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Orange County, Calif. District Attorney Todd Spitzer slammed California Gov. Gavin Newsom and “woke” Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón for their “anti-victim” agenda.

“California is out of control and the rest of the nation needs to wake up,” Spitzer told “Fox & Friends” on Monday.

The article goes on to state the following:

The Orange County D.A. made the comments two days after new rules regarding inmates took effect in the state.

California has announced they will be giving 76,000 inmates early release, this includes felons that have been convicted of repeated crimes.

Spitzer said in an interview Monday that this would move would endanger the public.

“Governor Newsom is very proud that he’s going to close two prisons in California,” he said. “We’re one of the most dangerous states in the nation and the agenda is to end mass incarceration.”

He makes the point that “we’re talking about the most violent of the violent,” that includes “second-strikers, those who have committed two or more serious violent felonies and three-strikers, [those who have committed] three or more serious or violent felonies.”

WATCH the interview here for more details:

Spitzer tweeted Sunday, “With little notice, 76,000 California inmates, including violent and repeat felons, yesterday were given increased ‘good behavior’ credits that shorten their sentences significantly.”

He continued, “And that’s in addition to the tens of thousands of inmates and state prisoners already released due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a slap in the face to the victims of violent crime – and a threat to public safety. Reduced consequences for committing crimes means more crimes will be committed- and more people will be victimized.”

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