Car break-ins are sweeping California’s premier sanctuary city.
The San Francisco Chronicle, which wholeheartedly supports the sanctuary city movement, reports that 26,000 San Francisco residents have met this fate in 2017.
People at every level of the socioeconomic ladder, in every corner of the city, have been affected by this crime epidemic. City government is long on excuses and short on plans to solve the problem.
The number of auto burglaries has tripled since 2010, with no signs of slowing. In fact, there were 5,333 more car break-ins by the end of October 2017 than in the same period of 2016, according to Police Department crime statistics.