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Crime DOES Pay

Orlando will soon be paying criminals to not commit crimes, and to counsel others to avoid crime as well. Called “neighborhood change agents,” they will be individuals who have similar backgrounds, come from similar communities as those who are at risk of committing violent crimes. They may be people who got in trouble as youth themselves, who have been arrested, and involved in gangs. According to the program:

Neighborhood Change Agents” (NCAs) who will intervene to disrupt situations when violence appears imminent, and maintain daily contact with participants, serving as mentors, case managers and life coaches. Their goal will be to pivot participants away from circumstances leading toward violence, and instead to non-violent, economically, and socially productive lives.

Paying criminals not to commit crimes. This was a program that began in Richmond, CA back in 2016. Fox News reported on it at the time. San Francisco started doing it last year.

So this year, as you are filing your taxes, remember that this is where your hard earned money is going: you are paying protection money to criminals in the hopes that they won’t kill you. I don’t even know why we need cops anymore.

7 replies on “Crime DOES Pay”

A vigilante who is a crack shot and both skilled and stealthy enough to avoid having witnesses and getting caught would be a neighborhood change agent. These taxpayer funded social worker assholes will not be the change you are lookiing for. As usual, the solution offered is no solution at all.

OK is the home of the last cannabis Green Rush as they have overtaken all other states with recreational adult use dispensaries and the fee to start up a shop is a paltry $2500 compared to Commierado at well over $100,000.
Maybe all of that choom smoking doesn’t make one peaceful after all.
What lil’ Georgie Sorrows wants for Chiquitastan will come to pass courtesy of the CPUSA Long March fifth column of traitors.

No bet here, but I’ll laugh my ass off when it happens. This is like bringing skittles to a gun fight.

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