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I’m not saying I applaud the actions below.  But for some reason my Schadenfreude  button got pushed, twice:

Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-PA) was carjacked at gunpoint in Philadelphia


Illinois Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Lightford (D) and her husband were victims of a carjacking Tuesday evening

I have no idea whether these two Democrat politicians are of the Leftist persuasion — although suburban Philadelphia and “Illinois Senate Majority Leader” in a liberal, near-Chicago suburban district are pretty good indicators that they are — and if they are supporters of the BLM movement and philosophy, then it’s always good to see the biters bitten, so to speak.

Like I said, I’m glad they weren’t injured;  but to see our politicians the victims of the violent crime they sometimes turn a blind eye towards or even actively support — as long as it happens to others — is not a bad outcome.

Maybe they’ll think twice about their position the next time someone talks about enabling crime.


    1. Punched in the face.

      It’s because they have a child like view of the world, borne in ignorance and an almost dream-like take on life in general. Rather than see life as it is they prefer to see life as they’d like it to be. Being punched in the face breaks that illusion permanently and they instantly become adults guided by common sense.

      So do the world a favor, educate a communist today, walk right up and punch it in the face. Then stand there and laugh heartily as it cries and moans as it breaches the divide between childhood and the realm of adults. Thanks in advance.

  1. The more likely outcome will be calls for many more social workers to replace the missing police officers. because Mary Gay and Senate Leader Lightweight clearly learned the hard way ……. that when seconds count , the Police are (more now) minutes away.

    Thoose misunderstood Yooths are going need more consoling on being less violent and asking politely when they need you to ” get the fuck outta my new ride”.

    1. Hey lady. I need a ride. I’ll do the drivin. What’s your ass doin in my driver seat? Out the car biotch!

    2. “The more likely outcome will be calls for many more social workers to replace the missing police officers.”

      Well that and caterwauling for more gun control…

  2. Scanlon is one of 125 co-sponsors of the Mental Health Justice Act, which aimed to place some police officers as first responders with mental health specialists.
    ….the Mental Health Justice Act was introduced in February 2021, with Scanlon on board as one of its original co-sponsors, The Hill reported, “Congress wants to make it easier for state and local governments to defund the police by instead funding mental health services and empowering them to respond to emergency calls instead of armed officers.”
    I’m enjoying the schadenfreude, but I’d enjoy it more if she were hurt in the encounter. The Left needs consequences for their actions, financial, legal and physical, fast and hard.
    Just look at this goofy skank – stereotypical wild-eyed Leftist. The other skank was the black Dem State Illinois Senate Majority Leader who was also an advocate of Defund The Police.

    I wish them both lotsa luck getting unarmed social workers to go into Southside Chicago at midnight on a Friday night. They can add them to the already horrendous body count there.

  3. Hahahahahha. Couldn’t have happened to a better person…

    I mean. That’s terrible. What a tragedy.

    Maybe more gun control laws might stop criminals from doing bad things…

    Er uh …

  4. Both of these carjacking victims had the cops help them…

    Seems to be against their stances in politics to have cops try to find the carjackers.

    After all. The carjackers were just redistributing wealth right?

    Oh right. Communists only want to redistribute someone else’s wealth. Not their own


    PS – “Defund the police” right?

  5. Scanlon is from my district. She’s awful.
    17 years ago I fled NJ to suburban PHL, which was reliably red at the time, only to watch the lines catch up to me. Time to start planning the next move.

  6. Yo. Dis is Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. Don’t be tellin no one that liberal run cities are crime infested shit holes. That will scare people away from our cities. Thing is dat, you gotta re Memba those gangbangers be workin extra hard to get food on their families table. EBT everybodies taxes ain’t enough.

    This crime ain’t shit. Get my city and states name (Chicago Illinois) oucha mouf!

  7. I have no sympathy or pity for either of these 2 skunks.

    I wish the police had declined to intervene, gone on a 30 minute break, etc.

    Like the old bumper sticker used to say, If You Hate the Police So Much, the Next Time You’re in Trouble, Call a Hippie.

  8. Mayor Jim Kenney called the robbery “appalling” adding…

    “It’s disheartening, and quite frankly infuriating, that criminals feel emboldened to commit such a reckless crime in the middle of the day in what should be a place of tranquillity and peace – one of Philadelphia’s beautiful parks.”

    Translation: While there have been over 600 carjackings in the city this year, I’ve waited until nearly the last week of the year to hold a press conference about one because it has now happened to someone important. Also, when we announced we were no longer going to even bother investigating minor crimes we meant that you were supposed to commit them after dark in the parts of the city that we’ve never cared about other than when we want their votes to keep us in power, and it’s appalling that the perps didn’t choose a Republican politician (not that there are any in Philly) so that we could blame their policies.
    A 14-year-old female and three males, ages 13, 15, and 16, were each charged with receiving stolen property when the car was found. The 15-year-old was also charged with resisting arrest and criminal mischief. None of them were present at the carjacking. 19-year-old Josiah Brown (insert the image your racist mind conjures up) was charged with the theft and with illegal firearm possession after admitting to the details of the crime, as if on cue his father stated, “He (has) made a lot of bad decisions, but this right here, in my heart, I don’t think my son committed this crime.” The two other individuals involved in the actual carjacking have not been identified.

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