Join Our Breakfast Meeting on November 29th
LATimes: “Crime is Down, But Fear is Up”
Should we believe our lyin’ eyes?
Crime is rampant everywhere we turn. Car-jackings, retail smash & grabs, unprovoked stabbings, druggies shooting up in broad daylight, and very few of our neighborhoods are untouched by those overnight car break-ins. Yet our elected officials are telling us everything is under control and any thievery that happens is only because the thieves need bread.
Judges, DAs, and law makers in California have developed a twisted affinity for criminals and hatred toward law enforcement. Cops put their lives on the line every single day to protect us from the seedier parts of society, but who protects law enforcement?
Romans 12:21 Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.
It takes a special person to become a law enforcement professional. Each must be blessed with character, honesty, and the ability, strength, and courage to do things that most others either cannot or are afraid to do. In a normal functioning society, judges and DAs would see to it that these heroes would have as much protection as possible, but with laws that favor criminals, lenient judges and DAs, and county supervisors that join the “defund the police” idiocy, cops are fed up. In today’s upside down world, this has become a battle of good versus evil.
Icing on the cake, California AG Rob Bonta has called investigations on 3 counties and their top cops as to whether the civil rights of criminals in jails and in policing the general public have been violated. The three are Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, and former Sheriffs LA County Alex Villanueva, and our own Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith. Seeing a pattern yet?
Where is all this headed? And what can we do to help restore law and order? Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco is our special SVARW guest in November. In 2018, he was elected as Chief Law Enforcement Officer, and now has responsibility for 5 jails, 6 courthouses, 17 cities, and 4000 employees, so he knows what’s happening with crime in Riverside County and all over our state. Join us on November 29 to hear the truth and see what you can do to help combat crime in California.
Date: Wednesday, November 29, 2023 —Time: Check in at 8:45 AM
Location: Three Flames Restaurant -1547 Meridian Ave. , San Jose, CA 95125
Cost: $20 for Members, $25 for Non Members, FREE for Premium Members –Cost includes buffett breakfast.