Chesa Boudin is failing to keep San Franciscans safe. As car break-ins and burglaries reached a crisis level in San Francisco, Boudin’s refusal to hold serial offenders accountable is putting more of us at risk. If you haven’t been a victim of a car or home break-in in the past year, chances are great that you know someone who is a victim. Property crimes are rampant. Enough is enough.
Burglaries, car break-ins, homicides and overdose-related deaths are at a crisis level.
He refuses to adequately prosecute criminals and fails to take drug dealing on our neighborhood streets seriously. He doesn’t hold serial offenders accountable and has released them from custody without consequences. Boudin’s response to victims? “Hopefully” home burglaries will go down.
and he failed to charge a repeat offender who then killed two pedestrians on New Year’s Eve while driving intoxicated in a stolen car.
Three people died in interactions with police, and Boudin failed to prosecute any officers involved.
San Franciscans are also smart enough to know that smart criminal justice reform doesn’t happen at the expense of public safety.
San Franciscans have a right to expect that their District Attorney will promote and uphold public safety.
San Franciscans know that Chesa Boudin is failing to keep us safe.
Recalling someone should not be taken lightly, but San Francisco can’t wait two more years for public safety and to fix our criminal justice system.
Help make San Francisco safer by joining our effort to recall District Attorney Chesa Boudin.
Emily Murase, Ph.D.
John Merrell Jr.
Mary Rose Hayes
Toye Moses, Ph.D.