Stop It, You’re Killing Me

…and if you live in upscale areas in Los Angeles, that might be “literally“:

Crime has risen dramatically in Los Angeles, as well as in many other major cities, since the start of the pandemic and last summer’s protests against police violence resulted in the slashing of many law enforcement budgets. News stories document rising fear across LA and crime has become the major issue in both the upcoming mayor’s election and a possible recall of the district attorney. It may not be surprising that issues of race and class are driving this concern, though they have a new twist.

Wealthy and predominantly white neighborhoods have experienced the sharpest upticks in a wide array of crimes.

It shows that the richer and whiter the area, the greater the increase in both raw crime totals and percentages of total city crime. This includes a wide range of felonies, from robbery, burglary, shoplifting and car theft to aggravated assault and rape.

California voters have moved the needle on crime in recent years. Proposition 47 decriminalized a number of theft and drug charges, making them misdemeanors, as it did several “non-violent” felonies. Voters also approved Proposition 57, which allows for early release of non-violent offenders.

Imagine that:  you vote to decriminalize all sorts of crime, and those types of crime increase and the goblins goes to where da money izz (/Willie Sutton).  Read the article for the breakdowns.

Who could have seen that coming?

Well, nobody except the 70-odd million people who voted for Trump last time around.

And stop giggling like little girls, you lot;  it’s unbecoming.


  1. Unfortunately, it’s not confined to California or any other fruit nugget land. News here in Houston area is that certain types are copying the coast and doing the whole “follow the rich people home” thing. I don’t think my truck nor my wife’s car will attract much attention, but plenty of people in my neighborhood drive mercedes, teslas, porsches, etc. even if they are living a bit beyond their means.

  2. In other news, detailed investigation shows water is wet. I am so glad I’m retired and don’t have to go to LA monthly any more.

  3. Some people learn when you tell them that the stove is hot. Others have to grab hold of that hot stove to learn first hand. I find that most leftists have to grab hold of the hot burner but rarely learn


  4. I used to giggle like a little girl. Then I grew up & now I giggle like a woman. But that’s only speculative because I’m not a biologist.

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