Stuart Varney on Chesa Boudin ousting: Voters rejected radical ideas
FOX Business host Stuart Varney argues California voters recalling D.A. Chesa Boudin and showing support for L.A. mayor candidate Rick Caruso will ‘ripple across the whole country.’
During his latest "My Take," "Varney & Co." host Stuart Varney discusses San Francisco voters ousting D.A. Chesa Boudin, arguing residents rejected radical ideas and are turning away from "woke" policies.
STUART VARNEY: For years, this program has asked if California would ever reverse course, learn from its mistakes and reject far left policies.
Well this morning, there is a ray of hope: Chesa Boudin, the soft-on-crime D.A. in San Francisco, is out.
This man is a far-left guy, and he was soundly beaten in a recall vote, 60 to 40.
That in the most liberal city in America. If it can happen there, it can happen anywhere.
PROGRESSIVE SAN FRANCISCO DA RECALLED BY VOTERS IN ONE OF NATION'S MOST LIBERAL CITIES
In Los Angeles, a former Republican, running as a Democrat, got the most votes in the Democrat primary!
Rick Caruso promised to get tough on crime and do something about the homeless.
Not all the votes have been counted yet, but he's ahead of Karen Bass, an 8-term Democrat congresswoman.
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