Democrat Cities Abruptly U-Turn On Lenient Crime Policies

By Daniel Walker | May 26, 2024

Marred by violence

Former Portland State philosophy professor Peter Boghossian characterized Portland, Oregon, as resembling an "open sewer," capturing the sentiments of residents grappling with a surge in crime and disorder. 
 

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Similarly, accounts from individuals departing cities like Seattle and Los Angeles paint a grim picture of a landscape marred by violence and lawlessness, prompting an exodus of residents in search of safer surroundings.
 

Once lively streets

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The city's once lively streets have transformed into symbols of chaos and insecurity, marked by incidents ranging from homicides to vehicle thefts.