A San Francisco city councilman is using the anti-white “Karen” meme to push a measure that would make it a crime to call 911 if government officials deem that you made the call for racist or discriminatory reasons.
Board of Supervisors member Shamann Walton made the announcement that he would be proposing the CAREN Act in a Twitter post on Tuesday:
Racist 911 calls are unacceptable that's why I'm introducing the CAREN Act at today’s SF Board of Supervisors meeting. This is the CAREN we need. Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies. #CARENact #sanfrancisco
— Shamann Walton (@shamannwalton) July 7, 2020
Walton claims that his measure and a similar one proposed at the state level by Assemblymember Rob Banta “are part of a larger nationwide movement to address racial biases and implement consequences for weaponizing emergency resources with racist intentions.”
The fake news and jackals on social media have pushed the “Karen” meme for months in order to demonize white women who care about the health of their community and call the police to report menacing thugs.
Big League Politics reported on one racist black fake news editor who said that white women should be lucky they are just being called “Karens” and not being targeted with violence for their collective sins:
Karen Attiah, global opinions editor for the Washington Post, wrote in a Twitter post that white women are “lucky” that people of color are not “out for revenge” because of a list of sins, including voting for President Trump in majority fashion in 2016.
Attiah made her racist comments in a Twitter post regarding the slur “Karen” and how it is applied to white women who actually care about stopping delinquency and degeneracy in their communities…
After receiving a great deal of anger because of her racist tweet, Attiah deleted the offensive remarked but doubled down on her bigoted point of view against white women.
“If you’re more worried about white women’s feelings than about how they uphold white supremacy… then… Well, this is how white supremacy works. In real-time,” she tweeted.
“But here’s the real thing about ‘Karen‘ memes,” she wrote. “The dark side to handwringing about how ‘Karen‘ hurts white women’s feelings is that it is a distraction from how everyday white women uphold white supremacy through violence, aggression, and the weaponzing of their gender.”
The fake news media has been behind the Black Lives Matter (BLM) terrorist movement since its inception and regularly runs propaganda calling for an end to the rule of law in the U.S.
Leftist lawmakers are crafting measures to deal with the “Karen” epidemic while they cheer on marxist thugs raping and pillaging their cities. The systemic anti-white discrimination is out of control.
“Reimagine Los Angeles” Ballot Initiative Will Strip Almost $1 Billion From Law Enforcement, Court System
It’ll be on the ballot in November.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a ballot initiative that would strip almost $1 billion in funding from the county court system and law enforcement, giving the county’s voters the option of enacting a defunding of police that possibly outpaces anything enacted by any city in the country.
The “Reimagine Los Angeles” ballot initiative strips the courts and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department of around $890 million in funds, distributing ten percent of the city’s unallocated budget towards jail alternatives, social work, mental health treatment and other alternatives to the justice system.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva slammed the proposal of the ballot initiative, likening it to a defunding of the sheriff’s department that would recreate the apocalyptic atmosphere of the ‘Mad Max’ films.
The @LACountyBOS just pushed forward agenda item 51-C, advancing the campaign to cont. defunding @LASDHQ & change public safety forever. Do YOU share their opinions? If you don’t want your streets to look like a scene from Mad Max, use your VOICE to tell the board what you think pic.twitter.com/Rzzh9nGo6l
— Alex Villanueva (@LACoSheriff) July 21, 2020
The sheriff later explained that he’d have to close police precincts and cut back on personnel available for police patrol in the event the initiative passes.
Supervisor Kathryn Barger was the only member of the county board to vote against placing the proposal on the ballot, citing the large personnel cuts its approval would force the county to make, the questionable legality and vagueness of Reimagine Los Angeles, and her general opposition to defunding the police.
Supervisors Hilda Solis, Sheila Kuehl, Mark Ridley-Thomas, and Janice Hahn all voted to approve it, and it’ll be up to Los Angeles County voters to determine its fate in November.
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