Twice during the past week or so, I have listened to radio interviews with Danielle Bologna, the San Francisco woman whose husband and two sons were senselessly gunned down in San Francisco, allegedly by Edwin Ramos, an illegal alien gang member and convicted felon who was protected from ICE by the city under its "Sanctuary City" policy. (See my previous posts.)
Both times, I have heard Mrs Bologna on the radio, she has been unable to keep from breaking down while discussing what happened to her family. To hear her words is truly heartbreaking.
It is also enraging. Special outrage has to be reserved for San Francisco's mayor, Gavin Newsom. He is largely responsible for the policy that led to the deaths of three innocent people. Yet, he is unapologetic about the policy and prefers to pass the buck about Ramos' release from jail prior to the killings-blaming federal authorities.
When asked by interviewers if she had been contacted by the mayor or any other city officials, Mrs Bologna replied in the negative-nothing. Not one word. Newsom had been invited to the Rosary, but didn't even bother to RSVP.
Such is the man who is mayor of San Francisco. Such is the man who may well be California's next governor. Such is the nature of the radical leftists who run the city of San Francisco.
This weekend, Newsom is getting married in Montana. As he celebrates his joyous occasion and starts a new family, one of his constituents in San Francisco is mourning the loss of hers.