The do-gooders in Chicago who eschew making arrests of bad boys and girls, or prosecuting those handful that do find their way into bracelets, are now trying for a money grab from auto manufacturers…
Why, it’s a lot like blame gun makers for violent crime.
Gee, if we could only sue for damages from prosecutors who don’t prosecute, politicians who don’t hold criminals accountable, and judges who don’t imprison repeat offenders… Or maybe the Chicago Public Schools for not educating young people, perhaps.
After all, the ugly truth is that if you don’t educate your young people, they have little hope of getting a good job, raising a family, building a career and making a contribution to society. Instead, the only thing they have that’s potentially attainable is the gang lifestyle. And we know where that goes.
From the Cook County Record:
Chicago City Hall has filed suit against Kia and Hyundai, pinning much of the blame for the city’s plague of car thefts on the automakers’ refusal to install certain anti-theft systems in many of their vehicles.
The lawsuit asks the court to order the carmakers to pay potentially massive damages to cover the city’s costs in dealing with the fallout from the surge in car thefts since 2022, as well as to punish the automakers for alleged deceptive marketing under a city ordinance.
These politicians have created an environment where crimes are not punished. Hence, crime flourishes.
As for the resident of the Windy City? They’re getting the government that the majority of them voted for…