California Governor Comes Up With A New Way To Cause Chaos During This Pandemic
California Governor Newsom has been showing us how great he is at his job for years now. Just take a walk down a sidewalk in San Francisco and watch your step as you have a high chance of stepping in the excrement of a homeless person. That's because of their booming homeless population that they still do not have under control. But Newsom is going to be giving his resident something far worse to worry about than cleaning off their shoes. Due to the Corona Virus and prison populations having higher than average infection rates, He intends to release 8000 inmates back into the public...
"California Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected to release thousands of inmates by the end of the month in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus in state prisons.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) announced on Friday that the state intends to release roughly 8,000 inmates by the end of August, according to The Sacramento Bee. The announcement came one day after the CDCR told its inmates that most would receive a 12-week credit toward time served because of the pandemic.
The CDCR will release prisoners in three stages. The state will begin releasing prisoners with 180 days or fewer left on their sentences who have not been convicted of a violent crime or are registered or required to register as a sex offender.
In the second stage, inmates age 30 and older with less than a year left on their sentences will be eligible for release if they are being held in one of eight prisons with “large populations of high-risk patients.” For the third stage, prisoners deemed at high risk of the coronavirus will be released as long as they are not convicted of a violent crime, required to register as a sex offender, or serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole."
So now the residents of California are going to have to worry about these newly released criminals on top of the violent protesters and homeless. This is definitely a teachable moment for Californian voters.