Dem AG Blames Auto Companies for WHAT?! (Video)

( – In a new leftist atrocity against common sense, basic decency, and human reason, a Democrat state attorney general has urged carmakers to make their vehicles less “tempting” for young people to steal – instead of blaming his own party’s crime-promoting policies.

See the scandalous remarks of the Democrat AG in the video below!

The bizarre declaration came from Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, who spoke in an interview for the far-left MSNBCMSNBC’s program “PoliticsNation” hosted by Al Sharpton.

Ellison argued that punitive measures were not the sole approach to addressing criminal behavior.

“We need to continue to be aggressive about protecting people… Some of the right-wing prescriptions for how to deal with crime are wrong and are going to bring us back to the bad old days,” he insisted, cited by Fox News.

Sharpton, referencing FBI data, pointed out that despite a decrease in crime rates in 2023, public perception tends to lean toward the notion of a crime surge.

This discrepancy, according to the MSNBC host, stems from conservative messaging, a viewpoint Ellison concurred with.

Specifically, Ellison critiqued the tendency to focus solely on penalizing criminals, advocating instead for strategies that also aim to deter criminal actions.

He raised the responsibility of auto manufacturers in this context, suggesting their products should be less vulnerable to theft, thereby reducing their allure to potential thieves.

“But we have to go upstream, and we got to make sure that the automobiles are not so easy to steal, that they are a tempting, attractive nuisance for young people. Right now we are investigating two major automakers because their cars are dramatically too easy to steal for young people,” the radical left AG said.

He argued for a broader approach to addressing crime, suggesting that the focus should not exclusively be on those committing crimes on the streets but also on others who contribute to the ecosystem of criminality.

This includes individuals from seemingly respectable backgrounds who may, directly or indirectly, enable criminal activities.

“We have to go upstream on crime and not just say we are going to only deal with the criminals, the people on the street. There are a lot of people involved in the chain of criminality, starting sometimes for people who are members of the country club, resulting in tragic circumstances for victims on the street,” Ellison claimed.

“We also have got to understand that it is not all about punishment all the time. Sometimes it is about giving people another opportunity,” he asserted further.

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