Gavin Newsom was caught red-handed.
He thought he could get away with a terrible activity.
But it turned out to be a costly mistake that could ruin his career.
Gavin Newsom has turned California into one of the most crime-ridden states in America, especially the inner cities.
His policies have led criminals to believe they can escape prosecution, and in many cases, they’ve been right.
But now Newsom is being directly blamed for a recent theft that took place at a Target in Sacramento.
According to ABC 7 News, “A story shared by Governor Gavin Newsom is getting a lot of attention. He said he confronted a Target worker in the Sacramento area who didn’t stop a thief from stealing.”
“Newsom told the story moments before a Wednesday press conference involving the mayors of California’s big cities.”
“He said he had the encounter with the Target employee after seeing a shoplifter.”
Here’s what Newsom had to say: “He picks it up and keeps walking out as we’re checking out. The woman says, ‘Oh, he’s just walking out,’ ‘He didn’t pay for that’ I said, ‘Well, why don’t you stop him?’ She goes, ‘Oh, the governor.’”
At least this woman was paying attention to what’s really going on in California, and she knows Newsom can’t be trusted to protect his constituents from crime.
The article continues, “Still, if crime rates go up, [Professor Nolan] Higdon said it might only be more difficult for leaders in a blue state like California to defend their policies.”
Here’s what the professor said about the situation: “Unlike nationally where you can blame Trump or blame Mitch McConnell, it’s really tough to do that in a state like California and so Democrats have to own a lot of these problems.”
Even liberal college professors are admitting there’s no one to blame except Gavin Newsom and his fellow Democrats.
Newsom has already been nearly recalled by his constituents once, and now he’s going to have a lot to answer for as his state explodes with criminal activity.
And the fact he can’t even go into a Target without witnessing a shoplifter – and now being blamed for it – should tell Gavin Newsom a lot.