The editors of the Washington Examiner explain that the Soros prosecutors calling for “balance” in dealing with criminals are, in fact, unbalancing society for everyone else. The editors write:
On Oct. 30, the Washington Post editorial board used the story of two Capitol Hill carjackings four weeks earlier, one involving Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX), to urge major modification of Washington’s “no chase” policy that restricts police pursuits. Although a device in the Honda SUV owned by carjacking victim Stephanie Traub allowed the car’s exact location to be tracked, police merely watched the car’s progress on a laptop computer but said they were not allowed to intercept it.
Even in calling for police chases to be allowed again, though, the Washington Post still said there was a need to “find the right balance between empowering officers and ensuring guardrails prevent the overuse of force.” That’s nonsense. Lawmakers, police, prosecutors, and judges should stop hand-wringing about “balance” and spend their energies deterring, interdicting, and punishing criminals. That, not “social justice,” is their job. The failure to punish crime is unbalancing our society and culture.
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