Skip to comments.California to close 2 prisons and early release 20,000 convicts
Posted on 09/13/2020 10:10:27 PM PDT by glasseye
California plans to close 2 prisons and early release 20,000 prisoners around the election, prolly right after the elections. An old friend, known him for 40 years+ works as a doctor for the California Department of Corrections and they were told last week there will be closings very soon and some of the physicians will be losing their jobs. I trust this source ENTIRELY. https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2020/may/17/gavin-newsom-california-governor-eyes-prison-closu/
Just had a call tonight from an older relative in the SF Bay area who complained of the craziness occurring in the area now with riots and such.
The safe place hes always known, isnt.
Lost count of all of the CA license plates we saw, driving on our TX interstate, today :-(
By Don Thompson -Associated Press-Sunday, May 17, 2020
And with defunding of police departments, things are going to get very dangerous for good citizens. Time to join a local militia!
California no longer has the rest of the country paying for it’s prisons. Look for other high SALT states to follow.
More profitable to make the citizens shoot the criminals, and then arrest the citizens!
So you haven't tried to buy ammo for the last 6 months?
It's all gone. Not a round of 9mm, .45 ACP, 5.56x45, 7.62x39, 7.62x51, .30-06 to be found. No reloading powders, primers, .224 bullets.
If you don't have it already, you ain't gonna find it.
I'm hoping it won't get all burned up, after the election, and go back on the market...
i wonder if any of the releasees will be gun owners who used their guns to defend themselves or their homes?
[[And with defunding of police departments, things are going to get very dangerous for good citizens. ]]
Texas has billboards stating that certain cities there have defunded the4 police and warning people that entering those cities is dangerous now
Keepin’ it dry is now the objective.
When I lived in Lewisville Texas back in 83 building pools there was a joke about what scared them most. A Mexican with a gun? Nope. A black with a switch blade?Nope. A Yankee with a U-Haul? Yep!
Well, the “good citizens” elected the bastards who are releasing the convicts to rape, rob, steal, and shoot cops again. Be careful what you pray for. You may get it.Evil has taken control now until it will take blood shed to restore sanity.If you are not willing to shed blood, things are going to get a hell uv a lot worse.
And each one upon release, will receive a free gallon of gas and a Bic lighter.
There must be a communist revolution, and the dems are their vanguard. Paraphrasing Lenin, but it’s more relevant than ever.
Got plenty in the north woods
These people in prison is a dividend, not a burden.
They were caught committing a crime. It wasn’t the first
offense they had committed as a general rule. The crime was
serious enough to keep them behind pars in a state prison.
Some could argue with me about this, but these people are
put behind bars as punishment, a deterence not only for them,
but for others thinking about doing the same sort of thing.
It’s also a way of keeping crime rates down. Some of these
people are professional criminals. They are repeat offenders
because this is their chosen profession. Keep them in
prison and you eliminate crimes being committed.
If you let 20,000 inmates out, you’re going to have a
pretty elevated repeat offender percentage. Not only
that, but right now we have recruiters looking for people
like this with piss poor judgement willing to commit a
whole lot of crime if the prise is right.
Someone was mentioning to night that Craig’s List has
adds up right now recruiting for “terrorists”, essentially.
Of course it wasn’t laid out that blatantly, but that’s
exactly what it is in reality.
This release programs is a VERY BAD idea.
If you want to look at it this way, I don’t think you’d
be far off base. It’s just another front on the war
against the middle-class.
Release enough of them, and CA might go conservative. ;D
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