Schandenboner Time

I’m laughing my ass off. Let’s go to Chicongo

Illinois Senate Majority Leader Kimberly Lightford (D) and her husband were victims of a carjacking Tuesday evening in suburban Broadview.

Now Philadelphia.

Rep. Mary Gay Scanlon (D-PA) was carjacked at gunpoint in Philadelphia and was left unharmed on Wednesday, her office said in a statement.

It’s nice seeing Dimocrat politicians getting mugged by reality. Alas it will do no good since they will continue to vote for the policies that created the crime and lawlessness.

Over on the left coast.

Private security contractors report that a recent string of high-profile retail robberies and home burglaries in upscale Los Angeles neighborhoods has caused a dramatic uptick in requests for their services and prompted many of their wealthy clients to change their routines out of a mix of caution and fear.

And I’ll bet most of these “wealthy clients” donate to and vote for Dimocrats.

Recent high-profile crimes involving the entertainment community include the Oct. 27 robbery of the Encino home of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley, resulting in the theft of $1 million in luxury handbags, jewelry, watches and other goods. Actor and former BET host Terrence Jenkins escaped a robbery attempt by a masked crew near his Sherman Oaks home on Nov. 10. Then Hollywood was shaken by the fatal shooting of 81-year-old philanthropist Jacqueline Avant (wife of legendary music exec Clarence Avant and mother-in-law to Netflix’s Ted Sarandos) during an attempted burglary at her Trousdale Estates home on Dec. 1; the perpetrator, recently paroled from state prison, was charged with her murder on Dec. 6.

High-profile heists have also occurred in the Fairfax district, where suspects in police-like uniforms followed victims from a restaurant, and in Hancock Park, where two men robbed a mother with her baby. Armed robbers crashed a holiday party in Pacific Palisades on Dec. 3 to strip revelers of jewelry, iPhones and an Apple watch. On Dec. 7, thieves heisted about $100,000 worth of jewelry and goods from guests held at gunpoint outside the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown. And on the evening of Dec. 20, a man was arrested for attempting to burglarize a Bel Air mansion.

Good and hard.

12 comments on “Schandenboner Time

  1. The +only downside of this is, no video of the crimes (that I have seen). Would love to see the looks on their faces as their stuff disappears.

  2. Typical of liberals, they make rules for us but not for them. They want more security for their possessions and concerns but not for the unwashed. Merry Christmas all, I hope to have at least one day of not being concerned with the problems so evident today.

    • It’s like the schools. School dealing with shootings, government says that’s not good, we need to get rid of guns. Politicians get scared and they get millions of dollars spent in security using the military.

  3. Mary Scanlon handed over her own and her government issued cell phone that can be tracked anywhere, even if turned off. So before the end of the day they arrested 5 occupants about an hour south of Philly in DE. Now, what are the chances they would have even looked for your car?

  4. The problem is that the celebretards and high society twits are too stupid to put 2 and 2 together. They will still vote Demoncrap and still get waited on first by the very police they despise.

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