We’re supposed to be concerned about crime, right? If there are murders happening in our city, we should know. More importantly, we should exercise caution so that we don’t become one of the statistics.
Well, the liberals have figured out a way to take the focus off of the crime surge. No, they’re not going to do anything about the crime. Instead, they’re going to point the problem back to everyone else.
Guess what? If you’re concerned about the surge in crime, you’re probably a member of the Ku Klux Klan.
How does that work, exactly? If we care about crime, we have to be white supremacists?
Such a comment can only be made in the ultra-liberal city of San Francisco. Chesa Boudin, District Attorney, thought it would be a good idea to mock a resident because they were concerned about crime in the city.
Boudin’s senior director, Kate Chatfield, decided to have a bit of fun with her political opponents, too. She compared those who are concerned about crime to “The Birth of a Nation.” This was (and still is) a highly controversial 1915 film that depicts members of the KKK as heroes.
Chatfield describes herself as a moderate Democrat and a San Francisco native. She decided that she’d respond to a resident who was concerned about the rise in crime, Michelle Tandler. Apparently, Tandler has been a bit too vocal about the crime for Chatfield’s liking. She’s openly criticized Boudin, calling her one of the “most progressive prosecutors.” She’s also mentioned how she and her friends are considering leaving the city. Why? It’s not the cost of living. It’s the crime.
Tandler tweeted that “My friends are scared for their children, and their husbands are scared for their wives…”
Chatfield thought that was the open invitation that she needed to not only mock a concerned citizen but also compare her to a member of the KKK. Chatfield quoted and tweeted “Husbands are scared for their wives’—your reminder that the ‘crime surge’ crowd shares the same ideology as The Birth of a Nation.”
Chatfield also included a link to the Wiki article that discussed the portrayal of the KKK as a “heroic force, necessary to preserve American values, protect the women, and maintain white supremacy.”
Apparently, in today’s society, if you want to preserve American values and protect yourself from rising crime rates, it’s all because you’re a white supremacist.
Chatfield is drawing a dangerous line in the sand. She isn’t discussing the crime surge. She’s not apologizing for it, and she’s not explaining why there is more crime. She’s also not saying that it’s going to go away. Instead, she’s trying to turn it back onto the citizens of San Francisco.
What a great idea. Rather than address the problem, she’ll just change the rules of the game. The Democrats don’t want to hear complaints about the crime anymore because they’re not going to do anything about it. So, if you complain about the crime, you must be a white supremacist.
Problem solved, right? No one will complain if they’re going to be accused of white supremacy.https://twitter.com/michelletandler/status/1411943649231851522?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1411943649231851522%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dailywire.com%2Fnews%2Fsan-francisco-d-a-s-aide-likens-those-concerned-with-citys-crime-surge-to-kkk-members-locks-twitter-account
Black people & their allies hear exactly what is being threatened–& to whom–when white people say "husbands are scared for their wives."
We know exactly what is meant by this language.
Our bodies & our communities have borne the scars of this language for centuries.
— Melina Abdullah (@DocMellyMel) July 7, 2021
Not surprisingly, Chatfield was destroyed on social media. Tandler even responded to say that she was being “trolled” and that it was clear that she was “hitting a nerve.”
Only hours after Chatfield made the disgusting post, she set her account to private mode so that people couldn’t see the liberal trash that she had posted.