LAPD Warns People Not To Visit Area During Christmas – It’s Like The Purge, We Cannot Keep People Safe

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on December 10, 2021 | Sundance | 157 Comments

Yikes!  This Christmas version of the Safari Park warning is as subtle as a brick through a window.

The Los Angeles police are telling the public not to come into the area for Christmas because it’s like “The Purge” movie.

LAPD Detective Jamie McBride recently told media, “My advice to anybody considering coming to Los Angeles is ‘Don’t,’ he said.  “We can’t guarantee your safety. It is really, really out of control […] It’s like that movie ‘Purge’ [sic]. Instead of 24 hours to commit your crime, these bad people have 365 days to commit whatever they want.” WATCH:

The deeper blue the region, the more dangerous the crime within it. This is the natural outcome of policy on a local level that allows criminal elements to operate without fear or accountability. Smash and grab robberies, armed robberies, carjacking, looting and the general breakdown of law and order is well underway in the municipal regions under the control of the Democrat Party apparatus.

These outcomes are the natural cause and effect from leftist policy being carried out. This is exactly the type of social anarchy that is predictable from a process of demonizing law enforcement, promoting social justice and letting the criminal elements within society take over.

The evolution of the Safari Rules has been ongoing for several years; however, now it appears the point of no return has been crossed. The situation is no longer reversible, because the law enforcement mechanisms have been deconstructed entirely. Additionally, the application of law and consequence has been withdrawn from the system.

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