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California Sheriff Warns Voters About ‘Immoral’ Gavin Newsom Plot That He Says Will Make Crime Worse

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California Sheriff Chad Bianco criticized state Governor Gavin Newsom's plan to reform California's Proposition 47, which has been blamed for a rise in crime.

A California sheriff criticized state Governor Gavin Newsom’s plan to reform a law that has been blamed for a rise in crime.

California Proposition 47 reduced the penalties offenders face for various drug and theft crimes, making some simple misdemeanor drug possession offenses, along with some non-violent property crimes.

He has been blamed for California’s rampant theft problems, but a The measure, which will be voted on during the November ballot, now seeks to amend Proposition 47.

But Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, a Donald Trump supporter, says Democratic lawmakers are hatching a plan to trick voters into rejecting the reforms by introducing alternative crime legislation.

Sheriff Bianco, a well-known conservative, has called the plan to derail the reforms “ingenious” and “immoral” in order to “sabotage” it for ideological reasons.

California Sheriff Chad Bianco criticized state Governor Gavin Newsom’s plan to reform California’s Proposition 47, which has been blamed for a rise in crime.

Several law enforcement officials blamed Proposition 47 for the increase in robberies and robberies that have plagued California in the years since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Several law enforcement officials blamed Proposition 47 for the increase in robberies and robberies that have plagued California in the years since the COVID-19 pandemic.

‘Proposition 47 is the leading contributor to many of the public safety problems we have in California, from homelessness to drug addiction and theft, and the overall majority, nearly 80 percent of Californians, want it passed. repeal Proposition 47 or make major reforms, and everyone is on board. aware of that, except for our governor and a handful of politicians in California who supported Proposition 47,” Bianco told Fox News.

Gov. Gavin Newsom, a proponent of Proposition 47, has said he will only negotiate if the measure is delayed until 2026.

Bianco warns that significant efforts will be needed to combat disinformation and political maneuvering aimed at derailing the reform initiative.

Following the passage of the measure to reform Proposition 47, Democrats in the state legislature have begun discussing new criminal legislation, which Bianco said is designed to undermine reform efforts by presenting it as unnecessary.

“Democratic leaders, particularly our governor, had to come up with a plan to sabotage this,” Bianco said.

“It’s going to be important for Californians to know that they are being fooled again, or at least the government, our California state government, is trying to fool them again the same way they originally did with Proposition 47, calling it Safe Schools.” and the Safe Streets Initiative, which did the opposite.

Bianco, a well-known conservative, has criticized proposals to reform Proposition 47 as

Bianco, a well-known conservative, has criticized proposals to reform Proposition 47 as “unethical” and “immoral.”

Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signaled that he opposes changes to Proposition 47, which reduced narcotics possession and other crimes from felonies to misdemeanors.

Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom signaled that he opposes changes to Proposition 47, which reduced narcotics possession and other crimes from felonies to misdemeanors.

“Suddenly, in an election year, they came up with a plan to have their own set of public safety bills that they say will fix the problems we have with theft and drug use and all that stuff,” Bianco continued.

Bianco noted that some law enforcement groups are supporting the Democratic proposal, but he believes this support is superficial and misleading.

‘I need everyone to be fully aware. It is completely false. It isn’t true. They are twisting the facts and trying to mislead voters once again.’

Proposition 47 made several crimes, including shoplifting, grand theft and receiving stolen property, a misdemeanor instead of a felony if the value of the property did not exceed $950.

It also reduced the penalty for personal use of most illegal drugs below a certain weight.

Several law enforcement officials blamed the measure for the increase in robberies and robberies that have plagued California in the years since the COVID-19 pandemic.

It was around the same time that California became synonymous with smash and grab crimes as videos of groups of thieves brazenly looting stores gained traction online.

California Democrats do not support reforming Proposition 47 and are instead seeking to pass public safety bills through the state capital that would attempt to address organized retail theft, auto thefts and other crimes.

But Sheriff Bianco has criticized the proposals as “unethical” and “immoral”.

The November measure, called the Theft, Drug Addiction and Homelessness Reduction Act, has bipartisan support, including from San Francisco Mayor London Breed. It is unclear whether Gov. Gavin Newsom, a strong supporter of Proposition 47, will support the competing legislation.

“What they’re doing is making it an emergency, so they’re going to get immediate authorization to implement these rules, and then they’re going to use our fraudulent attorney general to create a narrative for the voter guide that says do you support this proposal on the ballot? November, will repeal it,” continued Sheriff Bianco.

‘And then they will vote ‘no’ on the Proposition 47 solution. It’s unethical. It’s immoral and this is exactly what makes us sick of Californians,” Bianco continued.

‘From our governor, from our attorney general and from our legislature, we have activists, we have pro-crime activists running our state government, and they continually lie to the general public, and we are all tired of it. We are tired of this.

Newsom’s office has said they will not negotiate the legislation unless Proposition 47 supporters agree to delay it until 2026, when his term will end.

“I’m the only one who has reformed Proposition 47,” Newsom said earlier this year. ‘I think it’s important to be honest with people. I’m not saying that everything about Prop 47 is perfect; we want to solve some of the ambiguities, but we can do it without reform or turning to the voters themselves.’

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