Behavior has consequences: Soros-funded DA and Dem Congressman get carjacked

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Democrats are discovering there are consequences to their calls to defund the police.

New Orleans DA Jason Willliams (D)

On October 16, 2023, at around 10 p.m., Soros-funded New Orleans District Attorney Jason Williams (D) and his 78-year-old mother were carjacked at gunpoint in New Orleans.

Williams said two masked suspects brandishing high-powered automatic weapons demanded his black Lincoln Navigator and made off with some of his mother’s belongings. The SUV was later recovered at an undisclosed Uptown location. (Fox8) Two teen suspects were arrested on Oct. 24, for the carjacking. (Fox8)

On Monday evening, Oct. 2, 2023, at around 9:32 p.m., Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas), 68, was carjacked at gunpoint outside his Washington, DC, apartment building in DC’s trendy Navy Yard neighborhood. As Cuellar was parking his car, three armed assailants held guns to Cuellar’s head as they took his phone and vehicle, the New York Post reports. Cuellar was unarmed and was not injured.

Rep. Henry Cueller (D-TX)

The incident was the latest in a series of violent crimes that have affected members of Congress or their staffs in D.C. this year:

  • In February, Rep. Angie Craig (D-Minn.) was assaulted in the elevator of her northeast DC apartment building by a homeless man with a long rap sheet. She suffered bruises as a result of the attack and got away by tossing her hot morning coffee at the assailant.
  • In March, a staffer for Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.)  was brutally attacked in broad daylight by a knife-wielding assailant in DC, on the same street where Craig was assaulted. The staffer, 26-year-old Phillip Todd, suffered serious injuries in the attack, including multiple stab wounds to the head and chest.
  • In June, a staffer for Rep. Brad Finstad (R-Minn.) was attacked at gunpoint near Nationals Park in Washington, DC. Finstad suffered minor injuries in the attack, which occurred in the same neighborhood where Rep. Cuellar was carjacked.

To date, 750 carjackings have been reported in DC this year alone, with 75% involving a firearm. That is a 115% increase in the number of carjackings from this time last year, according to DC police crime statistics.

See also my post of May 23: “Washington, D.C., failed city“.


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Gracie Storvika
Gracie Storvika
1 month ago

What did these fools think would happen what with the changes they are pushing to install? So glad it happened to them and not to some innocent person who had nothing to do with these societal changes.

1 month ago

Williams carjacking occurred in the dark yet he states he saw “high-powered automatic weapons.” Must be a firearm genius to know the caliber of weapons he probably saw for two seconds.
Either that or he purposely uses inflammatory language…

Brian Heinz
Brian Heinz
1 month ago
Reply to  DCG

By design even in the event he was the one attacked they still will use it to further their attack on gun rights for good people.
It will keep on till they try to take them. Do not give them up. You will not be able to protect your family and your self. That is what happened to the Jews they had taken up guns and now they see their mistake in doing so.
We must learn from history and not repeat it over and over again.

Last edited 1 month ago by Brian Heinz
1 month ago

What is that old saying? All Old Crows come home to roost? A fox smells its own hole? What goes around comes around? There’s no honor amongst thieves? If you live in a glass house, don’t throw stones? My great-grandmother, purveyor of these admonitions, was right.