Pro-crime policies work. For criminals and their enablers.
Entire cities and areas become unlivable wastelands where only criminals and welfare recipients thrive, and the only businesses are illegal or government funded.
Here’s what’s coming to Dallas County courtesy of Dallas County District Attorney John Creuzo.
Dallas County’s new district attorney announced his office will no longer prosecute “theft of necessary items” up to $750.
Finally theft has been legalized for someone other than the government.
The announcement drew an immediate reaction from small business owners who are worried that word of the policy will encourage shoplifting.
That’s what it did in California.
Cody Ellison and his business partner own three shops in the Bishop Arts District. The DA’s letter to the people of Dallas County does not sit well with him.
“To have the thought of someone being able to come in and steal $750 from us and there be no consequence is unfathomable to me,” Ellison said.
It’s quite fathomable when the people running things are leftist criminals and believe that property is theft.
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