Instead of trying to fight criminals when they attempt to, say, steal your car, Robinson suggests that residents and visitors of Seattle "give up their car keys" and avoid provoking these robbers and thieves.
"Give the criminals what they want," Robinson told Seattleites about how to live in their city, which is currently facing the highest violent crime rate in 15 years.
Staged carjackings are a major problem in Seattle, just like they now are in San Francisco and surrounding Bay Area communities. And because all of these cities and areas have lessened their police presence, criminals are becoming increasingly bolder in committing blatant acts of crime in broad daylight.
Seattle is lawless. Sheriff David Robinson when asked about the spike in violence:
"I'd recommend people give up your car keys." pic.twitter.com/kaOpJwjLcV
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) September 14, 2023
(Related: Back in June, Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream, an anti-police ice cream chain in the Seattle area, sued Seattle over "significant losses" caused by Black Lives Matter's [BLM] creation of the "Chaz" autonomous zone back during the George Floyd psy-op.)
To give Robinson some credit, his advice is probably the smartest advice that he can offer to Seattleites, all things considered. Since the city's police presence has dwindled since George Floyd, and because violent crime is up big time, it makes sense to avoid unneeded confrontations in the event that a carjacker, say, demands your vehicle and you are ill-equipped to handle it yourself.
On the other hand, if Seattle had a greater police presence, there would be fewer carjackings in the first place. And if Seattle was a city that valued the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms, more criminals would be deterred from committing crimes because they themselves want to avoid getting shot in a confrontation.
"What if the colonists had decided that the British were just too strong – and just gave up?" asks Eric Utter, writing for American Thinker.
"The likes of George Washington and Samuel Adams could have simply told them to give up their guns and hand the keys to their homes over to the Redcoats. After all, the British had a large and experienced army and the best navy in the world. The colonists had neither."
Utter makes a great point, and one that today's Americans need to consider as their country descends into lawlessness, especially as the consequences of many decades' worth of financial crime, i.e., Wall Street and the federal government's endless money-printing spree, catch up with the average person, plunging him into poverty that leads to increasingly more crime due to desperation.
"We must rise up and demand that authorities get tough on crime and support law enforcement," is how Utter hopes things will be handled moving forward.
"We must demand that they enforce bail. We must rid ourselves of Soros-funded DAs who never met a criminal they wouldn't coddle. No more catch and release, no more recidivism. We must vote out the people in power who put the 'needs' of criminals above those of law-abiding (and tax-paying!) citizens."
"Unless we recover our courage, our spirit, and our moral character, criminals will forever be in the driver's seat – and we will be left helpless on the side of the road ... wondering what went wrong."
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