will DO NOTHING else after they break in? ARE YOU INSANE?
Clearly, this guy is insane because it gets worse:
He also said his office will no longer prosecute theft cases involving personal items worth less than $750, unless evidence shows it was for economic gain.
ARE YOU EFFING KIDDING ME? ARE YOU BATCRAP CRAZY??!!
How does someone steal something for $749.99 NOT for economic gain? What does that even mean? They stole it for charity?!?!? WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT AHOLE?!?!
This guy is scared:
But Andrew Arterburn, the owner of One Stop Express in Uptown said a shoplifter just stole $120 worth of laundry detergent on Thursday and he’s not happy to find out cases like this could be dismissed.
And he’s right to be.
It’s open season on taxpayers and business owners in Dallas, and the criminals are going to take advantage. This is blazingly stupid. Y’all better pray for the people of Dallas. They are voting in crazy people who is gonna let crazy people commit whatever crimes they want. I need a stiff drink.